Treatment Centers in Illinois
Drug and alcohol addiction will gradually take over your life. It destroys your home life, work life, and relationships. Fortunately, there are treatment facilities that have 12 Step Programs in Illinois that can help you recover from this devastating disease.
A treatment facility can help you with your addiction and treat any co-occurring disorders at the same time. While in these programs, you can participate in therapy, medication management and other forms of treatment.
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Is My Addiction Covered?
With the sheer variety of 12 Step treatment programs available, your addiction will be covered. Since each addiction is different, you should try to find the program that best fits your needs, wants, and goals. A few of the main 12 Step programs are:
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- Narcotics Anonymous
- Pills Anonymous
- Methamphetamine Anonymous
- Cocaine Anonymous
- Marijuana Anonymous
There is a 12 Step Program for just about every addiction including dual diagnosis or multiple addiction programs.
Where Should I go for Help?
You should go to a treatment center for help with your addiction. 12 Step programs are not enough to keep you on the road to recovery. You need the full support of counseling and medical treatment to deal with both the cause of your addiction and the consequences. This is not to devalue 12 Step support.
A good 12 Step program can give you the support system you need to be successful in your addiction treatment. You can find meetings in big cities like Chicago or small towns like Canton. You can find AA and NA Meetings in Illinois by calling 800-653-7143 (Who Answers?) . We can help.
Understanding the Different types of 12 Step Meetings in Illinois
12 Step meetings consist of 2 different types and many different subtypes. The two basic types of 12 Step meetings are:
- Open meetings where anyone can attend regardless, if they are a member or not
- Closed meetings where only members or would be members often called beginners can attend
The subtype of meeting is most often the subject or content of the meeting. There are Big Book meetings, newcomers meetings, and sharing meetings to name a few that you will find in Illinois NA Meetings and every 12 step group.
12 Step Programs have been around since the 1930s and view addiction as a disease rather than a controllable failing. Programs like SMART believe that addiction is not a disease and you alone are responsible. For more information on treatment that includes the 12 Step Program you need simply call 800-653-7143 (Who Answers?) . We can help you find the treatment that is right for you.Submit a new center or provide corrections to an existing one ›