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AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center Hinsdale New Day Center in Westmont, IL

AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center Hinsdale's New Day Center is an accredited, private health insurance-accepting addiction treatment center located in Westmont, IL offering a range of evidence-based services and a continuum of care to meet individual needs.

About AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center Hinsdale New Day Center

AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center Hinsdale New Day Center is a behavioral health and addiction treatment center located in Westmont, Illinois. The center is owned and operated by AMITA Health, an integrated healthcare system which spans the greater Chicago area. The center offers evidence-based treatment for children, adolescents and adults struggling with mental health and substance use issues. They also provide family support, psychiatric services, and teletherapy. All of their treatment plans are individualized and tailored to meet each patient’s unique needs and goals.

At AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center Hinsdale New Day Center, people can receive comprehensive treatment for issues related to addiction and substance use. Their services include detoxification and medication management, individual and group therapy, holistic approaches, and relapse prevention. The center is accredited by the Illinois Department of Health, making them one of the leading providers of addiction treatment in the state. They hold various licenses, including those from the Department of Human Services and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. These certifications and licenses provide assurance of the highest standards of addiction treatment services, so that their patients can receive the best possible care.

  • 1+ Accreditations
  • 3 Conditions Treated
  • Insurance Accepted
  • 6 Levels of Care
  • 6 Therapies & Programs

Accreditations

JCAHO

Conditions and Issues Treated

Opioid + Opiate Addiction Treatment in Westmont, IL

Many people who struggle with opioid addiction need to attend specific programs like methadone , Suboxone or Vivitrol clinics.

These types of programs will provide the patient with legal, prescription medications that can help them overcome their cravings for illegal opioids like heroin or fentanyl . If the patient has a chronic condition like Hepatitis C, they must undergo treatment before they can begin taking these medications.

Dual-Diagnosis

Dual Diagnosis refers to someone who is both dealing with addiction and another mental health issue.

There are different kinds of Dual Diagnosis: A person who simultaneously experiences both a mental illness and an addiction disorder. Or, a person who experiences one or more coexisting (simultaneous) mental health conditions in addition to a primary substance use disorder.

Some conditions that commonly co-occur with addiction include:

  • Personality Disorders (Borderline, Narcissistic)
  • Mood Disorders (Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Anxiety Disorder)
  • PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
  • Schizophrenia, Psychosis, Hallucinations, Delusions

Levels of Care

This center offers a variety of custom treatment tailored to individual recovery. Currently available are Aftercare Support, Detox, Dual-Diagnosis, Intensive Outpatient, Intervention, Outpatient, with additional therapies available as listed below.

An addict may have to go through alcohol or drug withdrawal. While detox may be uncomfortable, it is not life-threatening. Detoxification allows the addict to rid the body of all traces of drugs or alcohol and gives the addict a clean slate for their recovery. In an inpatient or outpatient setting, detox can be managed medically.

Outpatient addiction treatment is beneficial for people who are able to function well in their day-to-day lives. It is recommended for people who are not yet ready to end their relationships with friends or family members who might be encouraging drug and alcohol use.

Intensive outpatient treatment is beneficial for:

  • People who are able to attend treatment more than 3 times per week.
  • People who do not meet the criteria for inpatient treatment.
  • People who are able to contribute to their own recovery outside of the treatment center.
  • People who are motivated towards recovery.
  • People who are able to overcome addiction on their own without the need for higher levels of care.

Outpatient treatment programs provide drug and alcohol addiction treatment through individual sessions with a counselor, group therapy, 12-step meetings, and other activities to help individuals gain sober living skills. Most programs are designed for those individuals who have completed a medically supervised detoxification program and provide opportunities for clients to begin the process of early recovery.

Outpatient programs also offer a level of medical support as needed and psychological backing through therapy. Clients are encouraged to live at home, though there may be some flexibility regarding this requirement based on the circumstances and needs of each patient.

Outpatient treatment is perhaps the most common type of dual diagnosis program available. It does not pose a significant financial burden on patients. However, it is essential to note that outpatient treatment does not provide the support and supervision given in residential programs. Some addicts may need this level of support to maintain their sobriety.

Intervention services are often the last resort for addicts. An intervention begins when family or friends gather to discuss how addiction has harmed their loved one’s life and why treatment is required to help them move forward into a healthy future. The discussion includes information on various treatments in case your loved ones agree that this is necessary at some point during the conversation.

People who have completed a rehab program often need continued support from the addiction treatment team in order to remain abstinent from drugs and alcohol. Aftercare can be beneficial for personal, social, and emotional growth.

Common aftercare options include:

  • Individual Therapy – this type of addiction counseling is available on a one-on-one basis. This can be beneficial for people with a high degree of emotional turmoil and a strong desire to overcome addiction.
  • Group Therapy – this type of addiction counseling is available in a group setting. This type of treatment can be beneficial for people who are unable to attend regular therapy appointments due to other responsibilities.
  • Family Therapy – this type of addiction counseling is available to the family members of addicts. This can be beneficial for people who are unable to fully comprehend what their loved ones are experiencing due to addiction.

Therapies & Programs

Therapy sessions focused on the individual addict can provide much-needed guidance as they work toward overcoming their addiction. These types of sessions typically involve guidance from a therapist, who will help addicts identify and process their feelings and cravings.

During these sessions, addicts may develop plans for coping with the triggers that typically lead to relapse and learn how to avoid those triggers during their recovery process.

The main goal of family therapy for drug addiction is to create an environment where communication can occur without judgment, hostility, or blame that often occurs within a family.

Family therapy is a type of group problem-solving that aims to improve communication and relationships between the patient, their family, and sometimes friends. The therapist is with the family as they learn to communicate with each other differently, especially with the addict when s/he is using.

The family can learn to reduce their enabling behavior or rally together and support each other during tough times. The patient also learns how to deal with their addiction and maintain sobriety while interacting with the family.

Different types of addiction treatment services are available. Within this article, group therapy is of interest due to its high success rate compared to individual therapy. Group therapy settings are beneficial because they allow recovering addicts to build a strong support network.

Benefits of group therapy are:

  • Reduces feelings of isolation
  • Immediate access to social support in the form of fellow addicts in recovery
  • Lowers risk of relapse
  • Increases rate of sobriety
  • Builds coping skills that can be applied to everyday life

Dialectical Behavior Therapy is a cognitive-behavioral therapy that helps addicts balance their thoughts and emotions to change their behavior. It was designed for those vulnerable to self-harm and suicidal thoughts and aims to help patients understand the connection between their feelings, emotions, and behaviors. It is effective for those whose addictions and behaviors stem from severe mental health issues.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is used by drug treatment centers to help addicts comprehend the causes of their substance abuse and the consequences that follow. Through CBT, clients learn to recognize and avoid high-risk situations and cope with challenging situations when they arise.

CBT treatment often includes a combination of individual therapy, group therapy, lectures, and other activities. The treatment’s goal is to help addicts gain self-control and maintain abstinence from drugs and alcohol over the long term so that an addict can get sober and lead a more productive life.

CBT is particularly effective in helping people overcome their drug problems, especially people whose drug abuse is motivated by self-defeating beliefs and emotions.

Those struggling with addiction in Illinois can benefit from learning certain life skills. It is not as simple as quitting drinking or taking drugs and thinking that the hard part is over. Being sober means living a whole new way of life. Many recovering addicts have found that they need to develop talents like time management, organization, communication skills, socialization skills, and self-esteem to make their life in sobriety work.

Drug and alcohol addiction can lead to a breakdown in life skills. Learning certain life skills can help those who are struggling with addiction. Life skills training at AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center Hinsdale New Day Center in Westmont, IL teaches patients skills such as time management, budgeting, and social abilities to improve their quality of life and prevent relapse.

An addict’s life skills are maladaptive, meaning they are counterproductive. An addict may have learned poor time management skills growing up, have a hard time budgeting money, or be socially awkward. An addict’s poor life skills can lead to relapse and the inability to achieve long-term sobriety. Life skills training teaches patients effective coping mechanisms, which can help them live a clean and sober life.

Payment Options

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    Location & Contact

    AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center Hinsdale New Day Center Location and Directions
    Address
    740 Pasquinelli Drive
    Westmont, IL 60559

    Phone Number
    (630) 856-7701

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    AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center Hinsdale New Day Center Location and Directions
    Location

    740 Pasquinelli Drive Ste 104
    Westmont, IL 60559
    (630) 856-7701

    Accepting

    Gender Female, Male

    Age Adults (20+)

    Modality Family, Group, Individuals

    Listed December 11, 2022

    Updated June 24, 2024

    Westmont, Illinois Addiction and Treatment

    In 2016, more than 2,350 Illinoisans died from drug overdoses. More than 5,500 deaths annually occur in Illinois due to the abuse of alcohol and other drugs. 7.17% of Illinois residents reported using illicit drugs in the past month (2018). Substance abuse costs the state approximately $3.5 billion every year.

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