“I was in really bad shape and the Naperville clinic scheduled me in quick. They were so welcoming. To this day, they treat me like family when everywhere else treated me like a number.”
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“They offer so much more than other places – IOP, MAT, therapy. And, they do it with kind encouragement versus forcing things down our throats.”
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It’s hard to explain how much the Naperville team cares or how that care will change your life. But, you’ll feel it as soon as you walk in.
Even if you’re just coming to meet the Suboxone doctor or the IOP therapist, you have open access to the whole team. You’re the center of attention while you’re here and you’ll actually look forward to coming in. Seriously.
Admissions Center Hours
Weekdays: Last dose 6PM & lunch break 1PM-1:30PM
Evenings 5:30PM-8:30PM Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
Mornings 9AM-Noon Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Smart Recovery noon-1:30PM Thursday
Families 9:30AM-11AM Saturday
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If you live in Chicago, then the answer is yes! This clinic is near you if you live in DuPage County. Symetria has five other Suboxone clinics across Chicagoland to service the downtown and all the different suburbs.
Yes, we have methadone doctors. But, this outpatient clinic is nothing like other methadone programs. There are little to no lines. Lower-commitment medications like Suboxone or Vivitrol are offered here too. And, you get unlimited support and therapy, if you’re ready to stay healthy long-term.
Vivitrol (Naltrexone) is an anti-craving medication that’s FDA-approved to treat addiction, especially alcohol use disorder. It’s non-addictive. Vivitrol works by blocking the positive effects of alcohol or drugs to discourage relapse, while also reducing the mental urge to use. The medication is given as a shot to prevent skipping doses.
Anyone looking to get clean and stay sober long-term. Most people in the group therapy use alcohol or opioids (heroin or painkiller prescriptions like Vicodin, Fentanyl and Oxycodone), but there are also people using meth, marijuana and benzos / benzodiazepines (like Xanax).
The bottom line…if you’re in Naperville and you’re struggling with drugs or alcohol, you belong here. Welcome 🙂
Great questions. Frustratingly, the answer is “it depends.” We offer different programs, which can be combined and impact cost. Pre-paying also lowers costs.
Plus, most people here use health insurance. In that case, your cost depends on your deductible and how much you’ve spent on healthcare this year. The Naperville clinic accepts policies from nearly all insurance providers including Cigna, Aetna, UnitedHealth, Tricare and Blue Cross of Illinois. (Working on Medicaid).
Get straightforward cost answers by calling now – (888) 782-6966. There’s no commitment.
The process starts with a simple phone call. Quickly explain what you’re looking for and get all the information you need to make a decision. In most cases, you can also get scheduled to come into the clinic the same day. Talk soon!
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