Located on the campus of Woodridge Interventions, our three separate school programs are approved by the Illinois State Board of Education to provide non-public alternative education services to youth placed in our residential programs and to special needs students from nearby school districts.
- The Woodridge Residential School serves youth admitted to one of our adolescent residential treatment programs.
- The Meridian School North serves our Recovery Home youth as well as alternative school youth coming from nearby public school districts.
- The Naperville Bridge School is a public/private partnership for Special Education services and alternative learning opportunities for students from Naperville School District 203.
At each of our schools, the educational staff are our employees, and all are certified or licensed by the State of Illinois. Classrooms are separated by gender and class sizes are small. Every classroom is additionally equipped with at least one paraprofessional or educational support staff to assist each teacher and aid instruction.
HOW TO ACCESS OUR SERVICES
Our addictions professionals are ready to help you with:
- An assessment to address treatment needs
- Determination of an appropriate level of care
- Advice on eligibility for insurance, Medicaid, or related coverage
Many of the services at Woodridge are covered by private insurance, Medicaid, or other government/public funding sources (e.g. SUPR, PRU, Local Drug Courts, DUI, DCFS)
Woodridge Offers flexible accommodations for assessment and admission.
We do admissions daily, Monday through Friday, starting at 8:00AM. Admission is often the same day as assessment.