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This guide was developed by Mental Health America in Sheboygan County (MHA) in partnership with Sheboygan County Public Health and the Sheboygan County Sheriffs Department. The purpose of this guide is to deliver information on substance use, treatment options, recovery, and support. In addition, this guide intends to provide hope to all who are struggling with substances. Help is out there, recovery is possible!

Step by Step Guide
for Sheboygan County
SUBSTANCE USE TREATMENT
AND
RECOVERY OPTIONS
2
Step 1: Educate Yourself
3
Step 2: Understanding Treatment
4
Step 3: Paying for Treatment
5
Step 4: Recovery and Relapse
6
Step 5: Harm Reduction
7
Step 6: Treatment Providers
8
Residential Treatment
8
Inpatient Detoxification
10
Outpatient Treatment
11
Medication Assisted Programs
15
Sober Living Resources
16
Sober Community Programs/ Cen-
18
Family Support Resources
20
Additional Resources
22
Inside this guide:
This guide is by no means comprehensive but
it does represent the wealth of resources
present in Sheboygan County and the
surrounding areas.
In addition, it is important to keep in mind
that each agency or group has their own
policies, procedures and processes in place.
It would be in your best interest to contact
any resources listed in this guide directly with
any specic questions regarding the types of
services they provide.
Every attempt has been made to make this
guide as complete and accurate as possible.
Listings in the guide do not necessarily imply
endorsement of the program or services.
This guide was developed by Mental Health America in Sheboygan County (MHA) in
partnership with Sheboygan County Public Health and the Sheboygan County Sheris
Department.
The purpose of this guide is to deliver information on substance use, treatment options,
recovery, and support. In addition, this guide intends to provide hope to all who are
struggling with substances. Help is out there, recovery is possible!
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What is addicon?
Drug addicon, also called substance use disorder, is a
dependence on a legal or illegal drug or medicaon. When
you're addicted, you're not able to control your drug use
and you may connue using the drug despite the harm it
causes. Drug addicon can cause an intense craving for the
drug and can cause serious, long-term consequences,
including problems with physical and mental health,
relaonships, employment, and the law.
Unfortunately, addicon can strike anyone, anywhere, at
any me.
How does an addicon start?
Most drug addicons start with experimental use of a drug
in social situaons. For some people, the drug use becomes
more frequent. The risk of addicon and how fast you
become dependent varies by drug. Some drugs have a
higher risk and cause dependency more quickly than
others.
As me passes, you may need larger doses of the drug to
get high. Soon you may need the drug just to feel good. As
your drug use increases, you may nd that it's increasingly
dicult to go without the drug. Aempts to stop drug use
may cause intense cravings and make you feel physically ill
(withdrawal symptoms).
Step
1
Drug addicon symptoms or
behaviors include:
Feeling that you have to use the drug
regularly — this can be daily or even sev-
eral mes a day
Having intense urges for the drug
Over me, needing more of the drug to
get the same eect
Making certain that you maintain a supply
of the drug
Spending money on the drug, even
though you can't aord it
Not meeng obligaons and work respon-
sibilies, or cung back on social or rec-
reaonal acvies because of drug use
Doing things to get the drug that you nor-
mally wouldn't do, such as stealing
Driving or doing other risky acvies
when you're under the inuence of the
drug
Focusing more and more me and energy
on geng and using the drug
Failing in your aempts to stop using the
drug
Experiencing withdrawal symptoms when
you aempt to stop taking the drug
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Educate Yourself
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Understanding Treatment
Step 2
Starting the process of treatment and recovery
You or your loved one may want to quit, but most people nd they can't do it on their own. You or your
loved one may need help from a doctor, family, friends, support groups or an organized treatment program
to overcome drug addicon and stay drug-free.
Addicon is a manageable but chronic disease, just like diabetes or asthma. Because it is a chronic,
relapsing disease, you should not think about treatment as a way to curesomeone. You should look at
treatment as a rst step in helping yourself or your loved one.
How do I know what type of treatment is
necessary if any?
Like many other problems, drug abuse and denial commonly go
hand-in-hand. Both the person suering from the addicon, as
well as their friends and family, may nd themselves denying
the issue, believing that it is under control, or thinking the drug
use can easily be stopped at any me. In many cases, those
who try to avoid treatment facilies are actually those who can
use the most help.
What types of treatment options are available?
There are many dierent types of drug rehabilitaon facilies /
programs out there.
Some specialize in helping their paents deal with a specic drug addicon, while others oer a
broader range of services for those dealing with any type of addicon to drugs.
Some drug rehabilitaon programs are gender and/or age specic so that paents feel more
comfortable in their surroundings and are able to connect with similar individuals who are dealing
with the same struggles.
Inpaent drug rehabilitaon programs are ideal for those who need to get away from the
temptaon of the outside world and into a safe environment where they are able to detox.
NOTE: The type of drug an individual is addicted to will determine the type of detox that
is needed. Detox from alcohol and benzodiazepines should be done with medical
supervision, as their withdrawal symptoms can be fatal.
Outpaent drug rehabilitaon programs are also available. These programs oer both private and
group sessions for drug addicon, as well as various levels of care. (3 mes per week, 1 me per
week, etc.)
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Cost of Treatment
You may have heard stories about how expensive treatment is. However, there are opons available that can
help you and/or your family handle the nancial burden of paying for substance use
treatment.
There are several opons when it comes to paying for treatment. These include:
Health insurance plans and/or Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)
Veterans Administraon benets (if youre a military family)
Financial Aid/Scholarship
Payment plan and a sliding fee scale.
These options dont cover everyone, but you may be able to cut personal costs by using
one or more of the following:
Private Insurance Most private health insurance plans provide coverage for some
substance abuse treatment. Call the toll-free number on the back of your card and ask
about your treatment benets, or talk to your employers employee assistance
program (EAP). Precercaon may be required before entering a program. Make
sure you know all the out of pocket costs you will be responsible for before making any
arrangements.
Medicaid, Medicare Part A, and the Health Insurance Marketplace can help get you
or your loved one insured.
Contact Economic Support regarding Medicaid at 1-888-794-5556, or online at www.accesswisconsin.gov.
Please Note: Medicaid does not currently cover residenal treatment.
Contact Medicare at 1-800-Medicare (633-4227) or visit www.mymedicare.gov.
Contact the Healthcare Marketplace at 1-800-318-2596 or www.healthcare.gov.
Step
3
Feeling overwhelmed? Do you have addional quesons? You can connect with:
Mental Health America in Sheboygan Co. (MHA)
Phone: (920) 458-3951
Condenal referrals and consultaon for mental
health and substance use services, including
resource library with materials and a peer support
recovery drop in center called Open Door!
Sheboygan Co. Health and Human Services (HHS)
Phone: (920) 459-0563
Informaon and Assistance Specialists are available to
assist with navigang HHS programs . They also provide
referrals to resources within the community.
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Recovery: According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services
Administraon (SAMHSA), a life in recovery consists of four components:
Health. Physical and mental health concerns that cause discomfort, distress, or both should be
eliminated or managed.
Home. The person should have access to a safe and comfortable place to live.
Purpose. Meaningful acvies, such as work, volunteerism, or creave endeavors, should be part of
daily life.
Community. Social networks that foster feelings of friendship and love should surround the person.
Recovery from a substance use disorder is
more than not using drugs. While it is
tempng to think that once someone
completes treatment that a person is
recovered”, in reality recovery from
substance abuse and addicon is a lifelong
process.
Recovery is about ALL of these components:
- Improving ones quality of life - Having healthy relaonships
- Being emoonally and physically healthy - Having a healthy social life
- Succeeding in school or work - Living drug-free
For most people, maintaining recovery requires supports and services aer formal treatment is completed.
There is a wide range of recovery supports and services available to help individuals in recovery prevent re-
lapses, get emoonal support, maintain progress made in treatment, and live drug-free.
Recovery and Relapse
STEP
4
Possible Relapse
Relapse is as common for drug or alcohol abuse as
it is for other chronic diseases such as asthma or
diabetes. Its not as bad as you think. Oen, people
who experience a relapse quickly realize that there
was something wrong with the way they were
recovering, and make an adjustment so their
recovery works long-term. Plus, like riding a bike,
recovery is a process that may include some
skinned knees, or a bump on the elbow on the way
to success.
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Area Treatment
Providers
STEP
6
Residential/Inpatient Treatment
Residential/Inpatient programs provide a living environment with treatment services.
Several models of residential treatment (such as the therapeutic community) exist,
and treatment in these programs lasts from a month to a year or more. Programs
may differ in some ways.
Sheboygan County Resources:
Pathways to a Beer Life, LLC
13111 Lax Chapel Rd., Kiel, WI 53042
920.894.1374, www.pathwaystoabeerlife.com
90-day residenal treatment center for adult men and women.
Payment: Contact for cost and payment opons. Does not accept medical assistance, Badger Care, T-19, State
Insurance, or any HMO's associated with those plans.
Out of County Resources:
Aurora Psychiatric Hospital, Dewey Center
1220 Dewey Ave., Wauwatosa, WI 53213
414.454.6707, www.aurorahealthcare.org
Oers Inpaent detox and rehabilitaon as well as opiate specic programming.
Payment: Self-Pay, accepts many private insurances. Does not accept medical assistance, Badger Care, T-19, State
insurance, or any HMO's associated with those plans. Call ahead for eligibility and screening requirements.
Beacon House
166 South Park Ave., Fond Du Lac, WI 54936
920.923.3999, www.beaconhousefdl.org
90-day program for women. 12-step based group and individual counseling.
Payment: Self-pay. Does not accept medical assistance, Badger Care, T-19, State insurance, or any HMO's associated
with those plans.
Blandine House
25 North Park Ave., Fond Du Lac, WI 54935
920.922.9487, www.blandinehouse.org
90-day program for men.
Payment: Self-pay and some private insurances. Does not accept medical assistance plans. Contact for
screening and eligibility requirements.
Exodus Transional Care Facility
1421 Fond Du Lac Ave., Kewaskum, WI 53040
262.626.4166, www.exodus-house.com/
90-day residenal treatment program for men.
Payment: Self-pay, and some private insurances accepted. Does not accept medical assistance plans.
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Jackie Nitschke Center, Inc.
630 Cherry St., Green Bay, WI 54301
920.435.2093, Intake: 920.435.2093, www.jackienitschkecenter.com/
28-Day residenal service for adults.
Payment: Contact directly for program cost and nancial guidelines. Scholarships available for Brown Co. residents,
Does not accept medical assistance plans.
L.E. Phillips Treatment Center – Chippewa Falls
2661 Cty Hwy I, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
715.723.5585, 24-hours: 800.680.4578, www.libertascenter.org
Detoxicaon and 28-day inpaent residenal treatment program.
Payment: Self-Pay, accepts many private insurances. Does not accept medical assistance, Badger Care, T-19, State
insurance, or any HMO's associated with those plans. Call ahead for eligibility and screening requirements.
Libertas Treatment Center (inpaent is adolescents only)
Green Bay Sheboygan (Intake for Green Bay)
1701 Dousman St., Green Bay, WI 54303 2108 Kohler Memorial Dr., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.498.8600, www.libertasgb.org 920.803.0740
Inpaent program for adolescents.
Payment: Self-pay, and some private insurances accepted. Does not accept medical assistance, Badger Care, T-19, State
insurance, or any HMO's associated with those plans.
Meta House
2625 N. Weil Street Milwaukee, WI 53212
414.962.1200, www.metahouse.org
Inpaent gender responsive treatment program for women and their families. Does not provide detoxicaon services;
however, it is expected that many women will be admied immediately aer detoxicaon.
Payment: Self-pay, based on income. Accepts most private insurance. Does not accept medical assistance, Badger
Care, T-19, State insurance, or any HMO's associated with those plans.
Ministry Behavioral Health
201 Prence St., Stevens Point, WI 54481
715.345.0711, www.ministryhealth.org/
A residenal inpaent treatment service (medically monitored) for adult men and women.
Payment: Self-pay, and some private insurances. Does not accept medical assistance, Badger Care, T-19, State
Insurance, or any HMO's associated with those plans.
The Moorings Programs, Inc.
Casa Clare (women) Mooring House (men)
201 S. Glenridge Ct., Appleton, WI 54914 607 West Seventh St., Appleton, WI 54911
920.731.3981, www.mooringcasa.com/ 920.739.3235, www.mooringcasa.com/
A residenal inpaent treatment service for adults.
Payment: Self-pay. Accepts some private insurances. Does not accept medical assistance plans.
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Nova Counseling Services, Inc.
3240 Jackson St., Oshkosh, WI 54901
920.231-0143,
Toll free: 800.298.8170, www.novaoshkosh.com/
28-day residenal program serving men and women.
Payment: Self-pay, and some private insurances. Does not accept medical assistance, Badger Care, T-19, State
Insurance, or any HMO's associated with those plans.
Rogers Memorial Hospital–Oconomowoc
34700 Valley Rd., Oconomowoc, WI 53066
262.646.4411, rogershospital.org
Comprehensive and individualized residential addiction treatment is available at the Herrington Recovery Center for adult men and
women, lasting on average about 6-8 weeks. Led by an experienced team of professionals, evidence-based services can address
co-occurring and complex cases.
Payment: Accepts many insurance plans.
Shorewood House
3924 N. Maryland Ave., Shorewood, WI 53211
414.977.5890, www.shorewoodhouse.org
A newly-renovated, private-pay residenal treatment program for women. Located in an inving, suburban seng,
Shorewood House features upgraded amenies. With a capacity for just eight women, treatment is highly-
individualized and oers holisc, trauma informed and strength-based treatment approach.
Payment: Residenal treatment services, $15,000 per month. Self-pay, and some private insurances accepted. Does
not accept medical assistance, Badger Care, T-19, State insurance, or any HMO's associated with those plans.
Withdrawal Management/
Inpatient Detoxification Program
Withdrawal management / Inpatient Detoxification programs are programs that
provide a safe and supportive environment while detoxing from substances.
Sheboygan County Resources:
Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center
2414 Kohler Memorial Dr., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.451.5510, Intake: 920.451.5485, www.aurorahealthcare.org
Rapid detox and stabilizaon for alcohol only. This is a hospital based program with an expected length of
stay of 3-5 days.
Payment: Self-Pay, accepts many private insurances and medical assistance plans.
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Intensive Outpatient (IOP) and
Outpatient Treatment
Intensive Outpatient (IOP) and Outpatient treatment is therapy that helps individuals
to develop healthy coping skills, a strong support system, learn to implement structure
in their life, and help to support them through life challenges while remaining in their
home and work environment.
Sheboygan County Resources:
Aurora Behavioral Health
Sheboygan Clinic Plymouth Health Center
2414 Kohler Memorial Dr., Sheboygan, WI 53081 2600 Kiley Way, Plymouth WI 53073
920.457.4461, www.aurorahealthcare.org 920.457.4461, www.aurorahealthcare.org
Outpaent treatment provider.
Payment: Accepts most private insurances, and medical assistance.
Dynamic Family Soluons
615 S. 8
th
St., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.323.7431, www.dynamicfamilysoluons.com
Outpaent treatment, Adolescent Treatment, Adolescent Groups, Gender Specic Treatment, Individual Treatment
Family Therapy, Women's Group, and Men's Group.
Payment: Accepts most private insurance plans.
Labor of Love
1020 Superior Ave., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.226.9599, www.laboroovecenter.webs.com
Outpaent treatment providers.
Payment: Accepts most insurance plans, accepts medical assistance, aordable self-pay opons to make treatment
accessible.
Libertas Treatment Center
Green Bay Sheboygan
1701 Dousman St., Green Bay, WI 54303 2108 Kohler Memorial Dr., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.498.8600, www.libertasgb.org 920.803.0740
Outpaent treatment provider for adolescents and adults.
Payment: Accepts many private insurances, and medical assistance.
Life Point Counseling
433 E. Mill St., Suite A, Plymouth, WI 53073
920.892.7606, www.lifepointwi.com
Outpaent treatment provider.
Payment: Accepts most private insurance plans.
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Ne-Work Family Counseling
Sheboygan North Sheboygan South
2801 Calumet Dr., Sheboygan, WI 53081 3321 S. 12
th
St., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.451.6908, www.ne-workfamilycounseling.org 920.783.6201
Outpaent treatment providers with ve area locaons; Sheboygan North, Sheboygan South, Manitowoc, New
Holstein, and Plymouth. Oers Intoxicated Drivers Program.
Payment: Self-pay, accepts many private insurances, and medical assistance.
Northshore Clinic, LLC
805 N. 6
th
St., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.457.8866, www.northshoreclinic.org
Outpaent treatment provider, individual and group counseling.
Payment: Accepts many private insurance plans.
Phoenix Behavioral Health
Sheboygan Oce (by appointment) Manitowoc (Main oce)
1121 N. 7th St., Sheboygan, WI 53081 115 E. Waldo Blvd., Manitowoc, WI 54220
920.682.1131, hp://www.phoenixbhc.com/ 920.682.1131
Outpaent treatment provider.
Payment: Contact directly regarding fees and payment opons.
Prevea Behavioral Care
Sheboygan Green Bay
3425 Superior Ave., Sheboygan, WI 53081 2680 Vernon Dr., Green Bay, WI 54304
920.458.5557, www.prevea.com 920.272.1200
Outpaent treatment providers.
Payments: Accepts most private insurance plans, and medical assistance.
Samaritans Hand
1714 N 8th Street; Suite 4, Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.254.6922, www.samaritanshand.org
A faith-based drug and alcohol outpaent clinic for the Sheboygan area and lake shore communies.
Payment: Contact directly regarding fees and payment opons.
Sheboygan County Health and Human Services
1011 N. 8
th
St., Sheboygan WI 53081
920.459.6400, www.sheboygancounty.com
Oers various levels of care including intensive outpaent, aercare, and Drivers Safety programming. Group seng
oers support and educaon for those with substance abuse issues. Level of care is assessed at inial appointment with
clinician.
Payment: Some private insurances are accepted.
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Yurk Counseling Services, LLC
3424 Superior Ave., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.287.0406, www.yurkcounseling.com
Outpaent treatment provider .
Payment: Self-pay, accepts many private insurances, and medical assistance.
Out of County Resources:
Aliated Clinical Services- West Bend & Harord
111 E. Washington St., West Bend, WI 53095
262.338.2717, www.aliatedclinical.com
4-8-week intensive outpaent program for adults. Treatment intensity, focus and length will be proporonate to the
clients needs.
Payment: Self-pay, and most private insurances accepted. Does not accept medical assistance, Badger Care, T-19, State
insurance, or any HMO's associated with those plans.
Meta House
2625 N. Weil Street Milwaukee, WI 53212
414.962.1200, www.metahouse.org
Outpaent program serves clients through a person centered treatment model. Services include counseling, life skills,
educaon and vocaonal services, health educaon, nutrion, parenng, mental health and relapse prevenon.
Child care is also available on-site.
Payment: Self-pay, based on income. Accepts most private insurance, and medical assistance. No one is turned away
because of inability to pay.
Nova Counseling Services, Inc.
3240 Jackson St., Oshkosh, WI 54901
920.231-0143, Toll free: 800.298.8170, www.novaoshkosh.com/
Intensive outpaent program is held ve days per week, Monday-Friday, from 9 a.m. to noon.
Payment: Self-pay, and some private insurances. Does not accept medical assistance, Badger Care, T-19, State
insurance, or any HMOs associated with those plans.
Psychological Evaluaon & Consulng Services, SC
9950 N Port Washington Rd., Mequon, WI 53092
262.240.9779, www.pecssc.com
Intensive Outpaent Program, 12- weeks of group and individual addicon treatment. Incorporates use of the 12-step
philosophy, cognive-behavioral therapy, experienal learning, meditaon, relaxaon, visualizaon, and related home-
work tasks.
Payment: Accepts most private insurances, as out of network providers. Does not accept medical assistance, Badger
Care, T-19, State insurance, or any HMOs associated with those plans.
Rogers Memorial Hospital–Oconomowoc
34700 Valley Rd., Oconomowoc, WI 53066
262.646.4411, rogershospital.org
Our Silver Lake Outpatient Center oers comprehensive and individualized addiction treatment for adults in an intensive outpatient
program (15 hours/week) and dual diagnosis partial hospital program (30 hours/week) for co-occurring addiction and mental health
disorders.
Payment: Accepts many insurance plans.
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Rogers Memorial Hospital–Brown Deer
4600 W. Schroeder Dr., Brown Deer, WI 53223
414.865.2500, rogershospital.org
Providing comprehensive and individualized addiction treatment, we oer an intensive outpatient program (15 hours/week) for adults
with addiction. Dual diagnosis partial hospital programs (30 hours/week) for adults and teens with co-occurring addiction and mental
health disorders are also available, including an intensive outpatient program option for adults.
Payment: Accepts many insurance plans.
Rogers Memorial Hospital–West Allis
11101 W. Lincoln Ave., West Allis, WI 53227
414. 327.3000, rogershospital.org
Providing comprehensive and individualized addiction treatment, we oer an intensive outpatient program (15 hours/week) for adults
and an intensive outpatient program (12 hours/week) for young adult males (18-24). Dual diagnosis partial hospital (30 hours/week)
and intensive outpatient programs for adults with co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders are also available.
Payment: Accepts many insurance plans.
Roots Counseling Services
1863 N. Farwell Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53202
1.844.447.6687, www.rootsmke.org
Out-paent treatment center that oers four levels of care stang with Day-Treatment, then Intensive Out-Paent,
then Out-Paent and nally Connuing Care. The treatment lasts around 12 months and has been very eecve with
heroin/opiate addicts nding long term lasng recovery.
Payment: Accepts many private insurance plans. Does not accept medical assistance, Badger Care, T-19, State
insurance, or any HMO's associated with those plans.
SALS, LLC
620 Maple Ave., Waukesha, WI 53186
262.549.2121, www.salssoberhouses.com
Intensive outpaent, outpaent, and
Payment: Contact directly regarding fees and payment opons.
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Medication Assisted Programs
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of medications, in combination with
counseling and behavioral therapies, to provide a whole-patient approach to the
treatment of substance use disorders.
Sheboygan County Resources:
Holisc Pain Management and Wellness Center- Dr. Steve Sanno
4027 S. Business Dr., L03, Sheboygan, WI 53081
262.365.9572, www.holiscpainmanagement.net
Suboxone provider, for those interested in also ulizing alternave/complementary medicine; acupuncture, various
herbals/nutrional support and aromatherapy.
Payments: Self-pay. Accepts most private insurances. Does not accept medical assistance, Badger Care, T-19, State
insurance, or any HMO's associated with those plans.
Prevea Behavioral Care
3425 Superior Ave., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.458.5557, www.prevea.com
Suboxone provider. Psychiatric assessment and medicaon management for adults.
Payments: Accepts most private insurances, and medical assistance.
Sheboygan Comprehensive Treatment Center
2842 S Business Dr., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.458.6527, www.methadonetreatmentwisconsin.com
Narcoc maintenance treatment services, methadone maintenance, individual and group counseling.
Payments: Accepts most private insurances, and medical assistance.
Out of County Resources:
Aliated Clinical Services- West Bend & Harord
111 E. Washington St., West Bend, WI 53095
262.338.2717, www.affiliatedclinical.com
Suboxone and Vivitrol medicaon treatment.
Payment: Accepts many private insurances. Does not accept medical assistance, Badger Care, T-19, State
Insurance, or any HMO's associated with those plans.
Psychological Evaluaon & Consulng Services, SC
9950 N Port Washington Rd., Mequon, WI 53092
262.240.9779, hp://www.pecssc.com/
Suboxone provider.
Payment: Accepts most private insurances, as out of network providers. Does not accept medical assistance,
Badger Care, T-19, State insurance, or any HMO's associated with those plans.
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Sober Living Resources
When leaving treatment, a safe environment is inaccessible for most people, thereby putting their
sobriety in danger. Sober living is designed for long-term and supportive residency that strives to
provide a mutual support system to achieve success in sobriety. Eliminating the use of drugs and
alcohol remains the first step in recovery. However, learning to live a drug and alcohol free life
takes more time. Studies have indicated that the likelihood of maintaining long-term sobriety dou-
ble when coupled with residency in a sober living house.
Sheboygan County Resources:
The Abode: The Sheboygan Co Half-Way House
503 Ontario Ave., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.458.5205, www.abodesheboygan.org
A comfortable, safe ,and secure substance-free transional living environment for residents with mental health and alcohol or
drug diagnoses where needs for treatment and recovery can be met while the working toward living a more independent and
responsible life.
Out of County Resources:
Aspired, Inc.
PO Box 93, West Bend, WI 53095
262.346.8471, hp://www.aspiredwomen.org/
Provide Sober Housing for women in recovery from alcohol or substance abuse.
Meta House
2625 N. Weil Street Milwaukee, WI 53212
414.962.1200, www.metahouse.org
Family-friendly transional and permanent housing for women.
Payment: Must pay at least 30% of adjusted gross income as rent.
Nova Counseling Services, Inc. -Terra Halfway House
3240 Jackson St., Oshkosh, WI 54901
920.231-0143, Toll free: 800.298.8170, www.novaoshkosh.com/
90-day program for adults who have successfully completed a primary inpaent addicon treatment.
Payment: Self-pay, and some private insurances. Does not accept medical assistance.
Roots Recovery Milwaukee Sober Living
1.844.727.6237, www.rootsrecovery.org
6-month sober living program limited to young adults over the age of 18. Residents aend outpaent counseling at
an associated facility .
Payment: The rst months fee may be paid by a family member ($700). Aer the rst month, all residents are
required to pay all of their own fees ($500). Insurance may assist in covering some of the cost.
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SALS Recovery House and Coaching
620 Maple Ave., Waukesha, WI 53186
262.549.2121, www.salssoberhouses.com
Mulple Recovery Houses throughout Milwaukee and Waukesha. Fully-furnished homes with no binding leases or uli-
ty bills for residents to put in their name. Each home has supporve housemates in recovery and an on-site live-in
House Manager who works a recovery program with connued sobriety.
Payment: Contact directly for quesons regarding fees and payment opons.
Sober Living Database
www.soberliving.intervenonamerica.org
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Sober Community Support Programs/Centers
Sober community supports are places that provide a sense of safety, support, fellowship,
and acceptance to those who are in recovery from alcoholism and/or addiction. These
community supports often offer education sessions, host self-help groups, and hold sober
social/recreational events.
Sheboygan County Resources:
1907 Club
2908 N. 21
st
St., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.457.9633, 920.226.1415, www.1907club.org
Serves individuals in recovery from drugs and alcohol, and their families, support groups, peer support and socializing,
SMART Recovery Groups, Families Anonymous meengs, and host to community meengs regarding the topic of
addicon.
Bethany Reformed Church
730 County Road PPP, Sheboygan Falls, WI 53083
920.452.0051, ext. 16, bethanyreformedchurch.com
A Christ-based approach to recovery that was a response to twelve-step programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous.
Hope Community Church
2916 S. 11th St., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.254.1762, onlinecelebraterecovery.com
Celebrate Recovery, support groups for the military and their family , peer support and socializing.
Mental Health America in Sheboygan County
915 N. 7
th
St., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.458.3951, www.mhasheboygan.org
An informaon and referral source for people seeking mental health services such as therapy and support groups.
Maintains a resource library of materials available for free loan to the public.
Open Door
817 N. 8
th
St., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.783.6801, www.mhasheboygan.org
Safe and comfortable place for peers with mental illness and co-occurring disorders to learn essenal wellness &
recovery skills.
Riteway Club
4627 S. 12th St., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.452.3375
Serves individuals in recovery from drugs and alcohol, and their families, support groups, peer support and socializing.
St. Paul Lutheran Church
1315 Washington Ave., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.467.7115, www.stpaulfalls.com/Cel
A Christ-based approach to recovery that was a response to twelve-step programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous.
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Samaritans Hand
Sheboygan Oce (Main Locaon) Plymouth (Friday Meengs Only)
913 N. 6th St., Sheboygan, WI 53081 (ally door) New Life Church, 601 Eastern Ave., Plymouth, WI
920.254.6922, www.samaritanshand.org 920.254.6922
A faith-based outpaent clinic oers a variety of services such as AODA Support Meengs, Bible Studies, AODA 12-
week groups, Individual sessions or Relapse Prevenon Group.
I Love My Addict Support Group
St. Johns UCC
1248 Lincoln Ave., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920. 331.0612, hps://www.facebook.com/ilovemyaddict
A weekly peer to peer support group for the loved ones of addicts. SMART Recovery for BOTH the Friends and Family,
as well as the Addict looking for a dierent approach to recovery. I Love My Addict Support Group also has a~ Helios
Cered Recovery Coach available.
Out of County Resources:
Friendship Corner
21 East 2nd St., Suite 104, Fond du Lac, WI 54935
920.266.8447, namifonddulac.org
Friendship Corner, aliated with NAMI Fond du Lac, is a place for peer support and friendship for individuals
recovering from mental illness.
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Family Support Resources
Addiction impacts not only those with the disease, but also their family and friends.
The following resources are available to help you learn about addiction and find
support for you and your family members.
Sheboygan County Resources:
1907 Club
2908 N. 21
st
St., Sheboygan, WI 53083
920.457. 9633, 920.226.1415, www.1907club.org
Serves individuals in recovery from drugs and alcohol, and their families, support groups, peer support and socializing,
SMART Recovery Groups, Families Anonymous meengs, and hosts community meengs regarding the topic of
addicon.
Community Consultants, Inc.
1504 New Jersey Ave., P.O. Box 1357, Sheboygan, WI 53082
920.447.4545
Provides family acvies and peer support for residents of Sheboygan County.
Mental Health America in Sheboygan County
915 N. 7
th
St., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.458.3951, www.mhasheboygan.org
An informaon and referral source for people seeking mental health services such as therapy and support groups.
Maintains a resource library of materials available for free loan to the public.
Open Door
817 N. 8
th
St., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.783.6801, www.mhasheboygan.org
Oers social interacon and supports in a peer run drop in center.
I Love My Addict Support Group
St. Johns UCC
1248 Lincoln Ave., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920. 331.0612, hps://www.facebook.com/ilovemyaddict
A weekly peer to peer support group for the loved ones of addicts. SMART Recovery for BOTH the Friends and Family,
as well as the Addict looking for a dierent approach to recovery. I Love My Addict Support Group also has a~ Helios
Cered Recovery Coach available.
Out of County Resources:
Faces & Voices of Recovery
202.737.0690, hp://www.facesandvoicesofrecovery.org/
A one-stop resource is for people in or seeking recovery from addicon, their families and friends and for addicon
treatment service providers and other allied service professionals.
Al-Anon/Alateen
888.425.2666, www.al-anon.org www.area61afg.org
Al-Anon and Alateen are mutual support programs for people who are living with-or have lived with-someone whose
drinking created problems for themselves and others.
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Alcoholics Anonymous
www.aa.org, www.mtg.area75.org/index.html
Alcoholics Anonymous is a voluntary, worldwide fellowship of men and women from all walks of life who meet
together to aain and maintain sobriety.
Families Anonymous
www.familiesanonymous.org
A 12-step fellowship for the families and friends of those individuals with drug, alcohol and related behavioral issues.
Learn to Cope
www.learn2cope.org
A peer led support network for families dealing with addicon and recovery.
Naonal Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
NAMI Fond Du Lac NAMI Ozaukee
21 E 2nd St., #104, Fond du Lac, WI 54935 13460 N Port Washington Rd., Mequon, WI 53097
920.979.0512, www.namifonddulac.org 262.243.3627, www.namiozaukee.org
Educaon, advocacy, and support for individuals and families .
Narcocs Anonymous
888.611.1813, www.wisconsinna.org
Narcocs anonymous is a nonprot fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major
problem.
Rise Together
hps://www.weallrisetogether.org/
RISE TOGETHER is a recovery advocacy group that has a passion for prevenon, educaon, and community outreach.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administraon (SAMHSA)
hp://www.samhsa.gov
(SAMHSA) is an agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health eorts to
advance the behavioral health of the naon. SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and
mental illness on America's communies. Maintains a searchable database of area treatment providers and oers
educaonal resources regarding substance use and mental health among various other services.
Solsce Warmline
608.244.5077, hps://www.facebook.com/thesolscehouse/
A non-clinical warmline service answered by people who have lived experience of mental health and/or substance
use issues and are trained to support people during tough mes.
Stop Heroin Now, Inc.
hp://stopheroinnow.org, hps://www.facebook.com/StopHeroinWI
Online support for those aected by heroin and opiate addicon.
Wisconsin United We C.A.N. (Change Addicon Now)
hp://www.changeaddiconnow.org/wisconsin.html
Wisconsin United We C.A.N. provides educaonal opportunies for families, organizaons, businesses, and schools
about addicon and its impacts on our families and communies
Wisconsin Voices of Recovery
hp://wisconsinvoicesforrecovery.org/
A statewide peer-run movement that brings together people in and seeking recovery, their family members, and
allies. Focus on celebrang recovery and eliminang the sgma associated with addicon and recovery in Wisconsin.
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Additional Resources
You are not alone in this, there is help and support out their for you and/or your
loved one. Below are some additional resources you may find helpful.
Sheboygan County Resources:
Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC)
920.467.4100
Advocacy, referral, and support for persons with alcohol or drug use problems.
Crisis Center
920.459.3151
24/7 phone and mobile crisis counseling services.
Lakeshore Community Health Care
1931 N 8th St, Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.783.6633, www.lakeshorecommunityhc.org/
Community health care, including behavioral health, and insurance enrollment assistance.
Out of County Resources:
Aids Resource Center of Wisconsin (ARCW)
www.arcw.org
Lifepoint needle exchange program, serves injecon drug users throughout Wisconsin.
HOPELINE
Text HOPELINE to 741741
Emoonal Support Text Line
North American Syringe Exchange Network
hps://nasen.org/directory/wi/
Directory of needle exchange programs operang throughout Wisconsin.
Have additional questions? Contact
Mental Health America in Sheboygan County
915 N. 7
th
St., Sheboygan, WI 53081
920.458.3951, www.mhasheboygan.org
An informaon and referral source for people seeking mental health services such as therapy and support groups.
Maintains a resource library of materials available for free loan to the public.
Sheboygan County Health and Human Services- Informaon and Assistance Specialist
1011 N. 8th St., Sheboygan WI 53081
920.459.0563, www.sheboygancounty.com
Resource and referral assistance for Sheboygan County residents.
**If you have a family member who is not willing to go to treatment and you feel they are a
danger to himself/herself or others you can seek a Third Party Commitment by contacting
Sheboygan County Health and Human Services.920.459.3155.***
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