Substance Abuse Resources in Schaumburg
Drug Rehab, Alcohol Rehab & Detox

Schaumburg Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Schaumburg is a suburb of Chicago and benefits much from its proximity to the city. It began as a German settlement in the Midwest, and it remained primarily German until the 1950s. Today however, Schaumburg has a much more diverse population and is a hub of international business, with massive companies of all types calling the city home.

As with many large city suburbs, Schaumburg deals with some of the more unpleasant impacts of being close to the city, including issues of substance abuse. As drug addictions and overdose deaths reach epidemic levels throughout the country, communities like Schaumburg are hardly spared the negative effects. Drugs like marijuana, heroin and cocaine are responsible for many of the Schaumburg drug incidents and crimes in the area.

When someone is battling an addiction to drugs or alcohol, it can be hard to admit that there is a problem and find help. Social stigmas can make those suffering from addictions feel the need to hide their struggles and keep their suffering in secret. But addiction is a disease like any other, and it requires proper treatment in order for those who struggle to have a chance at normal, sober lives.

Our Closest Facility:

The Recovery Village Columbus Drug and Alcohol Rehab3964 Hamilton Square Boulevard Groveport OH 43125 (614) 916-6571

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.

You’re not alone in this struggle.

Illinois opioid deaths
in 2016

As with most states across the country, Illinois saw an increase in opioid deaths from 2015 to 2016. The opioid epidemic hits communities of all sizes and levels of affluence, but the trend can be reversed.

Finding Help & Recovery in Schaumburg, IL

Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Schaumburg, Illinois

When you realize that you’re struggling with a substance abuse problem, or you have a loved one who confides in you about their own struggle, you may not know where to turn for help. There are many treatment programs out there, but finding one that meets your needs is tricky if you don’t know what you’re looking for. Here are three of the most popular categories that treatment programs fall into.

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    Schaumburg Residential Treatment Programs

    Residential treatment programs are the most intense treatment programs available. These programs work by requiring patients to be checked in and remain onsite throughout the duration of their treatment. Residential programs can last anywhere from a few weeks to even a year, depending on the treatment options available and the severity of your addiction. In addition to offering intensive counseling and therapy sessions, many residential programs also offer educational and career support to help patients have access to better economic opportunities once they return home.

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    Schaumburg Partial Hospitalization Programs

    Partial hospitalization programs offer many of the therapy solutions that residential treatment programs offer, but they don’t require patients to stay onsite and live there at night while they undergo treatment. These programs are ideal for those who are looking for an intensive treatment option but don’t have the ability to leave home fully and attend a completely onsite rehabilitation program. During a partial hospitalization program, patients can return home each evening after engaging in activities at the treatment center throughout the day.

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    Schaumburg Outpatient Treatment Programs

    Outpatient programs are another type of program that doesn’t require patients to live onsite while undergoing treatment. They differ from partial hospitalization programs, though, in their programming and duration. Often, patients are referred to outpatient programs once they graduate from a residential or partial hospitalization program, though there are some who choose outpatient programs to help them break less severe or short-term addictions. These programs may only require people in recovery to attend appointments for a few hours each week, allowing them plenty of time to attend to work, school and family commitments.

To best understand which treatment program can work well for you or your loved one, take an honest look at the addiction at hand. How long has it been going on? Which substances are involved? Getting a clear picture of the intensity of the addiction can help you to make the best decision for the course of treatment you need. Additionally, working with an experienced counselor at a facility can help you get to the bottom of the addiction and develop a customized treatment plan.

Schaumburg Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers

Before undertaking a recovery program at any level, you’ll need to detox. This process is the one by which you rid your body of the substances to which you’ve become addicted. Detox is often physically and mentally challenging, and it can have many physically unpleasant side effects. That’s why it’s recommended to undergo treatment in an approved detox center where you can get the help and symptom management that you need to successfully detox. At a detox center, medical professionals can monitor your progress and offer medical interventions to assist you through the painful process of withdrawal.

Recovery Meetings Near You in Schaumburg

When you’ve completed drug rehab, you may think that your journey of moving past your addiction is over. But the reality is that, once you return to your home environment, the real work begins. Finding a place to connect with like-minded, recovery-oriented individuals is a great way to sustain your progress and improve your chances at long-term sobriety. Recovery groups like Alcoholics Anonymous and SMART Recover offer the community and accountability that you may seek to maintain your recovery progress.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous is one of the best known recovery groups and is tailored to the needs of those who desire to overcome an addiction to alcohol. AA uses the familiar 12-step treatment program to give members the opportunity to sort through their addictions and find hope in a sober life. The community connections and accountability available through participation in an AA meeting group can assist in each member’s individual quest for freedom from addiction. The only requirement to join AA is a desire to stop drinking. Members are also asked to have the willingness to relinquish their addiction to a higher power.

  • Saint Peter’s Lutheran School
    208 E Schaumburg Rd.
    Schaumburg, IL 60194
  • Lord of Life Church
    119 W Wise Rd.
    Schaumburg, IL 60193
  • Our Savior United Methodist Church
    701 E Schaumburg Rd.
    Schaumburg, IL 60194

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Similar to Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous is a 12-step recovery group, but it has a curriculum that’s specifically geared toward those trying to break addictions to drugs of any sort. NA groups have a secondary focus on community — both within each individual group and within the community where each group is located — to give members the opportunity to make deeper connections with those they’re recovering with and to give back to their communities at large. If you’re struggling with an alcohol and drug addiction simultaneously, you can join both AA and NA groups to facilitate your recovery.

  • Our Redeemer United Methodist Church
    1600 W Schaumburg Rd.
    Schaumburg, IL 60194
  • Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
    930 W Higgins Rd.
    Schaumburg, IL 60195
  • Saint Peter’s Lutheran School
    208 E Schaumburg Rd.
    Schaumburg, IL 60194

SMART Recovery Meetings

Twelve-step treatment programs don’t work for everyone, and that’s why others have developed treatment groups that don’t rely on this familiar step method. SMART Recovery is one of these groups. SMART Recovery shows members how to find the tools for their own recovery within themselves. The basic premise of SMART Recovery is that members can harness their own powers of self-management to overcome addiction instead of turning to a higher power, but there are many other valuable lessons to learn along the way. Unlike AA and NA, which are intended for individuals who are suffering from one kind of addiction, SMART Recovery is intended for those with addictions of all sorts, including co-addictions. There are not any SMART Recovery groups that meet in Schaumburg directly, though you may consider one that meets in a nearby community.

  • Hanover Township Community Resource Center
    1535 Burgundy Pkwy.
    Streamwood, IL 60107
  • Live4Lali Corporate Office
    3255 N Arlington Heights Rd.
    Arlington Heights, IL 60004
  • Renz Addiction Counseling Center
    2 American Way
    Elgin, IL 60120

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Sometimes the family members of those suffering from drug and alcohol addictions can feel left out of the recovery process. For those family members who need some support and recovery education of their own, Al-Anon and Nar-Anon provide welcome community. Each of these groups is intended for the spouses, parents, siblings and children of individuals who are going through AA or NA groups, and these programs connect them with others in a similar situation. To learn more about recovery through an Al-Anon or Nar-Anon group, consider joining a Schaumburg meeting.

  • Al-Anon
    Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
    930 W Higgins Rd.
    Schaumburg, IL 60195
  • Nar-Anon
    Our Redeemer’s United Methodist Church
    1600 W Schaumburg Rd.
    Schaumburg, IL 60194
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