Drug & alcohol addiction treatment and mental health services for Chicago and in locations near Chicago

Rosecrance offers a full continuum of substance addiction rehabilitation services, including substance use prevention and addiction treatment, under the guidance of our caring staff of licensed treatment professionals. Our programs in the Chicagoland area provide evidence-based addiction rehab for substance use and mental health disorders in environments that foster lasting recovery.

Addiction treatment services offered in the Chicago and surrounding suburbs include:

  • Confidential drug use, alcohol use, substance use evaluations (for you, individuals, families, friends of those in addiction)
  • Prevention and early addiction intervention services in the Frankfort, La Grange, Chicago‘s Lakeview neighborhood, Naperville/Warrenville and Northbrook Illinois addiction rehab locations
  • Chicago Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Treatment Programs (IOP) in the Frankfort, La Grange and Northbrook treatment locations
  • Chicago Adult Intensive Outpatient Treatment Centers Programs (IOP) for addiction and alcoholism in our Chicago Lakeview addiction rehab treatment center, Frankfort, La Grange, and Northbrook, Illinois facilities
  • Chicago Adult Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) at our Lakeview location
  • Chicago addiction recovery, alcoholism treatment, substance use disorder & sober living/sobriety home for younger adults, students and adults at Lakeview Chicago
  • Assistance to families who need help finding further addiction rehabilitation resources
  • Presentations, training, and online recovery resources for professionals, community organizations, parents and students
  • Drug screenings

Residential Drug Addiction Recovery Treatment and Mental Health Treatment Services

We also offer access to residential drug abuse treatment, mental health programs, and rehab treatment for co-occurring disorders just a short 90 minutes away from Chicago, in Rockford, IL. Our Griffin Williamson Campus offers residential rehabilitation treatment for teens, and our Harrison Campus offers residential addiction treatment for adults.

Addiction treatment recovery centers across Chicago

Chicago inpatient recovery & Chicago outpatient recovery treatment locations

Rosecrance River North in Illinois

Rosecrance River North (Chicago, IL)
Substance use disorder IOP rehabilitation, alcohol addiction & mental health treatment in the city of Chicago, near the Loop.

Rosecrance Chicago-Norwood Park

Rosecrance Chicago-Norwood Park
Substance use treatment for adults & mental health treatment for children, teens, young adults, and adults, near O’Hare Airport.

Rosecrance lakeview building

Chicago Recovery: Rosecrance Lakeview
Alcohol, drug, substance use disorder & addictions rehab center in Chicago. Drug abuse treatment for young adults and adults seeking recovery in the Chicago Metro Area. Near Lake Michigan & Wrigley Field, this Chicago recovery center offers alcoholism treatment, residential rehabilitation, IOP, PHP, and licensed sober living for adults.

Rosecrance Frankfort building

Frankfort, IL
Substance use disorder IOP rehabilitation, alcohol addiction & mental health treatment in Will County, Illinois, just south of the Chicago metropolitan area.

Rosecrance Warrenville office

Naperville/Warrenville, IL
Substance abuse rehabilitation, alcohol abuse & mental health treatment along the DuPage River near Chicago, for teens, young adults, and adults.

Rosecrance Northbrook building

Northbrook, IL
Drug addiction rehabilitation IOP, outpatient alcohol abuse & mental health treatment center in Northbrook, a suburb of Chicago, serving teens, younger adults or millennials, and adults.

Rosecrance building La Grange

La Grange, IL
A drug abuse IOP rehabilitation & mental health treatment center, for teens, young adults and adults, in La Grange, IL, just southwest of the Chicago metro area.

Rosecrance offers Alcohol Abuse and Alcohol Addiction Treatment that Leads to Success and Sobriety

Alcohol is legal and accepted in society. Alcohol’s also the most commonly consumed addictive substance in the United States. Tens of millions of Americans have dependency or addiction to alcohol that negatively impacts their lives. In addition, millions more Americans — including teens and adolescents — are at risk for problem drinking and alcohol addiction/alcoholism, which is a clinically recognized disease.

Is alcoholism really a disease?

It is true that alcoholism, like drug addiction, is a disease. In fact, it has the same fundamental characteristics as other physical diseases:

  • It is progressive – Without effective alcoholism treatment, it will worsen over time
  • Alcoholism can be fatal – If not treated, it can and often does lead to death
  • There is an inherited biological connection – Genetics can cause an increased likelihood or greater probability of someone having the disease of alcoholism
  • Alcoholism is predictable – Like other physical diseases, alcoholism has symptoms that are entirely predictable regardless of whom alcohol addiction affects.

Alcoholism is a disease, but you still bear responsibility

Because alcoholism (like drug addiction) is a disease, people may think this means that an adult alcoholic or teen alcoholic isn’t responsible for his or her condition. But just like with other diseases — such as lung cancer and heart disease — there is a clear connection between lifestyle and the onset of a physical problem due to alcohol abuse. For example, it’s well known that a poor diet can lead to heart disease.

As with these other diseases, individuals addicted to alcohol need to get proper medical care and follow their doctors’ advice. They will probably have to make lifestyle changes and get treatment — regardless of how the condition developed. In other words, people struggling with alcohol addiction have a disease and, to get healthy and live a life full of hope purpose and passion, they need to receive treatment.

Alcohol addiction is a lifelong disease, but treatment can lead to recovery

If you are addicted to drugs or alcohol, you can stop using by actively taking part in an effective, evidence-based treatment and recovery process. You won’t be cured, but you can live life well in recovery. Recovery means that, while you will no longer drink or use drugs, you will be fully aware that you will always be susceptible to alcohol or drugs and, therefore, will need to continue following your new lifestyle.

It’s important to remember that Alcohol addiction (alcoholism) has profound effects on you as a person. This means that, even when you no longer drink, your experiences as an alcoholic have had a lasting impact on how you view yourself and the world around you.

Trust Rosecrance for experienced, individualized and comprehensive treatment for alcoholism in Illinois, in Central Illinois, in Northern Illinois, in and around Chicago, and in and near Sioux City, Iowa

At Rosecrance, we’ve developed an evidence-based program rooted in the 12 Steps that uses a range of clinical, medical, educational and experiential therapies to create a comprehensive treatment plan specifically designed for you. Your length of stay in any alcoholism treatment programs depends on your progress toward your treatment goals. These goals will be determined by you, your counselor and, when appropriate, your family.

To learn more about treatment for alcoholism and alcohol addiction at Rosecrance, visit these links:

You can also give us a call. We know that talking about alcoholism, or any substance use disorder involving you or a loved one, can feel overwhelming. That’s why we want to make the first step as simple as possible. It begins with a phone call. If you need help, call the licensed alcoholism/substance abuse treatment professionals at Rosecrance at (866) 330-8729.