The DUI Metropolitan Services mission is: “is to make people's lives better by providing the highest quality services”.
DUI Metropolitan Services believes that it is possible for individuals, families, and societies to improve the quality of life. We know that alcohol and drugs abuse is currently one of the biggest barriers that we face to reach this goal, and therefore, it is DUI Metropolitan Services philosophy to provide services of the highest quality and value with a direct focus on meeting the needs of our clients.
The goal of our Substance Abuse Program is to reduce the risk of harm and decrease problem behaviors that result from continued use of substances. The intent of the intervention is to take action that decreases risk factors related to substance use or abuse; enhance protective factors; and provide ongoing services, as appropriate.
The specific goal of each client is determined by his or her consumption pattern, the consequences of his or her use, and the setting in which the intervention is delivered. The goal of treatment for individuals diagnosed with chemical dependency is to improve social functioning through complete abstinence from alcohol and drugs.
We provide the following services:
1. DUI evaluations
2. DUI Risk Education Program
3. Early Intervention Program
4. Outpatient Treatment
5. Intensive Outpatient Treatment
6. Alcohol and Drug Assessments
7. Partner Abuse Intervention Program (PAIP)
8. FDA approved drug testing
These services are provided in English and Spanish
For DUI offenders, the frequency and intensity of each program will depend on the client’s needs but will be a planned regimen of regularly scheduled sessions. We have services available from Monday thru Saturday at 10:00 am and from Monday thru Friday at 06:00 pm. Our clients always find a schedule that will convene to their needs.
We offer a sliding fee scale and payment plans. We understand that some clients are having financial difficulties and when they can demonstrate a hardship, we can offer reduced fees according to the capacity of payment of each person.
Our professional staff providing clinical services shall:
Hold clinical certification as a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor from the Illinois Alcoholism and Other Drug Abuse Professional Certification Association (IAODAPCA; or be a licensed professional counselor or licensed clinical professional counselor pursuant to the Professional Counselor and Clinical Professional Counselor Licensing Act [225 ILCS 107]; or be a physician licensed to practice medicine in all its branches pursuant to the Medical Practice Act of 1987; or be licensed as a psychologist pursuant to the Clinical Psychology Practice Act [225 ILCS 15]; or be licensed as a social worker or licensed clinical social worker pursuant to the Clinical Social Work and Social Work Practice Act [225 ILCS 20].