The Bridge Clinic at Cook County Health is your entry point into recovery. We act as an urgent care for those struggling with opioid and/or alcohol use. The Bridge Clinic provides rapid access to treatment without judgement.

Common examples of opioids include heroin and prescription pills like oxycodone (Percocet, OxyContin), hydrocodone (Vicodin), codeine, fentanyl, and morphine.

Contact us today if you or a loved one need quick access to addiction treatment services. The Bridge Clinic is here for you, regardless of your ability to pay or your stage in recovery.

Call 911 if you are experiencing an overdose or a medical emergency.


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Four ways to get in contact with the Bridge Clinic.

Need a ride?

If you are a CountyCare member or have health coverage through Medicare and you need a ride to your appointment, call 312-864-RIDE (7433) to schedule a ride. 24-hour notice is required. Many Medicaid health plans offer free rides. If you have coverage through another health plan, call your insurer to see if you qualify.


The Bridge Clinic at Cook County Health offers rapid treatment for patients struggling with addiction and quick access to evaluation and treatment.

We provide rapid access to medication for addiction treatment (MAT) through in-person visits or telemedicine. Our team can also connect you with a de cuidado médico primario doctor or specialist and other substance use treatment and support services you may need. After starting MAT, our team will support you to connect to ongoing care closer to home at one of our 12 health center locations throughout Cook County.

What services are offered at the Bridge Clinic?

  • Tratamiento integrado de adicciones con prescriptor y coach de recuperación
    • Commonly prescribed medications:
      • Buprenorphine [Suboxone ™, Zubsolv™, Sublocade™] for opioid use disorder
      • Naltrexone [Vivitrol™] for opioid and alcohol use disorder
      • Naloxone [Narcan™] for opioid overdose
      • We do not offer methadone treatment but will make a referral when appropriate.
    • Linkage to other substance use treatment and support services including residential, intensive outpatient, peer support, methadone clinics and recovery homes
  • Servicios de atención primaria y especializada:
    • tratamientos de hepatitis
  • Screening and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases (STD’s)
  • Birth Control
  • Prevención del VIH con PrEP
  • Lab Tests
  • Acceso a farmacias para medicamentos a bajo costo o sin costo
  • Asesoramiento financiero

How to get to the Bridge Clinic?

The Bridge Clinic is located at:
Centro CORE Ruth M. Rothstein, 4th Floor, 2020 W. Harrison St., Chicago, IL 60612

Public Transportation: 50 Damen CTA Bus (Damen and Harrison stop), CTA Blue Line (Illinois Medical District Stop)

Parking is available on site for $5.

Horas de operación
The Bridge Clinic is your fast entry point into care. Most visits are offered via telehealth, and we can also offer in-person visits at a CCH location convenient to you. 

Walk-in Hours
Monday-Friday 8AM—2PM

Lab HoursMon, Tues, Weds, Thurs: 8:30AM–5:15PM
Fri: 8:30AM–12:30PM
Hours are 8:30 AM -12:30 PM the day before a holiday.

Pharmacy Hours
Mon, Wed, Thurs: 8AM–6:30 PM
Tues: 8AM–7 PM
Fri: 8AM–5 PM
Every 3rd Saturday: 8AM–4PM

Otros recursos

Suicide and Crisis Lifeline: 988

Refugio de emergencia y otros servicios sociales en Chicago: 311

Línea directa de violencia doméstica: 877-863-6338

Línea de ayuda de Illinois (para recursos de salud del comportamiento y adicciones en todo el estado):
833-234-6343 o envíe un mensaje de texto con la palabra "AYUDA" al 833234

Llame al 911 si tiene una emergencia médica.