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


Behavioral Health News
Will County Health Department's Dr. Joseph Troiani Participates in Opioid Epidemic Forum in Braidwood

Will County Health Department's Dr. Joseph Troiani Participates in Opioid Epidemic Forum in Braidwood

August 2nd Event Hosted by Congressman Adam Kinzinger

Numerous Will County Officials also Attended
Health Department Once Again at Catholic Charities Back to School Fair on Aug 2nd

Health Department Once Again at Catholic Charities Back to School Fair on Aug 2nd

Behavioral Health and Family Health Services Divisions Participating

Each child will receive a packet with donated school supplies.
Sad to Say: We May be in for a Long Term Suicide Watch

Sad to Say: We May be in for a Long Term Suicide Watch

Those Struggling Must be Taken Seriously, Not Ignored

Self-medication with alcohol and substance use can make situations worse.
Recall of Cut Melons Linked to Caito Foods Distributor in Indianapolis

Recall of Cut Melons Linked to Caito Foods Distributor in Indianapolis

Product Distributed to eight states, five with sickness

Includes mixed fruit that contains melon chunks.
Children's Mental Health: Always More Complicated Due to Technology, Economy, Social Media

Children's Mental Health: Always More Complicated Due to Technology, Economy, Social Media

ACES, Adverse Childhood Experiences, Must be Recognized and Treated

Can include physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, neglect, and more.
Severe Bleeding Cases, Deaths, from Synthetic Drugs Show Danger of Store Bought Products

Severe Bleeding Cases, Deaths, from Synthetic Drugs Show Danger of Store Bought Products

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There have now been over 100 reported cases in Illinois, along with two reported deaths.
New Health Department Conflict Resolution Sessions Help Youngsters Open Up

New Health Department Conflict Resolution Sessions Help Youngsters Open Up

Group Sessions on Additional Topics Planned for This Year

Interns created a 10-week program schedule of one hour long sessions.
After Holiday Blues Could be a Sign of Seasonal Affective Disorder

After Holiday Blues Could be a Sign of Seasonal Affective Disorder

Special Caution Needed Concerning Seniors

SAD can be especially dangerous for seniors who are already struggling with loneliness.
MAPP Led Cooperation Leads to Behavioral Hospital Groundbreaking

MAPP Led Cooperation Leads to Behavioral Hospital Groundbreaking

100-Bed Structure on Silver Cross Campus Set to Open in Early 2019

A partnership between Silver Cross and US Health Vest to build a new 100-bed behavioral health facility, Silver Oaks Hospital, is now in progress.
Domestic Violence Awareness: Progress Made, So Much Work to Do

Domestic Violence Awareness: Progress Made, So Much Work to Do

Will County State's Attorney's Office Continues to Charge 1,100 to 1,200 New Cases Per Year

The main priority for the future continues to be breaking the cycle of domestic violence by stopping the perpetrator.
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