Should you require or desire individual counseling you can schedule appointments and times convenient to you. Individual appointment costs are on a sliding scale ranging from $45 to $75 per hour.  

Outpatient Level I Alcohol/Drug Counseling Group $25.00 per hour. The group fee is $75.00 for 3 hours.  
This group meets Monday and Tuesday nights at 6:00 p.m. and Tuesday mornings at 10:00 a.m.  You can attend 2 groups per week.  

  • Clients classified as “Significant Risk” can finish 20 hours of counseling within 4 weeks.  
  • Clients classified as “High Risk” can complete 75 hours of counseling in 8.5 weeks. High Risk clients can attend 1 group per week if clinically acceptable and up to 2 groups per week and 3 hours of individual counseling should they want to complete counseling requirements in 8.5 weeks.  *These time estimates do not include requirements for continuing care plans.  Should you require or desire individual counseling you can schedule appointments and times convenient to you. Individual appointment costs are on a sliding scale ranging from $45 to $75 per hour.


Intensive Outpatient Level II Alcohol/Drug Counseling 
This program requires a client to commit to attending 2 counseling groups and 3 hours of individual counseling per week to meet clinical or court criteria.  This level of care requires no less than a 9 hours per week commitment from the client.

Aftercare/Continuing Care Program is for those clients who have been successfully discharged from counseling and desire or are required by court or Secretary of State to attend 2 hours once per month to ensure progress made in treatment continues and monitors alcohol use or abstinence from all mood altering substances.  This group typically meets on the last Thursday of the month beginning at 6:00 p.m.

What to expect during the process
DUI Evaluations are one-on-one appointments with a member of our clinical staff. These appointments are in person and typically take 1 to 1.5 hours.  At the time of evaluation, you are required to provide a complete driving record from the state issued or if in Illinois a "court purposes" driving record or "abstract." You are also required to provide documentation of drug or alcohol testing or proof that you refused/failed to complete testing on the night of arrest. We are happy to walk you through this when you make an appointment. 

If your arrest was due to DUI there are five risk classifications which you can be assigned. 
Each risk level has state mandatory criteria. This is what we are going to determine during your evaluation.


  • Minimal Risk requires a client to have only one DUI in a lifetime, registered a BAC of .14 or below, and have no signs/symptoms of alcohol/drug abuse.   Minimal Risk recommendations require a 10 hour DUI Risk Reduction Education Class.
  • Moderate Risk requires a client to have only one DUI in a lifetime, BAC .15 to .19 or had refused/failed to complete chemical testing, and have none or only 1 sign/symptom of alcohol/drug abuse.  Moderate Risk recommendations include a 10 hour DUI Risk Reduction Education Class and 12 hours of “Early Intervention” which is similar to counseling.
  • Significant Risk requires a client to have one or more DUI arrests, a BAC .20 or more, and/or at least 2 but not more than 3 signs/symptoms of alcohol or drug abuse.  Significant Risk recommendations include a 10 hour DUI Risk Reduction Education Class, 20 hours of substance abuse counseling, and a continuing care plan (follow up recommendations). 
  • High Risk Non-Dependent requires a client to have three or more DUI arrests within 10 years of the most recent DUI arrest and not have more than 3 signs/symptoms of alcohol/drug dependency. High Risk Non-Dependent requires 75 hours of substance abuse counseling and a continuing care plan.
  • High Risk Alcohol/Drug Dependent would be any client who meets at least 4 clinical criteria for a diagnosis of alcohol/drug dependency. High Risk Chemical Dependency requires 75 hours of substance abuse counseling and a continuing care plan.


Care Clinics, Inc. has been assisting those individuals who have lost their driving privileges due to DUI charges which occurred in the State of Illinois as well as out of state.  We are highly experienced with handling misdemeanor, felony, and fatal DUI revocations.


Secretary of State Investigative Evaluations $125 
This evaluation is utilized when the loss of driving privileges is not due to a DUI arrest.

If your arrest was due to Zero Tolerance, Underage Drinking/Possession, Vehicle Manslaughter, or a felony conviction you will need an “Investigative Evaluation.”  This evaluation is more narrative in nature and does require a corroborative interview with someone who knows you and your substance use history. The recommendations can include “no recommendation,” alcohol/drug educational class, alcohol/drug counseling, and/or “other” recommendation.

Care Clinics can also provide treatment needs assessments, evaluation updates, continuing care status reports, and referrals to attorneys that specialize in driver’s license reinstatement.

What to expect during the process
Secretary of State Investigative Evaluations are one-on-one appointments with a member of our clinical staff. These appointments are in-person and typically take 1 to 1.5 hours. You will need to provide identification, your court purposes driving abstract, driving record or a hearing officers consultations list and payment.  

Alcohol/Drug Evaluation $125 
This evaluation is utilized when a client wants to determine if they have an alcohol or drug problem.  It can also be utilized when requested by court order, probation department, parole agent, employer/EAP, or family member.  

What to expect during the process
Alcohol/Drug Evaluations are one-on-one appointments with a member of our clinical staff. These appointments are in-person and typically take 1 to 1.5 hours. You will need to provide identification and payment. 

Group counseling session

Care Clinics, Inc. has been providing state licensed outpatient alcohol, drug and DUI counseling and DUI classes since 1981. We are state licensed by the Illinois Department of Human Services - Division of Substance Use, Prevention and Recovery (DSUPR) to provide DUI Evaluations, DUI risk reduction education, outpatient substance abuse treatment, and intensive outpatient (IOP) substance dependency treatment.  We work with you on a personalized level to make sure you get what you need.

Drug & Alcohol Evaluation and DUI Classes

Additional Services


Outpatient/DUI treatment Group Schedule 

Alcohol/Drug Counseling Group:

  • Monday 6:00 p.m. 
  • Thursday 10:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.


Alcohol/Drug Risk Reduction Education:

  • Wednesday 6:00 p.m.


Care Clinics, Inc. 

522 North Lake St., Aurora, IL 60506

Providing State Licensed and County Approved Alcohol, Drug, DUI, and Anger Management Services since 1981.  Se Habla Español 

Evaluations

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DUI Evaluations $100
A DUI evaluation is required when loss of driving privileges are due to a DUI arrest. Before you can begin any DUI classes or treatment, you must complete a drug and alcohol evaluation.

Evaluations can be available within 2 working days and if needed, the evaluation can be available for same day pick up with an additional charge of $25. This service is perfect for an out-of-state client flying in for a court appointment the following day.

​Call us today at +1.630-896-4650 to set up an appointment to begin any of our services. Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns about the process and we would be happy to walk you through your steps so you understand the process. 
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DUI Classes and Group Programs

Call Us:  +1.6308964650

10 hour DUI/Alcohol/Drug Risk Reduction Class $125 
This program is conducted in a group format over a 4 week time-frame and attended once per week on Wednesdays for 2.5 hours. If you need to complete the class quicker, you can complete the class in 4 days at a cost of $385. 

12 hour Early Intervention Group (total fee $325.00) or $45 per hour if done individually.  
This group meets once per week for 4 weeks in the morning (10:00 a.m.) or in the evening (6:00 p.m.) for 3 hours. Per state law Early Intervention must be completed at no less than 4 weeks.