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Wisconsin Sobriety and Treatment Hotlines

Finding an Wisconsin alcohol or drug dependence recovery treatment center can help get you or your loved one’s life back on track.

Appleton (920) 202-5615
Eau Claire (715) 318-0023
Green Bay (920) 569-2611
La Crosse (608) 406-2616
Madison (608) 234-5003
Menomonee Falls (262) 373-6016
Milwaukee (414) 375-2038
Racine (262) 672-6213
Waukesha (262) 347-3369
Wausau (715) 203-1329

You’ve already taken an important first step towards addiction recovery by coming to this page. Admitting that you or a loved one has an addiction problem can be very troubling and upsetting – it’s never easy to admit that you need help. However Wisconsin has a variety of resources to help you with addiction treatment. These Wisconsin drug rehab programs and alcohol treatment facilities are in place and there to help you, your family member or friend.

Wisconsin Substance Addiction Info

If you, a member of your family or a friend are suffering from alcoholism or drug addiction, you know well the depressing results of the addiction or abuse. Deteriorating finances, lost jobs, damaged careers, weakening health and broken relationships are the common results of drug and alcohol abuse, and in many cases lead to imprisonment and death. Alcoholism and drug abuse affect more than just our immediate circles of family and friends. Communities endure addictions as well with rising crime rates and acts of violence. As an alcohol or drug abuser progresses in their addiction, there is little they will not do to obtain their desires. These facts make it essential that we get involved, helping ourselves as well as our Wisconsin communities.

The abuser of drugs or alcohol, especially in the later stages of their addiction, is unwilling or often incapable of seeking help from a treatment facility or even a family member or close friend. This is when intervention is necessary and only happens as a result of someone caring enough to take that needed next step. Drug and alcohol intervention, rehabilitation programs, addiction recovery and drug and alcohol treatment centers all have a common goal. The goal is to return the abuser or addict to his friends and family, addiction free and as a productive member of his or her community. This is accomplished in Wisconsin with detoxification, 30 day inpatient addiction programs, long term residential treatment of 60 days or more, outpatient counseling and follow up support programs for addicts and their loved ones.

The need for more drug and alcohol treatment centers is evidenced by the number of people with drug or alcohol related problems. Statistics for 2005 show that Wisconsin had an estimated 469,000 residents that were dependent on or abusing alcohol but also that there were an estimated 442,000 individuals who did not receive need alcohol rehab treatment. Further to this, there were an estimated 134,000 residents who were addicted to, or dependent on drugs, while 122,000 of those residents did not receive needed drug addiction rehabilitation or treatment. In spite of the well trained, dedicated and caring professionals that staff the drug and alcohol treatment facilities, the success rate for addiction recovery is low. Just one of the reasons for the low rate of success is that without solid support from family and friends, it is too easy for the abuser to fall into the numbing comfort of their alcoholism or drug addiction. Alcohol and drug addiction recovery takes a great deal of commitment on the part of everyone involved and in every part of the process.

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Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Additional calls will also be forwarded and returned by one of our treatment partners below.

Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) for your visit will be answered by ARK Behavioral Health, a paid advertiser on alcoholaddiction.org.

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