Dial “211” and select number “3”
The Addiction Recovery Hotline is accessed through United Way’s 211 center. The United Way 211 center provides information to many social service providers in the local area.
This link will bring you to information that relates to the current COVID-19 situation and provides guidance and resources to assist individuals, providers, communities, and states across the country.
Topics include mental health and substance abuse to intimate partner violence and child abuse.
Self-Referral Number: (608) 242-6437
Visit their website for resources and other information: www.danecountyhumanservices.org/aoda
Click on options available through the pull-down menu on the right-hand side.
The Madison Area Addiction Recovery Initiative (MAARI) is a Smart Policing initiative that seeks to refer persons who overdose or are stopped for low-level, victimless offenses and offer them a referral to medication-assisted and behavioral drug treatment as an alternative to jail. No charges will be filed as long as the client meets program requirements as of six months after the incident. Absence of a criminal record improves clients' abilities to obtain housing and employment. In the near future, they will also be offering peer support and outreach services, as well as a self-referral pathway to treatment.
Learn more: www.cityofmadison.com/police/community/maari
24-7 Recovery Coach Helpline: (608) 228-1278
If incarcerated, call 888-811-3689 x 1
This is for Dane County residents thinking about using alcohol and/or other substances or struggling with substance use issues during the coronavirus epidemic. Calls are free. No insurance is needed.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline provides 24-hour free confidential referrals and information about mental and/or substance use disorders, prevention, treatment, and recovery in English and Spanish. In Madison, through Journey Mental Health.
GET HELP: www.5doorrecovery.org/get-help-now
This is a new affordable and effective a Residential Treatment program for adults struggling with alcohol and/or drug addiction. Many of their clients also have co-occurring mental health disorders and a history of trauma. They offer a holistic approach: physical, mental and spiritual approach. Their goal is to help them move into recovery while also addressing their mental health and trauma issues using SAMSHA approved evidence-based practices.
810 W Olin Ave. Madison, WI 53715
Infants live on site with their mothers. The program fosters the mother-child bond, provides a safe, stable and stimulating environment for infants, supports healthy pregnancy and birth, and provides substance use disorder treatment, as well as community corrections programming for women.
2001 West Beltline Hwy, Suite 102
Madison, WI 53713
Clean Slate's approach is evidence-based and they can get you started on drug rehab medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program immediately. Their opioid and alcohol addiction treatment programs include the use of buprenorphine (such as Suboxone) or naltrexone (Vivitrol) as part of an individualized treatment plan led by their trained medical staff. They accept Medicare, Medicaid and most insurances.
1 Point Place, Suite 200
Madison, WI 53719
Adult Residential Treatment
Any adult resident of Dane County looking for residential treatment for a substance use concern is welcome at this walk-in clinic. Everyone will be evaluated to determine if clinical and funding criteria are met for county-funded residential treatment.
Those who are determined to need residential care but also needs supervised detoxification will be admitted to the Treatment Readiness Center (TRC) for withdrawal management.
2914 Industrial Dr., Madison WI 53713
Journey operates a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) funded alcohol and drug rehab center in Madison. The rehab center also helps patients through individual and group therapies.
49 Kessel Ct. Madison, WI 53711
Monarch is a physician-run clinic in Madison that provides patient-centered treatment for opioid and alcohol addiction. Considered an "all-in-one" care model, Monarch focuses on medically-assisted treatment, counseling, and case management all in one location.
521 E. Washington Ave. Madison, WI 53703
Grace Baptist Church is a satellite location for Reformers Unanimous. “RU” is a biblically-based, Christ-centered recovery program designed to rescue, recover, and restore those in addictive behaviors.
1801 S. Thompson Dr., Madison, WI 53716
Request a free screening or call 800-767-4411, 24 hrs a day, 7 days/week
Rogers is a not-for-profit provider of mental health and addiction treatment. They provide specialized care for children, adolescents, and adults has proven clinical outcomes.
406 Science Dr., Suite 110, Madison, WI 53711
Tellurian offers a continuum of care including: Adult Residential Treatment, Medically Monitored Detoxification, Crisis Stabilization (CARE Centers), Day Treatment, Outpatient, Psychiatry, Sober Living, MAT prescribing and support services, and case management and housing for homeless individuals in Dane County. All clinicians are master level, dually licensed and certified to treat both addiction and mental health disorders.
300 Femrite Dr., Madison, WI 53716
The treatment facilities above only represent a small number of the many available; the best option can be determined through your insurance or through help with Dane County Human Services. If you have insurance, it will be important for you to understand your options based on insurance status. If you do not have insurance, contact the Dane County Human Services at 608-242-6437.
NewStart at UnityPoint Health-Meriter (A Partner of UW Health) provides confidential, caring treatment for adults and adolescents with substance use disorders. Their team develops individual treatment plans for each person and their family. The levels of care include detoxification and medical stabilization, intensive outpatient treatment, continuing care and more.
1015 Gammon Lane, Madison, WI, 53719
SSM Health Treatment and Recovery offers individualized rehabilitation for those suffering from alcohol and drug dependencies, including the abuse of opiates. Both our outpatient and inpatient programs are designed to meet the increasing need for quality, medically monitored programs for those suffering from addictions.
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