OSF Holy Family Medical Center

Monmouth, Illinois

Behavioral Health

When everyday problems seem larger than life, it’s time to seek help.

For more than ten years, the OSF Medical Group - Monmouth, "a department of Holy Family Medical Center," has been providing support for patients of all ages who are experiencing behavioral health or substance abuse issues.

Kurt Volz talking with patient Kurt Volz, LCSW

Our therapists offer counseling and support as we work with you to create your own individualized treatment plan.

Our goal is to help you take the first step towards a better life.


Our behavioral health staff specializes in treating each patient according to his or her needs. We treat the following conditions:

  • Addiction recovery
  • Anger management
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Adjustment disorders
  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
  • Depression
  • Grief and loss issues
  • Relationship issues

Meet the Team

Kurt Volz, LCSW

Kurt Volz Kurt Volz Kurt Volz grew up in small town in a rural area in eastern Michigan just off Lake Huron’s Saginaw Bay. He earned his master’s degree in social work from Michigan State University and has experience working in a variety of social service and behavioral health counseling settings.

Kurt enjoys seeing patients of all ages, from children and teens to the elderly. In addition to being a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), he is also a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC).

His clinical interests are in mood disorders, anger management, addictions-both chemical and non-chemical, AD/HD in children, teens, and adults, and related issues.

“I enjoy both the range of therapy patients I am able to work with combined with the ability to be part of a holistic approach to medical care. I am proud to be part of a professional environment where the medical providers believe in treating ‘the whole person’”.

When he isn't busy seeing patients, Kurt enjoys hiking, reading books about history and spirituality/faith, zip-lining (when it is available), kayaking, and fishing. He is also an active member of the First Lutheran Church and enjoys spending time with his wife and their four adult children.

Kaleena Williams, LCSW

Kaleena Williams.jpg Kaleena Williams, LCSW Kaleena Williams grew up in a small town, which is why she loves the Monmouth community.  She believes Monmouth has things to offer with that small town feel.  She earned her bachelors degree from Western Illinois University and her Masters Degree from the University of Illinois. 

Kaleena "Loves the family feel" that you are welcomed with at OSF Medical Group - Monmouth.  She new from an early age that she wanted to be a counselor.  She always felt the need to help people by offering them a safe place to go, while exploring their needs, wants, fears and joys.  Kaleena stated, "I like being able to use the information that I have to help someone become the best "them", they can be".

Kaleena prides herself in offering a warm, open, and caring environment that is also fun!  Yes, fun!  "I try to keep the environment as easy as possible to help people feel relaxed when they are in a time of most need".

When she is not seeing patients, Kaleena is "on the go" with her family.  She and her husband have an 8 year old "caring" daughter and a 5 year old "outgoing" boy.  She also enjoys drawing, reading, painting and the art of crotchet. 

What to Expect During Your Visit

During your first visit, one of our behavioral health specialists will spend an hour talking with you about what you’re experiencing, as well as discussing your personal and family history in order to help us get to know you better so they can recommend the best course of treatment.

On the day of your appointment, please arrive 5 to 10 minutes early.

What to Bring

  • Information of previous counseling involvement - name, address, etc.
  • List of questions you may have
  • Paper and pen to take notes


To schedule an appointment, please call (309) 734-1414.