Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in Joliet, IL

Situated just 35 miles southwest of Chicago, Joliet, IL, is the county seat of Will County. Drug rehab in Joliet or alcohol rehab in Joliet will have the services in place to help you begin your recovery journey. Since everyone’s journey looks different, you should evaluate the various treatment options available in Joliet to pick the right rehab for you.

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Joliet Drug and Alcohol Statistics

In 2021, Joliet recorded 59 drug overdose deaths. Almost 80% of them involved opioids such as heroin and fentanyl.1Additional statistics show that:1

In one recent week, there were 10 opioid-involved deaths in Will County, the majority of which were believed to be caused by cocaine mixed with fentanyl.2 To reduce the number of these overdose deaths, Will County established the Rapid Response Team, which provides Narcan, an opioid-overdose reversal drug, and fentanyl testing strips to anyone who needs them.2 The team also helps people with a substance use disorder connect to recovery resources.

Turning to alcohol use in the county:

According to the National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services, there are 713 rehab facilities in the state.4 In a one-day count on March 31, 2020:4

Cost of Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Joliet

It can be difficult to find the right Joliet drug rehab or alcohol rehab. One of the most frequently asked questions has to do with cost. The cost of a Joliet alcohol rehab or drug rehab will vary between each treatment center, the type of treatment you choose, and the intensity of the program.

Inpatient or Outpatient

Traditionally, an inpatient or residential treatment program will cost more than outpatient services. In an inpatient facility, you need to pay for room and board in addition to your treatment. During outpatient rehab, you live at home and travel to the facility for treatment.

Length of Stay

The longer your treatment program, the more it will cost. This is true for both inpatient and outpatient rehab.

Program Amenities

A program that offers “extras” such as integrative therapies or amenities such as private rooms or a pool will likely cost more than a program that offers more standard options.

Insurance

Almost all insurance companies are required to cover substance use disorder treatment. This includes federal insurance programs such as Medicaid and Medicare, private insurance, and military insurance. Your policy may cover some or all of your treatment up to a specific limit. You will need to pick a facility that accepts your insurance.

There are other ways to cover the cost of a drug rehab or alcohol rehab in Joliet, including finding programs that offer free or low-cost treatment.

Free Treatment Options in Joliet

Joliet has some free treatment options available. These facilities are often supported by non-profit organizations and federal grants.

Should I Travel to Joliet for Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment?

Joliet’s proximity to Chicago makes it a convenient place to travel for drug or alcohol treatment. Traveling to Joliet for rehab may be a good idea for the following reasons:

Neighborhoods in Joliet for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Joliet, which was once a stopping place on the famous U.S. Route 66, is home to many fascinating historic places. A few of its neighborhoods include:

How Do I Choose an Addiction Treatment Program?

When searching for “drug rehabs near me” or “alcohol rehabs near me,” there are some factors to consider. They include:

Types of Drug Rehabs in Joliet

A Joliet drug or alcohol rehab will fall into several category types depending on its treatment type and philosophy. Those types can include:

Alcohol and Drug Laws in Joliet, IL

Alcohol and drug laws are in place in Joliet and across the state to help reduce the number of drug overdose deaths and also provide people who are facing criminal charges get the treatment they need to be successful.

The Pharmacy Practice Act

The Pharmacy Practice Act requires pharmacists and other professionals prescribing opioids in Illinois to inform the person receiving the prescription of the potential addiction risk. Under the law, patients can also receive an opioid antagonist like naloxone if they desire.

The Overdose Prevention and Harm Reduction Act

This bill allows pharmacies and other healthcare professionals in Illinois to distribute fentanyl testing strips to reduce opioid overdoses. Under previous state law, testing supplies used to detect fentanyl were classified as illegal drug paraphernalia.

Emergency Medical Services Access Law of 2012

Under Illinois’ Good Samaritan Law, people are encouraged to seek out emergency help when someone is overdosing. This includes calling 911 as well as taking someone to the emergency room.5 Both the person seeking help and the person who overdosed are protected from being charged or prosecuted for felony possession of:5

If the person dies from drugs sold or distributed by another person, that person can still be prosecuted for homicide.5

Naloxone Access

Naloxone can be used to rapidly reverse the effects of an opioid overdose. In Illinois, non-medical professionals are allowed to administer naloxone to someone experiencing an opioid overdose. There is also a statewide standing order for naloxone, which allows pharmacies and other organizations to provide it to at-risk individuals, their friends and family, and other members of the general population without the need for a prescription.

Will County Drug Court

The Will County Drug Court is a voluntary drug treatment program that requires a defendant to be referred by his or her attorney. After an evaluation to determine whether the program can offer sufficient treatment services, the defendant must please guilty to the charges. Instead of being sent to jail, the defendant will be placed into the appropriate addiction treatment program.

Each participant’s program is tailored specifically to their individual treatment needs. Upon successful completion of the program, the charges will be dismissed. Drug Court lasts a minimum of 12 months.

Joliet is home to several drug and alcohol rehabs that can create a program to meet your treatment needs. If you need additional assistance, call our treatment support specialists at 800-926-9037 (Info iconWho Answers?) .

Resources

  1. Will County, Illinois. (2022). 2021 Overdoses.
  2. Will County Board. (2022, June 10). Overdose deaths expected to rise.
  3. University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. (2022). Will County summary information.
  4. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2020). National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services.
  5. Illinois Department of Public Health. (2022). Opioid Overdose Response.
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