Illinois Drug Rehabs

Heroin and crack addiction are the most common illicit drug problems in Illinois. As a result, numerous rehabs, capable of treating any addiction, have sprung up over the years to help curb the epidemic of abuse in the state.

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    Addiction Treatment in Illinois

    Find Drug and Alcohol Rehab in IllinoisIn 2013, over 33,000 people in Illinois checked into rehab or sought some other form of treatment for their addiction. The drugs most commonly abused by Illinoisans include heroin, marijuana, alcohol and crack.

    From high-end, private residential centers to state-funded rehab, Illinois has treatment for people from all backgrounds with any addiction.

    There are dozens of treatment centers in Chicago and its surrounding suburbs. Illinois has rehabs up and down the state, including ones that are more secluded from busier, more populated areas. We can help you find a rehab near you right now.

    Should I travel for treatment?

    Depending on your treatment needs, addiction rehabs in Illinois may offer more than the rehabs in your area. Residents in the Midwest often travel to top rehabs in Illinois for better treatment, but also to get away from their current environment. Many people seek a change of scenery during addiction treatment because so many parts of their old environment are associated with drug and alcohol use. Getting away from that minimizes distractions during treatment and helps prevent relapse.

    Illinois Drug Statistics



    Approximately 40 percent of accidental deaths in Illinois are related to alcohol abuse.



    Over 9 percent of Illinois residents needed, but did not receive, treatment for a drug or alcohol addiction between 2009 and 2010.



    Drug overdose deaths in Illinois increased nearly 50 percent between 1999 and 2013.

    Illinois State Addiction Services

    The state of Illinois has extensive programs addressing the problem of addiction among its residents. The Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (DASA), part of the Illinois Department of Human Services, is the primary provider of services for addicted people.

    Illinois residents can access these services through agencies found in most communities in the state. The state designed these agencies to help assess and treat people close to their homes.

    Addiction services offered by DASA include:

    • Psychiatric evaluation
    • Early intervention services
    • Case management
    • Outpatient treatment
    • Individual counseling
    • Intensive outpatient treatment
    • Detoxification
    • Residential rehabilitation

    The state of Illinois also offers a program called Extended Care, which is outpatient treatment for those who have completed residential rehab. Extended Care provides additional support for those transitioning to life after rehab.

    Although any Illinois resident can use these services, certain people are given priority for treatment. Some of these high-priority groups include:

    • Pregnant women (especially intravenous drug users)
    • Women with children
    • People referred to the Department of Children and Family Services
    • Low-income families
    • Those recently released from jail

    The rates of drug use drop considerably six months after treatment at an Illinois state treatment center.[/high

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      Harm Reduction Laws in Illinois

      There are several laws in the state of Illinois designed to minimize the impact of substance abuse in each community. Some of these include:

      • 911 Good Samaritan law – This law protects drug offenders in Illinois calling 911 in the event of an overdose. The person making the call can avoid charges for drug possession as a result of helping save someone’s life.
      • Rescue drug law – In 2010, it became legal for non-medical persons to administer naloxone in the event of an opiate overdose. Naloxone reverses the effects of opiates like heroin. During this year, programs approved through the state’s Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse began distributing naloxone.
      • HIV Counseling and Testing – Illinois has 37 state-funded programs for those who have HIV or are at risk of contracting the infection. The purpose of these programs is to reduce the rates of HIV transmission, especially among intravenous drug users, by teaching methods to protect oneself and counseling to prevent infecting others.
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      Illinois Medicaid and Addiction Treatment

      In Illinois, those who are eligible can use Medicaid to cover the costs of addiction treatment. Medicaid is a government-funded health insurance program for low-income individuals.

      Illinois is among the states that expanded Medicaid benefits and coverage in 2014 under the Affordable Care Act, also known as “Obamacare.” In Illinois, Medicaid now covers the costs of inpatient drug rehab and detoxification programs. While not all rehabs accept Medicaid, many programs accept other types of insurance.

      Illinois Drug Courts

      The drug court system in Illinois gives nonviolent drug offenders an alternative to incarceration — help for their addiction. The purpose of these drug courts is to reduce repeat offenses that lead to multiple incarcerations.

      Drug courts help first-time or previous low-level offenders who are charged with a nonviolent drug violation.

      Drugs courts allow these individuals to avoid conviction by attending treatment for their substance abuse. Upon completion of the treatment program, charges may be dropped or a sentence reduced or removed (if they had a previous offense).

      Find Addiction Treatment in Illinois

      There are so many resources in Illinois for addicted people and their families who are looking for help. Whether you’re looking for an outpatient treatment center near home or a residential rehab in a removed area of the state, we can help. Contact a treatment specialist now to find a rehab that’s right for you.

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