Aurora Alcohol & Drug Treatment Center
Located 40 miles west of Chicago, just off of Interstate 88, Gateway Aurora is easily accessible to individuals in Northern Illinois and throughout the state. Situated on the campus of one of the area's most prominent hospitals, the Aurora Treatment Center offers Adult Residential Programs as well as convenient access to Intensive Outpatient Programs for adults struggling with alcoholism and drug abuse.
- Adult Residential Treatment (Separate Male & Female)
- Adult Day Treatment (Co-Ed)
- Adult Intensive Outpatient & Aftercare Programs (Co-Ed)
- Adolescent Outpatient Treatment (Co-Ed)
- Outpatient Mental Health Counseling
Separate Residential Programs for Men and Women
The Gateway Treatment Center in Aurora offers separate comprehensive Residential Programs and Day Programs for men and women. With unique programs, Gateway offers individuals the opportunity to focus on his or her unique needs and deal with issues too sensitive to discuss in a co-ed setting.
Outpatient Mental Health Counseling
For people suffering from mental illnesses such as major depression, bipolar disorder or schizophrenia, Gateway's Aurora Treatment Center provides Outpatient Services for adults, adolescents (ages 13-18) and children (3-12).
Involving the Entire Family in Treatment
Gateway Foundation recognizes the immediate and long-term benefits to individuals in recovery when their families are involved in treatment, and engages families in counseling and substance abuse education programs. Family Programs are part of our integrated treatment programs and are designed to answer the questions families have and to help parents, spouses, siblings and significant others learn how to better cope with the substance abuse issues of loved ones in treatment.
Gateway's Aurora Treatment Center accepts health insurance and provides assistance to find out what is covered by your insurance benefits for substance abuse treatment as well as deductibles and co-pays.
Learn more about the alcohol & drug treatment programs offered at other Gateway Treatment Centers.