Individual Counseling • Group Therapy • Case Management • Addiction • Substance Use
The goal of the program is to provide a safe and stable living situation that assists patients in acquiring recovery living skills. Clinically-managed interventions are directed by certified treatment professionals trained in gender specific and culturally sensitive treatment services, to address each patient’s individualized needs to develop and apply recovery skills. By providing structure to the lives of the patients, they may learn to overcome barriers to recovery and problems that precipitate relapse. Treatment services facilitate patient reintegration into the general community through relapse prevention skills, knowledge of the 12-step self-help recovery network, and case management services. The program has a variable length of stay.
Program offerings include:
- Individualized needs assessment and treatment planning
- Continuum of care / aftercare planning, case management, and referral services to promote successful initial involvement or re-involvement in regular and productive daily activity.
- Patients can attend 3-5 in-house 12-step meetings per week. Meetings include Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and Cocaine Anonymous.
- Physician support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by telephone, and in-person when the Haymarket Center physicians are on-site.
- The James West Clinic is open Monday – Friday from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm for the provision of primary health care services.
- For individuals with a substance use problem.
- Some funding available through Illinois DAFA program (Drug/Alcohol Family Assistance) for people with no income or otherwise unable to afford services.
- Undocumented individuals can be accommodated. No documentation required.
- Services provided on a sliding scale
- Medicaid accepted
- Private insurance accepted
- Accepts men
- Adults accepted
How to Apply
Call 312-226-7984 ext 480 (central intake) for intake appointment.Intake is available 8:00am-5:00pm. Patients must undergo an initial assessment, which will place them in residential treatment, outpatient treatment, or Haymarket's recovery home, depending on their needs.
Patients should provide the following:
- Photo ID (preferred but not required).
- Any medication currently being taken.
- proof of income (if applying for sliding scale)