Brightside – Suboxone Provider
Empowering Minds Counseling
408 W Main St,
Ottawa, IL 61350
Call : 224-205-7863
Welcome To Our Drug Rehabilitation Clinic in Ottawa, IL
For those who are affected by drug addiction in the Ottawa, IL area, the BRIGHTSIDE Clinic offers you a brand new lease on life. We help patients suffering from addiction to a range of substances, such as opioid-based pain medication and heroin using treatments including suboxone treatment as well as Methadone conversion. If you are concerned about the overdose potential of a loved one, then we invite you to learn about our Suboxone doctors and access to life-saving medication when you need it the most.
Comfortable welcoming environment
At Brightside Clinic, we are committed to providing our patients with the compassion and respect that they deserve. We understand that this is one of the hardest things you will ever do, so our friendly and professional staff offers support with a smile. Once you arrive at our clinic, we ensure that you are treated as soon as possible in our “soft treatment rooms.” These rooms offer comfort and warmth while you get the help that you deserve. Your doctors and therapists will consult with you while you relax, and we work hard to ensure that you receive your medication as soon as possible.
We invite you to speak to one of our friendly team members about your situation today by calling us at (224) 205-7863 or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About Ottawa, IL
Ottawa is a city located at the confluence of the navigable Illinois River and Fox River in LaSalle County, Illinois, United States. The Illinois River is a conduit for river barges and connects Lake Michigan at Chicago, to the Mississippi River, and North America's 25,000 mile river system. The population estimate was 18,742, as of 2020. It is the county seat of LaSalle County and it is the principal city of the Ottawa, IL Micropolitan Statistical Area. == History == Ottawa occupies a place on the Illinois River that has long been one end of a portage trail between the Mississippi River and Lake Michigan. Here the river was reliably deep enough for canoes. The North Portage Trail connected the site over land and water to the Chicago River.Ottawa was the site of the first of the Lincoln–Douglas debates on August 21, 1858. During the Ottawa debate, Stephen A. Douglas, leader of the Democratic Party, openly accused Abraham Lincoln of forming a secret bipartisan group of Congressmen to bring about the abolition of slavery.The John Hossack House was a "station" on the Underground Railroad, and Ottawa was a major stop because of its rail, road, and river transportation. Citizens in the city were active within the abolitionist movement. Ottawa was the site of a famous 1859 extrication of a runaway slave named Jim Gray from a courthouse by prominent civic leaders of the time.
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