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Dual Diagnosis Support Group

If you are living with a mental illness and a substance use disorder at the same time, NAMI DuPage offers support groups to allow members to share frustrations, successes, where to find the best community resources, and tips on what works best when trying to recover. The group is led by a NAMI DuPage peer counselor and a licensed clinician. For more information, view the Support Group flyer or visit the NAMI DuPage website.

Support through Harm Reduction 

Harm reduction services meet people where they are, keeping in mind that the road to recovery is different for everyone. Harm reduction resources make sure everyone can stay safe, no matter where they are on the road to recovery. This can include things like preventing and managing disease, and preventing a fatal overdose.

To learn how to identify and prevent a fatal overdose, visit the Recognizing and Responding to Opioid Overdose page. Request to have a Narcan kit mailed to you at no cost by the DuPage Narcan Program.

View the Illinois Helpline's website to find a Syringe Service Program.

Find a RxBox location near you for safe drug disposal of unused prescription drugs, or find out more about medication mail back options.

Learn more about Live4Lali’s Mobile Outreach Project. Outreach workers travel in a vehicle with supplies to help individuals with opioid use disorders and families in need of assistance. Medication disposal kits, Narcan, treatment navigation services, fentanyl test strips, and toiletries are just a few of the offerings provided by this traveling program. Live4Lali also offers a Stigma Crusher location in West Chicago. The Stigma Crusher is a mobile unit that provides free and confidential substance use disorder services and resources to the community.

DuPage Recovery Oriented System of Care

The DuPage Recovery Oriented System of Care (ROSC)'s purpose is to collaborate to build and empower communities of recovery, helping people of all ages to overcome life’s challenges and achieve goals through personalized behavioral health and services.  The ROSC council is made up of persons with lived experience and their allies in the community. The ROSC council works to reduce stigma associated with substance use and co-occurring disorders, dispel fear, and enhance the love of self and others through education. To learn more about the ROSC and view meeting information, visit the ROSC website.

Recovery Coaching

Path to Recovery Foundation offers recovery coaching for families as well as individuals. Fentanyl test strips are also available to individuals and families.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is an effective form of treatment in which a patient will, in addition to counseling, use medications that will curb withdrawal symptoms that can occur when somebody stops using opioids. Common medications to use during MAT are methadone, Naltrexone (common brands are Vivitrol or Reviva) and Buprenorphine (brands Buprenex or Butrans). To find a list of treatment providers in Illinois that provide MAT, visit the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA’s) directory. For more information about MAT, visit SAMHSA.

Locate Treatment Providers

Answer a few anonymous questions online and get a tailored list of programs or services in your area. If you already know what you are looking for, you can also search for services based on service category and location.

Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous is an international support group program for people struggling with substance use disorders related to narcotics. In the west suburbs, meetings are held in Bolingbrook, Naperville, and Villa Park. For information on meeting locations and times, visit Chicagoland Narcotics Anonymous.

Heroin Anonymous

Heroin Anonymous is an international support group program for people struggling with heroin-related substance use disorders. In the west suburbs, meetings are held in Addison, Westmont, and Winfield. For information on meeting locations and times, visit Heroin Anonymous World Services.

SMART Recovery

SMART Recovery is an abstinence-based, not-for-profit organization with a sensible self-help program for people having problems with drinking and using. Self-help procedures are taught that are designed to empower a person to abstain and to develop a more positive lifestyle. View local meeting locations.