Wisconsin Women-Specific Substance Abuse Treatment Centers and Services.

What is this directory?

This directory is a publication of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin Women’s Education Network on Addiction, Recovery and Prevention (WWEN), a non-profit organization.

You can download the full directory (pdf) or browse by region below.

The WWEN Project provides training, technical assistance and networking to reduce stigma around the issues of women, alcohol and other drugs. The project, started in January 1997, is funded by the Bureau of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Department of Health and Family Services. The directory's list of women-specific Wisconsin treatment centers can also be found on this page. The information was obtained directly from the various treatment centers. The centers are arranged according to regions within the state and alphabetically therein.

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Southern

Dane County:

ARC Integrated Outpatient Services, ARC Healthy Beginnings, and ARC Center for Women and Children
1409 Emil Street, Madison WI 53713
608-283-6426 telephone, 608-283-6374 fax
www.arccommserv.com
Contact: Norman Briggs, Director, nbriggs@arccomomserv.com
Services: Women specific counseling for addictions, trauma, parenting, relationships, co-occurring disorders, anger management, domestic violence and family functioning. Pre-natal/ post-partum education, pre-natal care coordination and prevention of alcohol exposed pregnancies. Group and individual counseling and case management services using a wraparound model. Onsite child care. Transitional living available for women needing residential care. Must be 18 years of age or older.
Average Stay: 4 months
Payment: Some insurances and MA. Low income or indigent residents of Dane County may receive treatment free of charge.

Gateway Recovery
25 Kessel Court, Suite 200, Madison WI 53711
608-278-8200 telephone, 608-278-2800 Intake 1
Services: Adolescents, Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Women, Men, DUI/DWI offenders, Criminal justice clients; Detoxification; Outpatient; Assistance for hearing impaired; Substance abuse treatment services
Payment: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State
financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g. VA TRICARE).

Mental Health Center of Dane County
625 West Washington Avenue, Madison WI 53703
608-280-2720 telephone 1, 608-280-2520 telephone 2, 608-280-2428 fax
www.mhcdc.org
Contact: Sue Moran, Manager, 608-280-2420
Services: AODA and mental health treatment; Women- Specific Groups: Basic Issues Group – provides women with education and support in AODA. Women and Trauma Group - Daily coping skills. African- American AODA Women's Group – for African-American women with an emphasis on
spirituality. Family preservation program Dual-Diagnosis; Child welfare; Client matching; Domestic violence for families referred by DCDHS; Cooccurring disorders; Wraparound services offered; Contraception and/or Pregnancy counseling.
Average Stay: 6-12 months
Payment: Sliding fee scale; most services at no cost; straight MA; no insurance; Badgercare; PPlus Badgercare; any Badgercare CORE HMO; self-pay.

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New Start Program Meriter Hospital New Start West Outpatient/Day Services
1015 Gammon Lane, Madison WI 53719
608-417-8144 telephone, 608-271-3457 fax
Services: Substance abuse treatment; Adolescents, Women, DUI/DWI offenders; Outpatient; Partial hospitalization/Day treatment.
Payment: Self payment, Medicaid, Private health insurance; State financed insurance (other than Medicaid).

Grant County:

Memorial Hospital of Boscobel Association Boscobel Area Health Care
205 Parker Street, Boscobel WI 53805
608-375-6341 telephone
608-375-6331 Intake 1, 608-375-6332 Intake 2, 866-810-3433 Hotline 1, 866-662-2242 Hotline 2
Services: Persons with cooccurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Women, DUI/ DWI offenders, Criminal justice clients; Detoxification; Outpatient; Hospital inpatient; Assistance for hearing impaired; American Indian and Alaska Native languages.
Payment: Self payment, Medicaid, Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g. VA TRICARE).

Lafayette County:

Lafayette County Department of Human Services
627 Main Street, Darlington WI 53530
608-776-4800 telephone, 800-208-4011 Hotline 1, 608-776-4848 Hotline 2
Services: Outpatient services including assessments, individual therapy, group therapy, and IDP assessments. Women's group; women specific programs including domestic violence, co-occurring disorders, wrap around services, parenting, trauma counseling, contraception and/or pregnancy
counseling.
Average Stay:
6-12 months
Payment:
Sliding fee available; Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g. VA TRICARE).

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Ozaukee County:

American Behavioral Clinics
1240 West Ranchito Lane, Mequon WI 53092
262-241-3231 telephone, 262-241-4311 fax
Services: Outpatient female groups; Counseling for children. Specialized female group issues; AODA; Anorexia/Bulimia; Grief/ Loss; Marital conflict; Sexual identity/Sexual dysfunction; Depressive disorders; Panic disorders; Anxiety disorders; Sexual abuse/incest; OCD; Gambling addictions; Domestic violence; Co-occurring disorders; Medication evaluations and management.
Payment:
Insurance; does not accept some HMO. PPO, and POS plans.

ARO Counseling Centers, Inc.
101 East Pier Street, Port Washington WI 53074
262-284-3117 telephone, 262-284-3087 fax
Services: Adolescents, Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Women, DUI/DWI offenders; Partial hospitalization/Day treatment; American Indian and Alaska Native languages.
Payment: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g. VA TRICARE).

Rock County:

Crossroads Counseling Center
17 South River Street Suite 254, Janesville WI 53545
608-755-5260 telephone, 608-755-5270 Intake 1
www.crossroads73.com
Contact: Mary Cefalu, Assistant Administrator, mcefalu@crossroads73.com
Services: Outpatient; Substance abuse treatment; Mix of mental health and substance abuse services; Adolescents; American Indian and Alaska Native languages; Women.
Payment: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health
insurance.

Rock Valley Community Programs Inc
203 West Sunny Lane Road, Janesville WI 53546
608-741-4500 telephone, 608-741-4517 Hotline 1, 608-741-4515 Intake 1
Services: Substance abuse treatment services; Outpatient; Women, DUI/DWI offenders, Criminal justice clients. RVCP only accepts referrals from Federal Bureau of Prisons, State of WI Dept. of Corrections.

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Southeast

Kenosha County

Roger's Memorial Hospital
9916 75th Street, Kenosha WI 53142
262-942-4000 telephone, 262-942-7740 fax
www.rogershospital.org
Services: AODA evening treatment program for adults; day treatment for children and adolescents; intensive treatment center; short term inpatient detoxification and stabilization services; 12-step program. Average Stay: Day treatment 4-6 weeks. Payment: Medicare; Medicaid (under age 21 and over age 65); most major insurance plans; self-pay.

Milwaukee County

American Behavioral Clinics
9720 West Bluemound Road, Milwaukee WI 53226
414-774-1794 telephone, 414-774-1488 fax
and
7330 West Layton Avenue, Milwaukee WI 53220
414-281-1677 telephone, 414-281-9884 fax
Services: Outpatient female groups; Counseling for children. Specialized female group issues; AODA; Anorexia/Bulimia; Grief/ Loss; Marital conflict; Sexual identity/Sexual dysfunction; Depressive disorders; Panic disorders; Anxiety disorders; Sexual abuse/incest; OCD; Gambling addictions; Domestic violence; Co-occurring disorders; Medication evaluations and management.
Payments: Insurance; does not accept some HMO, PPO, and POS plans.


The Convergence Resource Center
3975 N 68th St – Lower Level, Milwaukee WI  53216
414-393-1325 telephone, 414-393-1327 fax
Contact: crcinfo@sbcglobal.net
www.lassidministries.org
Services:The Convergence Resource Center provides ancillary services for women recently released from incarceration.  Our services include – Job Readiness and Retention, Job Placement Assistance, Anger Management, Parenting, Clothing Assistance, One on One Mentoring and Support Groups.  Our programs are customized for each woman consisting of two parts – Development and Display.  During the development stage we help the Work Of ART rebuild and restore her life.  During the display stage she is volunteering and giving back to the community.

 

Services Inc. Women's Residential Program
5427 West Willard Avenue, Milwaukee WI 53218
414-536-3530 telephone, 414-536-3708 fax
Contact: Nina Ball, nball@genesisbehavioral.com, 414-442-5990 telephone
Services: Transitional Residential AODA treatment; Mental Health; Individual and group counseling; Services for pregnant women; Services for women involved in the Criminal Justice System; 12-step groups; Adult basic education; Recreation program; Living Skills Classes– Basic social skills; Parenting; Independent living skills; Employment skills; STD educations/testing; Community referrals; Anger Management; Health education; Domestic violence; Co-occurring disorders; Cultural, gender, disability and age-responsive treatment needs; Wraparound services offered.
Average Stay: 30 days minimum; 30-60-90 days.
Payment: Milwaukee County 51 funding, Dept of Corrections, Insurance accepted.

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Horizons, Inc.
2511 West Vine Street, Milwaukee WI 53204
414-342-3237 telephone, 414-342-3258 fax
www.mwcinc.org
Services: Department of Corrections clients; Residential for women offenders; Outpatient services; Adult day treatment; Individual/group counseling; Support group; Aftercare; Extended care; Transitional Housing; Halfway house; Case management services; Wraparound services offered;
Sexual assault; Domestic violence; Co-occurring disorders; Mother's groups.
Average stay: 90 days
Payment: State or Federal Bureau funding.

Meta House, Inc.
2625 North Weil Street
Milwaukee WI 53212
414-962-1200 telephone, 414-962-2305 fax
www.lsswis.org
Contact: Francine Feinberg, Executive Director, Francine@metahouse.org
Services: Residential treatment certified; CBRF; Day treatment: Intensive outpatient programs for AODA and mental health; Transitional housing for women and their children; Individual/ Family counseling; Relapse prevention treatment program; Pregnant women given priority; Programs that address basic living skills. Sexual, emotional, physical abuse; Trauma resolution groups; Co-occurring disorders; Wraparound services offered; Case managers specialize in educational, vocational, and housing needs. Children's Services: Daycare; Parenting classes.
Payment: Funded by TANF; State of Wisconsin, United Way, Federal Grants, Child Welfare, W-2, HUD, and Contributions.

Meta House, Inc. Riverwest North
2626 North Bremen Street, Milwaukee WI 53212
414-962-1200 telephone
www.lsswis.org
Contact: Francine Feinberg, Executive Director Francine@metahouse.org
Services: Persons with cooccurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Pregnant/ postpartum women, Women, Residential beds for clients´ children; Halfway house; Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days); Residential short-term treatment (30 days or less).
Payment: Self payment, Medicaid, Private health insurance.

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Milwaukee Women's Center
4906 West Fond du Lac Ave, Milwaukee WI 53216
414-449-4777 telephone, 414-449-4774 fax, 414-671-6140 Crisis Line
www.mwcinc.org
Services: Women's AODA and mental health; 24-hour emergency shelter for women/ families of domestic violence; Family/group/individual counseling; Batterer's treatment; Positive Options for Women Entering Recovery; Women sensitive / Race sensitive treatment; Sexual assault; Domestic violence; Co-occurring disorders; Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder; Mood and Anxiety disorder; Home and community case management services; Wraparound services; Counseling for children.
Average Stay: Varies
Payment: County/public funding.

Multi Cultural Counseling Services II DBA Renew Counseling Services
1225 West Mitchell Street Suite 223, Milwaukee WI 53204
414-383-4455 telephone
Services: Women with cooccurring mental and substance abuse disorders, DUI/DWI offenders; Outpatient; Partial hospitalization/Day treatment; American Indian and Alaska Native languages; Foreign languages other than Spanish.
Payment: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance.

Roger's Memorial Hospital
11101 West Lincoln Avenue, Milwaukee WI 53227
414-327-3000 telephone, 414-328-3708 fax
Services: Adult Inpatient detoxification; Inpatient (short term, acute); behavioral health care for ages 4-17; half-day day treatment services 4-17. Average Stay: Inpatient detoxification 3-5 days; day
treatment 4-6 weeks.
Payment: Medicare; Medicaid (under age 21 and over 65); most major insurance plans; self-pay.

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The Benedict Center
135 West Wells Street Suite 700, Milwaukee WI 53203
414-374-1774 telephone, 414-347-0148 fax
justice@benedictcenter.org
www.benedictcenter.org
Services: Outpatient day treatment; AODA; Anger management; Stress management; Case management; Support groups; Family counseling; Parenting; Job readiness; Nutrition; Family nurturing; Adult basic education; GED; HSED; Job placement; Affiliated with Women's Harm Reduction Program; Classes and treatment 9:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M. M-F.
Payment: No fee for services; TANF agency; MKE County Vouchers accepted.

United Community Center, Centro de la Comunidad Unida
1028 South 9th Street, Milwaukee WI 53204
414-384-3100 telephone, 414-649-4411 fax
www.unitedcc.org
Services: AODA Outpatient Program with Bilingual/Bicultural staff; Individual and group counseling; Relapse prevention; Drug education; Family Support Services; Women's Residential AODA Treatment; Anger management; Women's selfesteem groups; Spirituality discussions; HIV/AIDS education and support services; Case management services; Social and recreational activities; Family support services; AODA Day treatment.
Payment: The clinic is open Monday-Friday. There is no fee for services to eligible, qualified candidates. For those who do not qualify for free services, there is a sliding fee scale based on client
income, as well as insurance coverage for clients with appropriate coverage.

White's Residential Treatment Facility, Inc.
6400 West Capitol Drive Suite #212, Milwaukee WI 53216
414-536-7098 telephone, 414-536-7106 fax
Contact: Women's Treatment Office: 414-445-7288 telephone
Services: CBRF; AODA Residential Treatment; Anger Management; Social Issues; Family; employment; Relapse prevention; HIV/AIDS education; Chemical dependency education; Addresses domestic violence; Co-occurring disorders; Wraparound services offered.
Average Stay: 60 Days minimum.
Payment: County funding; Innovated family partnerships; Self-pay.

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Racine County

Lake House Health and Learning Center
932 Lake Avenue, Racine WI 53403
262-633-2645 telephone
www.lakehousecenter.com
Contact: Karen Carnabucci, karenc@wi.rr.com
Services: Outpatient treatment; women's specific; domestic violence; co-occurring disorders; parenting; trauma counseling; training for professionals with CEUs; wellness classes; referrals if do not provide services.
Payment: $110 individual sessions; $35-45 for group sessions (some groups with lower fee); sliding fee available; most insurances accepted; self-pay.

Genesis Behavioral Services, Inc. Chatham House
1636 Chatham Street, Racine WI 53402
262-637-2679 telephone, 262-637-2620 fax
Contact: Gina Singletery, gsingletery@cmsstl.com
Services: Women's correctional residential; AODA treatment; Aftercare; Individual and Group therapy.
Average Stay: 90 days plus 12 week aftercare on outpatient basis.
Payment: Department of Corrections.

Genesis Behavioral Services, Inc. Crossroads
1725 Spring Place, Racine WI 53404
262-633-3889 telephone, 262-633-5626 fax
Contact: Gina Singletery, gsingletery@cmsstl.com
Services: Women's correctional residential; 12-bed department of corrections; culturally-sensitive dual diagnose program; AODA treatment; Mental health counseling; Aftercare; Individual and Group therapy; Domestic Violence; Co-occurring disorders; Stress management; Family and Parenting skills; Grief Education; Personal Recovery Program; Comprehensive cognitive behavioral program; In-house 12-step groups; Wraparound services offered.
Average Stay: 90 days plus 12 week aftercare on outpatient basis.
Payment: Department of Corrections.

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Washington County

Genesis Women's Recovery Program
279 South 17th Avenue, West Bend WI 53095
262-306-4392 telephone, 262-306-6740 fax
Contact: Scott Huntington, 262-338-8611, shuntington@charterinternet.com
Services: Regular CBRF (usually transitional); Corrections; Day treatment; Residential; Halfway house; Accepting Bureau of Child Welfare Clients with referral; Serves12 women and families at one time; Intensive outpatient treatment; Aftercare; Family/ couples therapy; Case management coordination; Transitional living facility; Gender/ age/culturally responsive treatment; Education, work focus; Individual/group therapy; Cooccurring disorders; Wraparound services that focus on parent
education; Vocation; Housing assistance; coordination with other community programs, treatment under intensive care. Children's Services: Outings; parenting classes; individual and group counseling.
Average Stay: 90-180 days
Payment: Dept. of Corrections.

Waukesha County

American Behavioral Clinics
15285 Watertown Plank Road, Elm Grove WI 53122
262-797-2818 telephone, 262-797-2814 fax
Services: Outpatient female groups; Counseling for children. Specialized female group issues; AODA; Anorexia/Bulimia; Grief/ Loss; Marital conflict; Sexual identity/Sexual dysfunction; Depressive, Panic, Anxiety, Cooccurring disorders; Sexual abuse/ incest; OCD; Gambling addictions; Domestic violence; Medication evaluations and management.
Payment: Insurance; does not accept some HMO, PPO, and POS plans.

ARO Counseling Centers of Waukesha Substance Abuse Services
2314 North Grandview Boulevard Suite 301, Waukesha WI 53188
262-524-9416 telephone
Services: Outpatient, Partial hospitalization/day treatment, Adolescents, Persons with cooccurring
mental and substance abuse disorders, Women, Men, DUI/DWI offenders, Criminal justice clients.
Payment: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, Private health insurance, Military insurance.

Cornerstone Counseling
16535 West Bluemound Rd., Brookfield WI 53005
262-789-1191 telephone, 262-821-6180 fax
www.cornerstonecounseling.com
Service: AODA; Offers Women's Treatment Programs that deal with women's issues such as: self-esteem, lack of assertiveness skills, shame/guilt, PTSD, etc; Addictive Relationships Group for Women; Treatment for co-occurring disorders; Wraparound services offered
Average Stay: 3 months; Group counseling for children.
Payment: Insurance and private pay.

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Cornerstone Counseling
741 Grand Avenue Suite 302, Waukesha WI 53186
Or
555 Bayview Road Suite 4, Mukwonago WI 53149
262-542-3255 telephone, 262-542-0823 fax
www.cornerstonecounseling.com
Services: Outpatient services for women only; Short term outpatient treatment day/evening group or individual sessions; Primary/Continuing care treatment group and education sessions; referrals for women specific issues.
Payment: Accepts all Insurance plans; private pay; cash or credit; services eligible for FSA and HAS reimbursement.

House of Hope
325 Sentinel Drive, Waukesha WI 53189
262-542-2663 telephone, 262-542-0732 fax
www.lsswis.org
Services: 14-bed State-licensed community based residential treatment AODA; CBRF; Transitional women and children; Halfway house; 12-step program; Group therapy; Individual counseling; Relapse prevention group; Couples and family counseling; Eating concerns group; Mental health;
Co-occurring disorders; Community referrals; Encouragement towards selfresponsibility. Children's Services: House children whose mothers are in treatment; offer counseling.
Payment: County funding or self-pay.

La Casa de Esperanza Substance Abuse and Mental Health Outpatient Clinic
210 Northwest Barstow Street Suite 110, Waukesha WI 53188
262-928-4402 telephone, 262-928-7340 fax
www.lacasadeesperanza.org
Services: Individual and group substance abuse treatment; Individual, Family Therapy, and Marriage Counseling in Mental Health treatment; Domestic violence/Anger management (Court mandated for
perpetrators); HIV testing Program.
Payment: T-19; Self payment, Medicaid, Private health insurance; Payment assistance (Check with facility for details); Sliding fee scale.

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Lawrence Center
3011 Saylesville Road, Waukesha WI 53189
262-928-6900 telephonem, 262-928-3815 fax, 800-573-3076 toll free
www.lsswis.org
Services: Detoxification; Residential; Day treatment; Outpatient; Support groups; Separate women's living unit along with gender-responsive programming.
Average Stay: 10-14 days
Payment: Private pay; Insurance; County funded (Dependent on individual counties); HFS 75 certified; CBRF; Joint commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations.

Roger's Memorial Hospital
34700 Valley Road, Oconomowoc WI 53066
800-767-4411 toll free, 262-646-441 telephone, 262-646-7877 fax
Services: AODA evening treatment program for adults; day treatment for children and adolescents; intensive treatment center; short term inpatient detoxification and stabilization services; 12-step program.
Average Stay: Day treatment 4-6 weeks.
Payment: Medicare; Medicaid (under age 21 and over age 65); most major insurance plans; self-pay.

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Western

Chippewa County

L.E. Phillips Libertas Center
2661 County Highway I, Chippewa Falls WI 54729
715-723-5585 telephone, 800-680-4578 toll free, 715-726-3504 fax
www.libertascenter.org
Contact: Deon Dachel, Office Supervisor ddachel@sjcf.hshs.org, or Thomas Fuchs, M.Ed., Director
tfuchs@sjcf.hshs.org
Services: Inpatient w/24-hour staffing; 44 beds inpatient; Medical detoxification program; outpatient program; Outpatient AODA and mental health Monday- Thursday 8 am-9 pm; Friday 8 am-5pm. Individual, couples, and group therapy; Intensive outpatient program; Adolescent and adult aftercare/relapse groups; Intensive evaluation/ education; Driver safety plan; Adolescent assessments; Education and Treatment;12-step model; Outpatient mental health services; Women's issues; Domestic violence; Co-occurring disorders; Wrap-around services; Parenting; Stress Management; Depression; Anxiety; Identity; Abuse; Addictions; Relationships; Trauma; Dual diagnosis; Mental illness.
Average Stay: Depends on medical necessity and funding source. Residential program is 28 days.
Payment: Medicare, Medical assistance, Badgercare; Badgercare CORE does not cover; Most commercial insurance; County; Self-pay.

Douglas County

Douglas County Department of Health and Human Services
1316 North 14th Street, Superior WI 54880
715-395-1304 telephone, 715-395-1370 fax
www.douglascountywi.org
Services: Women In Transition Program; Detoxification in a medical setting; IDP treatment; Assessments; Aftercare; Residential Treatment 24 hour on-call counselors; Individual/ group therapy; Case management.

Recovery Center Inc
1500 North 34th Street Suite 500, Superior WI 54880
715-392-2822 telephone, 218-591-4218 Hotline 1
Services: Substance abuse treatment services; Outpatient; Halfway house; Residential longterm treatment (more than 30 days); Residential short-term treatment (30 days or less); Adolescents, Persons with cooccurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Pregnant/ postpartum women, Women, DUI/DWI offenders; Other criminal justice groups; American Indian and Alaska Native languages.
Payment: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, Private health insurance, Military insurance Payment assistance (e.g. VA TRICARE); (Check with facility for details).

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Eau Claire County

Affinity House Lutheran Social Services
3042 Kilbourne Avenue, Eau Claire WI 54703
715-833-0436 telephone, 715-833-1505 fax
Services: Residential treatment certified; CBRF; Corrections; Women and Children;18 beds at facility.16 beds funded through state.
Average Stay: 6 months
Payment: Funding though the Dept. of Corrections, as well as two beds county funded; state rate around $40.00 per day; county funding $72.00 per day; No insurance accepted.

Eau Claire Academy
550 North Dewey Street, Eau Claire WI 54702 1168
715-325-4537 telephone
Services: Adolescents, Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Pregnant/postpartum women, Criminal justice clients; Assistance for hearing impaired; Substance abuse treatment; Residential short-term treatment (30 days or less); Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days).
Payment: Self payment, Medicaid, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance.

Fahrman Center
3136 Craig Road, Eau Claire WI 54701
715-835-9110 telephone, 715-830-4098 fax
www.lsswis.org
Contact: Dick Williams, Manager, dwilliam@lsswis.org
Services: The Fahrman Center is a co-ed facility, but women have their own part of the housing and we offer women specific groups for domestic violence, co-occurring disorders, wrap-around services, parenting, trauma counseling, and contraception/Pregnancy counseling. Fahrman Center offers primary residential inpatient treatment and transitional residential treatment (halfway house).
Average Stay: 2 months; 21 days for inpatient treatment; 30-180 days for halfway house.
Payment: $196 per day for primary treatment (insurance and self pay); $137 per day for primary treatment (county referrals); $72 per day for extended treatment; Any insurance covering cost of treatment; not MA.

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Women's Way Lutheran Social Services of WI and Upper MI, Inc.
800 Wisconsin Street Unit 49, Eau Claire WI 54703
715-855-6181 telephone, 715-838-2949 fax
www.lsswis.org
Contact: Lynda Olson, 715-855-6181, lynda.olson@lsswis.org
Services: Women's aftercare groups assisting in accessing existing community supports and resources such as: housing, transportation, childcare, treatment and counseling. Priority given to pregnant women; Culturally sensitive services; Wraparound services offered. Payment: No fee for service.

La Crosse County

Franciscan Skemp Health Care Laar House
1005 Jackson Street, La Crosse WI 54601
608-791-6147 telephone, 608-791-9511 fax
Services: Inpatient certified; CBRF; Residential treatment certified; 12-step; Transitional; Half-way house; Relapse prevention; Group/Individual counseling; Family programming; Morning exercise program; Trauma issues; Safe Path Program for domestic violence; Mental health; Cooccurring
disorders; Wraparound services offered.
Average Stay: 7-8 months
Payment: $211 for one day of medically monitored services; $97.00 a day for the halfway house; Accepts Insurance; self-pay; Medical Assistanc

Gundersen Lutheran Behavioral Health
1900 South Avenue, La Crosse WI 54601
608-775-7991 telephone
www.gundluth.org
Contact: Sarah Melde, Clinical Manager, skmelde@gundluth.org
Services: Assessments, outpatient treatment, day treatment, and gender-specific residential treatment. Genderspecific therapeutic groups. Unity House for Women: residential treatment program; CBRF; Medically-monitored and transitional levels of care; Treats alcohol and drug addiction and co-occurring disorders.
Average stay: 28 days, longer for patients with more complex issues.
Payment: $634 daily for medically monitored level; $421 transitional level; County funding, private pay, or contracted private insurance. Call for information on rates.

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Ho Chunk Nation Behavioral Health
724 Main Street, La Crosse WI 54601
608-374-3083x5414 telephone, 608-784-3083x5414 Intake 1, 888-685-4422x5014 Intake 2
Services: Outpatient and Substance abuse treatment services only; Assistance for hearing impaired; Women, Men, DUI/DWI offenders, Criminal justice clients; Referrals for women specific issues.
Payment: Medicaid, Medicare, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health
insurance, Military insurance (e.g. VA TRICARE).

Unity House for Women Gundersen Lutheran
1922 Miller Street, La Crosse WI 54601
608-775-4718 telephone, 800-362-9567 ext.54718, 608-775-4710 fax
www.gundluth.org
srgabrie@gundluth.org
Services: Substance abuse treatment; 8-bed chemical dependency treatment program for ages 18+; Halfway house; Residential long term treatment (longer than 30 days); residential short term treatment (shorter than 30 days).
Average Stay: 7-21 days depending on the patients' needs.
Payment: Self payment; Private health insurance; Countyfunding agencies.

St. Croix County

Hudson Hospital Programs for Change
405 Stageline Road, Hudson WI 54016
715-531-6000 telephone, 800-993-2325 toll free, 715-381-1031 (TTY/TDD)
Services: Substance abuse treatment services; Women, Men, DUI/DWI offenders; Outpatient.
Payment: Self payment; Medicaid; Medicare; Private health insurance; Military insurance (e.g. VA TRICARE); price reductions and special consideration in certain financial destitute situations.

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Northern

Ashland County Bad River Alcohol Program
100 Maple Lane, Odanah WI 54861
715-682-7117 telephone-1, 715-682-7116 telephone-2
www.glitc.org
Services: Substance abuse treatment services; Pregnant/ postpartum women; DUI/DWI offenders; Outpatient.

Lincoln County

Ministry Behavioral Health Tomahawk Center
401 West Tomahawk Drive, Tomahawk WI 54487
715-453-7700 telephone, 800-779-2881 toll free
www.hyhc.org
Services: An outpatient alcohol and drug treatment program. Individual and group therapy available, as well as family counseling for the alcoholic and family members. The Primary Outpatient Program meets twice a week for six weeks then Aftercare meets once a week for eight weeks. Also can meet individually with family members. All clients need to come in for an initial assessment.
Payment: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g. VA TRICARE).

Marathon County

Courage To Change Recovery
106 Galvin Road, Abbotsford WI 54405
715-223-0480 branch office
Services: Women's group and individual services including domestic violence; co-occurring disorders; wrap-around services; parenting; trauma counseling; contraception and/or pregnancy counseling; acceptable to bring children.
Average Stay: Based on individual needs; nothing less than 3 months.
Payment: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, Private health insurances; no insurance rate is $60 per hour for individual and $50 for a 2 hour group ($25 per hour); accepts checks, cash, money order; no credit cards.

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Family Counseling Services of Wausau
903 2nd Street, Wausau WI 54403
715-842-3346 telephone, 715-842-3346 Hotline 1
Services: Outpatient; Adolescents, Persons with cooccurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Women, Men, DUI/DWI offenders, Criminal justice clients.
Payment: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance, Military insurance Payment assistance: (e.g. VA TRICARE); (Check with facility for details).

Oneida County

Koinonia Residential Treatment Program
1991 Winnebago Street, PO Box 1550, Rhinelander WI 54501
715-362-5745 telephone, 715-362-2819 fax
Contact: Dottie Moffat, dottie@dlmoffat.com
Services: Residential primary AODA treatment; Family program; Specialized women's program offered with Tri-County Women's Outreach Project; Native-American program; Relapse program; Domestic violence issues; Co-occurring disorders; out patient services for after care groups; Wraparound services offered.
Average stay: 45-60 days
Payment: County authorization; insurance; self-pay.

Koller Behavioral Health Services
201 Hospital Road, Eagle River WI 54521
715-369-2210 telephone, 715-362-8789 fax
and
622 Mason Street, Rhinelander WI 54501
715-369-2210 telephone, 715-362-8798 fax
Women's Outreach Project: 715-358-6224
Services: Outpatient; AODA treatment men and women; Service coordination; Mental health; Adolescent AODA; Women's outreach project.
Payment: Self-pay; County contract; Insurance; varies from $24 a month to $112 per hour.

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Koller Behavioral Health Services
240 Maple Street, Woodruff WI 54568
715-356-8000 telephone
Women's Outreach Project: 715-358-6224
Services: Outpatient; AODA treatment men and women; Service coordination; Mental health; Adolescent AODA; Women's outreach project.
Payment: Self-pay; County contract; Insurance; varies from $24 a month to $112 per hour.

Ministry Behavioral Health Sacred Heart/Saint Mary's Hospital Inc
1020 Kabel Avenue, Rhinelander WI 54501
715-361-2805 telephone, 800-866-8673 toll free
Services: Outpatient; Substance abuse treatment; Adolescents, Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Women; American Indian and Alaska Native languages.
Payment: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g. VA TRICARE).

Tri-County Women's Outreach
415 Menominee Street, PO Box 967, Minocqua WI 54548
715-358-6224 telephone, 877-801-3485 toll free
Contact: Dottie Moffat, Program Manager, dottie@dlmoffat.com
Services: All AODA treatment provided by contracts with local service providers; Services include: Detoxification; DWI Assessment; IDP Treatment; Assessments; Aftercare; Residential treatment; 24 hour On-Call Counselors; Intake and Assessment; Aftercare; Case management; Advocacy; Services to the court under Chapters 51, 55, and 880; Resource Development; Contract evelopment and Monitoring.
Payment: M.S.; self-pay; county contract; insurance.

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Price County

Counseling and Development Center: Marriage, Family, Child, and Individual
170 4th Avenue, Park Falls WI 54552
Mailing Address: PO Box 71, Phillips WI 54555
715-762-2939 telephone, 715-339-3048 Intake 2, 715-762-2939 Hotline 1, 715-339-3011 Hotline 2
Services: Outpatient; Adolescents, Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Gays and Lesbians, Seniors/ older adults, Women, Men, DUI/DWI offenders, Criminal
justice clients.
Payment: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g. VA TRICARE).

Counseling and Development Center Inc AODA Treatment Program
171 Chestnut Street, Phillips WI 54555
715-339-3048 telephone, 715-339-3048 Hotline 1, 715-339-3011 Hotline 2
Services: Outpatient; Adolescents, Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Gays and Lesbians, Seniors/ older adults, Women, Men, DUI/DWI offenders, Criminal
justice clients; Assistance for hearing impaired; Substance abuse treatment.
Payment: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g. VA TRICARE).

Sawyer County

Lac Courte Oreilles Alcohol Drug and Mental Health Program
13380 West Trepania Road, Hayward WI 54843
715-638-5100 telephone, 715-638-5105 Intake 1
Services: Pregnant/postpartum women, Women, DUI/DWI offenders; Other criminal justice groups; Detoxification; Outpatient; Partial hospitalization/Day treatment; American Indian and Alaska Native languages.
Payment: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g. VA TRICARE).

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Northeast

Brown County

Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin Women's Recovery Journey
300 Crooks St. PO Box 22308, Green Bay WI 54305
920-436-4360 Ext:1279, 920-432-5966 fax
www.familyservicesnew.org
Contact: Lynn Barrett, Program Manager, lbarrett@familyservicesnew.org
Services: Integrated intensive outpatient program for women and their families. AODA intensive outpatient program 15 weeks; aftercare 15 weeks; Childcare; Family program; Children's education; Interaction/ cooperation with other community agencies; Mental health; Wrap-around services offered. Children's Services: Childcare and education.
Average stay: Three hours/three times/15 weeks; three hours/one time per week/15 weeks
Payment: Funding occurs through special eligibility criteria to be assessed upon intake; Medical Assistance and insurance.

Fond du Lac County

ARC Fond du Lac Services for Women and their Children
17 Forest Avenue, Fond du Lac WI 54935
920-907-0813 telephone, 920-907-0826 fax
www.arccommserv.com
Contact: Tania Rhoads, 920-907-0813, trhoads@arccommserv.com
Services: Women specific AODA treatment for women 18 and older; Day Treatment program 8:30-3:00 daily; Domestic Violence; Co-Occurring disorders; Anger Management; Trauma response education; Housing Assistance; Wraparound services offered.
Average Stay: 4 months
Payment: Free to low income women in the Fox Valley area.

ARC Fond du Lac A Project of ARC Community Services, Inc.
27 Third Street #208, Fond du Lac WI 54935
920-907-0460 telephone, 920-907-0681 fax
Services: Private AODA treatment for women who are under the supervision of the Wisconsin Department of Corrections; residential day treatment; Coordinated daycare; Stress management; Mental health/co-occurring disorders; Women's health issues; Sexuality; Self-esteem; Independent living skills; Parenting skills; Addictive, abusive relationships, Domestic violence; Time management; Vocational/job search skills; Referrals to community providers; Wraparound services
offered; Aftercare counseling, support groups are provided for 6 months after discharge.
Average stay: 3-4 months
Payment: TANF eligible; Funded by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections and Divisions of Community Corrections.

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Fond du Lac County Beacon Continuing Care Friends of Women in Recovery Inc
166 South Park Avenue, PO Box 1524, Fond du Lac WI 54936
920-923-3999 telephone 920-923-3240 fax
www.beaconhousefdl.org
Contact: Mary Gerlach mgbeacon@charter.net
Services: Residential treatmentcertified CBRF living for women and their children; AODA; 12-step program; Group/individual counseling; Continuing Care Group; specific to women's issues; Education / interactive group for families; Parenting classes; Spirituality; Sexual abuse; Domestic violence; Eating disorders; Relationship issues; Cognitive intervention; Referral to community resources; Cooccurring disorders; Life skills development; Employment and/or vocational counseling; Formulation of a relapse prevention; Wraparound services. Children's Services: Children 11 and under can stay with mother. Average Stay: 90-120 days
Payment: Insurance; private; county funding.

Kewaunee County

Kewaunee County Department of Human Services Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Program
810 Lincoln Street, Kewaunee WI
54216 920-388-7030 telephone
www.kewauneeco.org
Contact: Mark Seidl, Manager seidlm@kewauneeco.org
Services: Mix of mental health and substance abuse services; Women, DUI/DWI offenders; Outpatient; American Indian and Alaska Native languages. Payment: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g. VA TRICARE); Payment assistance (Check with facility for details).

Menominee County Arbor Place, Inc.
320 21st Street Northeast, Menomonee WI 53741
715-235-4537 telephone, 715-235-4535 fax
info@arborplaceinc.com
Services: Outpatient: AODA, Family and Crisis AODA; Evaluations; OWI Assessments; Intoxicated Driver Intensive Supervision Program (ISP); Day Treatment; Victim Impact Panel (VIP); Individual Counseling Sessions; Couples' Counseling Sessions; Family Counseling Sessions; Primary Outpatient Program (POP); Families In Need of Educations and Support (FINES); Alcohol and Drug Screening.
Average Stay: 21 Day Medically Monitored Residence Treatment;10 Day Relapse Preventions Medically Monitored Residential Treatment; Families in Recovery (FIR) Program.
Payment: Self payment plans; Most commercial insurances; Accepts most HMO, PPO, and POS plans; MA.

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Shawano County

Maehnowesekiyah Wellness Center
North 2150 Kesaehkahtek, Gresham WI 54128
715-799-3835
www.menominee-nsn.gov
Services: AODA residential and outpatient services; Domestic violence victim services; AODA adolescent outpatient services; Children's support group for domestic violence. Average Stay: 30-60 days for residential services.
Payment: Insurance; Medical assistance; Sliding fee scale.

 

Stockbridge/Munsee Health and Wellness Behavioral Health Department
West 12802 Court Road A, Bowler WI 54416
715-793-3000 telephone, 715-793-1312 fax
www.mohican.com
Contact: Lydia Vitort, lydia.vitort@mohican.com
Services: Substance abuse treatment; Outpatient; Adolescents, Persons with cooccurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Persons with HIV/AIDS, Gays and Lesbians, Seniors/older adults, Pregnant/ postpartum women, Women, Men, DUI/DWI offenders, Criminal justice clients.
Payment: Self payment, Medicare, Private health insurance.

Sheboygan County

Sheboygan Memorial Health The Center for Chemical Dependency Services
2640 N 6th Street, Sheboygan WI 53803
920-457-0513 telephone, 920-451-5057 fax
www.aurorahealthcare.org
Services: Outpatient male and female AODA; Inpatient; Aftercare program that is specific to women; Mental Health; Cooccurring disorders; Counsels victims of domestic violence; Individual and group therapy; 12- week intensive primary group followed by 4-6 month aftercare group; Relapse prevention.
Average Stay: Inpatient: 3-4 days
Payment: Insurance and private pay.

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Winnebago County

Casa Clare A Division of Mooring Programs, Inc.
201 South Glenridge Court, Appleton WI 54914
920-731-3981 telephone, 920-731-2853 fax
www.mooringcasa.com
Contact: Jolie VerVoort, jolie@mooringcasa.com
Services: Substance abuse treatment center exclusively for women; certified for Medically Monitored Treatment (Level 3) and Residential Treatment (Level 1A); Children accepted to live with mother age 10 and under.
Average Stay: 28-90 days.
Payment: Private or County funded.

Candlelight Vision Corp
210 West Winneconne Avenue, Neenah WI 54956
920-967-1008 telephone, 920-969-0561 fax
www.candlelightvision.org
info@candlelightvison.org
Services: Residential treatment for females ages 13-18; Outpatient groups; Anger management and pregnancy prevention girls after 11-18; Respite and day treatment; Transitional Living Center; A Better Choice Group Home; An 8 bed group home for females.
Average Stay: 6-9 months residential; 12-week sessions, groups; Individual for day programming and respite.
Payment: Outpatient services are fee for services; Residential services are billed to the placing county.

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