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Find Addiction Recovery Services in Peoria, IL

Find Addiction Recovery Services in Peoria, IL

Trillium Place is ready to support you in your recovery by providing evidence-based programs to meet your physical, emotional, and behavioral health needs. Addiction recovery services are accessible across central Illinois with locations in Peoria, East Peoria, Pekin, and Lincoln.


Types of Addiction Treatment at Trillium Place

Adult Substance Abuse Programs

Our compassionate team is trained to provide addiction help for a variety of substance abuse disorders including alcohol addiction, opioid addiction, marijuana addiction, sedative addiction, and addiction to stimulants such as methamphetamines, hallucinogens, and more. We offer outpatient, inpatient, residential, and partial hospitalization care options (with and without overnight boarding), and are specialized in managing withdrawal symptoms through medical detoxication and withdrawal management services. Medication-assisted treatment options are also available. Learn more about adult substance abuse programs at Trillium Place.

Adult Behavioral Addiction Programs

Addiction is not limited to substance use, it can occur in many forms including gambling or gaming addiction, sex addiction, food addiction, shopping addiction and more. At Trillium Place, our team provides day treatment (with and without overnight boarding) and outpatient care programs for a variety of behavioral addictions. Learn more about behavioral addiction services offered at Trillium Place.

Inpatient Rehab Center

Formerly known as the Illinois Institute for Addiction Recovery, the Addiction Recovery Center at Carle Health Proctor Hospital provides a range of services including medical detoxication and withdrawal management, inpatient care, partial hospitalization (with and without overnight boarding), intensive outpatient care, continuing care, and medication-assisted treatment.

Additional Addiction Recovery Programs and Services

  • Pregnancy and Postpartum Women's Substance Abuse Program
  • Adolescent Substance Abuse Programs
  • Overdose Education and Naloxone Training
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
  • Individual or Community Support Groups
  • DUI Services

Please keep in mind, the type of service and length of care is tailored to individual needs.


What are the Signs and Symptoms of Addiction?

Many individuals have struggled with the question, "Am I addicted?" or "Am I an alcoholic." You are not alone; awareness of potential addiction symptoms and reaching out for help is the first step to recovery.
Common signs and symptoms* of a substance use disorder include:

  • Spending a lot of time thinking about, planning, and recovering from alcohol or drug use.
  • Difficulty setting limits with alcohol or drug use.
  • Experiencing cravings or urges to use.
  • Needing more of the substance to achieve the same effect.
  • Continued use of alcohol or drugs even though it's impacting work, relationships, and overall health.
  • Loss of interest in previously enjoyed activities or hobbies due alcohol or drug use.
  • Engaging in unsafe behaviors when using alcohol or drugs.
  • Physical or psychological symptoms experienced during efforts to reduce or discontinue use. (Consult with your doctor or treatment provider before discontinuation of use.)

If you are experiencing, or have questions about the above signs and symptoms, call (888) 311-0321 to discuss your concerns and learn more about addiction services.

*Information on signs and symptoms of addiction is based on the DSM-5.

What are the Signs and Symptoms of Addiction?

We are here to partner with you on your recovery journey. Get started by contacting a member of our team. An assessment appointment will be scheduled at the location that best fits your needs. Phone screenings and phone assessments are offered at most locations. A recommendation for care will then be discussed with you.

You may be asked to bring the following to your appointment:

  • Medication List
  • Insurance Card
  • For adolescents, 13-17, the primary guardian must be present for the assessment appointment.


Experiencing a Crisis?

For life-threatening concerns, call 911 or be taken to your nearest emergency department.

For mental health and substance use crisis support and resources, contact:

Trillium Place Crisis Services, available 24/7:

Peoria County - (309) 671-8084
Tazewell & Woodford Counties - (309) 347-1148

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Not Sure Where to Get Started?

Begin by contacting a member of our team today. Call (888) 311-0321.