HERO's mission is all about prevention, intervention, and support. We understand that we can't help everyone on our own. That's why we've gone to great lengths to seek out various professionals in the areas of psychology, medicine, addiction, and more. We gather those resources here so you can get the help you need without having to search far and wide.
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Legal Medical Counseling Rehabilitation
||Contact and Location
||Dr. Gawtham Gutta
||330 North Madison Street, Suite 303 across from Provena Saint Joseph's Hospital at the corner of Glenwood and Madison St. in Joliet, Illinois. (815) 744-0029
||Dr. Gutta gets a nothing but glowing reviews from many people we've spoken to including a HERO board member. Dr. Gutta specializes in addiction medicine and is a certified perscriber of Suboxone for heroin maintenance treatment.
||1621 Theodore Street, Joliet, IL 60435. (815) 744-4555
||Stepping Stones is a highly rated and affordable rehabilitation option for anyone struggling with an addiction. It is well known throughout the state and is highly recommended by us at HERO.
||Will County Drug Court
||Will County Court House, Chicago Street, Joliet, Illinois. (815) 727-8453
||The Will County Drug Court Program gives addicts who are charged with felonies a second chance by giving them opportunity to have their charges dropped by completing a rigorous recovery program. While the program may seem too good to be true, participation means that the defendant waives the right to a trial if they fail the program. The program is only open to first time offenders who committed a crime as a direct result of addiction.