Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in Illinois
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Addiction is a life or death situation, and we strongly recommend seeking professional help even when choosing a treatment provider. The call is free, and our certified addiction professionals are on call 24/7 to help you and your family find the right help.
There is a wide range of rehab options available to you, with nearly 700 facilities in the state of Illinois. It’s important to know what you’re looking for in a treatment facility, to match its services with your needs.
Many people struggling with substance abuse tend to be “poly-addicted,” meaning they abuse multiple mind-altering substances. Most facilities in Illinois treat people dealing with both alcohol and drug problems.
But, addiction goes beyond mind-altering substances. There are a host of underlying conditions that can contribute to self-destructive behavior. Mental illness is commonly associated with substance abuse, and nearly 1 in every 3 rehabs in the state are known as dual diagnosis rehabs—offering substance abuse treatment treatment alongside mental health services.
Though there are mostly outpatient rehabs in Illinois, a smaller portion offer inpatient or residential treatment services. In the treatment of opioid addiction and especially intravenous drug use, inpatient rehab can be an essential component of long-term sobriety. In residential treatment, you or your loved one will be in a safe, healing environment and separated from potential temptations.
Be sure to inquire about payment options and the insurance plans accepted by each facility. Almost half of the rehabs in Illinois will offer treatment at no charge for some clients who cannot pay.
Featured Addiction Rehab Listings
Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center
40 Timberline Dr
Lemont, IL 60439
Positive Sobriety Institute
680 N Lake Shore Drive, Suite 800
Chicago IL 60611
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Amidst the nationwide opioid epidemic, Illinois has suffered significant damages. The state has lost countless lives to opioid overdoses in the past years. Treatment admissions for heroin users have increased dramatically in the state, which also ranks first for heroin-related emergency room visits across the country.
Illinois — Addiction Treatment in a Time of Need
Yet, these increasing rates of addiction coincided with severe cuts to state-funded treatment resources several years ago. In response, advocates have been working to increase access to treatment for opioid addicts, make naloxone training available, and provide clean syringes to intravenous drug users. There have also been efforts to increase medication-assisted treatment for opioid dependence.
Finding addiction treatment can seem overwhelming, but you don’t have to handle everything on your own. If you or a loved one is looking for a rehab in Illinois, call us and we can help you in the process: 1-866-317-7050.
- Nearly 1 million people each year are dependent on or abusing alcohol and/or drugs in Illinois.
- About 5% of people who need treatment for alcohol abuse receive it, and almost 12% of people who need treatment for drug abuse receive it.
- Among 2015 treatment admissions, the most common primary drug of abuse was heroin, followed closely by alcohol, and then marijuana.
- Over 1,700 people in Illinois died of a drug overdose in 2014—an 8.3% increase in deaths since 2013.
- In 2014, 42% of the state’s overdose deaths were heroin-related.
Finding Sobriety in Illinois
Most Illinois rehabs will offer these standard services:
- Substance abuse assessments and diagnoses
- Screenings for drugs and/or alcohol
- Individual and group counseling sessions with licensed therapists
- Relapse-prevention work
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
Groups Fighting Addiction in Illinois
- The Illinois Department of Human Services (DHS) supports and offers treatment services for substance abuse through their Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services. The department connects those in need with treatment providers in the state through the federal Access to Recovery (ATR) program.
- Within the Illinois DHS, there is an Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (OASA) which offers case management services. These services help patients leaving treatment handle difficult aspects of their lives and maintain their sobriety.
- The Illinois Consortium on Drug Policy (ICDP) makes policy recommendations, based on the current state of substance abuse and treatment in the state. Their objective is to create an open forum of discussion, and bring awareness to substance use disorders as a public health concern.
- The Rosecrance Foundation is a nationwide charity that’s based in Illinois, dedicated to improving treatment services for those in need. The group seeks to raise funds to ensure that adolescents, adults, mothers—all people—struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues will receive adequate care.
- A Safe Haven Foundation is a non-profit group that fosters recovery within various Illinois communities. Their aim is to provide holistic care for people struggling and rebuild lives in recovery through treatment, education, affordable housing, and job training.