- Human Services
- Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse
Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse (AODA)
We seek to assist individuals in defining their relationship to alcohol and or other drugs and to help them change, as necessary, to improve their lives relative to that relationship and their family, society, and themselves.
Outpatient Treatment Program
Education and therapy, in group and individual settings, to help the substance misusing person better understand their use and its effects on themselves, their family, and the community as well as learn about themselves and recovery.
Intensive outpatient programing offered to persons involved in the criminal justice system, who are substance dependent. This treatment includes group and individual services up to 3 days a week, ongoing court appearances, and continuous urinalysis monitoring. The Drug Court Team is comprised of the judge, district attorney, public defender, probation and parole, law enforcement, and the treatment team.
Intoxicated Driver Assessments
Provides State mandated assessments for OWI offenders convicted by Circuit or Municipal Courts to be used as the basis for a driver safety plan. Persons arrested, but not yet convicted, may seek assessment preemptively but should be aware that such assessments will be reported to the Department of Transportation.
Medication Assisted Treatment
Medication Assisted treatment is available for opioids in the form of Naltrexone and Buprenorphine and may be subsidized, for qualified individuals, as funding permits. Naltrexone is available for alcohol if the client has insurance or the ability to self-pay.
Provides community education on alcohol and drug misuse through radio, billboards, and booths at community events. Prevention also includes the Teen Intervene program which to screens and educates, or refers as necessary, teens who are presenting as having possibly been misusing substances.
Group Services provided by the Peer Specialist/Recovery Coaches for those who have been in treatment for opioids, or who have been in Drug Court. It is open to others, and the community, as long as the identified populations are being served.
Recovery Coaches/Peer Support Specialists work closely with individuals in the community, in a recovery setting, to build support and give individuals a sober peer they can reach out to.
Residential services are provided on limited basis, as funding permits, through coordination with outside service providers.
Detoxification services are provided through coordination with outside service providers, as needed, to help individuals detoxify from substances.
Immediate assistance is available 24 hours a day for all emergencies. Call 888-552-6642 any time during the day or night.
Intervention/Information & Referral
This is a service available to individuals, their family members, friends, and concerned others to assist them in identification of problems and referral for services for those who may have a substance misuse problem.
Do you know pregnant women seeking substance use treatment services are first in line for admission and, if there is a waiting list, you can receive services while you wait.
A recovery Coach/ Peer- Support ran group that embraces every pathway to recovery. We focus on bringing healing and empowerment to everyone who are struggling with overcoming substance abuse and addiction. Our goal is to help men and woman maintain recovery and if possible become a voice in the recovery community.
View the Empowering Recovery (PDF) for more information.
Free NARCAN Training Available
Just like First Aid, CPR, and AED Training, NARCAN can be used to save the life of someone experiencing an opioid emergency or a possible opioid overdose.
Take advantage of this free opportunity to learn more about NARCAN and receive a free dose.
Teen Intervene Toolkit
The Teen Intervene Toolkit is a resource for schools that provides an overview of the program, explains the referral process, and the provides information that schools can use to work with parents. View the Teen Intervene Toolkit (PDF).
The Teen Intervene video provides an overview of the program and explains the referral process to access the program.
For More Information
- Call 608-328-9352
- Fax: 608-325-2139
- Visit Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) Treatment Programs