SpringBoard Recovery is available to provide drug and alcohol rehab for those living in Aurora, Illinois. Located in Scottsdale Arizona, we work with people from all over the United States to change their lives by stopping their substance use. SpringBoard Recovery is accredited by The Joint Commission and in good standing with the Better Business Bureau.
“As it says on our website, our approach is “Refreshingly Human” – vital in a world too keen to label each of us as this or that, in this category or in that category, an alcoholic or a cocaine addict. It is this human side, this humble heart we share and show to people who come to us in need of treatment, and it is this simple humanity that enables us to inspire the changes these people are desperate for and deserve.” -Robert Castan CEO
Traveling From Aurora, Illinois to Arizona for Drug and Alcohol Rehab
At first, it may seem odd to go across the country for addiction treatment. It actually is becoming an option that is being used more often. People have many different reasons to go out of state for the addiction recovery help they need.
One reason for traveling could be finding the right treatment program. Each treatment facility has different rehab programs. What works for one person may not help someone else at all. SpringBoard Recovery creates personal programs for everyone who comes.
Some people may need to leave their current environment so they can stay away from places or people that encourage drug or alcohol use. Leaving their state to go to rehab in Arizona helps to avoid places that could trigger a relapse. A relapse can be dangerous, when someone starts using again they could overdose easily.
Some people who have a drug or alcohol problem may have a public job, like doctors, lawyers, and police officers. They will often go out of the area to seek recovery for privacy. In another state, they are unlikely to run into someone they know from their job.
Does Health Insurance Cover Rehab?
Health insurance providers are required to offer some kind of substance use benefits. This is different for each provider. We can verify benefits for anyone who is interested in coming to SpringBoard Recovery for help. We want everyone to get the treatment they need without a lot of out-of-pocket expenses.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Statistics
Aurora, Illinois is the second-most populous city in the state, right after Chicago. Aurora is forty miles from Chicago and is part of four different counties, Rush, Kane, Kendall and Will. The Rush Copley Medical Center is in Aurora and reported the following statistics in the Community Health Needs Assessment report for 2019.
- Opioid deaths in Kane County
- 2014 there were 25
- 2015 there were 25
- 2016 there were 45
- 2017 there were 70
- 2018 there were 64
- Over the five year period, opioid deaths increased by 156%
- Opioid deaths in Kendall County
- 2014 there were 7
- 2015 there were 7
- 2016 there were 22
- 2017 there were 14
- 2018 there were 15
- Over the five year period, opioid deaths increased by 114%
- Opioid deaths in DuPage County
- 2014 there were 67
- 2015 there were 78
- 2016 there were 111
- 2017 there were 124
- 2018 there were 117
- Over the five year period, there was a 75% increase in opioid deaths
- Opioid deaths in Will County
- 2014 there were 62
- 2015 there were 79
- 2016 there were 103
- 2017 there were 124
- 2018 there were 105
- Over the five year period, there was an increase of opioid deaths by 69%
The Kane County 2018 Community Health Needs Assessment report provides the following statistics:
- Between 2014 and 2016 the annual average of Cirrhosis/Liver disease deaths was 9.5 deaths per 100,000 residents.
- 28% of adults reported they are excessive drinkers in 2018, increasing from 16.2% in 2015.
- 7.8% of Kane County adults said they drove after having too much to drink in the past month in 2018, in 2015 it was 1.4%.
- 6% of adults used an illicit drug in the past month in 2018, in 2015 it was 1.7%.
- 44.7% rated substance abuse a major problem in the community.
- 42.5% rated substance abuse a moderate problem in the community.
- Heroin was identified as the biggest problem substance followed by alcohol.
Aurora police arrested a man in November 2018 on felony drug charges. He was found to have over 100 grams of heroin, over 15 ecstasy pills, more than 30 grams of marijuana, and six handguns. He was also in possession of an AR-15 rifle that he was prohibited from having.
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Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities
The SAMHSA locator tool shows 40 substance use treatment programs in a 15-mile radius of Aurora, Illinois. There are:
- There are 6 programs that offer detox services
- There are 40 programs that offer outpatient services
- There are 8 programs that offer partial hospitalization programs or day treatment
- There are 30 programs that offer intensive outpatient treatment
- There are 12 programs that offer outpatient methadone or naltrexone treatment
- There are 38 that offer traditional outpatient treatment
- There is 1 short term residential program
- 28 programs offer telehealth services
What to Expect During Rehab
Detox is the beginning of drug and alcohol addiction recovery. When a person stops using drugs and alcohol the body goes through changes. This process is called detoxification.
Sometimes the withdrawal symptoms while the body is emptying out the drugs can be serious. It is recommended to go to a detox program for medical supervision. There are several kinds of detox programs:
Detox does not cure addiction. People need to get to the reason they were using drugs or alcohol so they do not start using again. This requires therapy. For some, the best option is inpatient rehab.
Inpatient rehab lasts for twenty-eight days. During this time patients live in the facility full time, they do not leave for work or other activities. Some programs do detox and inpatient rehab in the same location.
Outpatient Rehab Programs
Outpatient therapy programs are more flexible, patients do not live in the facility. They can live at home or at a sober living residence during treatment. They also have the option to work or meet other obligations while recovering. There are different levels of outpatient rehab.
- Traditional outpatient therapy can be group therapy, one on one counseling, or something experiential like art or animal-related therapy. It is often once a week but can be more times a week if needed.
- Intensive outpatient programs meet several times a week for a couple of hours. It is often group therapy.
- Partial Hospitalization Programs meet five to seven times each week for several hours each day.
Additional Recovery Options
12-Step Programs and Support Groups
12-Step groups are local peer support groups, they do not offer professional help. The most well-known groups are Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. These support groups encourage each other to live sober. In Aurora, Illinois there are:
SMART Recovery meetings are also available in the Aurora, Illinois area. These are not 12-step based meetings. They provide various science-based resources for people to use to change their behavior patterns to break addictions.
Sober Living Homes
Sober living homes are a residence for people recovering from drug and alcohol addictions. There are specific rules for staying in a sober living home. Residents are required to attend outpatient therapy while living in the home.
No drugs or alcohol is allowed in the house, and there may be other rules to follow. Some sober living houses may require people to pay rent while they are there. Often all the residents help with household chores to keep everything running smoothly.
More Information About Treatment
Each person has different reasons as to why they became addicted to drugs or alcohol. The same program will not work for every single person. At SpringBoard Recovery, we prepare an individual program specific to each person that comes.
There is no shame in getting help for an addiction. We do not use shame or guilt to make people change their behaviors. We treat people with respect and like family members.
At SpringBoard Recovery, you have the option of staying in one of our recovery houses or at home. People travel from out of state to Arizona for drug and alcohol treatment often. Contact us today to get more information if you or a loved one needs help to recover from an addiction.