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Gateway Foundation Alcohol & Drug Treatment


Gateway Foundation Alcohol & Drug Treatment has multiple locations throughout the state of Illinois making treatment available close to home and your family.

Gateway’s drug and alcohol treatment centers are staffed with highly trained and experienced substance abuse and medical professionals that are available to answer your questions and help you or your loved one find lasting recovery.

Gateway is an in-network provider for most health insurance plans and accepts self-pay. Satisfaction Ratings from our clients and their families, is over 90%. Don’t wait call our 24-Hour Helpline today at 877-321-7326

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