To address the ongoing opioid epidemic, growing needs of the community and emerging alternate payment models, The Council is dedicated to improving the quality and quantity of services it offers, guided by the mission and vision of the organization.
Among the strategic goals important to maintaining The Council’s clinical strength, long-term growth needs and improving the patient’s quality of life are implementing a successful Recovery Coaching model to increase step-down service attendance, to reduce recidivism and to increase the completion of the scheduled treatment.
Live Your Full Potential
At The South Suburban Council, you can receive the help of a personal Recovery Coach as part of your treatment.
Benefits of having your own personal Recovery Coach:
- Receive recovery guidance from the very start through the entire treatment and post treatment experience.
- Establish an evidence-based, proven successful Plan of Action to facilitate long term/permanent recovery.
- Establish, build and strengthen the bridges and gaps from hospitalization, residential and outpatient services, to discharge.
- Get full and unbroken assistance in reentering the community and obtaining the services and resources needed to maintain recovery.
- Receive assistance with removing any barriers and obstacles that may exist.
A personal guide from the beginning, and beyond.
We will be your positive and encouraging personal guide, mentor, cheerleader and advocate. We will continue to assist you in reaching your full potential, well beyond discharge and well before entering treatment. And, as treatment nears finality, there is no need to fret. We will be there for you long after you leave The South Suburban Council program. This helps alleviate the anxiety readily associated with the post discharge phase.
Recovery Coach Access Line: 773.343.3510
With The South Suburban Council, you are NEVER alone.
These services are funded in full or in part through a State Opioid Response (SOR) Grant (TIO81699) to the Illinois Department of Human Services, Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery (IDHS/SUPR), from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services (HHS/SAMHSA).