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Drug Rehab Illinois

According to the latest government statistics, drug addiction is increasingly becoming a notable problem in Illinois, which is creating the need for more quality drug rehab facilities in the state. A quality Illinois drug rehab can help an individual with a substance abuse problem to overcome drug addiction. One of the reasons that the state of Illinois has such a tremendous drug addiction problem is because the state is a national transportation hub and a distribution center for illicit drugs. The ultimate goal in the treatment of drug addiction is long term abstinence, and choosing the best drug rehab program can be the most important step to reaching that goal.

Choosing a drug rehab center for your drug addiction can be a complicated process, with so many available options that exist in Illinois. There are inpatient, outpatient, short term and long term drug rehabs in Illinois. In an outpatient Illinois drug rehab, the individual that is being treated for drug addiction usually visits the treatment center at various intervals for a specific number of hours. Many addicts choose this type of local drug treatment in order to remain close to home, but often times this plan can prove to be ineffective. Very few addicts can benefit long term from such a limited level of drug rehabilitation. In a residential drug rehab facility, the individual resides at the Illinois treatment center. The person can receive an intense level of treatment and support that is available 24 hours a day. Studies that have been done by the National Institute for Drug Abuse (NIDA) have indicated that long term residential drug rehabilitation that last at least 90 days has proven to be the most effective type of treatment programs for the ultimate success in treating drug addiction. Knowing which type of drug rehab to choose is easier when the individual that is seeking drug treatment has a sufficient amount of support and guidance from a substance abuse specialist.

The negative effects of drug addiction can be devastating for loved ones that are connected to the person with the problem. Drug addiction can create havoc in relationships and at the workplace and can have a negative impact on the individual's health. If an individual does not seek drug rehabilitation in the beginning stages, many times they are taking the risk of losing almost everything, including their lives, as in the case of a deadly overdose. The only way that an individual with a drug addiction can avoid these catastrophic losses, is to commit to an Illinois drug rehab program for the best possible chance at success in finally overcoming their substance abuse problem. In order for the drug rehab counselor to effectively design a treatment program that is best suited to the individual, the person must first answer important questions concerning their drug addiction during the initial assessment which generally takes place during the first call to the Illinois treatment center. It is important to have a sense of urgency when choosing a drug treatment program; many times an addict will begin to minimize their substance abuse problem, if they are given a period of time to contemplate their decision. In relation to a drug addiction, procrastination can have devastating consequences.

  • The number of drug arrests in the state of Illinois during 2006, was 112,368, according to the most recent government statistics.
  • In the state of Illinois, the illicit drug that is used the most and is most easily accessed is marijuana.
  • Methamphetamine is the principal drug of concern in the rural areas of Illinois; although there is an increasing amount of evidence that meth is also being distributed in the city of Chicago.
  • In the state of Illinois, the diversion of pharmaceutical drugs is becoming an increasingly significant problem.
  • The most commonly diverted pharmaceutical drugs in Illinois are Vicodin, Xanax, and drugs that contain phentermine. There has also been a huge increase in the number of reported incidents of pseudoephedrine being diverted in the state.
  • There is a notable increase in the use of Methadone in the state of Illinois as a direct result of the increased media attention on OxyContin in the media recently.
  • In the state of Illinois, the latest government data has reported that past month illicit drug use for individuals that are over the age of 12 is 7.49%.
  • According to the same government statistics, approximately 290,000 citizens in the state of Illinois have reported illicit drug abuse or dependence in the last year.
  • According to 2004-2005 NSDUH data, over 100,000 of the individuals in Illinois that are over the age of 12 years old have reported using an illicit drug in the last month.
  • Illinois students that were surveyed during 2006, over 14% of 8th graders, 29.1% of 10th graders and 35.8% of 12th graders have reported using marijuana within the past year.
  • Drug trafficking organizations that are based in Mexico transport the highest quantities of cocaine into the state of Illinois on a regular basis.
  • In Illinois, heroin is often distributed at the numerous open-air drug markets that are predominantly controlled by street gangs.
  • According to the Domestic Monitor Program in Illinois, the purity of the heroin that is sold on the streets of Chicago been up to 25% consistently every year for the past several years, which is indicative of a steady supply of high-quality heroin.
  • The state of Illinois is the main point for the flow of drugs into the Great Lakes Region and the Midwest, with Chicago being the major hub for both shipment and delivery of illicit cargo.

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Illinois Drug Information and Drug Trafficking

Chicago, Illinois is the major drug trafficking hub and distribution center for illegal drugs throughout the Midwest due to its geographic location and multi-faceted transportation infrastructure. Commercial trucks, passenger vehicles, package delivery services, air packages or couriers, and railways are the most common means traffickers use to transport drugs into Chicago. The majority of the investigations conducted by the Chicago Division target one of the following drug trafficking groups: Mexico-based poly-drug organizations, Colombian cocaine and heroin trafficking organizations, and Nigerian/West African groups trafficking in Southeast and Southwest Asian heroin.

In Illinois, Chicago-based street gangs such as the Gangster Disciples, Vice Lords, and Latin Kings control the drug trafficking, distribution and retail sale of cocaine, heroin, and marijuana. Most law enforcement agencies in Illinois cite the violent crime associated with gang-related drug trafficking as the most serious criminal threat to the state. Violent crime associated with street gangs, while declining in some major urban areas, is increasing in suburban and rural areas as these gangs expand their drug markets.

In Illinois, Mexico-based drug trafficking organizations transport metric-ton quantities of cocaine from the southwest border to the Chicago Field Division on a regular basis. In 2004, a large cocaine trafficking organization based in Mexico and with a large Chicago presence was dismantled as part of Operation Money Clip. The Chicago prong of the investigation resulted in seizures of nearly 140 kilograms of cocaine, a kilogram of heroin, nearly three tons of marijuana and more than $350,000.

Brokers will arrange the transportation at the southwest border and then travel to the Chicago area to oversee the delivery to local cells. Colombian organizations have provided as much as half of the bulk cocaine loads to the brokers as payment in lieu of cash. In Chicago, the drugs are consigned to local cells for distribution. In addition, the Chicago area serves as a distribution hub, supplying other cities throughout the Midwest and as Far East as New York City.

According to the Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN), there were more estimated cocaine-related emergency department mentions in Chicago than any other city monitored by the program for the 3rd year in a row. Cocaine-related deaths in Chicago were the most predominant in 2002, surpassing heroin-related deaths.

A drug information fact unique to Chicago, Illinois verse other American cities is that heroin from all four source areas-South America, Southeast Asia, Southwest Asia, and to a lesser extent Mexico-is available on a consistent basis from year to year. Until recently, virtually all of the white heroin available in the Chicago area was smuggled in by Nigerian/West African criminal groups. But investigative intelligence and Domestic Monitor Program results indicate that South American heroin availability has become more prominent over the past few years.

Increased competition amongst these groups has led directly to higher purity levels, lower prices, and widespread availability of the drug. At the retail level, heroin is distributed at numerous open-air drug markets, predominantly on the west side of the city, that are controlled by street gangs. Street gangs such as the Gangster Disciples, Vice Lords, and Mickey Cobras control the distribution and retail sales heroin throughout the city. Rival gangs have multiple sources of supply for heroin, which contributes to heroin availability.

According to the Domestic Monitor Program, the purity of heroin sold on the streets of Chicago has averaged between 20 and 25 percent every year for the past six years, indicative of a steady supply of high-quality heroin. Heroin use is at alarming levels in Chicago, with DAWN reporting that for the fifth consecutive year, there were more estimated heroin-related emergency department mentions in Chicago during 2002 than in any other U.S. city.

Illinois is faced with a two-pronged methamphetamine problem. First, large quantities of meth produced by Mexico-based Drug Trafficking Organizations are transported to the state. Mexican drug trafficking organizations transport methamphetamine into Illinois mostly from California and Mexico. They use the same distribution channels used for other drugs. Outlaw motorcycle gangs and Hispanic street gangs control the retail distribution of methamphetamine. Although there is little evidence that methamphetamine is being distributed in the Chicago area, some Mexico-produced methamphetamine destined for markets in other areas transits Chicago.

Second, small-scale methamphetamine laboratories have proliferated greatly in many areas of Illinois. Meth is the principal drug of concern in the rural areas of central and southern Illinois. The proliferation of small, clandestine methamphetamine laboratories throughout the rural areas force law enforcement to expend a large number of man-hours and resources on combating the lab problem. Most of the laboratories in the southern portion of the state use the Birch production method. The theft of anhydrous ammonia and the improper disposal of laboratory waste is of great concern to the small farming communities. In addition, DEA Operation Mountain Express III uncovered the transshipment of large quantities of pseudoephedrine from Canada, through Chicago, to California, where it was used to produce methamphetamine in "superlabs" managed by Mexican traffickers.

The use of club drugs, and more specifically "designer drugs," has increased sharply throughout the United States and in major cities such as Chicago, Illinois. "Designer drugs" refer to specific illegal substances such as MDMA, GHB, Ketamine, PCP, and licit pharmaceuticals, most notably the painkiller OxyContin. Chicago has also ranked near the top of DAWN emergency department mentions for PCP over the last few years.

Drug information from law enforcement sources in urban areas and in college towns located in many areas of the Chicago Field Division (CFD) report an increase in the abuse of these drugs. There is also a dangerous perception that many of these dangerous drugs are not harmful or addictive like cocaine and heroin. The root of the problem extends beyond the borders of Illinois and the CFD. Because of its status as an international transportation and trade center, Chicago remains vulnerable as a distribution center for drug trafficking organizations.

As in other divisions across the nation, the DEA CFD is aggressively targeting dangerous drug traffickers internationally and domestically. CFD investigations have revealed direct links to MDMA sources of supply in Europe, New York City, and Miami. Regionally, Chicago serves as a secondary source area for club drugs distributed throughout the Midwest.

1800 East Lake Shore Drive
Decatur, IL. 62521
11191 Illinois Route 185
Hillsboro, IL. 62049
211 East Ontario Street
Chicago, IL. 60611
1275 West Roosevelt Road
West Chicago, IL. 60185
1831 South Main Street
Eureka, IL. 61530
6400 West Main Street
Belleville, IL. 62223
526 Market Loop
Dundee, IL. 60118
1900 East Main Street
Danville, IL. 61832
1655 South Arlington Heights Road
Arlington Heights, IL. 60005
707 1st Avenue
Rock Falls, IL. 61071
484 Lee Street
Des Plaines, IL. 60016
1005 Broadway Street
Quincy, IL. 62305
1006 South 6th Street
Marshall, IL. 62441
100 South Atkinson Road
Grayslake, IL. 60030
49 South Waukegan Road
Deerfield, IL. 60015
101 North Bramble Street
Manteno, IL. 60950
1001 Rohlwing Road
Elk Grove Village, IL. 60007
15127 South 73rd Avenue
Orland Park, IL. 60462
15750 South Bell Road
Homer Glen, IL. 60491
1942 Dempster Street
Evanston, IL. 60202
469 North Lake Street
Aurora, IL. 60506
1207 McHenry Road
Buffalo Grove, IL. 60089
1314 West Walnut Street
Jacksonville, IL. 62650
904 East Martin Luther King Drive
Centralia, IL. 62801
935 Lakeview Parkway
Vernon Hills, IL. 60061
1080 East Park Street
Carbondale, IL. 62901
27W350 High Lake Road
Winfield, IL. 60190
1777 East Court Street
Kankakee, IL. 60901
1801 Fox Drive
Champaign, IL. 61820
164 Division Street
Elgin, IL. 60120
760 Foxpointe Drive
Sycamore, IL. 60178
137 Industrial Park Road
Monmouth, IL. 61462
9723 Southwest Highway
Oak Lawn, IL. 60453
209 West Romeo Street
Peoria, IL. 61605
3111 Williamson County Parkway
Marion, IL. 62959
204 West University Avenue
Urbana, IL. 61801
666 Russel Court
Woodstock, IL. 60098
4747 Lincoln Mall Drive
Matteson, IL. 60443
21 Heritage Drive
Bourbonnais, IL. 60914
343 Court Street
Pekin, IL. 61554
10001 Grand Avenue
Franklin Park, IL. 60131
1776 Moon Lake Boulevard
Hoffman Estates, IL. 60169
951 West Bartlett Road
Bartlett, IL. 60103
115 East Stacey Street
Chester, IL. 62233
40 Timberline Drive
Lemont, IL. 60439
631 South 1st Street
DeKalb, IL. 60115
7520 Skokie Boulevard
Skokie, IL. 60077
3633 West Lake Avenue
Glenview, IL. 60026
409 West Washington Street
Bloomington, IL. 61701
826 North Avenue
Waukegan, IL. 60085
2413 Canal Street
Blue Island, IL. 60406
727 Etna Road
Ottawa, IL. 61350
5230 South Sixth Street Road
Springfield, IL. 62703
9050 West 81st Street
Justice, IL. 60458
343 West Lake Street
Addison, IL. 60101
322 West State Street
Geneva, IL. 60134
5000 South 5th Avenue
Hines, IL. 60141
301 South Cross
Robinson, IL. 62454
4230 Lincolnshire Drive
Mount Vernon, IL. 62864
1775 Dempster Street
Park Ridge, IL. 60068
1237 East 1600 North Road
Gilman, IL. 60938
811 West John Street
Yorkville, IL. 60560
505 South 8th Street
East St. Louis, IL. 62201
6912 Main Street
Downers Grove, IL. 60516
1023 Burlington Avenue
Western Springs, IL. 60558
28 East Marion Street
Princeton, IL. 61356
16278 Prince Drive
South Holland, IL. 60473
20200 Governors Drive
Olympia Fields, IL. 60461
311 West Vienna Street
Anna, IL. 62906
124 South Chicago Street
Lincoln, IL. 62656
307 Henry Road
Alton, IL. 62002
1941 Rohlwing Road
Rolling Meadows, IL. 60008
1313 21st Street
Granite City, IL. 62040
5929 West Roosevelt Road
Cicero, IL. 60804
301 East Jefferson Street
Macomb, IL. 61455
3033 West Jefferson Street
Joliet, IL. 60435
1100 Lake Street
Oak Park, IL. 60301
19400 Creek Drive
Chicago Heights, IL. 60411
120 North Oak Street
Hinsdale, IL. 60521
252 Main Street
Park Forest, IL. 60466
800 East Locust Street
Olney, IL. 62450
565 North Turner Avenue
Freeport, IL. 61032
5016 North Illinois Street
Fairview Heights, IL. 62208
20500 South LaGrange Road
Frankfort, IL. 60423
721 South Quentin Road
Palatine, IL. 60067
612 Oglesby Avenue
Normal, IL. 61761
125 Broadway Street
Louisville, IL. 62858
4324 7th Street
Moline, IL. 61265
100 Dr Warren Tuttle Drive
Harrisburg, IL. 62946
750 Broadway Avenue E
Mattoon, IL. 61938
1506 E Roosevelt Road
Wheaton, IL. 60187
1910 1st Street
Highland Park, IL. 60035
926 15th Avenue
East Moline, IL. 61244
720 Industrial Drive
Cary, IL. 60013
202 West Central Street
Irving, IL. 62051
701 Winthrop Avenue
Glendale Heights, IL. 60139
7210 East State Street
Rockford, IL. 61108
501 West Peterson Road
Libertyville, IL. 60048
1609 Sibley Boulevard
Calumet City, IL. 60409
68 Ambrogio Drive
Gurnee, IL. 60031
1921 North Market Street
Monticello, IL. 61856
4230 11th Street
Rock Island, IL. 61201
3000 Sugar Mill Court
Effingham, IL. 62401
1335 North Mill Street
Naperville, IL. 60563
127 South Liberty Street
Rushville, IL. 62681
1750 East Main Street
St. Charles, IL. 60174
1510 West Ottawa Road
Paxton, IL. 60957
204 South Meridian Street
Toledo, IL. 62468
118 Sterling Street
La Salle, IL. 61301
161 South Lincolnway
North Aurora, IL. 60542
360 West Butterfield Road
Elmhurst, IL. 60126
230 East Main Street
Morrison, IL. 61270
1900 Silver Cross Boulevard
New Lenox, IL. 60451
695 North Kellogg Street
Galesburg, IL. 61401
201 South 2nd Avenue
Maywood, IL. 60153
1401 South Lake Street
Mundelein, IL. 60060
314 North Cedar Street
Shelbyville, IL. 62565
740 Pasquinelli Drive
Westmont, IL. 60559
8553 Ogden Avenue
Lyons, IL. 60534
3715 Municipal Drive
McHenry, IL. 60050
731 Sabrina Drive
East Peoria, IL. 61611
988 North Illinois Route 3
Waterloo, IL. 62298
730 North Pawnee Street
Taylorville, IL. 62568
1520 South 4th Street
Greenville, IL. 62246
1375 East Schaumburg Road
Schaumburg, IL. 60194
3249 South Oak Park Avenue
Berwyn, IL. 60402
7530 Lexington Street
Forest Park, IL. 60130
350 North Main Street
Hoyleton, IL. 62803
106 Edwards Street
Newton, IL. 62448
320 South Locust Street
Carlinville, IL. 62626
2800 West 95th Street
Evergreen Park, IL. 60805
701 West North Avenue
Melrose Park, IL. 60160
9520 Goldhill Road
Shawneetown, IL. 62984
716 School Street
Vandalia, IL. 62471
229 Martin Avenue
Canton, IL. 61520
941 North 2500 East Road
Assumption, IL. 62510
1400 East Irving Park Road
Streamwood, IL. 60107
95 North Research Drive
Edwardsville, IL. 62025
380 South Schmale Road
Carol Stream, IL. 60188
902 West Main Street
West Frankfort, IL. 62896
900 North Shore Drive
Lake Bluff, IL. 60044
11020 State Route 250
Lawrenceville, IL. 62439
1127 South Mannheim Road
Westchester, IL. 60154
17116 Elm Drive
Hazel Crest, IL. 60429
406 Theodore Street
Crest Hill, IL. 60403
615 North Promenade Street
Havana, IL. 62644
8570 St. Lukes Drive
Beardstown, IL. 62618
1437 West Whittaker Street
Salem, IL. 62881
1 Ingalls Drive
Harvey, IL. 60426
4610 West 147th Street
Midlothian, IL. 60445
1098 South Milwaukee Avenue
Wheeling, IL. 60090
12 West Harrison Street
Sullivan, IL. 61951
9944 South Roberts Road
Palos Hills, IL. 60465
118 East Lincoln Avenue
Onarga, IL. 60955
21 West Grand Avenue
Fox Lake, IL. 60020
538 East Boughton Road
Bolingbrook, IL. 60440
1320 Union Street
Morris, IL. 60450
951 South 7th Street
Rochelle, IL. 61068
4 Doctors Park
Gibson City, IL. 60936
1S132 Summit Avenue
Villa Park, IL. 60181
7804 West College Drive
Palos Heights, IL. 60463
337 East Ferguson Avenue
Wood River, IL. 62095
500 West Central Road
Mount Prospect, IL. 60056
939 Galena Square Drive
Galena, IL. 61036
1040 East Steger Road
Crete, IL. 60417
1122 Healthcare Drive
Mount Carroll, IL. 61053
114 West Houghton Street
Tuscola, IL. 61953
241 Commerce Drive
Crystal Lake, IL. 60014
1401 Washington Avenue
Cairo, IL. 62914
15652 Homan Avenue
Markham, IL. 60428
25480 West Cedar Crest Lane
Lake Villa, IL. 60046
603 Monroe Street
Charleston, IL. 61920
217 East South Street
Plano, IL. 60545
748 Timbercreek Road
Dixon, IL. 61021
5635 State Road
Burbank, IL. 60459
3001 Green Bay Road
North Chicago, IL. 60064
323 West Mulberry Street
Watseka, IL. 60970
405 Central Avenue
Winnetka, IL. 60093
602 East 5th Street
Mount Carmel, IL. 62863
4699 Auvergne Street
Lisle, IL. 60532
401 West Bridge Street
Streator, IL. 61364
7124 West Grand Avenue
Elmwood Park, IL. 60707
15350 Oak Park Avenue
Oak Forest, IL. 60452
607 Buchanan Street
Carthage, IL. 62321
3510 Hobson Road
Woodridge, IL. 60517
310 East Torrance Avenue
Pontiac, IL. 61764
700 SE Cross Street
Mount Sterling, IL. 62353
1412 U.S. Highway 45 North
Eldorado, IL. 62930
796 Boone Drive
Geneseo, IL. 61254
2 East 22nd Street
Lombard, IL. 60148
206 West 5th Street
Metropolis, IL. 62960
1804 Irving Park Road
Hanover Park, IL. 60133
24600 West 127th Street
Plainfield, IL. 60585
1016 South Madison Street
Du Quoin, IL. 62832