Plainfield Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Plainfield is a village situated in Will County in the northeastern region of Illinois. This village has a population of about 42,000 as of 2014. Plainfield boasts the famous Lake Renwick Preserve that is a great place to go bird watching and also enjoy other water activities. The Main Street Museum, Grande Park and Eaton Preserve Park are among several of the many attractions of the town.

Lamentably, there is a dangerous plague that is affecting the community of Plainfield. The city is facing a heroin and fentanyl epidemic that is increasing locally. According to a recent report in the city newspaper fentanyl has been responsible for most of the overdose deaths in Will County. The county has also seen over 50 heroin overdose deaths as of 2017, confirming a high level of substance misuse in most of its towns.

Plainfield has stepped up operations geared towards eradicating the drug epidemic in the town. To quell the drug crisis the health department and police department use a powerful antidote called Narcan that helps reverse any opioid overdose effects in progress. Heroin and prescription opioid education is another big step in controlling the drug issue in the city. Treatment options are also open to anybody that is ready to stop using drugs and take control of their life.

Our Closest Facility:
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The Recovery Village Columbus Drug and Alcohol Rehab
3964 Hamilton Square Boulevard Groveport, OH 43125
(614) 362-1686
The Recovery Village does not operate in the state of Illinois. Our closest treatment facility is in Groveport, Ohio and can be seen in the map above.

Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Plainfield, Illinois

Help and cooperation from the community, police and health departments help in dealing with the drug epidemic in Plainfield. A drug bust operation earlier this year helped stop trafficking of controlled substances in Will County that would have affected the lives of many local citizens. Such actions contribute greatly to regaining control of the streets from drug dealers.

Setting up rehab centers across town and in nearby cities provides community members the chance to face their substance misuse struggles. You are not alone in this fight, and with the right treatment, you can recover. Make that courageous move and try one of these treatment plans.

Plainfield Residential Treatment Programs

Residential treatment programs — also known as inpatient programs — offer rehabilitation services in a treatment facility around-the-clock. This program entails a high level of monitoring and supervision. Patients who have extreme alcohol and substance addiction fit well into this treatment plan. At the treatment center trained medical personnel offer services that include individual and group therapy, counseling and activities that ensure full-body wellness.

Plainfield Partial Hospitalization Programs

Partial hospitalization programs (PHPs) involve visiting a rehabilitation center for treatment for a few hours during the day and afterward heading back to your residence. Since this program does not offer around-the-clock monitoring and supervision, it is highly recommended for patients who are not a danger to themselves. Therapy, counseling, and wellness activities are services provided during treatment. By allowing patients to go back home after treatment, this program helps them build family and community relationships essential in the recovery process.

Plainfield Outpatient Treatment Programs

Outpatient programs are treatment options that do not require patients to reside in any facility. These programs are by far the most flexible of them all. They involve patients undergoing treatment a few hours a week with their emphasis being on therapy and counseling services. Outpatient programs are ideal for patients with a moderate level of alcohol and substance dependency and individuals transitioning from PHPs.


Like any other big decision, selecting a treatment plan requires an in-depth analysis of your drug dependency situation. A treatment program only helps if you are willing to face your addiction problem and choose a treatment plan you are comfortable attending. All these programs maintain confidentiality and professionalism regarding their staff and services.

Plainfield Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers

Detoxification is the foundation to recovering from alcohol and substance addiction. This process entails ridding the body of toxic substances patients are dependent upon. Detoxification requires supervision from medical staff and should be carried out in a safe environment.

During detoxification patients experience withdrawal effects of varying intensity depending on the level of alcohol and substance dependency. Short-term patients typically experience mild effects while long-term patients battle severe withdrawal effects that can be life threatening. In such cases, medical detox is preferred to counter these effects. Detoxification only helps to deal with the physical effects, leaving the mental and physiological effects that require additional treatment.

Recovery Meetings Near You in Plainfield

After undergoing treatment at a rehab center, you should consider attending recovery meetings to reduce any chance of relapse. Recovery meetings are divided into 12-step programs and non 12-step programs. These meetings offer motivation to their members and help them avoid triggers of relapse. From young to old, recovery meetings welcome all local citizens irrespective of gender and ethnicity. Alumni members are advised to continue attending meetings to stave off chances of relapse and provide encouragement to new and existing members.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are fellowship programs where people dealing with alcohol addiction gather and share their experiences. These meetings have no registration fee and have two sessions: open and closed meetings. Closed meetings allow individuals with alcohol addiction while open meetings accommodate any other people interested in AA affairs. AA members practice the 12-steps plan in maintaining sobriety. AA meetings can be found in these locations in Plainfield.

Christ Community Church of Plainfield
12410 S Van Dyke Rd.
Plainfield, IL 60585

Plainfield Congregational UCC
24020 W Fraser Rd.
Plainfield, IL 60544

St Mary Immaculate Parish
15629 IL-59
Plainfield, IL 60544

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Founded in 1953, Narcotics Anonymous is a program that helps people suffering from substance addiction. NA meetings use the 12-step model to guide members in their recovery. Those in recovery are advised to have sponsors to help them stay on the right path through this period. Like AA, this nonprofit organization has no registration fees for new members, and meetings across the city have different schedules. NA meetings have a large gathering worldwide. Plainfield has meetings in these locations.

St Mary Immaculate Parish
15629 IL-59
Plainfield, IL 60544

Christ Community Church of Plainfield
12410 S Van Dyke Rd.
Plainfield, IL 60585

Sacred Heart Church
331 South Ottawa St.
Joliet, IL 60436

SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART Recovery (Self-Management and Recovery Training) is a non 12-step program that emphasizes abstinence in fighting alcohol and substance addiction. According to SMART recovery, an individual is very capable of formulating his recovery path. The meeting’s primary focus is the four-point program: creating motivation, managing urges, controlling thoughts and behaviors and living a balanced life. SMART Recovery has a significant online presence in different states. Plainfield has one meeting across town with nearby cities offering other meeting locations.

Linden Oaks Medical Group
24600 West 127th St. #B330
Plainfield, IL 60585

The Episcopal Church of St Benedict
909 Lily Cache Ln.
Bolingbrook, IL 60440

Transitional Alternative Reentry Initiative Inc.
635 North Elmwood Dr.
Aurora, IL 60506

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon meetings offer support to family members and loved ones of the person dealing with alcohol and substance dependency. Al-Anon is for individuals close to victims of alcohol addiction while Nar-Anon helps those affected by substance dependence of a family member. In these meetings, people share their stories and find ways of helping each other deal with their emotions, therefore, reducing stress and depression related issues. These fellowship gatherings are not present in Plainfield, but you can attend meetings in nearby towns in the following locations.

Joliet Alano Club
265 Republic Ave.
Joliet, IL 60435

New Beginning Church
11111 South Roberts Rd.
Palos Hills, IL 60465

Medical Disclaimer

The Recovery Village aims to improve the quality of life for people struggling with substance use or mental health disorder with fact-based content about the nature of behavioral health conditions, treatment options and their related outcomes. We publish material that is researched, cited, edited and reviewed by licensed medical professionals. The information we provide is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. It should not be used in place of the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare providers.

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