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Our outpatient treatment center in Springfield, Illinois, helps patients live their everyday lives while managing recovery. Let our professional staff offer guidance as you take this journey. We provide evidence-based care services that give you the support you need as you recover from a substance use disorder. Discover our treatments and why patients choose Gateway Springfield for outpatient addiction care.
As a mental health condition, addiction impacts your emotional well-being more than you may think. Our outpatient treatments focus on behavioral services that can help you understand your substance use. These services provide many physical and psychological benefits during recovery, including:
When you receive care from Gateway Springfield Outpatient, you will join a support network of addiction professionals and fellow patients and become part of a community focused on healthy, drug-free living.
Outpatient addiction treatments serve as effective alternatives to inpatient options. You could benefit from an outpatient program if you:
Depending on your symptoms and situation, you may get more out of an inpatient program than outpatient care. Our team will help you determine which model will work best for you. If you need inpatient care, you can attend our other Springfield location’s residential program or another Gateway clinic.
We provide a wide range of addiction care services to build a strong foundation for your recovery. Our programs and treatments include:
After you finish treatment at Gateway Springfield Outpatient, you can continue receiving our support by joining our recovery community of alumni, who guide each other through life after treatment.
Many people with addictions have co-occuring mental health conditions that contribute to their substance use. At Gateway, we provide dual diagnosis treatment that targets both addiction and co-occurring disorders. You may have a mental health condition affecting your substance use if you have:
The addiction professionals at our clinic have experience treating addiction and co-occurring disorders. They can diagnose your emotional symptoms and develop a comprehensive care plan.
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Join a recovery community that cares. At Gateway Springfield Outpatient, we support patients on their terms. Start the journey to recovery today by contacting our team online or calling us at 217-615-2545.
Kerry Henry has been with Gateway since 1994 and has worked in both the community and corrections divisions during her career. Since 2009, Henry has been in an executive leadership role overseeing the central Illinois programs.
Kerry is very proud to work for an organization that is a leader in the industry and genuinely cares about those who are suffering from substance use disorders. She finds working in the field to be challenging but rewarding in that the staff have the ability to help people regain and change lives for the better.
Kerry earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and is a certified alcohol and drug counselor (CADC)
Dr. Cathy Crabtree has been in practice for over 40 years. She has been a consultant at Gateway since 2009 while maintaining a private practice in family medicine in Chatham until she retired in 2014.
Prior to joining Gateway, Dr. Crabtree worked at Lincoln Prairie Behavioral Center treating children with behavioral issues. She has been a member of the Sangamon County and Illinois State Medical Societies for over 40 years. Moreover, she is an active member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine. Dr. Crabtree has also been involved in several projects around the Springfield community.
Dr. Crabtree earned her undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Missour
The dedicated Addiction Specialists at Gateway Springfield Outpatient provides substance use disorder education and group counseling. The team is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and offers compassionate care during all stages of recovery. Patients will work with many members of the staff including certified alcohol and drug counselors (CADCs), licensed professional counselors (LPCs), licensed clinical professional counselors (LCPCs) and licensed clinical social workers (LCSWs). For more information, call us now at 217.615.2545.