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Visiting Joliet for Addiction Treatment?
Joliet, Illinois, also known as the "City of Steel," is only 30 miles outside of Chicago and home to two casinos. It's no wonder that the 144,000 residents deal with a higher rate of drug and alcohol addiction than do their fellow Illinoisans. If you are living in Joliet and you are struggling with cocaine addiction, heroin addiction, amphetamines abuse as well as other behavioral and psychological conditions related to drug and alcohol addiction, then you can find help ranging from drug detox, opiate addiction maintenance, inpatient drug treatment, Hindu rehab programs, outpatient drug rehab, sober living and more at one of the Joliet drug and alcohol addiction treatment centers listed above.
Is someone you love in Joliet, Illinois a heroin addict, addicted to crystal meth, or abusing alcohol as well as other drugs of addiction? Do you need a Joliet drug and alcohol rehab for immediate treatment? On our list above, you will find a number of Joliet drug and alcohol treatment centers to choose from all over the city from Joliet Junior College to University of St. Francis, out by St. Joe's Medical Center on the west side or Silver Cross Hospital on the east side. You will also find some Joliet sober living homes as well. Consider combining a Joliet drug and alcohol treatment program with a sober living facility and take your first step toward your new life free from drug addiction.