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Illinois Substance Use and Addiction Recovery Treatment Centers

Get Help for Yourself


Recovery at our facilities is judgment free, convenient and confidential, taking place in a discreet setting where you have the privacy and respect you deserve. No matter which location you choose, your treatment takes place under the guidance of an integrated care team of physicians, nurses, psychiatrists, therapists and counselors.

For more information, click on a location below.

Des Plaines
1460 Market Street, Suite 300
Des Plaines, IL 60016

Highland Park
1910 First Street, Suite 2N
Highland Park, IL 60035
(847) 881-3908

229 North Hammes Avenue
Joliet, IL 60435
(779) 204-8565
3934 North Lincoln Avenue
Chicago, IL 60613
(773) 231-0605

Naperville- Warrenville
28373 Davis Parkway, Suite 500
Warrenville, IL 60555
(630) 382-8226

Palos Heights
11925 South Harlem Avenue
Palos Heights, IL 60463
(708) 776-9710


Frequently Asked Questions

Is this a methadone clinic?
We do offer methadone as part of our medication assisted treatment, but also offer much more than a typical clinic. We combine behavioral and mental health services with medication assisted treatment to ensure the best chance for successful recovery.
Are you inpatient?
We offer treatment in an outpatient setting. We don’t believe you should uproot your entire life to treat a substance use disorder; recovery can be achieved in an outpatient setting specifically designed to address your unique history, makeup and circumstance.
Do you write prescriptions for Suboxone?
We do not write prescriptions, rather, we dispense medications in our clinics. This helps our staff be mindful of how each patient is responding to the medication and helps customize treatment for each individual patient.
Can I just get the medications without doing the counseling?
Our patients are required to meet with their counselor at least once a month. This ensures that we are tackling the substance abuse from all angles and results in far higher success rates.
Do I have to go all 3x a week for IOP?
Initially, yes. As you progress through the program you may graduate to Aftercare, where you come in less, but to begin you must attend all 3 days. To know you best, and treat your unique needs, this method is proven.
How long does your program last?
The timeframe for treatment is completely individualized and decided upon between the patient and their treatment team. The patient’s needs and progress are frequently reassessed so you can be sure you are getting the most out of your treatment.

Stop feeling sick, tired or unworthy

This is all about you. No judgement, no stigma, no pain.  Get your personalized care team now.