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Buprenorphine (Suboxone) Treatment Program

Buprenorphine (Suboxone) Treatment Program

Center for Addictive Problems

Medication assisted treatment for individuals ages 17 and older with opioid use disorder.

Services Offered

Medication Assisted Treatment • Suboxone • Opioid Use Disorder • Substance Use


Suboxone, a combination of buprenorphine with naloxone, is used as a long-term treatment for opioid addiction as an alternative to methadone maintenance for patients with a minimal addiction history. Buprenorphine helps reduce withdrawal symptoms, block drug cravings, and reduce dependence on opioid drugs. The addition of naloxone prevents intentional misuse by blocking the effects of the drug and causing immediate withdrawal when not used as directed.

Clients return to the clinic each month for a drug screening before receiving a new prescription. Substance use counseling services are available for an additional fee.


609 N. Wells St., Chicago, IL 60654 41.8927503 -87.6338453

Service Options

Languages Spoken

  • English


-For adults 18 years of age or older, or 17 years old with parent or guardian consent.
-Must have a short addiction history, minimal daily use of opiates, or currently stable on 30 mg or less of methadone.
-There is a $350 intake fee and $200.00 per month service fee. Fees do not include the cost of medication.
-Insurance is not accepted.


  • Adults accepted

How to Apply

Call 312-266-0404 to schedule an intake appointment. Intake is generally done after 7:00am. You must bring the following:

-Valid Photo ID
-Intake fee

You will begin by meeting with a counselor to complete paperwork and an assessment. Then, a nurse will check your vital signs and complete lab work. Finally, you will meet with a doctor who will assess your withdrawal symptoms and determine an appropriate starting dose of medication. You must undergo a drug screening to confirm the presence of opiates in your system and test for the presence of other illicit substances (e.g., cocaine, THC, amphetamines, benzodiazepines) that may interfere with treatment. Please allow 3 hours to complete the intake process. If eligible for treatment, you will receive a prescription immediately following intake.

Other Locations

Center for Addictive Problems
Program Phone: (312) 266-0404
609 N. Wells St.
Chicago, IL 60654
CAP of Downers Grove
Program Phone: (312) 266-0404
4954 Main St.
Downers Grove, IL 60515