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Below is a helpful guide to navigating the treatment system as well as local treatment options. To get help now, CLICK HERE .
For individuals who have identified drug overuse or addiction in their lives, treatment is the next step. There are many different types of treatment. Treatment is dependent on the individual, their finances, and the intensity of treatment needed. The treatment system for drug and/or mental illness can be confusing. Finding treatment options that will benefit an individual’s specific situation can be difficult. Child custody or careers may prevent individuals from seeking treatment. But, there are many options available. Understanding the treatment options and identifying local programs are steps on the road to recovery.
Treatment Resources and Information:
- Navigating the Treatment System
- Local Treatment Options
- Medically-Administered Treatment
- Family and Career Concerns While Attending Treatment
Navigating the Treatment System
Realizing that you or a loved one needs help for substance use can be scary and overwhelming, and chances are you have no idea where to begin. There is no one-size-fits-all answer, and it can take a fair amount of research to figure out what type of help is needed and where and how to get it.
Local Treatment Options
IMPACT-211— Provides a central access point for people in need. During times of personal crisis or community disaster, the free, confidential helpline and online resource directory make it easy for residents to get connected to information and assistance. Phone: 211 or Web: IMPACT 2-1-1
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)– Call 1-800-662-HELP (4357) or use the following link for a full listing of substance abuse providers in Wisconsin: Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator
Addiction Resource HUB – This comprehensive resource hub helps you find the independent, local support you or a loved one are looking for. The Addiction Resource Hub is a joint project of Facing Addiction with NCADD & Transforming Youth Recovery.
Addiction Policy Forum: Addition Resource Center – This resource center includes a database of treatment resources, facilities, and healthcare providers specific to Wisconsin residents. The ARC includes a comprehensive, interactive website to help individuals and families struggling with addiction learn about substance use disorders and access critical resources.
Milwaukee County Services
For individuals who are experiencing a mental health or substance abuse crisis, help is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year via the Crisis Line. 414-257-7222 or Milwaukee County Crisis Services
For community based mental health or substance abuse services, contact Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Division, Community Access to Recovery Services (CARS). 414-257-8095 or Milwaukee County Community Access to Recovery Services
COPE—Provides emotional support and crisis intervention through the COPE hotline. 262-377-COPE or COPE Services
Starting Point—Builds healthy communities by empowering individuals and families through innovative substance abuse prevention and intervention resources. 1-262-241-1004 or Starting Point WI
Aurora Psychiatric Hospital—414-454-6600 or Aurora Healthcare Behavioral Health
CleanSlate Addiction Center – http://cleanslatecenters.com/about-us/
Columbia St. Mary’s/Ascension Behavioral Health—800-457-6004 or Columbia St. Mary’s Behavioral Medicine
Exodus House—Kewaskum, WI—262-626-4166 or Exodus House
Froedtert/Medical College of Wisconsin Behavioral Health—414-805-3666 or Froedtert Behavioral Health
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation—Minnesota and Chicago –800-257-7810 or Hazelden
Healing Corner – Brookfield, WI – 262-781-0240 – Healing Corner
Nova Counseling Services—Oshkosh, WI– 800-298-8170 or Nova Oshkosh
Rogers Memorial Hospital—800-767-4411 or Rogers Hospital
Rosecrance—Milwaukee area—888-928-5278 or Rosecrance Substance Abuse
Suboxone (Buprenorphine and Naloxone) Physician & Treatment Program Locator: Find information on locating physicians and treatment programs authorized to treat opioids, such as heroin or prescription pain relievers. SAMHSA Buprenorphine Treatment Practitioner Locator
Opioid Treatment Program Directory (Methadone Providers): Find treatment programs in Wisconsin and across the country that treat opioid addiction and dependence, including heroin and prescription pain relievers. SAMHSA Opioid Treatment Program Directory
Find methadone and Suboxone treatment clinics in the Milwaukee area: Milwaukee Comprehensive Treatment Centers
Vivitrol (Naltrexone): A medication therapy that acts differently than Suboxone and Methadone. Naltrexone binds and blocks opioid receptors, and is reported to reduce opioid cravings.
Learn more on Vivitrol here: