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Who We Are

We are the men and women of your communities in Illinois. We are just like everyone else except at some point in our lives we have been addicted to drugs.

There is a stigma toward those who use drugs. This stigma is both unhealthy and majorly unhelpful for those people who really want to change their lives and get better. Support has been proven to be the most important part of recovery.

It can be hard for those who have been using drugs for a long time. Drug use often drives off friends and family and others who care about the addict. This is because they often get hurt seeing their loved one spiral off into the unknown.

We provide safe spaces for those in Illinois who have no one else. We often become family for people.

We are a close-knit community that doesn’t accept outside donations and does nothing for profit. Illinois, like many other states, has a huge problem with drug addiction. It is up to us to provide an outlet for people who don’t know what else to do with their time but don’t want to relapse to using drugs again.

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Health Support

  • Tell Everyone

    Make sure you prepare everyone for the reality of going to rehab. It can be embarrassing to admit that you are going to get this help, but that doesn’t mean you should leave your job in the lurch.

  • Get Your Finances In Order

    Bills still need to be paid along with other things. Try and pay in advance or set them up to be automatically paid if you need to.

  • Get Your Essentials Packed

    Of course, you need to prepare and pack your things to go to rehab, but don’t bring all of your stuff. This is because you really only need the essentials

  • Be carefull

    Possessions can be a distraction or even get stolen. You’re starting over, so only bring enough to give you what you need for the duration of your stay.


Get Recovered in Easy Steps

  • We admit we are powerless over our addiction. 

  • We believe that a Power higher than ourselves can restore us to sanity.

  • We have decided to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God.

  • We have made a searching moral inventory.

  • Our common welfare comes first.

  • There is only one ultimate authority—a loving God as he may express Himself.

  • The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using.

  • Every group is autonomous except in matters affecting other groups.

How To Find Us

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    2778 Star Route
    Chicago, Illinois

  • 708-662-5765

  • info@forestsandcommunities.org

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