Illinois Drug Detox

Are you in search of a high-quality drug rehab clinic in Illinois for either yourself or a loved one? If so, we can offer you all the information needed to make a smart and informed decision. If you are suffering from an addiction to methamphetamines, heroin, marijuana or prescription drugs, a qualified drug detox facility can help you get clean.

Deciding on Inpatient or Outpatient Detox

The first and possibly most important decision you will need to make when considering the type of rehab is whether you should attend inpatient or outpatient care. Although most people choose outpatient care because they believe it will be more comfortable and affordable, it’s not always the best option. No matter what you choose, it’s important to be knowledgeable before you decide.

Treatment Facts for Illinois

Past Year Treatment for Illicit Drug Use Among Individuals Aged 12 or Older with Illicit Drug Dependence or Abuse in Illinois (Annual Average, 2010–2014)

 

Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Surveys on Drug Use and Health, 2010–2014.
  • The state of Illinois is number 12 in the nation for having drug rehab centers that accept or service DUI clients for every 100,000 people living there. The state below is Kansas, and Utah is ranked one place better at 11.
  • After population adjustment, Illinois takes 16th place in having rehab facilities that accept and service people with HIV and AIDS. The next best state is Montana at 15 and then New Mexico ranks in at 17.
  • Illinois ranks 20th after a population adjustment for accepting and serving members of military families. The next best state is Delaware at 19 and then Nebraska is ranked 21.
  • The state of Illinois is ranked 21st for servicing and accepting sliding fee scale patients. The next worse state is Indiana at 22 and then North Dakota is ranked one better at 20.
  • Illinois is ranked 22 for having rehab centers that accept or service Recovery (ATR) vouchers patients for every 100,000 people living there. Oklahoma is ranked one spot below at 23 and Wisconsin is one place above at 21.

These surveys are retaken every year so that each state can accurately help its residents and understand what their needs and problems are. According to the Illinois Substance Abuse and Mental Health Issues At-A-Glance, one survey states that about 3% of Illinois residents reported using an illicit drug in the past month, whereas the national average is over 3.5%. Although this is better than the national average, this still means that thousands of people are using, abusing and possibly addicted to illegal drugs that are having a damaging effect on their lives.

Very often, one of the first (and most important) questions that people will be asked upon entering rehab is what their main drug of use is. Whichever yours or your loved one’s is, this will help to determine exactly where and what type of treatment you should enroll in.

The most commonly used drugs in Illinois are:

  1. Heroin
  2. Marijuana
  3. Cocaine

Heroin is by far the biggest problem in Illinois as not only does it have the highest death rate among illegal drugs but also the highest number of addicts in treatment for its use. It’s very common for a user to turn to drugs as a way to self-medicate. Drugs can help users escape or deal with their underlying mental illness(es), but it will always make any situation worse. Through professional treatment, these underlying causes and other perceived problems can be dealt with, which can help the patient through the healing process much faster.

Additional Treatment Facts for Illinois

  • 8.5% of adolescents age 12-17 reported using an illicit drug between 2013 and 2014, a statistic that is slightly lower than the national average of 9.1%.
  • 5.0% of adolescents age 12-17 reported using cigarettes in the past month, a figure that is slightly lower than the national average of 5.2%.
  • 14.1% of adolescents age 12-20 reported binging on alcoholic beverages at least once between 2013 and 2014, a figure that is slightly lower than the national average of 14%.
  • 3.8% of adolescents age 12-17 reported using pain relievers recreationally between 2013 and 2014, a figure slightly lower than the national average of 4.7%.

Past Year Illicit Drug Dependence or Abuse Among Individuals Aged 12 or Older in Illinois and the United States (2010–2011 to 2013–2014)

Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Surveys on Drug Use and Health, 2010–2011 to 2013–2014.

The Need for Detox Programs in Illinois

Of course, the ultimate goal would be to help and treat everyone that needs it, but unfortunately, this is just not possible. Every year, thousands of people in the state of Illinois suffer from drug addiction but simply refuse to seek treatment for various reason.

Approximately 2.5% of the population in Illinois is addicted to some form of drug or alcohol, just slightly less than the national average of 2.6%. Of that 2.5%, only 11.7% received treatment for their addiction. Every day addiction is allowed to continue increases the chances of an overdose or worse.

The Benefits of Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient:

  • Lower cost of attendance overall
  • Less time that must be committed
  • Freedom to have a more flexible schedule
  • You can continue work and/or care for children

Inpatient:

  • Availability of detox services
  • Professionals monitor you throughout the whole process in case of issues or problems
  • More easily focus on recovery
  • Increased relapse protection through the crucial first few months

If you or a loved one is in need of treatment for drug or alcohol addiction, please call one of our specialists at (877) 262-6566 and we will help you on the road to recovery.

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