Mobile Crisis Response (MCR) Navigation and an Overview of Mental Health Filings & Hearings

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Mobile Crisis Response (MCR) Navigation and an Overview of Mental Health Filings & Hearings virtual training on Monday, February 8, 2021, from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. REGISTER NOW!

1 CEU for LPC/LCPC, LSW/LCSW, Psychologists (IAODAPCA pending)

MCR Navigation Objectives:

  • What is MCR?
  • McHenry Co. Crisis Line Overview
  • What designates a crisis?
  • How it Works – Medicaid/Uninsured
  • How it Works – Private Insurance
  • When in doubt, what to do

Summary: We will discuss mobile crisis response, what constitutes a crisis, who qualifies for a crisis assessment, an overview of the McHenry Co. Crisis line, and who to contact for guidance and additional assistance.


Maggie Bianchi MA, QMHP

I received my undergrad from Western Illinois University with my major in psychology and my minor in law enforcement and justice administration. My first career out of college was as a psychiatric technician with Maryville Academy in their residential inpatient facility for adolescent girls, which is what cemented my interest in working with the adolescent population. I returned to school and obtained my MA in Forensic Psychology from Argosy University Chicago. I began working at Rosecrance as a member of the SASS team, then moved on to manage our CST program, and I am currently the Community Based Supervisor and oversee both CST and MCR programs.

Dominique Walker MA, QMHP

I attended the University of Illinois for my undergraduate years where I received my BS in psychology and sociology. I decided to continue my education at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology where I received my MA in Forensic Psychology. I am in the MCR department.


Overview of Mental Health Filings & Hearings Objectives:

  • Familiarize and educate the group with the legal standards, requirements, and forms necessary for filing involuntary admission/treatment petitions.


Tom Cahill is a McHenry County Assistant State’s Attorney in the Civil Division. He is a former Chicago Police officer. He is a graduate of Northwestern University and the John Marshall Law School. He has been a lawyer since 1996.

Matt Goodman is a McHenry County Assistant State’s Attorney. He is assigned to the civil division and his responsibilities include representing the various McHenry County governmental departments in a broad range of civil legal matters. His current job duties focus on civil mental health matters, criminal child support cases, providing guidance on zoning and real estate matters, Freedom of Information Act requests and Open Meetings Act questions, prosecuting ordinance violations, and writing contracts and legal opinions for county departments. He has been with the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office for nearly two years. Matt received his Juris Doctorate Magna Cum Laude from Northern Illinois University College of Law in 2014. He received his Bachelor of Arts in communication from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2002.