CDPH is committed to helping every resident receive the care they deserve. We work with community partners to grow and strengthen behavioral health resources across Chicago.
- Overcome Opioids
Opioid misuse is a serious public health concern. The majority of drug overdose deaths involve opioids. Protect yourself and your loved ones from unwanted consequences of opioid use and prevent overdose deaths.
- Un*Spoken - Mental Health Chicago
The City of Chicago is committed to supporting your mental health with the resources it takes to keep our communities well.
- Community Safety Coordination Center
The City of Chicago is committed to working with health care, social services, education, restorative justice, faith, business, and other community partners to break silos and implement a whole-of-city, community-driven approach to violence prevention and reduction.
- Public Health Vending Machine Pilot Program Brief
- Crisis Assistance Response & Engagement Program (CARE)
- Office of Substance Use and Recovery Services:
English | Spanish
- Trauma-Informed Centers of Care
Cannabis Facts Chicago
Cannabis will be legalized in the State of Illinois as of Jan. 1, 2020, and the City of Chicago wants to ensure that implementation is done in a safe and responsible way.
Substance Use Disorder
Substance Use Disorder (SUD), which can include addiction, is a medical diagnosis that describes the mental, behavioral, and physical symptoms caused by the use of alcohol, tobacco, and/or other drugs.