The Best Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Illinois
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Why 3,550+ People Choose Our Chicago Rehabs
Rehab Here Is Fully Outpatient Because Outpatient Rehab Works
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 just as effective than inpatient rehab.
Inpatient RehabLive On-Campus For Treatment
Inpatient rehab cuts patients off from life for weeks, then expects them to cope without support. That’s why 40-60% go back to using within 6 months. Here, 89% of patients still aren't using two years later!
Cut Off From Home Life
Usually No Medication
Programs Are Expensive
40-60% Return To Using
Doing NothingContinue To Live In Addiction
The science is clear. People stay sober when the the physical, mental and underlying issues (like depression or trauma) are treated. Treatment here follows the science, applied without judgment.
Lose Out On Life
Addiction Is Costly
You Can't "Just Stop"
Symetria RehabSupport In The Real World
When you come in, you’ll understand why patients want to keep coming back. Get all the support you need until you really can handle it on your own.
Keep Your Home Life
Programs Are Affordable
Only 11% Return to Using
Drug Rehab Near Me
6 Outpatient Rehabs in Illinois
Symetria has six rehabs in Illinois. If you live in Chicagoland, there is a Symetria rehab clinic that can help whether you are:
- Just noticing an addiction issue
- In and out of treatment for years
- Looking for support after inpatient rehab, detox or a hospital
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The 7 Most Common Questions About Symetria Drug Rehabs in Chicago
Outpatient rehab offers all the same treatments as inpatient rehab while you live at home. You get medications to stop withdrawals and feel better right away. You meet with a therapist one-on-one and in a group. And, at Symetria, you get dual-diagnosis (So, related mental health issues are treated here too including antidepressants or trauma therapy).
Study-after-study shows outpatient rehab is just as effective as inpatient rehab. Our data shows treatment is 80% more effective than going anywhere else.
It costs much less here than an inpatient rehab 🙂
Most Symetria patients use health insurance. Each insurance policy sets its own deductible, co-insurance and out-of-pocket rates that impact what you pay. For example, those that went to the hospital this year may actually pay nothing for treatment here. You’ll get answers about your specific costs before you come in.
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 still want to check 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.
Unlike 34 other states, Illinois doesn’t have an involuntary commitment law for the courts to force someone to alcohol or drug rehab. But, you can keep suggesting with love that they seek help. People are usually more open to outpatient rehab because they get medications to feel better and don’t have to commit to going away for weeks.
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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