The HRDI Division for Addiction Treatment focuses on improving the quality of life for each individual it treats through self-sufficiency and substance-free living. Programs offered through this division have customized residential and outpatient treatment services for men and women, youth, single mothers, and individuals with HIV/AIDS. Women and children receive community-based personalized and comprehensive treatment, including early screening and identification of infant/ child behavioral and developmental issues, and assessment and treatment-planning interventions. In accordance with our mission of addressing mental illness, HRDI provides treatment for clients with dual diagnosis. The clients’ disorders are treated simultaneously as part of the same program, efficiently integrating mental health and substance abuse treatment, eliminating fragmentation of client services, and reducing gaps that negate treatment effectiveness. Selected HRDI programs are licensed by the Illinois Department of Alcohol and Substance Abuse, and accredited by COA and CARF. All DASA programs accept referrals from service providers, as well as those who wish to refer themselves or a loved one.