Addictive Disorders Treatment Program
Comprehensive alcohol and drug treatment at little or no cost to eligible veterans. Residential treatment, case management, job and housing information and referral, and anger management counseling.
Wm. S. Middleton Veterans Hospital, 2500 Overlook Terrace, 53705
Adolescent Alcohol/Drug Abuse Intervention Program
Comprehensive outpatient alcohol and drug assessment and referral for adolescents and their parents. Services are confidential and free for Dane County residents, 18 and under.
UW Hospital and Clinics, 122 E. Olin Ave., Suite 275, 53713
Support for family or friends of people affected by alcoholism. Meetings daily.
608-241-6644 (help line)
Men and women who meet regularly to support each other and help others to recover from alcoholism; ongoing meetings held throughout the city.
2000 Engel St., Suite 104, 53713
608-222-8989 (office and 24-hour hotline)
Chris Farley House
Combined residential addiction treatment and transitional housing facility. Sober, structured living is provided in a clean, home-like environment. Treatment, case management, job and permanent housing search assistance, and community support.
810 W. Olin Ave., 53715
Outpatient treatment for adults and adolescents with drug and alcohol problems, and mental health problems. Also services for affected family members of all ages.
25 Kessel Ct., Suite 200, 53711
Services for addiction recovery. Primary and secondary residential treatment programs certified by the state. Sober, structured living is provided in a clean environment. Treatment, case management, job and permanent housing search assistance, and community support.
3602 Memorial Dr., 53704
Journey Mental Health Center, Alcohol/Drug Treatment Services
(Formerly Mental Health Center of Dane County) Treatment services for Dane County residents who have alcohol and other drug abuse/dependency problems. Sliding fee scale. Outpatient services.
625 W. Washington Ave., 53703
Journey Mental Health Center, Clinical Assessment Program
(Formerly Mental Health Center of Dane County) Confidential alcohol and other drug dependency/abuse and mental health assessments. Assessments only - no treatment. Self-referrals accepted.
710 John Nolen Dr., 53713
Recovering addicts meet regularly to help each other stay clean. No fees. 24-hour help line.
Helpline: 608-258-1747; toll-free 888-431-7526
Comprehensive assessment and treatment for adolescents and adults.
1015 Gammon Ln., 53719; Emergency/detoxification services: 202 S. Park St., 53715
PICADA - Prevention-Intervention for Alcohol & Drug Abuse
Prevention and intervention programming for all ages. School programs and community education, including Building Bridges race relations, parenting and AODA support, underage drinking classes. Also serves older adult community.
128 East Olin Ave., 53713
Recovery Foundation Inc.
Nonprofit supports recovery from substance use disorders through financial assistance, public outreach and education, and advocacy. Includes mentor program and sober activities for college students and young people.
5005 University Ave., 53705
SMART Recovery (Self-Management And Recovery Training). Worldwide community of self-empowering, science-based mutual help groups aimed at addiction recovery. Meetings are free, confidential and drop-in. Also, daily online meetings at www.smartrecovery.org.
Tellurian UCAN Inc.
Offers a full AODA continuum of care with appropriate levels of intensity at each stage, including emergency detox, residential treatment, intensive day treatment, outpatient clinic, case management, alcohol smart classes, and forgiveness counseling & research.
300 Femrite Dr., 53716
Wisconsin Association for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Inc. (WAAODA)
Advocacy organization supporting professional and public education about addiction prevention, treatment and recovery.
6601 Grand Teton Plaza, Suite A, 53719
Wisconsin Clearinghouse for Prevention Resources
Official information and materials clearinghouse. Staff works with educators, prevention specialists, counselors and other professionals in the areas of alcohol, drugs, mental health, youth development and health promotion.
333 East Campus Mall #8104, 53715