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Safe Passage - Opiate Addiction Program

Phone:
815-288-6631/Dixon Police, 815-288-6631/Lee County Sheriff, 815-772-4044/Whiteside County Sherriff
Web Site URL:
https://www.dixongov.com/departments/police-department/inside-the-dixon-police-dept/safe-passage.html
Counties
Lee
Whiteside
Purpose:
The Safe Passage Initiative was created to help heroin and opiate addicts get into recovery. If you need help or know someone who needs help into recovery from addiction, you just need to come to one of the stations and ask for it. We are here to help with the steps towards recovery. There will be some paperwork that needs to be completed and then you will be paired with a volunteer who will help guide you through the process. We have partnered with treatment centers to ensure that our patients receive the care and treatment they deserve - not in days or weeks, but immediately.
Remarks:
You can bring drugs or drug paraphernalia with you to the police or sheriff's department. We will dispose of it for you. You will not be arrested. You will not be charged with a crime. You will not be jailed. You will be directed to treatment. All you have to do is come to the police station or sheriff's department and ask for help. We are here to do just that.
Services Provided
Addictions (gambling/cutting/drugs/alcohol)

If this information is out-of-date or incorrect, please email any changes to servicesdirectory@svcc.edu.