Residential Treatment Centers in Illinois

  • Timberline Knolls

    Created especially for adolescent girls and women aged 12 and older who are in need of superior care to heal from eating disorders, mood disorders, and substance use concerns, Timberline Knolls is a leading provider of holistic and transformative residential treatment located in Lemont, Illinois.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00315 View Profile Lemont, IL 60439
  • Foundations Chicago

    Serving the most populous city in the Midwest, Foundations Chicago caters to the unique needs of Windy City residents and those around the country by offering a comprehensive outpatient program.

    View Profile Chicago, IL 60606
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  • The Midwest Institute for Addiction - KC

    A “Quality of Life” approach for clients and their families. Where your experience will exceed your expectations

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00473 View Profile Liberty, MO 64068
  • Foundations Atlanta

    Foundations Atlanta offers comprehensive integrated treatment for addiction and mental health conditions. Our patients learn the skills necessary to integrate recovery into their daily lives.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00359 View Profile Atlanta, GA 30309
  • Wright Institute Los Angeles

    We provide affordable long-term individual & group psychodynamic psychotherapy for those without adequate health insurance benefits or the ability to pay for expensive private treatment. We remain one of the very few settings in LA where no limits are placed on treatment length or session frequency.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00217 View Profile Los Angeles, CA 90064
  • Michael's House Outpatient Center

    Located near the San Jacinto Mountains in Palm Springs, California, Michael's House Outpatient Center provides a healing oasis for individuals seeking recovery in a unique, non-residential setting.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00365 View Profile Palm Springs, CA 92262
  • Surf City Recovery

    Surf City Recovery team consists of dedicated and qualified people who work hard to help patients. This team includes people with MD\'s with emphasis on addiction medicine, psychiatric care with emphasis on dual diagnosis CATC, CATCII, LMFT and CADC certifications..

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00380 View Profile Huntington Beach, CA 92648
  • Tucson Transitional Living

    Tucson Transitional Living is an intimate sober-living residential program dedicated to the recovery of young adults aged 18-25. The core curriculum is highly effective for all forms of substance abuse including drug/alcohol addiction, relapse, SA, eating disorders and dual-diagnosis treatment.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00176 View Profile Tucson, AZ 85712
  • Luminance Recovery

    Luminance Recovery offers holistic addiction treatment in Orange County, CA. Here, you are a client, not a patient.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00480 View Profile San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
  • Life Center of Galax

    Life Center of Galax provides comprehensive personalized treatment services, including detoxification, residential programming, and outpatient care, to adult men and women ages 18 and above who have been struggling with substance abuse, chemical dependency, and dual diagnosis.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00318 View Profile Galax, VA 24333

Treatment Programs Offered at Residential Treatment Centers in Illinois?

Residential treatment centers offer intensive treatment to people who may benefit from immersing themselves in treatment away from home, work, and other daily stressors. These facilities are commonly referred to as rehab centers, in part because they are frequently associated with alcohol and drug recovery programs. Rehab centers treat more than just alcohol and drug addiction, though, and each facility may specialize in treating a specific condition, such as disordered eating or mood issues.

Though there may be some differences among establishments, residents can expect to meet with a mental health professional that will carry out a mental health assessment resulting in an individual treatment plan detailing the mental health services to be provided, the reasons for each service, and the length of treatment. Programs tend to run anywhere from several days to several months, or longer.

Even short-term residential treatment programs have proven to be effective in addressing concerns such as acute tobacco dependency. An intensive eight-day program, for example, demonstrated positive outcomes even six months after treatment. These results were significantly better than for smokers who submitted to outpatient treatment alone. Treatment centers may offer outpatient options as well, for those who prefer to return home on evenings or weekends, and as follow-up for former residents.

Mental Health Care in Illinois

When compared to other states, Illinois received an overall well-being ranking of 22nd for 2013 by the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index. The index ranked the state in the third quintile for emotional health, work environment, and access to basic services, and in the second quintile for life evaluation. In terms of physical health in 2013, the state was ranked 10th in the country.

According to Mental Health America's (MHA) 2014 survey, of all the states, Illinois ranked 16th overall in terms of low prevalence of mental health problems and high access to care. For adult care the state earned an MHA ranking of 8th when compared to other states, while youth care fell to number 19. The state received an MHA need ranking of number 8, placing the state well ahead of many others in the nation.

A 2009 report from the National Alliance on Mental Illness graded all the states on mental health care services. Illinois received a grade of D overall. On measures of consumer and family empowerment, and financing and core treatment/recovery services, the state was awarded a C; and in the categories of health promotion and measurement, and community integration and social inclusion, the state received a D rating.

Data on Illinois Residents

Almost 13 million people were living in Illinois at the end of 2013, roughly 4% of the total American population. Seniors make up 14% of all state residents, and people under the age of 18 make up 24%. Nearly 78% of residents identify as white, and more than 22% of state residents speak a language other than English at home. The median household income for the state is almost $57,000.

References:

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