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2010-04-23 14:56:00

SPRINGFIELD, Ill., April 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Members of the Springfield community turned out in force to support the comprehensive treatment services provided to adults and teens by Gateway Foundation's Alcohol and Drug Rehab's Springfield Treatment Center at an April 14 Open House. Attendees included representatives from local hospitals, schools, the Illinois Air National Guard, the Department of Children and Family Services, probation and parole officers, insurance companies,...

2010-03-26 16:50:00

CHICAGO March 26 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Chicago alderman, elected state officials, local law enforcement representatives and West Side community activists were among those touring the Gateway Foundation's Alcohol and Drug Rehab's Westside Treatment Center on March 20. "This diverse group came together to celebrate the renewal of Gateway's partnership with political and civil leaders on behalf of persons and families needing culturally appropriate behavioral health care services in...

2010-03-02 15:11:00

Gateway Foundation Alcohol and Drug Rehab Teen Patients Hear Hope CHICAGO, March 2 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Chicago Bulls legend, Bob Love, used his own battle of overcoming adversity to motivate teen boys recovering from substance abuse. Love spoke at the Gateway Alcohol and Drug Rehab Chicago Westside residential and outpatient treatment center on February 26. Addressing the group of 14- to 18-year-old boys, Love promoted the importance of persevering. His own battle with stuttering...


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