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Gateway Chicago Opens Big New Illinois Center
09/28/2018 -ATIN- Chicago's Gateway Foundation, one of the biggest non-profit addiction treatment enterprises nationwide with $115M in annual revenue, this week opened its fifteenth center in illinois, a state in which Gateway is by far the largest addiction treatment provider.

Gateway bought the former Wells Center site in downstate Jacksonville, IL earlier this year after that facility closed in 2017. Subsequent renovations gave the old facility a face lift. The center offers a full continuum of care, including aftercare sober living services.

Gateway derives 65 percent of its revenues from Illinois and also is among the largest corrections treatment providers, with prison operations in six states.

CEO Tom Britton, who took over from founding CEO Michael Darcy in 2015, previously ran the youth and wellness divisions at addiction treatment giant Acadia Healthcare.

Rosecrance, whose main campus is in Rockford, IL, has also opened a new facility in downstate Illinois this year and in recent years has been expanding aggressively, opening new centers on Chicago's North Side.

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