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Arlington Center for Recovery

1655 South Arlington Heights Road
Arlington Heights, IL - 60005
(847) 427-9680
Fax Number: (847) 427-9561

Description

Arlington Center For Recovery is a multidisciplinary treatment center specializing in the treatment of chemical abuse/dependency. The Center was established in 1996, in response to a community need for high quality chemical abuse/dependence treatment. Arlington Center is licensed by the Illinois Department of Human Services Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse. Their philosophy of matching the treatment to the patient rather than the patient to the treatment has been the bedrock of their success. Comparatively, all cancer is not treated the same way and it is their belief that all chemical abuse/dependency should not be treated the same either. Every patient is painstakingly evaluated to determine the proper course of treatment. If additional care is needed it will be arranged within the center through their affiliate staff of psychologists, licensed clinical professional counselors, or licensed clinical social workers. Their patients are treated with dignity and respect at all times. Arlington Center for Recovery offers a full line of chemical abuse/dependency services and accepts most insurance. Their professional staff is willing to answer your questions and provide the information you need to make a decision concerning your treatment. For information call: 800-278-HELP(4357)

Is this treatment center really free?

Most of the listings on this website are free; however, we decided it would also be helpful for our visitors to see sliding scale treatment centers and low cost rehab centers for low income persons.

User questions & answers

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What is your current addiction that you are seeking help for? How long have you been addicted to it?

What is your current addiction that you are seeking help for? How long have you been addicted to it?

Alcohol

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Sunday, January 5, 2020

Alcohol

I’m addicted to heroin as it’s my drug of choice. I also smoke crack and meth and do anything available really. I started drinking when I was about 14, did coke at about 16, and shot heroin when I was 23 and since then has been the hardest struggle and can no longer manage my life.

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Sunday, January 6, 2019

I’m addicted to heroin as it’s my drug of choice. I also smoke crack and meth and do anything available really. I started drinking when I was about 14, did coke at about 16, and shot heroin when I was 23 and since then has been the hardest struggle and can no longer manage my life.

Have you ever been to a rehab facility before? How was it? What did you pay for treatment? (Let us also know the name of the treatment center)

Have you ever been to a rehab facility before? How was it? What did you pay for treatment? (Let us also know the name of the treatment center)

Yes. Blue Cross blue shield. Southwood intervention

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Sunday, January 5, 2020

Yes. Blue Cross blue shield. Southwood intervention

Do you have health insurance? Do you have a high deductible?

Do you have health insurance? Do you have a high deductible?

I have no health insurance.

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Sunday, January 6, 2019

I have no health insurance.

If you have any other information you would like us to know, please enter it here.

If you have any other information you would like us to know, please enter it here.

I actively have blue Cross blue shield

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Sunday, January 5, 2020

I actively have blue Cross blue shield

I was on methadone for a short period of time but couldn’t afford it and still ended up doing heroin while on it.

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Sunday, January 6, 2019

I was on methadone for a short period of time but couldn’t afford it and still ended up doing heroin while on it.

Have you ever had free rehab before? How did you get in to the program?

Have you ever had free rehab before? How did you get in to the program?

Insurance

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Sunday, January 5, 2020

Insurance

Do they accept ex felons?

Do they accept ex felons?

Since many of our rehab centers are sliding scale, we have provided the Federal Poverty Guidelines below. Visit the Arlington Center for Recovery website listed above to see what the level is needed for free care based on your income from the sliding fee scale.

Federal Poverty Guidelines for 2021

Persons In Family Household Poverty Guideline Salary per year
1 $12,760
2 $17,240
3 $21,720
4 $26,200
5 $30,680
6 $35,160
7 $39,640
8 $44,120

For Households with more than 8 persons, add $4,480 for each additional person.
*Alaska and Hawaii have different rates for HUD federal poverty guidelines.
These numbers above represent 100% of the Federal Poverty Rate. In order to get reduced or free treatment from some substance abuse centers, they use a sliding fee scale based on your income. When they use a sliding fee scale, the 100% rate can be different than 100%. In those cases, using for example a 200% federal poverty level, you will only need double the 100% number listed above to 200%.

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Sliding Scale Treatment Fees that are variable based on the clients ability to pay. Fees are reduced for lower income persons or have less money due to high expenses.

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