Phone: (715) 723-5585

Relapse Prevention Program 


Recovery from substance use disorder is an ongoing process. The disease of addiction is frequently marked by relapse that can be devastating and lead to feelings of helplessness.

We frame relapse as part of the recovery process, adjust your level of care if needed, and use relapse as a tool to help build a stronger recovery program. We know relapse has to be addressed immediately. All of our treatment programs include relapse prevention strategies and are designed to provide assistance should you relapse.

Withdrawal Management Services 

Withdrawal management services are available for adults who need medical help for withdrawal symptoms. Once medically stable, a person is assessed and referred to an outpatient or inpatient program.

Learn more about withdrawal management services.

Day Treatment 

Every individual struggling with substance use disorders has unique needs. Some individuals need a structured and intensive recovery program but do not require a residential stay at our facility. Our day treatment program is an eight week structured program that provides a multi-disciplinary approach.

Learn more about our day treatment program for substance abuse.

Inpatient Residential Treatment 

This 28-day substance use disorder treatment program allows you to stay in a safe, structured living environment. Residential alcohol and drug treatment is a holistic program to help you improve your physical, emotional, and spiritual health as you continue on your journey toward sobriety.

Learn more about residential treatment.

Outpatient Treatment 

This program is personalized to respond to your individual needs, problems, and circumstances. It begins with a prompt evaluation of your situation and uses individual, group, and family sessions to address your substance use disorder issues.

Learn more about outpatient alcohol and drug treatment.
Call 715-723-5585 for more information.


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Know the signs of substance use disorders.
Too often the symptoms go unnoticed. Be willing to look; substance use disorder is a treatable disease. Learn how to recognize the signs.
What if they won't seek help?
Many people enter treatment reluctantly, not recognizing there's a problem. In order to accept help, your loved one may need an intervention. Before you intervene, please ask for free professional advice; we're always here for you as a resource.
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