From rural meth, inner-city crack or heroin to alcoholism and the spread of opioids in our communities - whatever the problem - Illinois has a lot of it. Addiction is a public health crisis of staggering human and economic proportion. An estimated 985,000 people are suffering from chemical dependency or abuse within the state of Illinois alone!
When caught in the web of drug addiction or alcoholism, breaking free can seem an impossible task. However, drug treatment and drug rehab work; and through therapies of addiction treatment, you'll learn what you need to know to stay clean and sober for good. You can get better, and your recovery begins the minute you commit to professional help. Find a drug rehab program that fits (private drug rehab, holistic drug rehab, long term drug rehab,... ) get help and get better.
Befitting the size, density and diversity of the state, residents of Chicago and Illinois have an excellent selection of drug treatment options available to them.
Illinois is multicultural and economically diverse, and as such there are rehabs available to treat all in Illinois, with cultural sensitivity and at a price that all can afford. While many of the best rehabs will work with your insurance provider, for those without comprehensive health insurance, there are also several very low-cost or even free drug and alcohol rehabs throughout the state.
No one in Illinois needs to continue to abuse drugs or alcohol, thinking that they can't get help. Wherever you are, whether you are - rich or poor, there is someone ready to help you get better!
The Illinois Helpline for Opioids & Other Substances is available around the clock on (833) 234-6343. It is the only statewide, public resource for finding addiction treatment and recovery services in Illinois, with or without insurance.
Banyan Heartland is a licensed residential treatment facility that provides a personal approach to care for men and women suffering from substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders. Our highly trained team of physicians, nurses, therapists and residential staff are addiction specialists who will get to know each patient in order to develop an individualized recovery plan. All treatment plans follow an evidence-based, comprehensive model of treatment that heals whole patients as well as their family systems to set them up for a successful life in recovery.
ReVive Center, formerly Cathedral Shelters of Chicago, is a certified long-term residential addiction treatment program and affordable housing provider for homeless men and criminal justice clients. Free of charge to those in need.
Located on Chicago’s Near West side, The Women's Treatment Center (TWTC) is a community facility and SAMHSA-certified opioid treatment program that provides residential detox, rehab and recovery housing for women, including pregnant women and women with children. TWTC is a charitable organization and no woman will be denied care for financial reasons.
Maryville Academy offers residential long-term inpatient care for teen boys and girls with substance abuse, dual diagnosis or behavioral problems, and for pregnant or postpartum young women. Maryville opoerates multiple locations. Payment by health insurance or self-pay on a sliding scale based on income.
Chicago's Gateway Foundation is dedicated to providing low-cost residential alcohol and drug rehab treatment and transitional living for teens and adults. Free for those without insurance or means.
Rosecrance Lakeview is a long- and short-term residential rehab and intensive outpatient program for adults. The facility accepts clients on opioid medication.
Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus is a 80-bed treatment center for adolescents aged 12-18. Located on 50 scenic acres, it includes an on-site school, a chapel, a gymnasium and fitness center and an outdoor dining patio.
Rosecrance Harrison Campus in Rockford is a modern treatment facility offering both inpatient and outpatient rehab programs for adults 18 years of age and older and their families. Situated on 10 acres of park-like grounds, the center includes open living and recreational space, outdoor dining, a chapel, a gym and a serenity walking path.
Maryville's Casa Salama and Casa Imani provide home-like residential treatment programs for adolescent females ages 13-20, and for expectant and parenting young women, who have a history of childhood trauma. Maryville accepts clients on opioid medication.
Rosecrance at Walnut Street (formerly Community Elements) provides adult community support and intensive outpatient programs (IOP) for substance abuse. The facility accepts clients on opioid medication. They further offer mental health specialty court services, and assessments for substance abuse and mental health.