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Hope for Tomorrow

Hope For Tomorrow is a non-profit recovery and treatment facility located in the Kane County, Illinois.  Its recovery programs are known to be highly-structured and well-executed in its community. It offers clinically guided treatments for substance abuse and many mental issues such PTSD, depressive disorders, anxiety issues, and many of the like. It executes evidence-based recovery services on its clients, whose aim is to provide professional and emphatic care. The recovery services are available to the clients through their outpatient program and twelve step program. It also provides relapse prevention services.

Aurora, Illinois has a friend in the Hope for Tomorrow addiction treatment center.  This rehab program is workable and powerful and engaging in a lot of different ways, and the center is entirely responsible for creating recovery in a lot of people.  The program offers a multitude of different services to help people.

While working as an Alcohol & Drug Counselor at an extended residential treatment facility, our founding president, Jeff Gilbert, witnessed many of the same individuals bounce back and forth from the streets, to jails, to institutions and back to treatment. Some ended up in prisons, while others languished on long waiting lists for a residential bed, and others died before they could return to treatment. Those who successfully completed short-term, highly-structured programs were often sent to transitional housing with virtually no structure or supportive services. A facility providing the appropriate level of care for this population simply did not exist. Jeff, his wife Janet, and Jeff's mother, Carolyn Duetsch, opened Hope for Tomorrow, Inc. to fill this void in the Continuum of Care. 

Hope For Tomorrow is licensed through the Illinois Department of Human Services, Division of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse (DASA) and is a member of the Illinois Association of Extended Care (IAEC).

This is a substance abuse treatment program that offers outpatient sober living and addiction treatment options that are all one and the same very helpful for people.  For some more data about it, the Hope for Tomorrow is a community respected, well thought of, both long term and short term operating drug and alcohol addiction and dependence treatment center, health clinic, detox clinic, rehab program, recovery focused organization, addiction prevention association, and permanent sobriety-focused group.  The Hope for Tomorrow can be paid for with self pay, or they can be paid for with private health insurance from The First Care Health Plans Organization, HCSC Health Insurance Inc., United Health Care Services, Magellan Health Services and Insurance Plans Incorporated, Exclusive Care Health Care Inc., LifeSynch Health Plans, First Health Network Limited, APS PPO Health Care Insurance, The Medical Mutual Health Insurance Organization, and The Community Health Choice Association.

Hope For Tomorrow is a non-profit recovery and treatment facility located in the Kane County, Illinois.  Its recovery programs are known to be highly-structured and well-executed in its community. It offers clinically guided treatments for substance abuse and many mental issues such PTSD, depressive disorders, anxiety issues, and many of the like. It executes evidence-based recovery services on its clients, whose aim is to provide professional and emphatic care. The recovery services are available to the clients through their outpatient program and twelve step program. It also provides relapse prevention services.

Aurora, Illinois has a friend in the Hope for Tomorrow addiction treatment center.  This rehab program is workable and powerful and engaging in a lot of different ways, and the center is entirely responsible for creating recovery in a lot of people.  The program offers a multitude of different services to help people.

While working as an Alcohol & Drug Counselor at an extended residential treatment facility, our founding president, Jeff Gilbert, witnessed many of the same individuals bounce back and forth from the streets, to jails, to institutions and back to treatment. Some ended up in prisons, while others languished on long waiting lists for a residential bed, and others died before they could return to treatment. Those who successfully completed short-term, highly-structured programs were often sent to transitional housing with virtually no structure or supportive services. A facility providing the appropriate level of care for this population simply did not exist. Jeff, his wife Janet, and Jeff's mother, Carolyn Duetsch, opened Hope for Tomorrow, Inc. to fill this void in the Continuum of Care. 

Hope For Tomorrow is licensed through the Illinois Department of Human Services, Division of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse (DASA) and is a member of the Illinois Association of Extended Care (IAEC).

This is a substance abuse treatment program that offers outpatient sober living and addiction treatment options that are all one and the same very helpful for people.  For some more data about it, the Hope for Tomorrow is a community respected, well thought of, both long term and short term operating drug and alcohol addiction and dependence treatment center, health clinic, detox clinic, rehab program, recovery focused organization, addiction prevention association, and permanent sobriety-focused group.  The Hope for Tomorrow can be paid for with self pay, or they can be paid for with private health insurance from The First Care Health Plans Organization, HCSC Health Insurance Inc., United Health Care Services, Magellan Health Services and Insurance Plans Incorporated, Exclusive Care Health Care Inc., LifeSynch Health Plans, First Health Network Limited, APS PPO Health Care Insurance, The Medical Mutual Health Insurance Organization, and The Community Health Choice Association.

Address

  • 479 North Lake Street
  • Aurora
  • IL
  • 60506
  • United States

Contact

Hope for Tomorrow

Extended Recovery Care

Relapse Prevention | Transitional Housing | Sober Living

Aurora

Aurora 12-Step | Aurora Outpatient

Illinois Legal Advice and Services

DUI/DWI Offenders

Illinois Treatments by Gender and Age

Men | Women

Illinois Counties

Will County

Illinois Types of Services

Twelve Steps | Outpatient | Substance Abuse Treatment

Illinois Types of Payments

Self Payment

Illinois Special Services

Person with co-occuring mental and substance abuse disorders | Illinois Services for Addicts with HIV/AIDS

Illinois Cities

Aurora

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Bobby Newman is a certified counselor and interventionist who has been performing successful interventions for over 17 years. He also has educated thousands of people on the danger of drugs and alcohol addiction.