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Alcohol Addiction Treatment in Illinois

Where Can I Find Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Illinois?

It’s important to seek out help if you have an alcoholism problem or know somebody who does. The good news is that there are facilities in your area that can help. There are 633 treatment centers in Illinois that treat substance abuse, and 500 of them treat clients who struggle exclusively with alcoholism.1

Out of those treatment facilities, there are 585 outpatient facilities, 89 residential facilities, and 24 hospital inpatient facilities.1

The closest American Addiction Centers facility is Oxford Treatment Center. Located in the calm rolling hills of North Mississippi, the residential program offers a safe and caring environment. Patients get individualized treatment plans and meet with therapists and medical doctors multiple times a week. The medical staff is on call 24/7 to keep you safe and comfortable.

Oxford combines various novel treatment approaches in addition to trusted and traditional approaches, including equine therapy and holistic and alternative therapies to supplement recovery. Several amenities are included such as an on-site ropes course, labyrinth, golf, gym, frisbee golf, and a sand volleyball court.

You can look for other programs in Illinois using the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) list for rehabilitation facilities, which you can find here.

Where Can I Find Medical Detox Centers in Illinois?

There are a total of 344 non-profit facilities, 263 for-profit facilities, and 26 government facilities in Illinois.1 Your level of alcohol dependence will determine how severe your reaction to quitting alcohol will be. Alcohol withdrawal symptoms can range from mild to life-threatening. Some of the symptoms are irritability, anxiety, agitation, high blood pressure, raised heart rate, seizures, and delirium tremens. Withdrawals can be fatal.2

Going through withdrawals alone is a high risk. A medical detox center offers supervision to help minimize your discomfort as well as treat the medical complications that can risk your health and safety. Detox is the name for the process of allowing your body to process and eliminate alcohol under medical supervision for the symptoms of withdrawal.3 Physicians are on-site at all hours to provide care and manage health.3

You can find detox facilities throughout Illinois by searching the SAMHSA directory here.

Does My Insurance Cover Treatment in Illinois?

Many insurance plans cover addiction treatment, but not all do. You will need to check with your provider to see what they cover and if they will do so out of state. The most popular providers are:

State-Funded Insurance (i.e. Medicaid)

There are about 72 million people who use Medicaid, which is a federal government healthcare coverage program.4 The program is for adults who have low income and need assistance as well as their children, people with certain kinds of disabilities, and the elderly. While Medicaid is funded by the government, each state runs a separate Medicaid program.4

Even if you have been turned down before and your circumstances haven’t changed very much, you may be eligible for Medicaid in Illinois. The Affordable Care Act changed the rules of admission to include more people with less strict income and asset requirements. Not all facilities accept it, but a total of 330 facilities, 52.21% of Illinois facilities, accept Medicaid.1

Illinois Alcohol Use Statistics

  • In 2017, a total of 349 people in Illinois were killed in car crashes involving a driver with a BAC over .08, making up 32% of motor vehicle fatalities.5
  • There are roughly 2,949 binge drinking episodes each month in Illinois.6
  • About 669 cases of Alcohol Use Disorder occur each year in Illinois.6
  • About 636 people in Illinois need but don’t get treatment at a facility for alcohol abuse each year.6

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