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Addiction and Treatment Providers in Palatine, IL

5 Centers in Palatine, Illinois

Palatine is a diverse village in Cook County, Illinois, offering a family-friendly atmosphere and abundant recreational activities. Sadly, Cook County has witnessed a devastating surge in fentanyl-related overdose deaths, with a staggering 97% increase from 2018 to 2019 and fentanyl being implicated in over 85% of opioid overdose fatalities in 2022.

Fortunately, Palatine is taking proactive measures to combat this crisis.

The village collaborates with coalitions like Communities for Positive Youth Development to raise awareness through education and evidence-based programs, involving youth in prevention efforts. Local law enforcement also adopts a community-oriented approach to tackle substance abuse issues.

Cook County Statistics

  • 1,433 fentanyl deaths in Cook County (2014-2018)
  • 85% of opioid deaths involved fentanyl (2022)
  • 97% fentanyl death increase (2018-2019)
  • 2nd highest drug death rate in IL (2021)
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Palatine: Hope and Help for Addiction Recovery

Palatine understands the struggle with addiction. Recent data shows substance abuse remains a concern, but help is available. With compassionate treatment programs nearby, you can find the support needed to overcome addiction’s challenges. A brighter future free from substance use awaits if you take that first courageous step toward recovery today.

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Clinical Care Consultants
1642 West Colonial Parkway Suite 100 Palatine, IL

Clinical Care Consultants is an addiction treatment facility that offers comprehensive outpatient, intensive outpatient, and residential services to help individuals overcome substance abuse and achieve lasting changes in their lives through individualized care and evidence-based therapies.

  • OP
  • IOP
Bridge Youth and Family Services
Insurance Accepted
Bridge Youth and Family Services
721 South Quentin Road Palatine, IL

Bridge Youth and Family Services is a certified not-for-profit mental health and substance abuse counseling center in Palatine, Illinois, offering compassionate and evidence-based programs to promote holistic healing for children, adolescents, and young adults struggling with mental health problems, substance abuse, and addiction.

  • OP
  • Aftercare
Treatment Centers of Illinois
616 N Ct Palatine, IL

Treatment Centers of Illinois is a drug and alcohol rehab center located in Palatine, IL that provides personalized care oriented treatment plans tailored to each individual's needs, including drug rehab, intensive outpatient services, partial-hospitalization programs, and aftercare support.

  • OP
  • Aftercare
  • IOP
  • PHP
AMITA Health Center for Mental Health
Insurance Accepted
AMITA Health Center for Mental Health
50 S Northwest Hwy Palatine, IL

The AMITA Health Center for Mental Health in Palatine, Illinois offers comprehensive mental health care services, including treatment for addiction, with a staff of experienced professionals and a variety of therapies and treatments available.

  • Aftercare
  • Intervention
  • OP
  • Dual-Diagnosis
Insurance Accepted
Families and Adolescents in Recovery
2010 East Algonquin Road Suite 206 Palatine, IL

Families and Adolescents in Recovery (FAR) is a comprehensive care provider located in Palatine, Illinois, offering comprehensive care for people of all ages struggling with substance abuse and addiction through evidence-based and trauma-informed services.

  • OP
  • Dual-Diagnosis
  • Aftercare
  • IOP

Drug and Alcohol Treatment in Palatine, IL

Palatine is a village in Cook County, located 30 miles northwest of Chicago. It was founded in 1855 and incorporated in 1866. With a population around 68,000, it’s a diverse community with 65% White, 13% Asian, and 20% Hispanic residents.

Residents enjoy the art programs offered by the Palatine Park District. Outdoor activities like golfing, biking trails, and community events are popular pastimes. The village hosts events like Oktoberfest and Streetfest annually.

For arts and entertainment, check out the Palatine Historical Society which operates the Clayson House Museum displaying artifacts from Palatine’s early days. The village also has community theaters for plays and musicals.

With its family-friendly atmosphere, diverse community, and recreational opportunities, Palatine could be an ideal place for those seeking a supportive environment during drug rehab treatment.

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Awareness Campaigns

Palatine is part of the Communities for Positive Youth Development coalition, which promotes healthy choices through education and evidence-based programs. This coalition operates under the principle of “nothing about us, without us” by involving youth in prevention efforts. The Kenneth Young Center also runs substance use prevention services targeting Palatine and surrounding areas.

Additionally, the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy has funded over 750 community coalitions nationwide, including some in Palatine, to implement local prevention programs. These efforts aim to raise awareness about substance abuse dangers and reduce youth substance use rates through communication campaigns and evidence-based education.

Legislative Measures

The Palatine Police Department takes a community policing approach to address problems like substance abuse. Officers work closely with residents to identify issues, analyze trends, and develop targeted action plans. This collaborative problem-solving helps reduce crime and improve quality of life.

The Chicago Department of Public Health has implemented harm reduction strategies like distributing naloxone kits and operating an opioid response team as part of the 911 alternative response program. While not Palatine-specific, these regional efforts complement local prevention work and reflect a public health-oriented approach to combating addiction.

Palatine Police Departments

Palatine Hospitals and Emergency Medical Services

Opioid Settlement Funds in Cook County

Cook County is receiving opioid settlement funds from the $760 million settlement between Illinois and opioid manufacturers and distributors. As per the Illinois Opioid Allocation Agreement, 25% of the funds are allocated directly to counties like Cook, with the majority being used for opioid remediation programs focused on prevention, treatment, and recovery services.

Find Treatment in Illinois

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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  • Statistic Citations:
  • National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2023, December 13). Reported drug use among adolescents continued to hold below pre-pandemic levels in 2023.
  • Gummin, D. D., Day, R., & Banerjee, A. (2019). The geographic distribution of fentanyl-involved overdose deaths in Cook County, Illinois. Journal of Medical Toxicology, 15(4), 283–290.
  • Capital Gazette. (2023, January 30). Opioid overdoses, fatalities see downward trend in Anne Arundel County. Capital Gazette.
  • Ochalek, T. A., Cumpston, K. L., Wills, B. K., Seung, H., & Levine, M., & Co-prescribing of Naloxone for Opioid Safety Workgroup. (2022). Opioid overdoses increase at home during the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders. Journal of Medical Toxicology, 18(2), 179-184.
  • Department of Public Health, City of Chicago. (2021). 2021 Mid-year opioid report.
  • Opioid Settlement Citations:
  • (n.d.). $760 million settlement between Illinois and opioid manufacturers and distributors. Referenced from
  • Illinois Opioid Allocation Agreement. (n.d.). Referenced from
  • City of Chicago. (2023). Opioid Epidemic Initiatives. Referenced from
  • Illinois Opioid Settlements. (n.d.). NOFO Base. Referenced from
  • Illinois Department of Human Services. (n.d.). Recovery Services. Referenced from
  • WTTW News. (2022, July 29). Illinois to Use $760M Opioid Settlements to Fund Treatment, Prevention Programs: Pritzker. Referenced from