Residential Alcohol & Drug Treatment

This 28-day inpatient addiction treatment program allows you to stay in a safe, structured living environment at our rehab center in Chippewa Falls. Our therapists have helped many people living in Eau Claire, Chippewa Falls, and the surrounding communities overcome their drug and alcohol addictions.

Inpatient, residential treatment is a holistic rehab program designed to help you improve your physical, emotional, and spiritual health as you continue on your journey toward sobriety.

Our treatment philosophy is based on the medical model of addiction and integrates the 12-Step facilitation model, the Matrix Model, motivational interviewing, and other approaches that support healthy recovery.

Our inpatient residential treatment program includes:

  • group therapy
  • individual sessions
  • assignments
  • educational sessions
  • family programming
  • leisure activities
  • exposure to the recovery community

Support for Family and Friends
Our therapists also offer a family program to help friends and family develop a better understanding of their loved one's addiction, treatment, and life after treatment. Attendance in not mandatory but is highly encouraged.

Tobacco Use
Current research suggests that the use of tobacco increases death rates and relapses in the recovery community. L.E. Phillips-Libertas Treatment Center recognizes that tobacco is a deadly, addictive substance and treats nicotine addiction. We offer a tobacco-free, scent-free environment with aids and strategies to help you quit tobacco.

Treatment is funded through most types of insurance, HMO’s, and managed care organizations. We will verify your benefits available through your funding source.

Call 715-723-5585 for a free consultation.


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715-723-5585 or 800-680-4578

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Know the signs of addiction.

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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.