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Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in Glenview, IL

Glenview, IL has several nearby treatment choices including: 2 medicaid treatment centers, 0 inpatient rehab center, 2 drug rehabs that take PPO insurance like Cigna, 0 drug and alcohol detox, 4 outpatient treatment programs.

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Alcohol and Drug Treatment Programs Serving the Glenview, Illinois Area:

    drug treatment facility - Renacer Latino Inc IL
    4255 Commercial Way
    Glenview, IL. 60025

    Renacer Latino, Inc. is committed to providing an assortment of quality cultural sensitive services to assist a diverse population of individuals, families, and communities. Our goal is to provide professional, qualified, and culturally appropriate behavioral health services by empowering clients to improve the quality of their lives through education, treatment and advocacy. A long term goal of our organization is to provide to the under-served populations.
    alcohol rehab program - PEER Services Inc IL
    3633 West Lake Avenue
    Glenview, IL. 60026

    PEER Services is a 501c(3) organization whose mission is to eliminate substance use and the problems it causes for individuals, families, and communities through collaborative, high-quality prevention and treatment services. We have provided community-based substance abuse prevention and treatment services to residents of Evanston, Northfield, New Trier, Maine and Niles Townships, and the north side of Chicago since 1975. PEER Services is licensed to provide substance abuse treatment by the Illinois Department of Human Services' Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse. PEER Services is also certified by the National Center for Substance Abuse Treatment and accredited by the Joint Commission, which is recognized as the gold standard for healthcare organizations throughout the country. We are staffed by highly trained specialists in the field of substance abuse prevention and treatment, and we use cutting-edge, effective, research-based treatment methods. Our prevention team includes prevention specialists who have received State and National training in evidence-based strategies. Our interdisciplinary treatment team includes a physician, nurses, masters level counselors, certified addiction counselors, and family therapists. We use a holistic approach to treatment, recognizing that substance use can impact a person's body, mind, and spirit. Since 1975, we have helped transform the lives of thousands of teens and adults as they open the door to a healthier, brighter future. Each life we save helps to strengthen a family as well as a community.

    Eric Gordon and AssociatesSAMHSA

    drug rehab facility - Eric Gordon and Associates IL
    2644 Dempster Street
    Park Ridge, IL. 60068

    Eric Gordon and Associates is 2.9 miles from Glenview, Illinois

    EGA provides DUI services. We are a DUI Service Provider. Alcohol/drug risk/remedial education, levels 1, 11 and 111 out-patient treatment. Court and Secretary of State evaluations. Full psychological services.

    Family Behavioral Health ClinicSAMHSA

    alcohol treatment facility - Family Behavioral Health Clinic IL
    1455 East Golf Road
    Des Plaines, IL. 60016

    Family Behavioral Health Clinic is 3.8 miles from Glenview, Illinois

    Family Behavioral Health Clinic is known for dedicating its addiction services to the people who struggle with alcohol and drug use disorders in Glenview and its surrounding areas.

    Services are provided on an individual basis to ensure clients find full recovery in the long term. Family Behavioral Health Clinic has also specialized in cognitive/behavior therapy, motivational interviewing, relapse prevention, brief intervention approach, anger management, trauma-related counseling, and others - as well as other treatment methods such as self-help groups, programs for the hearing impaired, social skills development, veterans, treatment for spanish-speaking clients, clients referred from the court/judicial system, and more.

    Additionally, Family Behavioral Health Clinic has programs such as outpatient day treatment, long term drug rehab centers, inpatient detoxification centers, short term rehab facilities, inpatient drug rehab facilities for clients with addictions to drugs and alcohol. The substance abuse treatment center uses treatment methods that can provide permanent stability to anyone with an alcohol and drug use issue. Finally, Family Behavioral Health Clinic accepts clients with different types of payment methods - including cash or self-payment, private insurance, medicare, medicaid, military insurance, access to recovery (atr) voucher, state welfare or child and family services funds and others.

      Commonly Asked Questions about Addiction and Treatment

      What will a rehab do to help me get through my withdrawal symptoms?

      Rehabilitation centers use a combination of medical, psychological, and supportive care to help you manage and overcome withdrawal symptoms during the detoxification stage of recovery. Here's what you can expect:

      Medical Supervision and Care: During withdrawal, you'll be under the constant care of medical professionals who monitor your vital signs and general health. This is crucial because withdrawal from certain substances can be life-threatening.

      Medication-Assisted Treatment: Depending on the substance you're withdrawing from and the severity of your symptoms, the medical team may administer medications to alleviate discomfort and reduce cravings. For example, methadone or buprenorphine might be used for opioid withdrawal, while benzodiazepines might be used for alcohol withdrawal.

      Psychological Support: Mental health professionals provide psychological support during withdrawal. This might include individual counseling, group therapy, or cognitive-behavioral techniques to help manage cravings and cope with the emotional stress of withdrawal.

      Comfort Measures: Rehab centers often use comfort measures to help manage withdrawal symptoms. These might include a quiet and comfortable room to rest in, nutritional support, hydration, and complementary therapies such as acupuncture, massage, or yoga.

      Preparation for Ongoing Treatment: Detox and withdrawal management are just the first steps in the recovery process. While helping you through withdrawal, staff at the rehab center will also be preparing you for the next phases of treatment, which may include therapy, medication management, and skill-building to maintain long-term sobriety.

      Peer Support: Many rehab centers facilitate peer support groups, where you can share experiences and coping strategies with others who are going through a similar process.

      How can a homeless person get help for substance abuse?

      For homeless individuals struggling with substance abuse, accessing help can be particularly challenging due to factors such as limited resources, absence of stable housing, and potential co-occurring mental health disorders. However, there are a number of avenues that a homeless person can explore to get help:

      Government Programs: Many cities have government-funded programs that provide services for homeless individuals, including substance abuse treatment. These may include detoxification, outpatient counseling, residential treatment, and medication-assisted treatment. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) are two significant sources of such assistance.

      Community Health Clinics: Community health clinics often offer a range of services, including substance abuse treatment, on a sliding scale based on income. These clinics also frequently provide referrals to other necessary services.

      Nonprofit Organizations: Many nonprofit organizations offer resources and support for homeless individuals struggling with substance abuse. These may include recovery support groups, transitional housing, job training programs, and other services.

      Outreach Programs: Outreach programs are designed to connect with individuals who may not seek help on their own. Outreach workers may go to places where homeless individuals congregate to provide resources and assistance.

      Housing First Programs: These programs, which prioritize providing individuals with stable housing without requiring sobriety or participation in treatment first, have been shown to be effective in helping people maintain recovery and improve their quality of life.

      Emergency Departments and Hospitals: In a crisis, emergency medical personnel can provide immediate assistance and connect individuals with longer-term substance abuse treatment resources.

      Veterans Services: If the individual is a veteran, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs offers many services, including substance abuse treatment, mental health services, and housing assistance.

      How can I tell if I am an enabler?

      "Enabling is a behavior often seen in the relationships of individuals struggling with addiction. An enabler, often without realizing it, may protect the individual with addiction from the consequences of their behavior, thus indirectly encouraging continued substance use. If you're unsure whether you might be enabling someone's addiction, consider the following signs:

      • Rescuing: If you frequently find yourself covering up or making excuses for the individual's substance use or its consequences - like calling in sick to their job for them, paying their bills, or lying to others to conceal their addiction - this could be enabling.
      • Denying: If you downplay the severity of their addiction, dismiss the negative impact it has, or avoid discussing it entirely, you may be enabling.
      • Avoiding Conflict: If you consistently avoid confrontations or difficult conversations about their substance use out of fear it may cause tension or lead them to use more, this can be a form of enabling.
      • Taking on Their Responsibilities: If you've taken on their duties - like household chores, parenting responsibilities, or work commitments - to compensate for their inability or unwillingness to fulfill them due to their addiction, you could be enabling.
      • Providing Financial Support: If you're frequently giving them money, which they could be using to support their addiction, or bailing them out of financial problems caused by their substance use, this is often a clear sign of enabling.
      • Ignoring Damaging Behaviors: If you tend to overlook or dismiss destructive or harmful behaviors associated with their addiction, you may be enabling.

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