Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Resources

 

New Vision Shelbyville, Il 217-774-6436 Men Women Detox http://newvision-shelbyville.com/

Ester House Peoria, Il 309-689-0915 Women www.peoriarescue.org/esther-house/m

Preferred Family Resource Center Quincy, Il 217-224-6300  Men Women  www.pfh.org/adult-rehab/

Gateway Springfield, Il 217-529-9266 Men Women, men youth www.recovergateway.org

Heartland Ministeries Newark Mo 660-284-6360 Women   www.hlandrecovery.org

Heartland Ministeries Newark Mo 660-213-4553 Men  www.hlandrecovery.org

Heritage House Decatur, Il 217-362-6262 Men Women www.heritagenet.org

Hour House Charleston, Il 217-348-8108 Men Women Youth www.ceadcouncil.org

Mercy Ministeries Nashville, Tn 615-831-6987 Woman 13 + www.mercyministries.org

Mercy Ministeries St Louis, Mo 615-831-6987 Woman 13 + www.mercyministries.org

Owl’s Nest Florence, Sc 843-669-6088 Men Women www.owlsnestrecovery.com

Peoria Community Crisis Center Peoria, Il 309-671-8040 Men Women Youth  www.hscpeoria.org

Teen challenge Peoria, Il 309-673-3716 Men 18 up www.teenchallengeil.com

Family Guidance Center Springfield, Il 217-544-9858 Men Women www.fgcinc.org

Lifeline Connect Urbana, Il (217) 367-5433 Men www.lifelineconnect.org

Comprehensive Connection My Vernon, Il 618-242-5835 Men Women www.compconnect.org

Chestnut Health System Bloomington, Il  888.924.3786 Men Women You www.chestnut.org

 

Addiction-Resources.pdf

 

NIDA National Institute for Drug Abuse for Teens 

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration www.samhsa.gov

National Institute on Drug Abuse www.drugabuse.gov

National Family Partnership www.nfp.org

Partnership for Drug Free Kids www.drugfree.org

Center for Disease Control and Prevention for Smoking Cessation  www.cdc.gov/tobacco/data_statistics/fact_sheets/cessation/quitting/

Department of Children and Family Services

Department of Human Services

Illinois Department of Public Health

National Institute of Drug Abuse

Community Anti-Drug Coalition of America CADCA

Partnership for Drug Free Kids

SAMHSA Publications

Students Against Destructive Decisions