Yes! Your privacy is protected by Federal Law 42 CFR Part 2. If you should ask us to share ANY information about your treatment with a family member, your physician, or anyone else, we will ask you to first sign a written release of information specifying with whom you would like us to share information, for what purpose you want it shared, and exactly what information you would like us to share.
Yes! We are a preferred provider for Blue Cross/Blue Shield and work with most insurance plans in Illinois. We encourage you to check your plan’s benefits for outpatient substance abuse treatment. We also accept Medicaid, All Kids, and FamilyCare, and we accept Medicare for certain treatment services. Call us to confirm whether we accept your insurance.
As is true with other health care programs, the total cost will depend on the type and duration of treatment that you may need. Each person we serve receives an individualized treatment plan. No one is EVER denied treatment at PEER Services due to an inability to pay. Because of the generosity of our donors, we are able to provide a treatment scholarship program. The amount of the scholarship is based on a family’s income and the number of people being supported by that income.
As is true for any other health concern, the best thing to do is to consult a professional. PEER Services staff are recognized experts in substance abuse prevention and treatment. An assessment by one of our professional counselors will help determine if there is a problem. If there is, we will recommend the appropriate treatment to restore you or your loved one to health.
We go to the mat to protect your privacy and keep you safe. We recognize that trust is essential to the healing process. Your privacy is protected by Federal Law 42 CFR Part 2.
PEER Services is recognized as a leader in substance use treatment, in part because we stay on top of the current learning. Our staff keeps up-to-date on the most current brain research and the evidence that demonstrates which methods are most effective in treating substance abuse. Just as you expect your physician to know how to best treat whatever physical ailment you may have, you can count on PEER Services staff having answers to the problems that substances have been causing you.
As is true for most health problems, one individual’s signs and symptoms might not match those of another. Here are some potential things to look out for, however:
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