The availability of resources is essential to overcoming the challenges of opioid addiction. Below are a list of treatment facilities, directories, and support groups to aid those in need.
The Department of Health Services website offers information on Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) options for those addicted to opioids. Their website includes the following resources:
Directory of buprenophrine providers
Directory of methadone providers (opioid treatment programs)
Directory of providers in underserved, targeted regions (grant programs)
Directory of naltrexone providers
Sober Solutions is a free online resource for people looking for free substance abuse treatment in Wisconsin. This site provides a list of free/state funded rehabilitation programs, as well as, information on all types of addiction, and different options for treatment.
Rise Together is a recovery advocacy group that focuses on the prevention of substance use and abuse by youth. The main focus of their services is geared towards prevention awareness, education, and community outreach. Their services include educational seminars, peer recovery coaching, student-led programs, community awareness and branding, grassroots advocacy, and community workshops.
Stop Heroin Now is a non-profit foundation that focuses on providing awareness and education to communities, families, and individuals about addiction and advocates for improved services and access to services for those affected by addiction. Stop Heroin Now also provides community-based assistance for reducing substance use and long-term addiction amongst youth and adults.
AddictionCenter.com is a web guide that works to connect individuals struggling with addiction to treatment options and provide families and communities with helpful information and resources on substance abuse, addiction, and recovery options.