Our Gateway Foundation Chicago Kedzie location in Humboldt Park provides patients with a sober living recovery home. The Kedzie home gives you a place to continue recovery after you finish residential treatment. We also offer outpatient recovery services at this Illinois facility. At Gateway Foundation Chicago Kedzie, you can get the support you need to stay on the path to recovery.
With a history of more than 50 years and one million people helped, we have the expertise you need. We offer patient-centered care with a personalized and evidence-based approach. Our facilities span the Chicago, Illinois area and include sober living homes like Chicago Kedzie, outpatient centers and residential facilities. This network enables us to provide comprehensive addiction care.
The Gateway Foundation location on Chicago’s Kedzie Avenue has a full staff of counselors and support specialists ready to help you. Our care team includes certified alcohol and drug counselors (CADCs) and licensed clinical professional counselors (LCPCs). We also have administrative professionals and other team members who will help you get the support you need throughout the recovery processes.
Many of the services we offer at Gateway Foundation Chicago Kenzie involve our sober living community. Our recovery home supports patients who finished our residential treatment program. Here, they get support in everyday living in addition to outpatient services. As part of our mission to support patients after treatment, we also serve our alumni at this treatment center. We provide events and weekly meetings that give alumni the chance to find community in each other.
We also offer outpatient services to our recovery home residents and any other patients who need help. These treatments include:
Everyone who receives our outpatient treatment has a personalized care plan that accounts for their unique needs.
Addiction impacts the social, emotional and physical aspects of well-being. At Gateway Foundation, we aim to address all of these elements through comprehensive drug addiction rehab services. Discover how we approach each component of addiction:
Let us help you manage all of addiction’s effects so you can raise your chances of a successful recovery.
When you first visit our outpatient treatment center, we will perform an intake where we talk about your needs. We will ask about your drug use, medical history and situation. Once we understand your experience with addiction, we will develop a personalized care plan designed around your needs. As you receive treatment, we can adapt this strategy in response to changing circumstances.
Addiction recovery can appear to be confusing. Finding a support system is needed for a successful recovery. People who have been your support in the past may not be the people who support you in recovery. Having a sober community in place can make all the difference in staying sober. Gateway Foundation Chicago Kedzie works to create a community where all feel welcome and support each other.
Undergoing addiction treatment forces people to change virtually every aspect of their life. Their habits, interests, and even who they choose to spend time with all may change after they finish treatment. This can create feelings of intense loneliness as they realize they can’t rely on the same friend group.
The addiction treatment staff at Gateway Foundation Chicago Kedzie fosters an environment of community and support for both current clients and alumni. Support for alumni is especially important, as they are striving to live independently while remaining sober. For this reason, we provide a variety of options for alumni to stay involved in our sober community.
For one, we offer weekly meetings that alumni are welcome to attend. These include other 12 Step Recovery Programs. In these weekly meetings, attendees discuss their current struggles and find comfort in others going through the same circumstances. For many, these meetings are vital for keeping them grounded and stable in recovery.
Gateway Foundation also puts on events for alumni to help them have fun and meet people in a sober environment. These events include lake parties, 5Ks, and more. These events are a great place to find sober friends and start rebuilding your support network.
When you experience a DUI in Illinois, you must follow set rules and meet certain requirements before getting your driving privileges back. Part of these requirements includes attending DUI classes and undergoing a DUI evaluation before sentencing. Gateway Foundation’s location in Chicago Kedzie simplifies this process by helping you meet your court requirements.
At Gateway Springfield, your mental and behavioral health come first during DUI classes. Therefore, your post-DUI treatment focuses on a clear assessment of your needs and to meet court requirements. After this evaluation, you gain a clear treatment plan that also meets your sentencing needs. Some treatment plans include:
When you experience DUI in Illinois, turn to Gateway Foundation Chicago Kedzie for your DUI classes, DUI evaluation, and treatment planning.
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At Gateway Foundation, we dedicate ourselves to guiding Illinois patients through every stage of recovery. Gateway Foundation Chicago Kedzie helps us achieve this goal by empowering patients to live sober lives. Call 773-227-2158 or contact our staff online to start your journey to recovery.
Sally Thoren first joined Gateway Foundation in 1982 as a college intern and became a full-time employee upon graduating. Sally has served in many roles at Gateway Foundation during her career: counselor, admissions staff, assistant program director, program director, regional director and now serves as the executive director for Gateway Foundation’s services in Chicago. She also manages Gateway Foundation’s relationships with many institutional funders.
Over the course of her 35-year career, Sally has seen substance use treatment evolve from a fragmented, hierarchical “behavior modification” approach to a person-centered, trauma-informed, medication-assisted, multidisciplinary approach. She has championed the work in the field, earning the Vince Bakeman Memorial Advocacy award in 2010.
Sally earned her bachelor’s degree in political science from Carleton College and also studied law at DePaul University.
Dr. Keith Sarpolis has over 37 years of diverse experience focused on substance use disorder and internal medicine. He approaches healthcare through a holistic perspective, believing that treatment of both the physical and psychosocial aspects of a patient’s health is critical.
Dr. Sarpolis earned his medical degree from the University of Michigan Medical School.
The clinical team at Gateway Chicago Kedzie includes certified alcohol and drug counselors (CADCs), licensed clinical professional counselors (LCPCs) and a host of administrative and support staff. With over 80% of Gateway Chicago Kedzie’s population coming from the criminal justice system, the team is committed to understanding each person’s unique needs and circumstances and providing addiction therapy services that are right for them. The staff is vested in giving the population they serve the tools they need to save their lives.