MacNeal Hospital offers inpatient medical detoxification for individuals with substance use disorders. Medical staff monitor patients to ensure safe withdrawal. Buprenorphine (Suboxone) is administered to ease withdrawal symptoms: patients with opioid use disorder may receive methadone during detox if medically advised. Following detox, patients are referred to continuing substance use treatment. Aftercare support is available. For more information, call 708-783-3140 (Behavioral Health).
- Interpreters Available
-MacNeal accepts a variety of Medicaid, Medicare, and private HMO and PPO insurance plans, including Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Community Care Alliance, County Care, Family Health Network, Harmony, Humana, IlliniCare, Meridian, and Molina.
-Financial assistance is available to those who qualify.
-Interpreters are available via a language line if needed. MacNeal Hospital has Polish speaking and Spanish speaking staff, but they are not part of the behavioral health unit and not always available.
- Medicaid accepted
- Medicare accepted
- Private insurance accepted
How to Apply
Walk in to the emergency room for an assessment. If medical staff determine that detox is not appropriate, you will be referred to alternate treatment. If appropriate, you will be admitted to the detox program. There are generally beds available, so you are advised to be prepared for immediate admission. Please bring the following:
-Insurance card, if applicable
-Several changes of clothes