Wisconsin Substance Abuse Resources
The state of Wisconsin has a lot of substance abuse resources for it’s residences. Here are links to some of the important drug and alcohol help and information;
- State of Wisconsin’s Mental Health Treatment Programs
- State of Wisconsin’s system of care for substance use services
- State of Wisconsin’s finding and choosing substance use treatment programs
- State of Wisconsin’s contact information
Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) website can be challenging. Finding the right program for you or someone else is essential. This page will make locating a good Oregon facility simpler and faster. The great state of Oregon has a lot of exemplary treatment programs. Finding the right program will depend on the type of health insurance coverage available. SAMHSA has the most comprehensive database of treatment programs. SAMHSA has many other recovery resources as well on its websites. All of this information is free and confidential.
For immediate help, call the SAMHSA national helpline: SAMHSA 24 hour helpline
SAMHSA is a nationwide database of drug and alcohol rehab information. Their staff are very knowledgeable, friendly people and are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They are more than happy to answer questions about how to find a rehab program in your area or elsewhere. Whether you have insurance or not, they will do everything possible to help. If you are looking for detox, a 30-day facility, sober living, residential, or a gender-specific program, they can help.
Click – SAMHSA’s Informational Help Website
Gain access to the SAMHSA help website. It explains how to get help and access other resources and information. Their operators speak English or Spanish. They will help people find the right treatment program or make connections to community-based support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous and others. It is totally free and completely confidential.
Click – Full Access to the SAMHSA Nationwide Database
Once there, type a city, county, address, or zip code in the search facilities box located in the upper right corner and hit enter. It will be a complete list of all the various programs according to the criteria requested.