Get Help Today

Call (888) 782-6966

The Best Addiction Treatment & Suboxone Clinic in Joliet

“This is the only place around that understands people are in bad shape when they call and need to come in ASAP. This is also the only place that treats you like a person and not just a number.”

No Judgement

You're not 'kicked to the curb' if you relapse, instead you're given extra support to get back on track. You'll feel the love every time you walk in.

Success Rates 80% Higher Than Average

According to Harvard-led statisticians, you're 80% more likely to stop abusing drugs and alcohol long-term with Symetria compared to any other treatment option.

A One-Stop Shop

Get a diagnosis, therapy and any medications for related issues that hold you back too — like depression, anxiety, trauma and social isolation.​

Joliet Clinic Building
Substance Abuse Therapy Room

It's Time to Make a Change

Quick, Easy Access to Affordable Addiction Treatment

Fast Access to Meds

On-site pharmacy and appointments usually within 24 hours

Convenient Appointments

Saturday and early morning services — plus transportation

Unlimited Support

Even if you're only looking for meds, therapies and relapse prevention are here when you're ready

Covered by Insurance

Including a distinction from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois for the top provider in the state

Get answers about your insurance now without anyone knowing that you inquired. No commitment.

Feel Happy Again

Pick The Program That Works for You

There’s nothing cookie-cutter with the approach at the Joliet clinic. Get the medications and therapies you want to retrain your brain to feel happy again.

Vivitrol Program

Game-changing, non-addictive monthly shot given for alcohol addiction and those early in drug addiction to prevent cravings.

Suboxone Program

Live without feeling sick, high or constantly distracted by opioid use disorder. On-site prescriptions for both withdrawal and long-term maintenance.

Methadone Program

The stabilization and accountability some need to actually stay healthy this time. Daily dosing (except Sundays) with little to no wait times.

IOP - Intensive Outpatient Program

Group therapy several times per week — proven just as effective as inpatient rehab for all substance use issues.


In conjunction with all programs to diagnose and treat any co-occurring mental health issues that keep you locked in unhealthy cycles — includes CBT or trauma therapies and medications like antidepressants, antianxieties and sleep regulators.

Unlimited Therapy

In conjunction with all programs to finally talk honestly about what's going on — when you're ready and whenever you need.

Wondering about costs?

Check your insurance now. It's free. No commitment.

Your Next Step is Simple

The process starts with a friendly conversation to see if we’d be a good fit.

229 N Hammes Ave, Joliet, IL 60435

Click for Google Directions

Clinic Hours
Weekdays 6:30AM-3:00PM (last dose 2:30PM)
Saturday 7:00AM-8:30AM

IOP Groups
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9AM-Noon
Thursday 9AM-10:30AM (SMART Recovery)

Near You Now

Symetria - Joliet Addiction Treatment & Suboxone Clinic

The Symetria Joliet clinic is just west of Joliet West High School. The addiction clinic is the only location in Will and Kendall counties. And, the southernmost Chicagoland Symetria location. The nearest bus stop is 505 at the corner of Glenwood Avenue and Hammes Avenue. If you need transportation, the clinic can help.

Other Locations Near Will County

Get Answers Now

Questions for the Doctors

You’re met with compassion and get medications like Suboxone, Methadone or Vivitrol on your first visit. Both the doctors and pharmacy are on-site. You check in with your medical team to adjust doses or add mental health medications like antidepressants. You also get unlimited one-on-one therapy and access to intensive group theory when you’re feeling ready.

Suboxone is a combination of Buprenorphine and Naloxone. It’s FDA-approved to treat opioid / heroin addiction. 

  • Buprenorphine is a partial opioid that satisfies the brain’s craving for drugs.
  • Naloxone is an opioid blocker used to reverse an overdose.


Suboxone works to:

  • Alleviate withdrawal symptoms – to feel better right away
  • Fight cravings – so the brain isn’t constantly signaling for drugs
  • Stop other opioids – so if drugs like heroin are used, it doesn’t give off a “high”

The official answer is no, you shouldn’t drink alcohol while on Vivitrol. Vivitrol blocks the feelings of pleasure that you get from alcohol. Though, you still feel negative symptoms like poor coordination and hangovers. Patients tend to get sicker than usual because they end up binging more to chase the positive effects that never come. (You can overdose on alcohol). In the end, Vivitrol should make drinking less appealing if you do try it because you’ll just feel sick.


Unlimited therapy means you can schedule as many appointments with your therapist as you need to stay on track.

Both IOP and one-on-one sessions predominantly use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). CBT is the gold standard for addiction issues. You become able to recognize distortions in your thinking and reevaluate them in a healthy way. As needed, therapists utilize other methods like Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) for intensely difficult feelings, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) to stop negative thinking rather than analyzing it, trauma-informed therapies or family or couples counseling.

The options for methadone in Will and Kendall counties are limited. Symetria is certainly the highest-rated clinic. There are no long lines. And, you can actually be honest here. There’s no judgment if you relapse. You have access to unlimited counseling and medications for underlying issues to stay on track — all in-network with health insurances like BCBS IL.

Family members often inquire before discussing with the person struggling. You can get program and cost details to help you address any objections your loved one may have to avoid treatment. You are also welcome to come with them. Family of couples therapy can be part of their therapy too, if they are open to it.

Still have questions?