Chicago
River North

Flexible treatment programs to accommodate every schedule.

  Insurance Accepted 


Chicago River North

Flexible treatment programs to accommodate every schedule.

  Insurance Accepted 

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All Gateway Foundation treatment centers
are accredited by the Joint Commission.™

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All Gateway Foundation treatment centers are accredited by the Joint Commission.™

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All Gateway Foundation treatment centers are accredited by the Joint Commission.™

Gateway Foundation Chicago River North
415 N. Dearborn St., Ste. 510
Chicago, IL 60654
Local: 312.464.9451
Fax: 312.464.9547

Hours:
Mon - Thurs: 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Sat - Sun: Closed

Toll Free: 877.505.4673

Google map and directions ››

Gateway Foundation Chicago River North
415 N. Dearborn St., Ste. 510
Chicago, IL 60654
Local: 312.464.9451
Fax: 312.464.9547

Hours:
Mon - Thurs: 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sat - Sun: Closed

Toll Free: 877.505.4673

Google map and directions ››

Outpatient treatment in the heart of Chicago.

Gateway Foundation’s treatment center in Chicago River North offers outpatient substance use treatment for busy, working adults by providing morning, afternoon and evening program options. With a distinction in Dual Diagnosis Enhanced treatment and psychiatry services on site, loved ones can be confident that they are receiving the care they need.

Gateway’s River North site is located blocks from Merchandise Mart and Illinois Center and less than a 20-minute walk from Union Station and Ogilvie transportation centers for care at patients’ convenience.

Adult Program Men's Program Women's Program Young Men's Program Adolescent Program
Medication-Assisted Treatment  
Residential  
Outpatient  
Half-Day Outpatient  
Full-Day Outpatient  
Recovery Home  
Alumni Engagement
* Adolescent treatment based on Federal Guidelines
Adult Program Men's Program Women's Program Young Men's Program Adolescent Program
Medication-Assisted Treatment  
Residential  
Outpatient  
Half-Day Outpatient  
Full-Day Outpatient  
Recovery Home  
Alumni Engagement
* Adolescent treatment based on Federal Guidelines
What to expect

Depending upon the severity of the addiction or any existing mental health or dual diagnosis, treatment plans will be customized for and built around each patient.

Whether patients require Residential, Outpatient or Recovery Home Treatment, Gateway Foundation offers a full continuum of evidence-based, person-centered Addiction Medicine for individuals at any stage of recovery—for life.

Together, we help patients and families achieve and sustain recovery.

Call us today for a consultation at 877.505.4673 or click below to learn more.

Learn more about Residential Treatment ››


What to expect

Depending upon the severity of the addiction or any existing mental health or dual diagnosis, treatment plans will be customized for and built around each patient.

Whether patients require Residential, Outpatient or Recovery Home Treatment, Gateway Foundation offers a full continuum of evidence-based, person-centered Addiction Medicine for individuals at any stage of recovery—for life.

Together, we help patients and families achieve and sustain recovery.

Call us today for a consultation at 877.505.4673 or click below to learn more.

Learn more about Residential Treatment ››

“Powerful group therapy sessions underscored the reality that I was not alone.”

- JAIME, alumna

“Powerful group therapy sessions underscored the reality that I was not alone.”

- JAIME, alumna

CHICAGO RIVER NORTH STAFF

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executive director
Sally Thoren, BA, CADC

Sally Thoren first joined Gateway Foundation in 1982 as a college intern and became a full-time employee upon graduating. Sally has served in many roles at Gateway Foundation during her career: counselor, admissions staff, assistant program director, program director, regional director and now serves as the executive director for Gateway Foundation’s services in Chicago. She also manages Gateway Foundation’s relationships with many institutional funders.

Over the course of her 35-year career, Sally has seen substance use treatment evolve from a fragmented, hierarchical "behavior modification" approach to a person-centered, trauma-informed, medication-assisted, multidisciplinary approach. She has championed the work in the field, earning the Vince Bakeman Memorial Advocacy award in 2010.

Sally earned her bachelor’s degree in political science from Carleton College and also studied law at DePaul University.

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medical director
Keith Sarpolis, MD

Dr. Keith Sarpolis has over 37 years of diverse experience focused on substance use disorder and internal medicine. He approaches healthcare through a holistic perspective, believing that treatment of both the physical and psychosocial aspects of a patient’s health is critical.

Dr. Sarpolis earned his medical degree from the University of Michigan Medical School.


Chicago River North Staff


Gateway Foundation’s Chicago River North outpatient team includes counselors and psychiatrists with years of experience working with adults with substance use and co-occurring disorders. They are trained in, and incorporate evidenced-based practices, such as Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness-Based Sobriety, Disease Education and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. The team provides multiple psychotherapeutic and psycho-education groups each day, and hosts monthly alumni events and family support days. Taking a holistic approach to recovery, patients are supported through a vast network of outside support services, such as outside individual therapy, psychiatry and support groups such as; 12-step, SMART Recovery, and Refuge Recovery.

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