Services

Services Provided by the Addictions Program

We offer specialized court ordered assessment and treatment for substance abuse. When the initial assessment indicates a need, we also recommend and provide additional assessments and treatments such as evaluation by a psychiatrist, psychological testing, medical follow-up, and medications.

Eligibility for Services

Who is Eligible

Services are available to all Will County residents at least 13 years of age. Non-residents may be eligible if they are currently under supervision of the Will County court (12th Judicial Circuit).

Admissions Process

Admission into the Addictions Program

Contact Central Intake at 815-727-8521(8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday).

Addictions Program Services

Assessment and Treatment

Assessment - Clients are assigned a counselor who completes the intake and assessment process and develops an individualized treatment plan. 

Initial needs evaluation
  • Substance Abuse Assessment Bio-psycho-social History)
  • Admission criteria met and confirmed by physician


Health Department Divisions

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Behavioral Health News
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