Champaign-Urbana Public Health District

Local Resources

Champaign-Urbana Public Health District has compiled this list of resources that can help young adults in the Champaign-Urbana area find affordable substance abuse treatment services. If you feel like you need immediate help call the National SAMHSA Helpline: 1-800-622-HELP1-800-622-HELP

Local Resources

Rosecrance offers outpatient substance abuse treatment services for young adults.

The Pavilion offers a partial hospitalization rehab program for young adults. Medicaid is accepted for individuals under 21 years of age and financial assistance for individuals with low income is offered.

Prevention and Treatment Services (PATS) provides mental health services for young adults ages 12+. provides mental health services for young adults ages 12+.

Carle Addiction Recovery Center

Carle Addiction Recovery offers substance abuse treatment services for young adults aged 14-18 years. This program does not accept Medicaid. However, Carle offers financial assistance programs to provide discounted care to those who qualify, they will be able to get 100% of the cost of services covered through the Carle Financial Assistance Program. Any medications prescribed would need to be covered by insurance or paid for out of pocket. More information

Substance abuse chart

Free Support Groups

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a group meeting for individuals who are struggling with alcohol addiction. For information on locations and times of local group meetings, call the hotline number above or visit http://aa-eci.org/.

Narcotics Anonymous of East Central Illinois (NA) Group meeting for individuals who are struggling with narcotics addiction. Visit the website or call the hotline above for information on locations and times of local group meetings.

Al-anon has group meetings for families and friends of alcoholics. Visit the website for information on locations and times of local group meetings.

Online Resources

Substance Use Resources for Adolescents and Young Adults: resources are intended to provide adolescent and young adults with easy access to existing substance use clinical care guidelines and resources that are free of cost.