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Palos Health South Campus


15300 West Avenue

Orland Park, IL 60462

At Palos Health they offer both inpatient and outpatient treatment options. This is great because each person has individual needs so different programs can help them. There is even a program with partial hospitalization if someone has a dual diagnosis, which is mental illness along with substance abuse problems.

They also have a kid’s center and therapists on hand to help kids deal with problems in healthy ways. Palos Health is a great center with good options to help get you on your way to a speedy recovery.


The Foglia Family Foundation Residential Treatment Center, Elk Grove Village


935 Beisner Rd.

Elk Grove Village, IL 60007

At Foglia, there is an aim for hospital quality treatment without the same sterilized look to it. This means they strive to make it look and feel like a comforting environment to stay in. Foglia prefers to use classic therapy that has evidence to back up the success of the treatment. They have behavioral therapy, a gym, and practice mindfulness.


Lutheran Social Services of Illinois, Chicago


5825 W. Belmont Ave.

Chicago, IL 60634

The Lutheran Social Services a group that wants to really help their community. They have services for all kinds of groups including mental health services along with treatment for those who use drugs and alcohol.

They have a detox center, run halfway houses, provide both inpatient care and outpatient care and recovery homes.


Chestnut Health Systems


720 W. Chestnut St. in Bloomington, IL.

There are both inpatient and outpatient treatment centers here. They are separated into programs for women and programs for men. They give training in life skills along with addiction treatment and help to prevent relapse into addiction. They also have treatment for a host of other issues like anger management, relationship issues, and parenting based on gender.


Timberline Knolls, Lemont


This treatment center is solely for women. It helps with substance abuse along with other issues like trauma, PTSD, or mood and eating disorders. Many people have these other issues along with their addiction problems so treating them together is quite successful. They have trained and licensed staff on hand to help treat women.

There is a mix of classic treatment and therapy along with psychiatric and medical assessments. They allow families to be fully involved in treatment. They make sure to provide individual care and also help spiritually.