Substance Use Disorder Treatment

Our programs offer an opportunity to be the healthiest you.

Our goal is to encourage and facilitate recovery from the effects of substance use disorders and improve overall wellness. Services are available for adults 18 years and older. 

Contact:
To schedule an appointment or to learn more about  our substance use disorder services, call us at (920) 433-6073.


Treatment Options

Come in for an assessment. We offer a variety of programs to meet your individual needs.

  • Early Intervention Program
    Designed for individuals interested in exploring their use habits, those in the early stages of change, or have experienced personal consequences as a result of their substance use. This program includes weekly therapy and education.
     
  • Intensive Outpatient Program
    For progressed levels of substance use, this program includes 54 hours of group therapy, individual therapy, and family involvement.
     
  • Integrated Substance Use Disorder Program
    Designed to build emotional regulation skills to assist individuals struggling with substance use. This program is for individuals who are in the action stage of change.  This program includes weekly group and individual therapy.
     
  • Continuing Care
    This program is a transition from the Intensive Outpatient program or Integrated Substance Use Disorder program. It offers support and relapse prevention for patients in early recovery and assists individuals to increase their self-confidence. This program includes weekly group therapy, individual therapy, and family involvement.
     
  • Relapse Prevention
    Focused on preventing relapse, this program follows a more intense level of treatment or period of sobriety. It helps individuals stay focused on recovery goals and includes weekly group therapy, education, and recovery support. Individual therapy is provided as needed.
     
  • Group Therapy
    Group therapy allows our patients the security of knowing they are not alone. Participants offer each other feedback, share experiences, strength, and hope.
  • Individual Therapy
    During treatment patients will have an opportunity to meet with their therapist individually. This gives patients the opportunity to discuss personal issues they are not able to bring to group, to evaluate progress and discus discharge planning.

    Individual therapy may also be offered as a separate treatment option. The type and frequency of care will be determined between you and your therapist.

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Alcohol Use Disorder and Opioid Use Disorder

Medication Assisted Treatment is the use of medications in the treatment of substance use disorders which help support recovery.  Medications include Acamprosate (Campral) , Disulfiram (Antabuse) , Naltrexone (ReVia, Vivitrol), Buprenorphin (Suboxone, Zubsolv,Sublocade).  Medications are available from a qualified physician and  may be used in conjunction with one of the treatment options offered.