A fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, and hope in order to solve their common problems.
Alateen is for young people whose lives have been affected by someone else's drinking.
A fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
You’re More Than Your Addiction. Regain Your Life With AMITA Health. Addiction is a neurological disorder that can occur in many forms, hurting those who suffer and their loved ones. We understand the emotional, physical, and financial consequences and we’re here to help. Our caring experts use advanced, proven methods of care and cognitive behavioral therapies in a judgment-free environment. Take the first step toward regaining your life. Call 877.262.5048 for more information or to schedule a free screening.
CarePoint delivers social services to marginalized and underprivileged populations acutely affected by HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis and STDs, substance abuse, incarceration, homelessness and youth at risk.
Hours: Weekdays 10am-4pm
Harm Reduction is an alternative to traditional all or nothing approaches to “addiction” treatment. Harm Reduction is based on humane, rational, and evidence based models of therapy. As such, it recognizes that a strict 12 Step or Disease model doesn’t apply meaningfully to all people. It does recognize that we and our sources of unhappiness are complex and involve work, home, significant relationships, emotional experiences including trauma, and our means of coping on a daily basis.
We are here to help reduce the negative impact of drugs, alcohol, gambling, self injury, and the like on individuals, their families and communities.
Connections for the Homeless serves and catalyzes our community to end homelessness, one person at a time.
Prevention: Short-term financial assistance for individuals and families at-risk of losing their home.
Community & Shelter: Overnight shelter for male-identifying adults and access to comprehensive services. Site-based outreach services for people who are homeless to access basic necessities including showers, laundry, storage, food, clothing, and an on-site health clinic.
Housing: Transitional housing for youth and families experiencing housing insecurity. Permanent housing and rapid rehousing for individuals and families who are homeless. All participants have access to comprehensive services.
Expert and comprehensive treatment for the full spectrum of psychiatric and psychological Disorders and Conditions. Clinical Services offers general psychiatric medication management and a variety of psychotherapeutic approaches, in addition to a number of specialty programs designed to address the specific needs of patients, from childhood through late life.
The Doreen E. Chapman Center at Evanston Hospital provides outpatient treatment for adults and their families struggling with alcohol addiction and substance abuse. The Chapman Center also offers effective, coordinated services to individuals who have an addiction and a co-occurring mental disorder or chronic pain. Brochure.
A coalition of community groups, agencies and individuals who are working together to prevent the abuse and misuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs (ATOD) in the Evanston community.
Provides a forum for networking and dissemination of information about substance abuse, underage drinking and relevant policy issues.
Task groups currently active are: ETHS Ambassadors Task Group, Prescription Drug Task Group, Tobacco Task Group.
Treatment for drug dependency and addiction. Extensive substance abuse prevention counseling for adults and youth.
Youth early intervention program for at-risk teens, outpatient program for teens who meet the diagnostic criteria for substance abuse diagnosis, and intensive treatment program for teens struggling with substance abuse and addiction.
Individualized treatment plan for young adults and adults struggling with substance abuse and addiction.
Specialized treatment for older adults with alcohol, prescription and/or illegal drug misuse or abuse problems.
For more information, contact Christine McCall, Clinical Director, 847-492-1778, email@example.com
PEER Services’ Adult Treatment Program is an award-winning specialized outpatient treatment program that helps adults and seniors with alcohol, prescription and/or illegal drug misuse or abuse problems. We offer confidential individual therapy as well as group help and support.
Note: Office also in Glenview at 3633 West Lake Avenue, Suite 305.
Provides specialized classes, support groups, substance abuse, and mental health treatment programs. Provides specialized outpatient care for a wide range of behavioral problems, including:
- Mood disorders such as depression
- Bipolar disorder (manic depression)
- Serious and longer-term mental illness (SMI)
- Anxiety disorders, including panic attacks and post-traumatic stress
- Obsessive-compulsive disorders
- Anger management
- Eating disorders, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia and overeating
- Addictive behaviors, including substance abuse and gambling
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Other comprehensive services include:
1. Outpatient mental health counseling and psychiatric treatment for adults, teens and children – including individual, couple, family and group therapy
2. Intensive outpatient program for teens to address emotional or behavioral challenges by improving their social skills, self-esteem, coping skills, communication and insight
3. Substance abuse treatment for adults and adolescents, including intensive outpatient treatment, DUI services, medication assisted treatment and HIV testing
4. Parenting classes and support groups
5. Mental health residential program for adults, including short-term, long-term and transitional housing
6. Crisis services with 24-hour crisis intervention and psychiatric pre-screening
7. Anger management programs for adults and adolescents
8. Domestic violence group for males and females
Most major insurance plans are accepted as well as Medicare and Medicaid. Discounted rates are available for those who qualify.
17 North Dearborn Street
Welcome to the newly designed and branded Chicagoland LGBT Services Directory - now Queery. Queery is easier to use, packed with more features, new service listings, and will soon be an app for download to use on the go. Come back often as we update services regularly. Service categories include Basic Needs, Mental Health, Legal, Substance Use, Social, Health, Networks, and In Crisis.
Serves adults with mental illness. Agency offers psychiatric consultation, case management, housing, employment skills development, job placement physical well-being services, education and substance abuse treatment. Services not covered by insurance are offered on a sliding scale. Programs are funded in part by the Evanston Mental Health Board.
TPAN provides healthcare and empowers people affected by HIV and health disparities. Our programs and services include peer-led programming, youth services, mental health and group therapy and counseling, education, patient/client advocacy, and services for older adults. We provide care to a broad community of people affected by HIV and health challenges, including LGBTQ individuals, people of color, and vulnerable individuals from across the Chicago metropolitan area.
Hours of operation:
Monday – Thursday: 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Friday: 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Offers mental health and substance abuse counseling for veterans. Walk-ins are welcome, but appointments are encouraged.
Open 8:00am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday, but in an effort to better serve veterans and family members, upon request, Vet Centers will provide services after normal work hours and/or on weekends.
Yellowbrick is a private, physician-owned and -operated psychiatric healthcare organization whose mission is to provide a full-spectrum, specialized approach to the emotional, psychological and developmental challenges of young adults, 18-29.