120 N Sangamon Street
Chicago, IL 60607
(312) 226-7984 ext. 366
Haymarket Center has licenses from the Illinois Department of Human Services, Divisions of Substance Use, Prevention, and Recovery; and Mental Health.
Haymarket Center is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
Haymarket Center is an approved NHSC-Substance Use Disorder Workforce site and Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) Look-Alike.
Haymarket Center is LegitScript Certified.
Haymarket Center conducts advocacy on issues directly related to policy and funding for substance use disorders and mental health prevention, treatment, and recovery. We advocate and engage in policy-making discussions at federal, state, county, city and local levels. Our goal is to help enact policies that will lead to increased access to care, improved efficiency and effectiveness of care, and high quality of services. Our advocacy is strictly non-partisan, and we do not advocate any specific revenue mechanism unless it is directly related to substance use disorders or mental health prevention, treatment, and recovery.
Haymarket Center is a member of the:
- Illinois Behavioral Health Consortium
- Illinois Association for Behavioral Health
- Illinois Primary Health Care Association
- Illinois Partners on Human Services
- National Council on Behavioral Health
In addition, Haymarket participates in numerous planning and advocacy councils and groups.
Haymarket’s President and CEO, Dan Lustig, Psy.D., has for many years served on advisory boards at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, a unit of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
At the local level, Haymarket belongs to or attends community groups including Randolph Fulton Market Association, City Club of Chicago and the district Police and Fire Departments.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 is a civil rights law that mandates the elimination of discrimination against persons with a qualifying disability. Haymarket Center complies with the ADA and regularly assesses the accessibility needs of persons we serve, our staff, and other stakeholders. Haymarket Center maintains an Accessibility Plan that is reviewed regularly and updated as needed.
Haymarket Center receives funding from the following:
- US Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
- Illinois Department of Human Services, Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery
- Illinois Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health
- Illinois Department of Human Services, Division of Family and Community Services
- Illinois Department of Children and Family Services
- Illinois Department of Corrections
- Illinois Department of Public Health
- Cook County Justice Advisory Council
- Circuit Court of Cook County, Adult Probation Department
- Cook County Health
- Administrative Office of the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, Adult Probation and Psychological Services Divisions
- Eighteenth Judicial Circuit Court, Department of Probation and Court Services
- Chicago Department of Public Health
- Chicago Department of Family and Support Services
- AIDS Foundation of Chicago
- Chicago Community Trust
Priority Admission Policy
Haymarket Center adheres to requirements set forth by the Code of Federal Regulations pertaining to the Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant. As such, Haymarket Center will give preference in admissions as follows:
- Pregnant injecting drug users
- Pregnant substance abusers
- Injecting drug users
- All others
In addition, as required by the Illinois Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery, Haymarket Center will give preference in admission among “all others” to:
- Postpartum women
- Known HIV infected persons
- Service Members, Veterans and their families (SMVF)
- Parenting substance users
- Illinois Department of Children and Family Services referral; Persons eligible for Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) and other women and children; Department of Corrections (DOC) releasees who have completed a prison treatment program; Clients of a SUPR “designated program” for DOC released individuals.