Hospitals

HOSPITALS WITH ADOLESCENT TREATMENT PROGRAMS
Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center (Chicago)

Website: http://www.advocatehealth.com/immc/behavioralhealth

Contact Info: 938 W Nelson, Chicago 60657. 773-296-3220

Services: Substance abuse counseling (individual, family, and group)

Fees/Financial Assistance: Please inquire.


Advocate Lutheran General Children’s Hospital (Park Ridge)

Website: http://www.advocatehealth.com/luth/behavioralhealth

Contact Info: 1675 Dempster Street, Park Ridge 60068. 847-318-9300.

Services: Common adolescent concerns will be addressed at the center: comprehensive primary care for teens and young adults, ADHD, acne, anemia, chronic fatigue, chronic health problems, eating disorders, fitness/healthy living, gender issues, headaches, puberty/hormonal changes, reproductive healthcare, school failure, sleep disturbance, smoking cessation, sports participation physicals, and substance abuse/addiction.

Fees/Financial Assistance: Please inquire.


Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital (Arlington Heights)

Website: http://www.alexianbrothershealth.org/abbhh

Contact Info: 847-882-1600, email behavioralhealthhospital@alexian.net, 24 hour line (intake information or speak with a counselor) 800-432-5005

Services: Programs include: Chemical Dependency, Prescription Drug Abuse, Outpatient Detoxification, Chronic Pain with Addiction, Professional’s Wellness Program. Treatment for addictive behaviors include: Gambling, Sex/Pornography, Shopping/Spending, Internet, and Video Gaming. Services are both inpatient and partial hospitalization.
Fees/Financial Assistance: Please inquire.



Chicago Lakeshore Hospital

Website: http://www.chicagolakeshorehospital.com/

Contact Info: 4840 N Marine Drive, Chicago 60640. 773-878-9700. 24 hour line 800-888-0560.  
Children's Pavilion (Ages 3-17). 4720 N. Clarendon. 773-313-4417. 

Services: Individual and group therapy for family crisis, medication management, drug rehab, eating disorders, survivors of trauma or abuse, and chronic pain patient. Valeo program for LGBTQ community.

Fees/Financial Assistance: http://www.chicagolakeshorehospital.com/tools%20and%20resources/Financial%20Assistance.php



Comer Children’s Hospital (University of Chicago Medicine)

Website: http://www.uchicagokidshospital.org/specialties/therapy-services/

Contact Info: The University of Chicago Medicine: Comer Children's Hospital. 5721 S. Maryland Avenue.

Chicago, IL 60637. 888-824-0200. Main Operator Phone Number: 773-702-1000.

Services: We treat children from birth to age 18 in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. By talking with your child and family, we can tailor a plan that will give your child the maximum benefits of our program. Most importantly, our therapists give children the confidence to interact with peers and play with their friends. The result is confident children and adolescents who are motivated and determined to lead promising lives.

Fees/Financial Assistance: Please inquire.



Hartgrove Hospital

Website: http://www.hartgrovehospital.com/

Contact Info: 5730 W Roosevelt Road, Chicago 60644. 773-413-1807. 24 hour line 800-478-4783

Services: Services include programs directed toward adolescents and families. Programs included: depression in children and adolescents, adolescent sexuality , children/adolescent stress , attention deficit hyperactivity disorder , behavioral problems, child abuse: signs and symptoms, the depressed child , developmental problems of childhood, adolescent drug and alcohol abuse, psychiatric medications for children/adolescents , high risk children , hyperactivity: facts and fallacies ,increasing responsibility and independence, adolescents diagnosed with bi-polar disorder, sexual abuse: signs and symptoms,teen suicide, when to seek professional help, neuropsychiatric issues, divorce and children, effective parenting, families of drug and alcohol abusers, families with child custody conflicts, effects of domestic violence, effective parent-teacher communication, improving parent-child communication, incest and sexual abuse, making stepfamilies work, single parent families, special needs for adopted children and working with physically abusive parents.

Fees/Financial Assistance: Please inquire.



Lurie Children's Hospital 

Website:  http://www.luriechildrens.org/en-us/care-services/conditions-treatments/child-adolescent-psychiatry/Pages/basics/basics.aspx 

Contact Info: 225 East Chicago Avenue. Chicago, IL 60611. 1-800-543-7362 (1-800-.KIDS- DOC). Appointment line for The Department of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry.

Services: Clinicians in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry provide state-of-the art psychiatric and psychological services, education and advocacy for children. The department's mission includes providing national leadership in the education of mental health care professionals and advancing knowledge through research. 

Fees/Financial Assistance: Please inquire. For more information, call 1.877.924.8200. 


Riveredge Hospital (Forest Park)

Website: www.riveredgehospital.com

Contact Info: 8311 W. Roosevelt Road. Forest Park, IL 60130. 708-771-7000 (Main) & 708-209-4181 (Assessment and Referral)

Services: Partial and residential programs. Spanish and Polish speaking physicians and staff available. The adolescent program is designed to foster increased independence, personal responsibility and improved relationships with family, peers, and community. Education services specialize in maintaining an active correspondence with a patient’s home school during their hospitalization. (School aged persons are provided 300 minutes of educational services per week.)

Fees/Financial Assistance: Please inquire.
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