The Best Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Illinois
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Why 3,550+ People in Illinois Chose Rehab Here
Studies Show Outpatient Rehab Can Work Better Than Inpatient Rehab
Outpatient rehab is recommended by all major heath organizations - including WHO, the CDC and Illinois Department of Human Services. Study-after-study shows outpatient treatment is effective.
Compare Your Rehab Options
Doing NothingContinue to Live in Addiction
- Lose Out on Good Things
- Feel Sick
- Addiction is Expensive
- You Can't "Just Stop"
Symetria OutpatientLive Your Life While You Work to Save It
- Keep Your Home Life
- Anti-Craving Medications
- Programs Are Affordable
- Only 11% Return to Using
Inpatient RehabLive On-Campus for Treatment
- Can't Keep Your Home Life
- Usually No Medication
- Programs Are Expensive
- 40-60% Return to Using
Everything You Need to Stay Well
How The Symetria Method® for Rehab Works
All you have to do is show up. You have access to all evidence-based medications AND therapies here, until you find what works for you and you got this on your own.
First Rehab Appointment
You get anti-craving medications to feel better right away if you’re struggling with withdrawals or ready for Vivitrol. You can stay on medications or make a plan to get off.
If you’re struggling with issues like depression, anxiety or sleep, you can meet with the psychiatrist.
You have your first one-on-one counseling session to talk honestly about what’s going on. There’s no judgment, so no need to lie your way through.
You set a schedule for further group and one-on-one therapies.
Your first appointment usually takes a few hours, but can is also up to how quick or in-depth you want to go on day one.
Outpatient Rehab Appointments
Check in with the medical team to ensure you find the right medications or combination of medications that work for you.
Includes anti-cravings for addiction, as well as mental health medications that help rebalance the brain like antidepressants.
Therapy is unlimited. Come in whenever you’re feeling triggered and bring family if you need to resolve tension.
Attend group therapy with morning and evening options to accommodate work schedules.
Stay a patient as long as you want. Most people are still coming in at least once a month nine months later, but there’s no rules on commitment.
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Rehabs in Illinois
Symetria has six rehab locations throughout Illinois. If you live in the highest-population areas of the Midwest prairie state, there is an Illinois rehab near you now.
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Only 30 days of inpatient rehab are covered by most insurances. That’s not enough, yet also too long to miss out on your life.
It’s different here. Most patients are still checking in nine months later, while living (and improving) their lives. Over time, you need less support. Stay in the program as long as you want and reach out whenever you’re feeling triggered.
Using medication in substance abuse treatment is recommended by all major health organizations.
Anti-craving medications make saying no so much easier – from Vivitrol or Suboxone to non-addictive “off-label” medications with promising research (like Baclofen or Ondansetron).
- Stops the brain from triggering cravings
- Blocks the “high” if drugs or alcohol are used
Psychiatric meditations stabilize other chemical imbalances in your brain including antidepressants, antianxiety medications, mood stabilizers or sleep regulating medications.
- Helps the 75%+ of patients with a “co-occurring” issues stay on track
- Keeps you from hitting lows that trigger relapse
Last year nearly 50,000 people in Illinois received treatment for drugs or alcohol. Heroin and alcohol we the top drugs of choice, but marijuana, amphetamines and cocaine are also on the list. According to SAMHSA, there are 704 registered substance use programs in Illinois and more than 3,000 overdose deaths. Clearly, if you’re struggling in Illinois, you’re not alone. And, there’s no shame in getting help!
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