Chicago Lakeshore Hospital

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Chicago Lakeshore Hospital is a private behavioral health and addiction treatment center located in the north side of the city of Chicago.[1]

Chicago Lakeshore Hospital is a 108 bed facility that, in 2014, provided services to over 3,000 individuals.[2] It provides treatment services to those struggling with alcoholism, chemical dependency and drug use, as well as including their families as an integral part of the multi-disciplinary team. Treatment services include screening, orientation, assessment, detox services, treatment planning, crisis intervention, consultation, inpatient and outpatient services, education, rehab, referral and individual and group counseling. Chicago Lakeshore Hospital specializes in the treatment of dual diagnosis - a combination of alcoholism/drug use/chemical dependency and a behavioral health issue or a mental health disorder, treatment of children, adolescents and adults, as well as comprehensive treatment for the LGBTQ community.

Signature Healthcare Services, LLC (SHS) based in Corona, California, is one of the largest privately held psychiatric hospital companies in the country, serving thousands of patients every year. SHS delivers mental health and substance abuse treatment through its ten acute care hospitals located in California, Illinois, Nevada, Arizona, and multiple facilities throughout Texas. All facilities are accredited by CMS and The Joint Commission, the highest authorities in healthcare.

In 2013, Chicago Lakeshore Hospital opened a children's psychiatric center.[3]

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Coordinates: 41°58′13″N 87°39′02″W / 41.9703°N 87.6505°W / 41.9703; -87.6505