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.
Residential long term transitional living housing with therapy for adult men and women. Fees are assessed on a sliding scale, and residents stay in the house for between 3 and 6 months on average. Serving Chicagoland, dual diagnosis patients are welcome.
Chicago area non-profit offering structured living recovery housing with in and outpatient therapy. Offering residential care to an incredible 800 people each day. For men and women, some payment assistance is available, and insurance is accepted.
A Safe Haven Foundation in Chicago is a treatment facility, sober living home and long-term rehab for men and women, including women with children. The facility accepts clients on opioid medication.
Rosecrance Greendale House in Rockford is a transitional living home and long-term recovery program for adults and mothers with their children, located in a 10-unit apartment complex. Greendale House is located near the Rosecrance Harrison Campus, which gives residents easy access to services offered through the adult treatment program there. The facility accepts clients on opioid medication.
Rosecrance Woodstock Recovery Home is a transitional living substance abuse recovery program for adult men and women, consisting of two duplexes next door to each other. The facility accepts clients on opioid medication.
Rosecrance Woodstock Recovery Home offers a transitional living program for adult men and women. The location consists of two duplexes next door to each other. Rosecrance accepts clients on opioid medication.