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There is Hope. There is Help. Lasting recovery can be achieved.

Southside Center of Hope provides long-term shelter and recovery services to single women, women with children and pregnant women who are 21 years or older and who have recently completed residential treatment. If you or someone you know meet these criteria and would like to inquire if a bed is available, please call (773) 643-5843, ext. 12. You also can learn more about our work here at our website.

By deciding to seek aftercare services at Southside Center of Hope after completing treatment, you’ve already taken a meaningful first step toward full and lasting recovery. Our caring and compassionate team will support you in making your next steps as easy as possible.

We understand what you’re going through, and we have the knowledge and experience to guide you gently through the admission process. We are here to help and listen. We will also honor your privacy. We understand the importance of getting into a recovery home as soon as possible after being discharged from treatment.

Southside Center of Hope admits new residents Monday through Friday. The admission process includes the following steps:

PHONE SCREENING. You’ll speak with a recovery coach who will listen to your story and history, assess your situation and determine how we can best help.

DOCUMENTATION REVIEW. Our staff will request specific documents from your case manager or substance abuse counselor for our program staff to review.

ADMISSION. It’s time to begin your journey to healing and recovery. You’ll begin your tailored recovery plan under the supervision of our dedicated staff. We look forward to working alongside you.

Seeking Residential Treatment

The Women’s Treatment Center
140 N. Ashland
Chicago, IL 60607
(312) 850-0050 

932 W. Washington
Chicago, IL 60607
(312) 226-4357

Southwood Interventions
5701 South Wood Street
Chicago, IL 60636
(773) 737-4600

If you or someone you know needs access to services, you can find a current and comprehensive list of human service providers at the Department of Human Services (DHS) website or by calling the DHS help line at (800) 843-6154.

If you need support in fleeing domestic violence, call the 24-hour, toll-free Domestic Violence Help Line at (877) 863-6338 or (877) 863-6339 TTY for the hearing impaired.

If you are in immediate danger, call 911. For emergency shelter, financial assistance, or non-emergencies, call 311.

Call (773) 643-5843, ext. 12 today to get help!