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With successful completion rates 10% higher than other treatment providers, Gateway gives you the tools and knowledge needed to understand and overcome substance abuse*. Call to learn more .

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"My experience at Gateway is one I will never forget. I can never thank you enough for giving me my life back. I would recommend Gateway to anyone who wants to turn their life around and live again." - Sharon

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With more than 45 years of experience, Gateway Alcohol & Drug Treatment Centers are backed by an empowering team with the know-how it takes to help you or your loved one get life back on track.

Our dedicated professionals are eager to answer your questions in order to help you understand the complexities of substance abuse.

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Concerned about the drinking or drug use of someone you care about? Our consultation is a free, no obligation way to answer your questions and discuss treatment options.
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Because every person is unique and has different circumstances that contribute to substance abuse and/or addiction issues, we utilize a highly individualized treatment approach.
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We believe it is imperative that family members are engaged in treatment. Our Family Programs will answer your questions and help you learn how cope.
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Free Consultation
Concerned about the drinking or drug use of someone you care about? Our consultation is a free, no obligation way to answer your questions and discuss treatment options.
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Personalized Plans
Because every person is unique and has different circumstances that contribute to substance abuse and/or addiction issues, we utilize a highly individualized treatment approach.
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Family Programs
We believe it is imperative that family members are engaged in treatment. Our Family Programs will answer your questions and help you learn how cope.
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*Based on information reported by the IL Department of Human Services Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse