Treatment Programs

Addiction Treatment Programs

Substance abuse is a widespread problem that can affect people of any age, gender, or ethnicity. If you struggle with substance abuse, our treatment programs for addiction can help. At Banyan Chicago, we work with people from all walks of life who have abused or misused various, different types of substances in their lifetimes. Our drug treatment programs below are designed to meet your specific needs and help you on your way to long-lasting sobriety.

Our Chicago Drug Rehab Programs

Substance abuse disorders and the problems associated with them vary drastically from person to person. While some of these variances are a result of individual differences, another big factor has to do with the person’s drug of choice. Many addicts come to abuse one substance more than others. To help those with a strong affinity to a particular drug, our substance-specific treatment programs are designed to meet the needs associated with that specific substance so that the patient has the greatest chance of success.

Alcohol

Over 15 million adults in the United States qualify for an alcohol use disorder.1 While alcohol is legal for people over the age of 21 in the United States, it can have serious, long-term side effects. When drinking becomes an everyday activity, it can cost people money, relationships, and even their life. Our Chicago alcoholism treatment program can help people stop drinking for good before it is too late.

Benzos

Benzodiazepines are some of the most commonly prescribed pills. They are often used to treat anxiety, but they are also frequently misused. Because of their addictive quality, many people will become dependent on these drugs and be unable to stop on their own, but our benzo addiction treatment program can help with this process.

Cocaine

Cocaine is an addictive stimulant that is taken for its euphoric effects, but its recreational use can quickly transform into dependence. To help people regain control over this drug, our cocaine treatment will teach them how to stop and cope with drug triggers.

Heroin

When an addiction to painkillers spins out of control, heroin abuse is often the next step. Our heroin treatment center helps patients get off this dangerous path and find other ways to deal with chronic pain.

Opiate

Opiates are used to treat almost any aches and pains, but they are highly addictive. Those who especially suffer from chronic pain can become addicted. With the current opioid crisis in the United States, many people are struggling with this type of addiction. Our opiate treatment can help people overcome the addictive draw of these drugs.

Meth

An addiction to meth often has dangerous physical and mental health effects. While the drug may make you feel better at first, meth can destroy you in the long run. Our methamphetamine treatment program helps patients get their lives back on track and start healing from the damage meth left behind.

Prescription Drugs

Getting prescription drugs is easy, but they can be addictive. Because prescription drugs can have various desired effects, many people end up abusing them before developing an addiction. Prescription pill addiction treatment can help people break this bad habit before their life becomes too unmanageable.

Other Rehab Programs

Addiction can be a complex problem, so along with addiction treatment programs that are specific to the drug being abused, we also offer other rehab programs designed to meet other common needs of those seeking treatment.

Co-Occurring Disorders

Many addicts also struggle with mental health problems. They use drugs and alcohol to cope with their issues, but eventually, these substances only make their mental health problems worse. With IOP dual diagnosis treatment, patients can address both issues at the same time and learn how to move forward to a happier and healthier life.

Corporate Recovery

Addiction is bad for work productivity and business, and some jobs are more prone to addiction issues than others. Our corporate recovery services connect employers with addiction treatment programs for their struggling employees. Once the employee completes treatment, they can return back to work as a productive member of the team.

Substance abuse problems are different for everyone, but our various rehab programs allow for individualized treatment plans that meet every patient’s specific needs.

Sources:

  1. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism - Alcohol Facts & Statistics