Recovery Resources

Recovery Resources


Part of Preferred Family Healthcare, a regional treatment provider, Recovery Resources of Quincy, Ill. provides a full continuum of treatment programs for individuals struggling with chemical dependency. One of 54 locations that treats substance abuse disorders, Recovery Resources offers residential treatment, an outpatient program, and a Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program (SATOP). Recovery Resources is not equipped to treat individuals struggling with co-occurring mental health difficulties and does not provides on-site detoxification services.


Upon admission, clients may undergo an initial substance abuse assessment to determine an appropriate level of care. Individuals who require a heightened level of supervision and structure to achieve sobriety may be referred to the facility’s residential program. During residential treatment, residents may adhere to a highly-structured schedule of treatment services to improve coping skills, prevent relapse, and address life areas that may contribute to chemical dependency.

To identify and process factors that may contribute to addictive behavior, Recovery Resources’ programming may consist of individual and group counseling sessions. Individuals polled by at the time of this writing also suggested that family counseling plays a large role in the facility’s overall treatment approach. Residents may also attend educational classes on substance abuse, relapse prevention techniques, coping skills, and trigger avoidance.

To promote long-term recovery, residents may also be introduced to community-based, self-help programs, such as 12-Step. During residential treatment, clients may attend 12-step meetings, familiarize themselves with the principles and practices of the fellowship, and “work the steps” as part of their treatment curriculum.

Once an individual completes residential treatment, clinicians may encourage clients to utilize the facility’s outpatient program as a “step-down” aftercare service. To support the client in their transition back into the community, clinicians may also provide referrals and linkages to community-based resources, such as vocational training, educational opportunities, and supportive housing.

Along with its core residential and outpatient programs, Recovery Resources facilities a Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program (SATOP), which may include a specialized substance abuse assessment, educational classes on substance abuse, and a driver safety component. Typically, SATOPs are designed to satisfy court requirements for driver license reinstatement.


According to its website, Recovery Resources employs a multidisciplinary team comprised of psychologists, psychiatrists,
advance practice nurses, registered nurses, family therapists,
licensed social workers, and community support specialists.


There is currently no information provided by the facility regarding its living arrangements and related offerings. However, the two individuals polled by both gave perfect five out of five-star ratings for the facility’s overall cleanliness and upkeep.


The sole alum polled by at the time of this writing praised many components of the facility, offering perfect five-star ratings for the facility’s discharge planning, the treatment staff’s level of experience and training, and its counseling options. “The counselling is very good and they’re willing to help anyway they can,” the alum wrote.

Secondary sources generally agreed with this positive assessment of the facility. On Google reviews, nine reviewers gave the facility an average rating of 3.9 out of five stars[1]. Positive opinions tended to praise the facility’s staff. “The staff are wonderful,” Laken, a representative reviewer, wrote. Another anonymous alum added: “The staff is excellent.”


The sole loved one polled by agreed with positive alumni opinions, offering four-star rating for the facility’s counseling options and discharge planning, as well as a five-star ratings for the amount of family participation. “They were good at involving the family,” the loved one wrote.


Preferred Family Healthcare accepts most private insurance plans, including Aetna, Value Options, Multiplan, Cigna, and Blue Cross Blue Shield.


Reviews about Recovery Resources

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  • Local, residential, effective. Involves family. Small, limited openings. We were invited to participate in sessions with a relative who was a resident for substance abuse. They were good at involving the family.
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  • The counselling is very good and they're willing to help anyway they can. I went in there for alcohol abuse and they helped me in very many ways.