There are currently no addiction treatment centers located in Glendale Heights, Illinois.
However, there is one drug addiction treatment center in Addison, Illinois.
Addiction treatment programs available locally in the Chicago area include:
- medically supervised detox
- inpatient rehab
- outpatient services
- partial hospitalization programs (PHP)
For more treatment options, be sure to view our list of the best alcohol and drug rehab centers in Illinois.
Rehab Center Near Glendale Heights, Illinois
Serenity House – Addison, Illinois
Located just eight minutes outside of Glendale Heights, IL, Serenity House has been working with those in need of drug and alcohol treatment for more than 30 years.
Serenity House is an inpatient treatment facility and provides various treatment options, including sober living and recovery homes.
Location and contact information:
891 S Rohlwing Rd
Addison, IL 60101
Find the right treatment program in Glendale Heights, IL today.
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Finding Addiction Treatment in Glendale Heights, Illinois
Those living in Glendale Heights, Illinois, will have to consider traveling to a nearby town or even into Chicago to get the help they need.
Traveling can provide you access to the addiction treatment facilities, managed detox, and intensive outpatient care needed to recover.
Call our addiction treatment helpline today for more information about the drug and alcohol rehab opportunities near Glendale Heights, Illinois.
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- National Institute on Drug Abuse — Illinois: Opioid-Involved Deaths and Related Harms
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) — Behavioral Health BarometerIllinois, Volume 4