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    Buffalo Grove, Illinois Addiction Treatment Services

    If you or a loved one lives with substance use disorder, researching local treatment facilities in Buffalo Grove is a great place to start.

    With over 40 recovery centers in and around Buffalo Grove, you’re likely to find at least one that has the types of addiction treatment programs you need.

    Substance Abuse Treatment In Buffalo Grove, Illinois

    Substance abuse treatment in Cook and Lake counties include treatment centers that are either managed or funded by the Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (DASA), a part of the Illinois Department of Human Services.

    To learn more about treatment in Buffalo Grove, you can:

    Buffalo Grove Alcohol & Drug Treatment Programs

    Alcohol and drug rehab centers in Buffalo Grove offer different levels of care depending on the severity of your alcohol and/or drug addiction and what your needs are. The levels of care you might see in your treatment plan include:

    • medical detox
    • inpatient/residential treatment
    • outpatient treatment
    • medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
    • dual-diagnosis treatment for co-occurring mental health disorders
    • aftercare support

    Medical Drug & Alcohol Detox

    A medical detox program is a relatively short-term process that involves being medically supervised by healthcare professionals while you withdraw from drugs and/or alcohol. During the detoxification, you may experience a series of withdrawal symptoms. 

    A doctor may provide you with medication to ensure your safety and that the withdrawal symptoms aren’t too unpleasant.

    Learn more about Medical Detox

    Residential/Inpatient Drug Rehab

    Inpatient drug rehab consists of staying at a treatment facility and having 24/7 access to clinicians and therapists who specialize in addiction. Inpatient programs can last anywhere from a few weeks to several months.

    While there, you may be provided with behavioral therapy, group therapy, family services, and coping strategies to aid in relapse prevention.

    Learn more about Inpatient Rehab

    Outpatient Treatment

    Outpatient drug/alcohol treatment like intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) and partial hospitalization programs (PHPs) can offer similar treatment services as inpatient treatment, you just don’t stay at the facility 24/7. 

    Sessions are usually 2-3 times a week for 3-5 hours at a time. Once a session is over, you’re able to go home.

    Learn more about Outpatient Rehab

    Opioid & Alcohol Treatment Programs

    Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) can be an important part of opioid and alcohol rehab programs. Medications like buprenorphine, naltrexone, or methadone are approved to help those with opioid and alcohol addictions.

    These types of medications can ease cravings and take away the euphoric feeling that comes with alcohol and opioid use. This can make the recovery process a little bit easier.

    Learn more about Medication-assisted treatment (MAT)


    The support you receive during inpatient or outpatient treatment is invaluable, but it doesn’t have to end after you graduate from a program. 

    Aftercare support can offer you sober-living houses, employment assistance, and connections to 12-step support meetings. This assistance can make the first months after you finish formal treatment easier to handle. 

    Learn more about Aftercare Services

    Using Health Insurance For Addiction Treatment In Buffalo Grove, Illinois

    While most private insurance and Medicaid/Medicare cover some addiction treatment costs, it helps to double-check. Knowing the cost is covered can make the decision to seek treatment much simpler. To find out more about your insurance, you can:

    • contact your private insurance provider to discuss your benefits
    • call specific treatment facilities to check if they accept your insurance
    • take a look at your policy to see what your plan pays for

    If you’re uninsured, you can search for non-profit or state-funded addiction rehab facilities. You may also want to look for rehabilitation centers that offer payment plans or financial assistance.

    Learn more about Health Insurance Coverage

    Addiction Treatment At Ark Behavioral Health

    Ark Behavioral Health offers a spectrum of treatment programs at our four rehab centers. We understand what works for one person may not work for others. It’s why we try to make every treatment plan as unique as the person it’s for.

    For more information on addiction treatment, please call our helpline today

    Written by Ark Behavioral Health Editorial Team
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    This page does not provide medical advice.

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