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Sub­stance Use Recovery

The road to recov­ery from sub­stance mis­use and addic­tion is dif­fer­ent for every per­son. Work­ing with both youth and adults, KYC offers both clin­i­cal behav­ioral health ser­vices and non-clin­i­cal sup­port groups to pro­vide indi­vid­u­al­ized care to each per­son. Clients can par­tic­i­pate in both pro­grams or whichev­er fits their recov­ery goals and needs. To ini­ti­ate sup­port, call (847) 5248800 ext. 136.

Clin­i­cal Sub­stance Use Pre­ven­tion and Recov­ery (SUPR)

We pro­vide com­pas­sion­ate sup­port to indi­vid­u­als and fam­i­lies work­ing toward recov­ery from sub­stance abuse or addic­tion. Our clin­i­cal pro­grams include:

  • Ear­ly Inter­ven­tion Support
  • DUI Eval­u­a­tion
  • DUI Risk Edu­ca­tion Classes
  • Sub­stance Use and Treat­ment, includ­ing indi­vid­ual, group, and inten­sive out­pa­tient programs

Sup­port Groups

SMART Recov­ery (Find Meet­ings Near You) (Vis­it SMART Recov­ery Online)

Ken­neth Young Cen­ter pro­vides cost-free, SMART Recov­ery meet­ings! In light of COVID-19, all KYC SMART meet­ings are avail­able on Zoom video con­fer­enc­ing. Click here to learn more.

  • Gen­er­al Adults (ages 18 and over) Sat­ur­days from 10:00a – 11:30a
  • Youth (ages 17 and under) Thurs­days from 4:30p – 6:00p
  • LGBTQ+ Adults (ages 18 and over) Mon­days from 5:30p – 7:00p

Each meet­ing is free and takes place at 650 E. Algo­nquin Rd. Suite 104 Schaum­burg, IL 60107

SMART Recov­ery meet­ings are peer-led sup­port groups for those in recov­ery from addic­tive behav­iors, includ­ing sub­stance use. Meet­ings are part dis­cus­sion, part edu­ca­tion­al, incor­po­rat­ing tools of Cog­ni­tive Behav­ioral Ther­a­py (CBT), Ratio­nal Emo­tive Behav­ior Ther­a­py (REBT) and moti­va­tion­al inter­view­ing. Meet­ings are cost-free and non-reli­­gious­­ly affil­i­at­ed. SMART Recov­ery Online offers chat rooms 24 hours a day, dai­ly online meet­ings, and a mes­sage board.

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