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If you are seeking drug and alcohol related addiction rehab for yourself or a loved one, the hotline is a confidential and convenient solution.

Calls to any general hotline (non-facility) will be answered by Behavioral Health Innovators

Alternatives to finding addiction treatment or learning about substance:

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      Putting Recovery On The Map

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      Leaving Inpatient for IOP

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      I know first hand how scary it can be to go to rehab for an addiction. Knowing that you no longer will be able to use your drug of choice to self-medicate, knowing that you will have withdrawal and the dreaded thought of being sober for the rest of your life… Luckily, these thoughts are temporary. … Continued

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      Sober in the Summer: A Guide

      Prior to getting sober, I couldn’t imagine spending a Chicago summer without drugs and alcohol. Summer in Chicago is sweet solace after months of dodging ice falling from skyscrapers, wearing two layers of thermal leggings under your pants, and contemplating moving to the West Coast every other day. All of my summers here have revolved … Continued

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      Recovery In The University: College Of Charleston

      Charleston is Changing Recovery and Education. For many years, addiction and recovery have remained taboo topics. Many times addicts would have to suffer in silence due to their families trying to keep the matter “hush-hush”, out of fear of being ostracized from their community. In the last twenty years or so, this standpoint has greatly … Continued