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At Anderson Hospital, we are dedicated to providing comprehensive support and resources to our patients, staff, and community. We have gathered valuable resources and information related to substance abuse and mental health. Whether you're a patient in need of help, a staff member looking for resources, or a member of our community seeking information, we are here to support you every step of the way.

Substance Abuse Resources

According to the Centers for Disease Control, over 91,000 drug overdose deaths occurred in the United States in 2020. Policymakers have sought solutions that will help curb the use and overdose by expanding access to treatment, increasing diversion opportunities and funding, modifying penalties, expanding Good Samaritan immunity, and increasing naloxone access.

With the Good Samaritan law, the person helping the person overdosing and the person overdosing cannot be charged with the possession of small amounts of illegal drugs when calling 911 or taking the person to an emergency room for an overdose. Small amounts are considered 3g or less of heroin or cocaine and 1g or less of meth. For more information, visit: Stop Overdose Illinois. We have various substance abuse resources linked below.

Mental Health Resources

At Anderson Hospital, we understand the importance of mental health and strive to offer a comprehensive range of resources to help you navigate your mental health journey.