I Am Looking for Inpatient Residential Treatment in Illinois for Alcohol/drugs?

Question by crninny2004: I am looking for inpatient residential treatment in Illinois for alcohol/drugs?
I am trying to find a residential treatment program in Illinois that accepts Medicaid and Medicare . I need inpatient treatment for alcoholism immediately, due to a pending court case, and also because I want treatment. I am looking for a 21 to 30 day program. If the program is longer that is alright i would just like to be home by Christmas to spend it with my children, I am a single parent.

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Answer by quirkeyalone
Where in Illinois? In the north-central (Rockford) area, is Rosecrance. I’ve added a link. I’ve known several people (but mostly teens) who have completed a program there and are doing quite well. Good luck, and God-Bless you on your journey to recovery.

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