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Adventist Institute for Behavioral Medicine


With locations at multiple hospitals and satellite facilities, the Adventist Institute for Behavioral Medicine is the largest non-profit behavioral health program in the Chicago suburbs. It serves adolescents, adults and senior citizens who are experiencing emotional, physical, behavioral or addiction disorders.

The institute offers a variety of services throughout DuPage County, including treatment options for debilitating conditions such as depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and dementia.

The institute is comprised of a multidisciplinary staff that includes board-certified psychiatrists and clinical psychologists as well as addictionologists, social workers, nurses and counselors. In addition, it staffs discharge planners who help patients assess the potential need for follow-up treatment after they leave.

The services are organized as follows:

  • Inpatient services for adult and geriatric patients is available at Adventist GlenOaks Hospital, where two inpatient units recently underwent $1 million in renovations. Adventist GlenOaks also is home to a 12-bed Admission Assessment Unit and a 20-bed Intensive Adult Treatment Unit. 
  • Inpatient care for adults and teens is available in a specially designed, 17-bed unit at Adventist Hinsdale Hospital.
  • Outpatient services are offered at our satellite campus in Westmont. New Day Center provides chemical dependency services to adults with addictive disorders both in our daytime and evening programs. These programs are designed to include the family as an integral part of the recovery process and we offer an ongoing aftercare program following treatment for up to two years. OPTIONS provides mental health treatment in two different programs: one for adults and another for adolescents. Each of these programs offers several levels of care and treatment is collaborative and individualized. Services for persons with both an addiction and a mental health disorder are also provided offering specialized treatment and staff training. 
  • Therapeutic Day School programs for students in grades 3 to 12 are located at campuses in Glendale Heights, Glen Ellyn and North Aurora. Here students earn normal academic credits while addressing their therapeutic goals. Along with traditional individual and group therapy, the school uses recreation, pets, music and art activities with certified therapists to help with physical, social and emotional growth.

To reach the Adventist Institute for Behavioral Medicine, call (630) 545-6160. Services are available 24 hours a day, every day. Take an online anonymous screening to determine whether or not you may require further assessment by a professional.