Rehab centers in Illinois (INFOGRAPHIC)

Like other states, addiction treatment in Illinois focuses on substance abuse treatment. But what other services and types of care are offered in the State of Illinois? A visual snapshot of rehabs in Illinois here.

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Where can people struggling with addiction find help in Illinois?

The fact is that there are over 600 facilities treating addiction in the state of Illinois, with just over an 85% bed fill rate.  So, what can the 40,000+ people receiving addiction treatment in Illinois expect?

Find time to check out this infographic based on recent SAMHSA reports to learn more! We provide you with a better understanding of the organizational structure, capacities, and type of care offer in Illinois.  Plus a section on ways to pay for addiction rehab services in Illinois.

Rehab centers in Illinois (INFOGRAPHIC)

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Addiction rehab centers in Illinois

A brief look here will give you a snapshot of addiction treatment facilities in Illinois. Some facts you might find interesting include:

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  • Illinois treatment facilities have an average capacity of 33 beds per facility.
  • Rehab centers in Illinois offer treatment to ~40,000 patients at any point in time.
  • What type of care does Illinois offer? Both inpatient and outpatient care are available, but the majority of people (about 90%) receive addiction treatment without being admitted to a treatment center or a hospital.
  • Up to 60% of the primary focus of Illinois’ addiction facilities is on substance abuse treatment. However, general healthcare and mental health services are available in Illinois, as well.

Questions about rehab in Illinois

The first in a series of three, we hope to inform on the need for an access to addiction rehab centers in Illinois. If you have any questions or concerns, please leave them in the comments section below. All your comments are welcomed and appreciated, and we will try our best to provide you with a personal and prompt response.

NOTE: Under the section titled “Types of Care”, inpatient, outpatient and residential, percentages may overlap. This is because some treatment centers offer a mix of those services.
About the author
Lee Weber is a published author, medical writer, and woman in long-term recovery from addiction. Her latest book, The Definitive Guide to Addiction Interventions is set to reach university bookstores in early 2019.

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  1. Hi Rod. Great question. According to SAMHSA’s supporting documentation (dated from 2005), short term residential care is generally considered to be a stay of 28 days to one month or less. Long term residential care is considered anything OVER one month. I’ll get in touch with them directly to confirm that this is still true and update you here.

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