Health Information & Links

Our staff is committed to providing the highest quality and comprehensive services in a friendly and welcoming space that feels like home. We recognize that your child’s medical, dental, and behavioral health are interrelated and our goal is to provide holistic treatment to help him or her lead a healthy, happy and productive life.

Accepting New Patients

We accept Medicaid, numerous insurance plans (list on our website) and offer a sliding fee scale. Call Today for an Appointment (708) 848-0528.

Insurance Information

Preferred Care Provider (PCP) Numbers for our Physicians
Dr. Stephanie Weller PCP#20022333
Darla DeWolff, PhD, CPNP

Insurance Plans
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO (Private Insurance)
County Care
Next Level Health

Dental Plans
Blue Cross Blue Shield [DentaQuest]
County Care [DentaQuest]*
Harmony Health Plan *
IlliniCare [Envolve]*
Meridian [DentaQuest]
Metlife (Private Insurance)*
Molina [Avesis]*
Next Level Health [Envolve]*

*Any Insurance with an Asterisk signifies that insurance does not cover general anesthesia surgery at Illinois Masonic.

Payment Options

We accept All Kids Medicaid and offer a sliding fee scale. Patients must meet the Clinic’s income eligibility guidelines.

The IWS Children’s Clinic is an enrollment site for Illinois’ All Kids program. Our professional staff is available to assist patients who wish to enroll. For more information, please visit allkids

Same Day Appointments Available

Does your child need to see a physician today? Your appointment is just a phone call away. Same Day Scheduling is available at IWS Children’s Clinic during regular clinic hours by calling (708) 848-0528.

Walk-Ins Appointments for Medical

Walk-in hours for medical appointments are available at the IWS Children’s Clinic for existing patients during regular clinic hours. You do not need to call ahead for an appointment. Simply just show up at the IWS Children’s Clinic and your child will be seen as soon as possible. Due to the increased time involved with your first visit to the office we cannot accommodate walk-ins for patients who have not previously been seen in our office.

Patient Electronic Information Portal

We now have an information portal through our electronic medical records, please be sure to sign the consent forms and give your email address to the front desk receptionist so that you can access your child’s medical information electronically.

Referral for Specialty Care

We are now accepting many different insurance companies and all have different requirements for authorizing referrals for specialty care. Please plan on at least two weeks to obtain this approval.

Medicaid Redetermination

Redetermination is a review of eligibility for Medicaid, All Kids, SNAP or cash assistance. Eligibility for Medicaid and All Kids must be reviewed at least once a year. The state of Illinois decides whether a client meets the rules to keep getting benefits.

Hotline (855) 458-4945

All Kids
Health Plan Enrollment
Illinois Medical Card


American Academy of Pediatrics
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


American Dental Association
Healthy Mouths Healthy Lives
American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry

Behavioral Health

National Alliance on Mental Illinois
National Association for Loss and Grief National Children’s Advocacy Center Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDA) Help Hotlines and Behavioral Health Online Resources
Suicide Prevention


Let’s Move!
US Department of Agriculture
Healthy Habits

Community Resources

Abuse and Trauma for Children and Youth
Darkness to Light

This organization is working on preventing and educating individuals on child sexual abuse. Provides resources and information for parents and caregivers.

National Institute of Trauma and Loss in Children

This organization provides information to parents that have children who experienced loss or trauma. This organization provides activities, crisis intervention, and information.

Prevent Child Abuse Illinois

This organization is focused on preventing child abuse through education, public awareness, community outreach, public policy advocacy, and prevention programs.

Stop It Now

This organization is focused on preventing child sexual abuse in Illinois through provided information and resources.

Children and Youth, General Resources
Teen Help

This is a website organization offering information for youth on drug abuse, depression, teen parenting, alcohol abuse, teen pregnancy, teen challenges, ADD/ADHD, Teen suicide, Youth development, health, violence, disorders, stress and overall health.

Oak Park Township Youth Services

Oak Park Township Youth Services supports programs and services that work for the prevention of juvenile delinquency. Services involve Intervention, FACE-IT, Scholarships, Job Readiness, Gang and Drug Task Force, and the T.I.M.E Program within Oak Park Community.

Family Resource Center on Disabilities

This organization focuses on a range of topics that assist youth and their families with disabilities.

Best Buddies

This organization is dedicated to establish in a global volunteer movement that integrates employment and leadership development for people with developmental disabilities.

Family Matters

This organization works to support youth and their families through referrals, training, and disability information.

Drug and Alcohol Abuse
Al-Anon Family Group

This organization focuses on support youth who have been exposed to alcohol abuse through groups.

Domestic Violence
Sarah's Inn

Since its inception, Sarah’s Inn has embodied its mission to stand with women and their families to ensure freedom from domestic violence in every community. Services include: Legal Advocacy, Child and Teen Counseling, Family Counseling, Violence Prevention, and Education and Training servicing the West Side of Chicago and 22 West Suburban communities.

Eating Disorders
Renfrew Center

This center is a residential program for youth and women struggling with eating disorders.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (LGBTQ)
Howard Brown Center

This organization is located in Chicago and focuses on providing counseling, case management, and domestic violence support for the LGBTQ population.

Center on Halsted

This organization focuses on assist youth between 13-24 year of age who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, question their sexual orientation, or who are straight allies in realizing their full potential. Their services include psychotherapy, support groups, legal services, HIV/STD prevention, vocational training programs, seminars, and leadership development programs.

Oak Park Lesbian and Gay Association (OPALGA)

This organization provides programs and support for youth who identify as LGBTQ.

Mental Health
Mental Health America of Illinois (MHA)

This organization is located in Chicago and provides consultation, suicide prevention, youth screen, and support.

Family Service and Mental Health Center of Cicero

Family Service provides affordable mental health care for residents of the local community. Their services improve the emotional and psychological well-being of those they serve and help them to lead happier, healthier and more productive lives. Services include: Crisis Intervention, Therapy, Medication Management, and Home Visiting within the Cicero community.


Riveredge offers inpatient programs, outpatient programs, partial hospitalization programs, co-occurring programs, intellectual disability programs, older adult programs, and medication management groups.


Pillars is a not-for-profit social service organization that builds healthier communities by providing quality mental health services, social services and education for people of all ages. Services include: Mental Health Services, Children and Family Services, Addictions Services, Domestic and Sexual Violence Services, and Community Housing Initiatives within the Berwyn Community.

Thrive Counseling Center

Thrive Counseling Center builds healthy minds, families and communities by empowering people to attain mental and emotional well-being. Services include: Counseling Services, Psychiatric Services, 24/7 Crises Services, Client Care Advocacy Services, Transitional Learning Center (TLC), Youth Services, and the TEAM Program servicing the Oak Park Community.

UCAN – Chicago

This organization is focused on the healing process for those who have experience trauma through counseling, teen parenting, transitional living program, mentoring program, and workshops.

United Methodist Children’s Home (UMCH)

This organization provide different programs for youth such as treatment programs, transitional living programs (17yrs-21yrs), quest school (grade 6-12), family support adolescent foster care, nurse family partnership (for young mothers), Counseling, autism resource room, and youth building skills.

Parent Resources
Parenting Teens

This is a website full of resources for parents who are caring for adolescents.

Hephzibah Children's Association

Hephzibah offers a number of programs in the Oak Park and River Forest communities to help children in need. Services includes: Residential, Foster Care, Day Care, and Family Services within the Oak Park and River Forest community.


Organization providing Children and Family Services, CSBG Programs, Education, Energy Efficiency Programs, Home Energy Assistance Programs, Health and Nutrition, Head Start, and Housing.


Parenthesis provides a setting for families of young children to gather, talk and play much like yesterday's neighborhoods and extended families. Services includes Teen Parenting Support, Drop In/Drop Off, Single Moms Support, Free Workshops, Home Visiting Program within the Oak Park and River Forest Community.

OPRF Food Pantry

Located in the basement of first United Church of Oak Park providing food assistance to individuals that live in the following zip codes: 60130, 60131, 60171, 60176, 60301, 60302, 60304, 60305, 60402, 60644, 60651, 60707.


This organization provides Emergency Assistance and Referrals, Financial Literacy Programs, and Job Readiness Programs for individuals living in the following zip codes: 60130, 60131, 60171, 60176, 60301, 60302, 60304, 60305, 60402, 60644, 60651, and 60707.

Strengthening Families

Acts as a parenting support program focusing on six different protective factors that keep families strong through workshops and resources.

United Methodist Children’s Home (UMCH)

This organization provide different programs for youth such as treatment programs, transitional living programs (17yrs-21yrs), Quest School (grade 6-12), family support adolescent foster care, nurse family partnership (for young mothers), counseling, autism resource room, and youth building skills.

West Suburban Pads

Emergency shelter, outreach and engagements, supportive services employment readiness and homeless prevention.

Contact 311 for information on other shelters and housing assistance.

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