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Joliet Inpatient Treatment Center

Dr. Catherine Larry, Warden

Facility Data

Joliet Inpatient Treatment Center
Opened: June 2022
*Operational Capacity: 202
Multilevel Security Adult Males and Females
**Population: 11
Average Annual Cost Per Patient: 

*Operational capacity is the maximum amount of beds a facility has; to include all health care, crisis, restrictive housing, protective custody, isolation, R&Cs, and future beds that are down for repair.

**As of 7/1/22

Visitation

 

Visitor ADA Accommodations

IDOC Visitation Rules and Information—please review before visiting

The Illinois Department of Corrections is implementing a multi-phase plan to resume in-person visits as safely as possible. The number of visitors per two and a half-hour time slot are limited to ensure social distancing measures are closely followed. Phase 3, which takes effect January 31, 2022, requires proof of vaccination, an approved vaccination exemption, or a vaccination exemption under review by IDOC to enter an Illinois Department of Corrections facility. To visit Joliet Inpatient Treatment Center, you must sign up at least seven days in advance.

Facility Address

2848 McDonough St.
Joliet, IL 60436

Phone: 815-730-4400
Fax: Not operational at this time.

Facility Information

The Joliet Inpatient Treatment Center will provide the most intensive level of care for adult male and female patients who struggle with severe mental illness and to those requiring long-term nursing care. The 202 bed adult multiple-security (including maximum-security) facility is comprised of 7 mental health treatment units including 2 intensive mental health units and a 50 bed infirmary.  Each unit has a patient day room, outdoor recreational space, several treatment rooms, and areas to conduct individual and group sessions and a soothing room. The contemporary design provides access to daylight in each patient room and dayroom while maintaining safety and security requirements. Natural lighting, as well as views and access to exterior courtyards, provides for a recovery-focused milieu and enhances emotion and physical well-being. Additionally, each unit provides access to auxiliary aids and services for patients who display or voice the need for disability accommodations.