Jesse Brown Addiction Programs

Jesse Brown Addiction Programs

Rating: 4.2   (5)
(312) 569-6289
820 South Damen AvenueChicagoIllinois  60612


Jesse Brown Addiction Programs located at 820 South Damen Avenue in Chicago, Illinois provides local drug and alcohol treatment programs for those struggling with substance abuse. Jesse Brown Addiction Programs provides help for those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Other addiction treatment options include Counseling that help those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction to get the effective treatment that they need.

For those that are seeking affordable drug rehab in Chicago, Illinois, then entering addiction treatment at Jesse Brown Addiction Programs is the right choice. Jesse Brown Addiction Programs generally accepts struggling addicts of most age groups, i.e. 18+ to enroll in their available addiction rehabilitation programs.

Jesse Brown Addiction Programs also takes commonly accepted insurances, i.e. Medicaid, Medicare, Most Insurances, and certain types of payment such as: American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Mastercard, Medicaid, Medicare, Visa. Jesse Brown Addiction Programs can be contacted through their website at


  • Addiction
  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Drug Abuse
  • Drug Addiction
  • Intervention center
  • Medical Detox
  • Substance Abuse

Payment Options

  • American Express
  • Cash or self-payment
  • Check
  • Mastercard
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Visa

Accepted Insurances

  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Most Insurances

Google Reviews

  5.0   1 month ago

Wonderful facility that takes care of our amazing veterans.

  5.0   2 months ago

Been going to Jesse Brown for a long time...I am always treated well by ALL staff. They go all out to make my visit as a Vet a great one and I think they deserve a bunch of credit for it. It's the place I feel safe and secure at and trust them in my care completely. Thank you to all the staff there.

  5.0   3 months ago

Friendly service nice place

  4.0   5 months ago

Like any hospital, your care will be different from unit to unit, and from shift to shift. There are a lot of awesome and amazing people here. However, there are also a lot if dirt-bags. Gastrointestinal Clinic: Fast, polite, and efficient nursing/administrative staff, Same for the GI fellow that I saw. Caring and thorough. Eye Clinic: Administrative staff are ignorant, rude, and should be fired. The Ophthalmologists have always been great. OEF/OIF Clinic: Amazing staff that really care- my regular doctor is here, he’s great. Very easy to get an appointment. Blue Primary Care Clinic: Administrative staff are bad. No customer service skills (or desire to have any). Nursing staff don’t seem to care at all, and the attending is also a bit checked-out- as usual the resident physicians are great. Urgent Care Clinic: The administrative staff here are ignorant and rude, and should be fired. The wait can be long, but you see a resident and they are always great. Emergency Department: The wait can be anywhere from going right in to waiting 6 hours- just depends on when you go. Most of the administrative staff are nice, as well as most of the nurses. All of the doctors are great! They have really helped me out. Psychiatric Assessment Clinic: Most of the staff here is nice, no complaints Radiology: Lots of dirt bags here. 99% of the administrative staff suck BAD, 90% of the techs do too. The ones who don’t suck are really nice, but it’s a roll of the dice who you’ll be dealing with. Phlebotomy Lab: Only been here once, the woman who drew my blood jacked me up pretty good, will never let them draw blood here again. I do hear lots of good things from other vets though. Cafeteria: One day I was in line for a burger and the vet in front of me was really old- had a WWII hat on. He politely asked the lady serving the food for onions for his burger. She refused to give it to him “because they’re for the hotdogs” I asked her to give it to him (because that’s ridiculous) and she still refused. Never came back. Parking: Sometimes it’s hard to find a spot- but its FREE, so I’m not about to complain.

  5.0   5 months ago

Don't know what the rest of the hospital, but cardiology department is awesome. People who came to waiting room never had to wait more than a couple of minutes. The ladies who came out were very friendly. The only thing I'd recommend is for them to put up a sign "Waiting Room". Had to keep letting people know.

  5.0   6 months ago

Excellent services and care for patients (military veterans)!!!!!

  5.0   8 months ago

Offer a lot of services for veterans have always been very helpful

  5.0   10 months ago

A little crowded but great doctors and staff. Equipped with newest patient technology and constantly upgrading facilities. Like many other hospitals, you need to stay on top of your own care to receive the best treatments.

  5.0   12 months ago

I've been coming here for years they have always correctly diagnosed me despite my own Physicians who misdiagnosed

  5.0   1 year ago

This hospital saved my life always be grateful best VA hospital I've been to they give the vets first class treatment

  5.0   1 year ago

It is an Honor to serv the men & women that have served this land a d have given Sooo Much.

  5.0   1 year ago

A long wait but at least we can get some form of care. Civilian hospitals and clinics push you off they don't give a damn if you Don't have that money you would be better off dead if it were up to these people. GIVE THE VETERANS ADMINISTRATION A CHANCE TO CATCH UP WITH THE DEMANDS

  4.0   1 year ago

One of the best, except for getting appointments. It takes a month or 2 to get one & we live over 100 miles away. But once you're there, and on time, the care is really good.

  5.0   1 year ago

Great service. Kind staff. I had my fingerprints done for a new job and have absolutely no complaints. Quick service. Best va so far.

  3.0   2 years ago

Overall I think the care is ok. In my experience you see mostly fellows which is fine however they are not there long so continuity of care with the same doctor may be lacking. My Pact team doc is in Crown Point but any specialist I see I am required to go here. It's a hard place to get to from where I live, it's located next to the Chicago Loop area even though the staff says it's not? Another concern I have is security. I think anyone can walk in the building. Since I have been going here I've been threatened once, called "cracker" and "white boy" and panhandled many times. I get the impression a lot of people in the building aren't vets but just hanging out. I use to take the transport from Crown Point, but stopped doing that because I was almost left there by the driver because the van was full? I don't want to take the chance of being left there with no way back to Crown Point.

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