Features

Schedule appointments with your doctor, Chat/Video Call Facility, Manage your Medical History, Personal Health Records and much more.

Book an Appointment

Quality care, any time, any where.

Flexible Time

Evening and weekend hours available.

Private Support

Available but it may not be covered by your insurance.

Well Cared

24 hour care available but it may not be covered by your insurance.

Track your Progress

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Chat/Video Call Facility

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Professional Doctors

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Free Consultation First Time

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Emergency Help

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7/24 Services

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Why Choose AWS App

AWS Health App is a free personal health records app that provides patients a simple interface to access important information about their health and physician encounters.

Through a single interface, you can schedule appointments with doctors, directly chat/video call with your doctor or manage your medical history and health records.

One Click here to Speak with Our Doctor

The AWS Health app makes it easier to contact with your doctor to talk to him anytime, from anywhere, when you need care. The app is simple to use and personalized to your needs.

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We treat many common Health Issues

AWS's guiding principle has always centered on a patient-first approach. We appreciate that everyone’s life history possesses unique circumstances that must be taken into account before determining the best approach for treatment.

Buprenorphine

Our Physicians are Certified to provide Medically Assisted Treatment for Opioid Addiction with Buprenorphine..

Vivitrol

Now offering once-monthly Vivitrol (Long-Acting Injectible Naltrexone) for the treatment of Opiate and..

Sublocade

Beginning March 1, AWS will offer Sublocade, a once-monthly, injectable form of Buprenorphine..

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Naloxone

Participate in our Overdose Rescue Training and receive your Narcan Kit today! This kit is complete with..

Behavioral Health

Behavioral health refers to a person’s state of being and how their behaviors and choices affect their..

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Insurance Accepted

We participate with many insurance health plans. Please see the list below. There are many different plans of coverage. You must check with your specific plan to see if your visit is covered.

Testimonials

Words from Our Patients

C.P

Wow ! I didnt know that. I was thinking about switching to vapors to help me reduce my smoking! Cause I need to quit but I feel like quitting might be a lost cause for me. Hopefully I can prove myself wrong.

Anonymous

Dr. Goyal and Melissa are amazing!

J.P

This man is amazing!!!

C.P

I really enjoy this clinic Dr. Goyal is amazing!!

Anonymous

Great place for a new start at life

Frequently Asked Questions

The answers to all of your questions.
Suboxone is comprised of two ingredients: buprenorphine and naloxone. Buprenorphine suppresses opioid cravings and withdrawal by attaching itself to the brain’s opioid receptors and blocking other opioid substances (like heroin). It activates the opioid receptors enough to relieve symptoms of withdrawal and cravings but not enough to cause the addictive feeling of euphoria. Naloxone is a substance that also attaches to opioid receptors and blocks other substances; however, naloxone does not activate the opioid receptors. Taking naloxone alone would block addictive opioids but not relieve any symptoms of withdrawal. Naloxone is added to buprenorphine to remove any pleasurable effects of abusing the drug illegally with IV use.
Suboxone is not a cure for addiction. It is a tool patients can use to gain relief from cravings and withdrawal symptoms; it helps patients feel physically healthier, which gives them the energy and incentive to initiate the necessary behavioral and environmental changes that will support their long-lasting recovery. Taking Suboxone as prescribed allows patients to quickly stabilize so they begin the process of rebuilding their lives and making long-term changes.
Valid prescriptions to stimulants such as Adderall, Ritalin, etc., with legitimate indications may be permitted. However, we will never write prescriptions for your continued use of stimulants. Please don’t ask. Our mission is to get you off addictive substances.
We understand that no one is perfect and that addiction is a chronic disease. We look at each occurrence of relapse individually and decide what to do. We often take one of the following actions:

1) probationary status with increased visits and monitoring, or

2) immediate discharge from the clinic. Addiction Wellness Services reserves the right to terminate you without cause. Obviously, we do not want to do that, but if you are not committed to your recovery, no amount of treatment will help.
Addiction Wellness Services believes that each patient is unique. The biggest predictor of long term recovery is staying on Suboxone. The answer is very simple: stay on Suboxone as long as you need to be on Suboxone. A general rule of thumb is to stay on Suboxone approximately one half of the length of time you were actively using. Addiction wellness Services utilizes evidence-based guidelines and current best medical practice to determine length of treatment.
Addiction Wellness Services believes in the value of behavioral therapy. In addition, your insurance plan and some prior authorizations for your medication require reliable proof (appointment date and name of counselor) that you are regularly seeing a Illinois licensed Drug and Alcohol counselor that is approved both by your insurance carrier and the Illinois Department of Drug and Alcohol. Every plan differs a bit, but rest assured, it may be required. Dr. Goyal is a Board-certified Addiction Medicine specialist and may qualify for a small number of plans. If needed it is your responsibility to complete and have reports forwarded to our office to submit at the time of prior authorization.
Most insurance or health plans require certain documentation to authorize (approve) your medication. These Authorizations most frequently involve your urine drug screens and evidence that you are going to therapy. Without the prior authorizations, your meds will not be paid for. Our office will often receive prior authorizations within two hours of receiving your insurance information. We aggressively help all our patients.

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Schedule appointments with your doctor, Chat/Video Call Facility, Manage your Medical History, Personal Health Records and much more.