Belleville, IL Rehab Centers | Detox | Inpatient Rehab
- Belleville Treatment Programs
- Medical Detox
- Inpatient Rehab
- Outpatient Rehab
- Medical-Assisted Treatment
- Insurance Coverage For Rehab
St. Clair County saw a 31.5% increase in drug overdose deaths from 2019 to 2020. Overdose deaths increased from 73 in 2019 to 96 in 2020.
With over 40 rehab facilities in the Belleville area, help is available. Whether you’re looking for detox, outpatient treatment, or aftercare, there are a number of treatment services in this region.
Substance Abuse Treatment In Belleville, Illinois
The Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (DASA) and the Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery (SUPR) are two agencies in Illinois that work on managing some of the community-based substance abuse recovery programs.
To learn more about addiction treatment in and around Belleville, you can:
- explore the Illinois Helpline for Opioids & Other Substances
- call The United Way at 211 for mental health or addiction treatment resources
- check out the St. Clair Mental Health Board website
- find local treatment programs using the SAMHSA treatment locator website
Belleville Alcohol & Drug Treatment Programs
Alcohol and drug treatment in Belleville offers a variety of services. Depending on your needs, one of the following services may be part of your treatment plan:
- medical detox program
- inpatient/residential care
- outpatient treatment
- medication-assisted treatment
- dual-diagnosis treatment
Medical Drug & Alcohol Detox
Medical detox or detoxification is a short-term process that likely begins your recovery journey. You’re medically supervised by a healthcare professional while you withdraw from drugs and/or alcohol.
Withdrawal symptoms, especially from certain drugs and alcohol, can be quite severe. Medical detox ensures you’re in a safe environment when those symptoms start to show up. Medication may be prescribed to make the symptoms more manageable.
Residential/Inpatient Drug Rehab
With inpatient or residential drug rehab, you stay at the treatment facility for the entirety of your time there. Rehab programs at residential facilities can last anywhere from a few weeks to a couple of months.
While there, you have access to clinicians and therapists around the clock. They likely provide behavioral therapy, dual-diagnosis treatment for co-occurring mental health disorders, and teach you coping strategies to help with relapse prevention.
Outpatient rehab can be very similar to inpatient treatment; you just go home after each session instead of staying at the facility. Sessions occur multiple times per week and may last up to 3-5 hours.
Opioid & Alcohol Treatment Programs
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is one of the unique forms of treatment for those struggling with opioid or alcohol addiction. During this treatment, healthcare providers may prescribe you Suboxone or naltrexone to help with the cravings.
These medications don’t make the cravings go away entirely but do make them more bearable.
The support you find during inpatient or outpatient treatment doesn’t have to stop there. Some rehab centers also have aftercare resources like sober-living houses, employment assistance, and support group meetings.
Using these resources can help sustain the progress you’ve made while in treatment.
Using Health Insurance For Addiction Treatment In Belleville, Illinois
Because addiction treatment is considered an essential service, private health insurance and Medicaid/Medicare may cover some of the cost. To learn more about how to use your insurance, you can:
- contact your private insurance for an overview of your benefits and how to use them to pay for treatment
- look over your insurance policy to learn about your benefits and how they work
- call treatment centers to ask about paying with insurance
If you’re uninsured, search for state-funded or non-profit programs around the area. You can also use the United Way’s 211 to find more information on affordable programs.
Addiction Treatment At Ark Behavioral Health
At Ark Behavioral Health, we understand that addiction treatment is not one size fits all. Everyone has their own needs, which is why we offer a range of treatment programs so you or your loved one can get the help that’s best for you.
To learn more about the treatment we offer, please call our helpline today.
Illinois Department of Public Health - Drug Overdose Deaths, Illinois Residents, 2019-2020
Illinois Department of Human Services - Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse
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