New Hope Recovery Center

New Hope Recovery Center Chicago Illinois

New Hope Recovery Center applies a client-centered approach to addiction treatment, providing both holistic and traditional evidenced-based therapies to individuals struggling with substance abuse. New Hope features a comprehensive range of addiction treatment services, offering both residential and intensive outpatient programs as well as aftercare support services for those who have successfully completed treatment. New Hope Recovery Center also offers an Emerging Adults Program, providing young adults ages 18-26 with the recovery resources and education they need to navigate the difficult transition into adulthood while maintaining their sobriety. New Hope recognizes the need for a specialized LGBTQI program, and therefore offers additional resources for members of the LGBTQI community struggling with addiction.


New Hope Recovery Center provides a partial hospitalization program (PHP) and an intensive outpatient program (IOP) for adult men and women in Chicago. Detox services are not provided on-site, however, the facility will help clients find appropriate care if medical assistance is needed.


Treatment at New Hope begins with an initial in-person assessment to determine the best course of evidence-based care.

Clients in the partial hospitalization program (PHP) at New Hope will attend [SMART meetings](), group therapy, and offsite Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings. Clients will meet one-on-one with individual counselors and participate in workshops on anger management, grief and loss, and coping skills. Holistic therapies like yoga, art therapy, adventure-based field trips, are also offered. On average, clients stay for two to four weeks while participating in treatment for six hours per day.

IOP is offered for three hours either in the morning or evening. IOP typically lasts four to six weeks and includes similar programming to PHP along with medical and nutritional workshops.

New Hope also offers a confidential eight-week therapy group for gay and bisexual men and an Emerging Adults Program for those 18 to 26.

The family program includes process groups that educated loved ones on the science of addiction, preventing relapse, and restoring relationships.

Weekly aftercare meetings begin immediately following completed treatment to help prevent relapse. New Hope will follow up with clients via phone or email for 18 months following treatment.


New Hope employs a multi-disciplinary team of a medical director, a board-certified psychiatrist, licensed clinical social workers, licensed professional counselors, recreational therapists, and a yoga instructor.


Clients in the partial hospitalization program will live in gender-specific sober housing. New Hope’s sober-living communities (Fresh Start, Bridges Sober Living, and Bridgehaus) all offer modern accommodations with full kitchens and TVs.


Though has not yet received commentary from affiliated alumni, third-party sites show mostly positive ratings with several reviewers complimenting staff members. Twenty-one reviewers gave New Hope an average of 4.8 out of five stars on New Hope’s Facebook page, which the facility can vet. “The dedicated team of professionals at New Hope provide comprehensive treatment and most importantly do what they do for the right reasons, because they care,” wrote M.H. in a representative review. [1] Similarly, on Google, four reviewers gave New Hope perfect five-star ratings. [2]

The only negative review comes from a commenter on who wrote: “They have this dorms that are supposed to be girls in one guys in another but they r allowed to house hop whenever they feel free…This is supposed to be a controlled environment for healing not a place to allow cheating.” [3]


The sole loved one surveyed by to date gave New Hope a mostly positive review, giving four stars for its counseling options, the staff’s level of experience and training, and discharge options. However, the loved one gave a mediocre three out of five stars to the level of family participation at New Hope and indicated that treatment lacked family input. The anonymous reviewer commented: “treatment plan was well thought out and followed.”


New Hope Recovery Center accepts Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield and other private insurance plans.

New Hope’s DUI program costs $500 for ten hours of Risk Education and $780 for twelve hours of counseling and early intervention.


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  • Good program but should improve the exercise options
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  • Effective in the treatment, it needs a make over