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Drop In Center

Drop In Center ParticipantsSEASPAR is proud to partner with the DuPage County Health Department and NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) DuPage to offer the Drop In Center.

The Drop In Center provides adults who have mental health needs an opportunity to spend leisure time in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. Family members are welcome to attend. The activities are designed to enhance relationships between peers and families.

The Drop In Center is located at the Westmont Community Center, 75 East Richmond Avenue, in Westmont.

The program is free for all who attend.

Program Information

Drop In Center ParticipantFor those who attend the Drop In Center, staff and volunteers are available to give you a warm welcome, introduce you, and show you around.

Individuals may choose to stop by for a few minutes or stay the entire time.

Lunch is provided during the first hour. The program also includes a variety of in-house activities and trips to places in the surrounding communities. Those who “drop in” can socialize, enjoy lunch, join an activity, or just relax. A current schedule of activities and outings is available on our Program Schedules and Brochures page. Although participation is encouraged, all activities are optional.

For more information about the Drop In Center, please contact us.

Supporting the Drop In Center

As the Drop In Center is free for participants, donations are welcome and are accepted at the Drop In Center or SEASPAR.

Drop In Center ParticipantsVolunteers aid in the preparation of lunch, lead activities, and socialize with all who attend. Their time is greatly appreciated. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact SEASPAR at 630.960.7600, the DuPage County Health Department at 630.682.7400, or NAMI DuPage at 630.752.0066.

The DuPage County Health Department promotes health, prevents illness, and provides quality services to residents of DuPage County. For more information, visit or call 630.682.7400.

NAMI DuPage provides support, advocacy, and education in order to improve the quality of life for individuals with mental illness and their families. For more information, visit or call 630.752.0066.