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1 Locating Treatment For a search engine of a substance abuse treatment facility that meets your criteria of type of treatment, location, and type of pay please go to the below website and follow the directions to find the different locations near you. Illinois Department of Human Services Click on For Customers Click on Alcoholism & Addiction under Related Links in the top right corner Click on Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Locator Click on Near You under Find Facilities on the left-hand side Fill in your address information and then click on Select Services Click on what pertains to your case then click on Search and it will generate a list of treatment facilities that fit your requirements You may have to go back and expand your search criteria if you do not get any or enough results Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (DASA) The Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (DASA) provides a hotline that will assist you in a similar fashion as the Department of Human Services website to locate treatment facilities for substance abuse. Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Narcotics Anonymous is non-profit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs have become a major problem. They are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. There are hundreds of meetings in the Chicagoland region every day of the week where you can find help. All meetings are free to attend and there are no dues or fees. Anyone who has a desire to stop using is welcome. Some of the meetings are designated as open which means that friends, family or other visitors are welcome to attend. For some NA becomes a key component in continued sobriety. This is a message for loved ones as even though an opiate user has been in recovery for many days, months or years the addiction will always be present. Individuals may require a support group four to five times a week after years of sobriety. This may be difficult for a non-user to understand, but what is required from the loved ones is support of whatever they need to stay sober as the addiction will never go away. Call the NA helpline at (708) or log on to the web at to find a meeting.

2 Description of Treatment Facilities Inpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Inpatient programs require the client to reside in a program for a minimum of 28 days; however some programs can be as long as three months. Patients are typically required to stay at the placement for the entire stay with no passes to leave the facility. While at the inpatient/residential program patients receive treatment for their substance abuse while monitored by staff 24 hours a day. The benefit of an impatient program is that they are removed from the drugs and placed in a safe, secure environment in which they will be monitored by trained staff. Admission to inpatient treatment facilities and programs is completely voluntary. Detox Detoxification of certain drugs or alcohol is required to assist someone in clearing the substance from their body. This is meant for someone who has developed a dependency and/or is currently intoxicated. Detoxification is also typically warranted when there are certain signs and symptoms that a medical professional would assess, including specific withdrawal symptoms off of the heroin/opiates. While not normally life threatening, the severe discomfort a user will feel during opiate detox means they will need supervision to prevent relapsing. Detoxification is not meant to be a treatment in curing the user of opiates; rather it is meant to be the first step on the path of recovery. A heroin user may require multiple detoxes in their lifetime as relapse is common. Some heroin users may not require detoxification because their levels of heroin/opiates are not extreme enough to cause severe withdrawal symptoms or enough time has passed since their last use minimizing most major withdrawal symptoms. While in detox, a plan should be formulated between the detox center and its professionals on what type of treatment the client should transition to next. Generally the next step is to inpatient or residential care. Detoxification lengths of stay can vary depending on the person, but typically last anywhere from a few days to a week. During that time family may be needed and requested by the staff, but more than likely the individual will use this time to work on themselves without any outside influence. Also, without a release of information signed in the admission process, family and friends will not be allowed to call and ask to speak with the client because of privacy laws. If your child or loved one is currently on probation, encourage him or her to sign a release of information form with the probation officer to verify their compliance in detox as well as assist the client in the next step of recommended treatment. There are multiple ways one can choose to detox off of heroin and other opiates. This includes medical detoxification with medication in an inpatient/residential setting or in an outpatient setting. There are a number of different medications one can receive during this type of detox. For example, Methadone is most frequently used. The second type of detox is called social detox. The biggest difference is that there is no medication to assist in the withdrawal symptoms. With a social setting you can either have

3 a residential setting or an outpatient type setting. Again, we are not endorsing any specific treatments, but rather hope to offer the facts. Medical Detoxification As stated above, medical detox can occur in an inpatient hospital setting (24/7 supervision in a hospital setting), a residential setting (24/7 supervision outside of a hospital setting), or as an outpatient setting (in a clinic setting) where prescribed medication is dispensed. The medications are used to assist with withdrawal symptoms, which heroin users in recovery have stated feels like the extreme flu. There are a couple of different medications that have been used in medical detoxification and some of these medications can continue to be prescribed after detox, including methadone and suboxone. The most common medications are: Methadone Methadone is the most commonly used medication in the treatment of heroin detoxification. It is a synthetic opiate, meaning it was man-made. Many of these programs are called methadone maintenance programs. They are referred to as maintenance because they possibly eliminate the withdrawal symptoms of heroin, hence maintaining the user from not using heroin. Not all doctors can prescribe methadone, only registered methadone clinics and prescribers. Extra care must be given with this medication because of the risk abusing this choice of treatment. Many methadone maintenance programs require individuals to visit the clinic on a daily basis for their prescription, not only to decrease the possibility of abuse, but also to be checked by a nurse for possible side effects and withdrawal symptoms from the heroin if the dose of methadone is not high enough. It has also been prescribed as a pain reliever as its chemical components are very similar to morphine. Methadone has been used since 1930 as an alternative and less addictive pain reliever. Methadone is prescribed in either a pill form, injected, or as an oral liquid. Each dose usually lasts for one to one and half days. Some street names for Methadone are chocolate chip cookies, meth, fizzies, dolls, and wafers. Buprenorphine Buprenorphine is a semi-synthetic opiate, again a laboratory made opiate. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration states buprenorphine was approved by the FDA in 2002 for the treatment of opiate addiction. It assists in decreasing the withdrawal symptoms of opiates. One of the biggest differences in comparison to methadone is its ceiling effect. This means as an opiate, but a semi-synthetic, it does not have the capability of reaching the full effects of other opiates. Bupernorphine also produces less of an impact to the respiratory system (breathing), which reduces the chance of an overdose in comparison to other opiates. Subutext is used in the treatment of opiate dependency and its main ingredient is Bupernorphine.

4 Treatment Centers Rosecrance Treatment Center (815) Adult Inpatient 3815 Harrison Avenue Rockford, IL Adolescent Inpatient 1601 N. University Drive Rockford, IL Linden Oaks at Edwards Hospital West Street Naperville, IL (630) Insurance: Most private insurance accepted. They do not accept Medicaid for 21 to 64 year olds, but will accept Medicaid for those younger than 21 and older than 64 if there is an additional mental health treatment needed. Leyden Family Service SHARE program Moon Lake Blvd. Hoffman Estates, IL (847) Medically monitored; does not guarantee Suboxone Does not offer benzodiazepine assisted detoxification Insurance: self-payment with sliding scale, Medicaid, and private insurance Length of detox: 5-7 days Men 8 and women 3 (typically no wait for men) Does not accept diabetics

5 Holy Family Medical Center Keys to Recovery N. River Road Des Plaines, IL (847) ext Suboxone; Vivitrol Insurance: self-payment, Medicare, state funded insurance, private insurance, military insurance Length of detox: 3-5 days Outpatient (inpatient): typically 10 days 20 days free room and board 42 bed unit Accepts men and women over the age of 18 Abraxas Youth and Family Services / Southwood Interventions S. Wood Street Chicago, IL (773) Offers Methadone Insurance: self-payment, Medicaid, state financed insurance, private insurance, military insurance, sliding fee scale, payment assistance South Shore Hospital Chemical Dependency South Crandon Ave Unit 4E/CDU Chicago, IL (773) or 5305 Insurance: self-payment, Medicare, state financed insurance, private insurance, military insurance Women s Treatment Center N. Ashland Ave. Chicago, IL (312) Methadone 5-7 day detox Insurance: sliding scale, Medicaid, private insurance

6 Provena Mercy N. Highland Ave. Aurora, IL (630) Insurance: accepts Medicaid Haymarket Center W. Washington Chicago, IL (312) Insurance: accepts Medicaid Jackson Park Hospital Stony Island Ave. Chicago, IL (773) Insurance: accepts Medicaid VHS Westlake Hospital W. Lake Street Melrose Park, IL (708) (800) 939-CARE Insurance: Medicare, Medicaid, insurance and most managed care plans are accepted

7 Social Detox Social detoxification from heroin/opiates can be done without medication. This means the heroin dependent individual will go through the withdrawal symptoms without any medication assistance. As reported by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration, Social detoxification programs are short-term, non-medical treatment services for individuals with substance use disorders. A social detoxification program offers room, board, and interpersonal support to intoxicated individuals and individuals in substance use withdrawal. Social detoxifications programs vary widely in services offered, but there should always be medical surveillance, including monitoring of vital signs. Supervision by professionals is important during this time as the chance of relapse is very high since a dose of heroin or any opiate will take away the withdrawal symptoms for the heroin dependent individual. Lutheran Social Services of Illinois N. Kenmore Chicago, IL (773) days/14 max Men and Women Cold turkey detox Insurance: accepts Medicaid Inpatient/Residential Treatment Admission into a residential program will be made by the receiving agency, typically by some form of assessment that the particular agency has created. Most inpatient and residential programs will not accept someone if there is a possibility of withdrawal. Inpatient programs take place in a hospital setting and average 30 days. Residential programs occur outside the hospital, but are set to be around the clock supervised programs. These programs also last a minimum of 28 days but some do last up to 90 days. *Please expect a waitlist for these programs. The type of insurance or lack thereof will also impact how long the heroin dependent may have to wait for placement. Waitlists may be anywhere from two weeks to five months, especially for those without insurance or with Medicaid. While the individual is on the waitlist, many treatment facilities require that the individual calls and checks in every day until a bed is available.* What occurs in this type of placement? Each treatment may be different in approach modality of treatment. Most facilities implement group therapy, support groups, and some type of individual therapy with a counselor. The goal is to teach healthy alternative approaches to life. There also should be co-occurring planning on where the individual will transition after the discharge date. This is an important discussion to have with the professionals at the facility to see what their

8 recommendations for further treatment may be, including but not limited to halfway homes or intensive outpatient therapy. What should a resident expect? Nervousness before going to treatment is completely normal. This is a big step to make and a good step toward a life-long conscious effort to stop using a drug like heroin. Heroin has such a strong hold, a hold that does not go away. There needs to be as much support and help lined up as possible. An individual who is currently in recovery for more than two years stated they still have to go to Narcotic Anonymous (NA) at least four times a week in order to stay sober. One-time treatment will more than likely not be enough. Recovery from heroin use requires a life-long change of behaviors, choices and support. Once at treatment you will be in a living situation with other individuals who are also working on their own addictions. You will always have staff for support 24 hours a day. You will have a consistent schedule you will follow on a daily basis. What should a parent or loved one expect? As your loved one transitions into treatment, you may have mixed emotions. You may feel happy that he or she finally agreed to receive treatment, but also anxious that he or she will be away from you for an extended period of time. Please prepare yourself for an extended separation, as after initial treatment many individuals transition to either halfway homes or intensive outpatient therapy (described below) upon completion of the program. This will be a life-long decision and a life-long list of treatments that best fit your loved one. While he or she is in treatment you will have limited contact.. Typical treatment facilities have set times for daily phone calls and weekly visits in which a family therapy session may be included. You will not be able to just call and talk with your loved one multiple times a day or whenever you would like. This is their time to work on their addiction with as few triggers from the outside world as possible. Also, your loved one can leave treatment before completion. Treatment facilities are not under locked doors. Although this may be a very difficult part of the process, it is a possibility, especially in the beginning. DuPage County Behavioral Health Services of Central DuPage Hospital 25 N. Winfield Road Winfield, IL (630) Serenity House Counseling Services Inc S. Rohlwing Road Addison, IL (630) Men s Extended Residential Care Program: ext. 131 Women s Extended Residential Care Program: ext. 132 Insurance: most insurance and sliding scale

9 Linden Oaks Hospital at Edwards Hospital S. Washington Street Naperville, IL (630) Insurance: Most private insurance accepted. They do not accept Medicaid for anyone aged 21 to 64, but will accept Medicaid for those younger than 21 and older than 64 if there is an additional mental health treatment needed. Woodridge Interventions, Abraxas th Street Woodridge, IL (630) Adolescents and men Insurance: Private insurance, Medicaid, and sliding scale DuPage Interventions, Abraxas 11S250 Route 83 Willowbrook, IL (630) Insurance: Private insurance, Medicaid, and sliding scale Male adolescents, ages 13 to 18 Kane County Gateway Mercy Lane Aurora, IL (877) This location works with clients that have a co-occurring disorder (both a substance abuse disorder as well as a mental health diagnosis) Gateway has multiple locations within Illinois that have different specialties Insurance: accepts most insurance, longer waitlist for Medicaid and sliding scale clients

10 Lutheran Social Services of Illinois Varsity Drive Elgin, IL Men: (847) Insurance: some private insurance, Medicaid and sliding scale 30 days 18 years and older 28 day program Non-medical: no benzo or opiates allowed Need referral packet by detox or psych unit if possible There is usually a waitlist Women: (773) Called Passages In Chicago 15 beds Insurance: only for Medicaid clients Lake County Women s Residential Services (WRS) 3010 Grand Avenue Waukegan, IL (847) Service fees are based on income level and number of dependents WRS can accept up to eight children between the ages of six and 11 as guests with the mother Cook County Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital, SHARE 1650 Moon Lake Boulevard Hoffman Estates, IL (800) About 28 days inpatient Women s treatment facility Insurance: sliding scale and accepts most insurance

11 The Way Back Inn (866) Multiple locations within the Chicagoland area Both men s and women s facilities Extended residential care that can last 3-4 months Insurance: all major insurance, sliding scale, Medicaid Suboxone is allowed but needs to be prescribed by your own psychiatrist Psychiatrist on staff 70% of clientele have dual diagnosis Waitlist typical; for insurance typically under two weeks, uninsured about a month Northwest Community Hospital E. Kirchhoff Road Arlington Heights, IL (847) The Youth Center at Northwest Community Hospital Males and females Inpatient and outpatient programs Insurance: accepts most McNeal Hospital Behavioral Health Services 3249 S. Oak Park Avenue Berwyn, IL (708) Inpatient Detox Intensive outpatient about 3 weeks long Males and females over 18 Holy Family Medical Center Keys to Recovery N. River Road Des Plaines, IL (877) beds Residential treatment can last days Insurance: self-payment, Medicare, state-funded insurance, private insurance, military insurance Women s Treatment Center North Ashland Avenue Chicago, IL (312) About 60 beds, this includes some room for women and children Insurance: accepts most insurance, Medicaid and sliding scale Residential program is for days depending on the needs of the individual

12 A Safe Haven West Roosevelt Road Chicago, IL (773) Long term residential care with substance abuse treatment Women can bring their children to residential care Insurance: accepts most insurance, Medicaid and sliding scale Will County Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center 40 Timberline Drive Lemont, Illinois (630) (877) Insurance: accepts most insurance, does not accept Medicaid, no sliding scale Female facility for women and adolescents Halfway House/Recovery Home Halfway house, recovery home and sober living home are all names for a home for someone who has completed substance abuse treatment and is now ready to take the next step in treatment. It is a home with other recovering addicts who have completed inpatient treatment and now want to live back in society but without fear of losing all of their support. The homes are within the community and offer a wide spectrum of support. Some homes are much stricter and require clients to attend more hours of treatment, while others require only a few support groups and have a curfew. Most homes are gender specific. There are both adult and adolescent homes. There are typically weekly fees required but many have sliding scale and allow and/or require the clients to work during the week. Serenity House Counseling Services/ Recovery Home Various DuPage County locations S. Rohlwing Road Addison, IL (630) ext. 128 Self-pay Women and men

13 Hope For Tomorrow, Inc N Lake Street Aurora, IL (630) Men and women Waiting list is typical Six recovery residential homes in Kane County for up to 52 adults Can work with both substance abuse and mental health needs Sliding Scale $154/week Orientation every Tuesday at 1:30 pm Lutheran Social Services of Illinois Halfway House Varsity Drive Elgin, IL (847) Men Sliding Scale A Safe Haven West Roosevelt Road Chicago, IL (773) Halfway homes Women can bring their children to residential care Insurance: accepts most insurance, Medicaid and sliding scale It s About Change/Sober Living 995 Bode Road Elgin, IL (224) Men Also has treatment during the day Two Calumet City locations offer just meetings $460/month Waiting list is typical Path to Recovery for Women Lexington Street Forest Park, IL (847) Women $140/week

14 Rosecrance Hillman Recovery House E. State Street Rockford, IL (815) Male clients ages Rosecrance Marlowe Recovery House N. University Drive Rockford, IL (815) Female clients ages Rosecrance Greendale Recovery House Greendale Drive Rockford, IL (815) Adults and mothers with their children Outpatient Louie Zaino, LCSW 1 Tiffany Pointe Suite 111 Bloomingdale, IL (630) Private Practice Insurance: accepts most insurance and has sliding scale Recommended by a mother who lost her son to opiate abuse Narcotics Anonymous (Support group for the addict) Helpline for the user: (708) Click on the meeting locator tab on the left hand side to find the closest meetings to you. Nar-anon (Support group for family and loved ones of the narcotics addict) Helpline for the user s family members and loved ones: (800) Nar-Anon describes itself as the following:

15 What is Nar-Anon? The Nar-Anon Family Groups are a worldwide fellowship for those affected by someone else s addiction. As a Twelve-Step Program, we offer our help by sharing our experience, strength, and hope. The only requirement for membership is that there be a problem of addiction in a relative or friend. Nar-Anon members are relatives and friends who are concerned about the addiction or drug problem of another. Nar-Anon's program of recovery is adapted from Narcotics Anonymous and uses Nar-Anon's Twelve Steps, Twelve Traditions, and Twelve Concepts of Service. *Al-Anon is a support group for family members of alcoholics *

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