Treatment takes place in residential, or inpatient, programs or outpatient programs. All treatment programs are licensed by the Illinois Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery, meet criteria established by Illinois Rule 2060, and are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
All Haymarket Center residential programs are licensed and accredited, and use evidence-based approaches to care.
Haymarket Center treats each patient as an individual. In making plans for treatment and recovery, we consider each patient’s mental and physical health as well as their substance use history and social factors affecting their health. Our programs are rooted in a strong orientation toward family and community.
All of our treatment programs offer medication assisted treatment (MAT). Haymarket Center’s specialized programs for women and men address their unique needs and histories–in these programs, patients can safely pursue health in a residential group setting with others who share similar life experiences.
Residential treatment prepares patients to advance to outpatient treatment, a recovery home placement or transition back to the community.
Women’s Residential Programs
Women’s Residential Treatment
This unit helps female identified individuals who have used substances other than opioids. Care on this unit includes both individual and group treatment and may include medication assisted treatment.
Transforming Women’s Lives (MAT for opioid users)
This unit uses trauma-informed care approaches and cognitive behavioral therapy, along with medication assisted treatment, for women with a history of opioid use and trauma.
Maternal Addiction Treatment (MATER) Hall
This unique residential program empowers female identified individual to address the impact of substance use on their families and refine positive parenting skills while progressing in treatment. Patients are invited to bring up to two of their children under the age of five to stay with them while in treatment. While the parent participates in individual and group treatment hours, the children receive developmental services in Haymarket Center’s on-site childcare.
Maternity Objectives Management (MOMs)
This residential program serves both pregnant and parenting female identified individual who have a history of criminal justice involvement and trauma. Like MATER Hall, the MOMs program allows up to two children under age five to stay with their mothers in treatment. The pregnant individual can return to this unit with their newborn following labor and delivery, coordinated by Haymarket Center with collaborating hospitals. The babies born to women in this program have birth outcomes that exceed the norms for Illinois births. The program fosters parenting and provides developmental services for infants and young children.
Women’s Integrated Treatment
For individuals diagnosed with co-occurring serious mental illness along with a substance use disorder, this unit provides an intensive clinical program. Overseen by licensed and certified staff and with access to a psychiatrist, this program offers expert approaches to treatment and care. Depending upon severity and individual need, the person can remain in residence for up to three months.
Men’s Residential Programs
Men’s Residential Treatment
This unit offers residential treatment, including medication assisted treatment, for men with substance use disorder. Patients engage in individual and group programs throughout the day.
Transition to Recovery
This unit uses trauma-informed care approaches and cognitive behavioral therapy, along with medication assisted treatment, for male identified individuals with a history of opioid use and trauma.
Men’s Rapid Stabilization
For clients who have completed a treatment program but were unable to maintain recovery, this unit offers short term residential treatment, including medication assisted treatment options, to assist the individual to regain their confidence and capacity for recovery.
Men’s Integrated Treatment Program
For men diagnosed with co-occurring serious mental illness along with a substance use disorder, this unit provides an intensive clinical program. Overseen by licensed and certified staff and with access to a psychiatrist, this program offers expert approaches to treatment and care. Depending upon severity and individual need, the person can remain in residence for up to three months.
Integrated Care Program
This unit provides crisis stabilization for men with an un-stabilized substance use disorder and severe and persistent mental condition. A psychiatrist and licensed staff help stabilize the individual for up to 14 days, based on individual need, after which the patient could transition to the Men’s Integrated Treatment program or their community.
Family-Centered Treatment for Fathers
This unit offers substance use treatment, including medication assisted treatment, along with evidence-based fatherhood programming specifically designed to foster parenting skills. The program accepts men who have children under the age of 18 including children involved with the Department of Children and Family Services. The fathers will be introduced to a strengths-based curriculum aimed at improving parenting skills, effective communication when co-parenting, and financial literacy.
Like our residential programs, all of our outpatient programs are licensed and accredited. We offer medication assisted treatment in the outpatient programs and use proven approaches to treatment. Treatment sessions may be virtual to minimize the spread of COVID.
Intensive Outpatient Program
This program provides nine or more hours of individual and group treatment, spread over three to five days per week, to help patients progress toward recovery while remaining in their community setting.
For patients who are assessed as needing this level of care, and/or who may have completed residential treatment or intensive outpatient treatment, this program of continuing outpatient individual and group sessions helps patients living in the community to succeed in their recovery.
Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Risk Education Program
This group treatment program serves individuals whose driving has been affected by drug or alcohol use. The program orients participants to the impact of alcohol and other drug use on their individual behavior and driving skills.