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When most people think of Wisconsin, several things come to mind: cheese, the Green Bay Packers and bratwursts. However, many people don’t know that Wisconsin is struggling with a huge substance abuse problem, especially with alcohol. 

Unfortunately, thousands of Wisconsin residents are battling drug and alcohol addiction. The good news is they can overcome their addiction at The Treatment Center. 

If you or someone you know needs treatment for drug and alcohol addiction, call us now at (414) 216-0251. Admissions counselors are available to speak with you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays. 

Why You Should Recover at The Treatment Center

As a nationally recognized drug and alcohol rehab, The Treatment Center has helped thousands of people conquer their addiction. At our facility, Wisconsin residents receive compassionate, yet effective care from a licensed medical staff. Together, our physicians, psychologists, licensed counselors and nurses have decades of experience treating addiction and substance abuse. 

In order for addiction treatment to be successful, all of a patient’s needs must be met. Patients at our facility receive their own customized treatment plan that is based on their addiction, lifestyle and recovery goals. Our treatment plans use a combination of innovative and traditional therapies and services including: 

• Safe and comfortable detox

• One-on-one counseling

• Group therapy

• Treatment for dual diagnosis

• Christian-based treatment program

• Introduction to the 12 steps

• Relapse prevention

• Chronic pain management

• Inpatient treatment

• Intensive outpatient program

• Aftercare services

After patients complete our treatment programs, they will have the necessary skills to flourish in recovery. In treatment, patients learn how to avoid their triggers and manage their stress.

To find out how our treatment programs can help you, contact us now at (414) 216-0251. Admissions counselors are also available to chat online. Either way, you can reach us 24/7.

Substance Abuse in Wisconsin

Ever year, thousands of Wisconsin residents seek treatment for variety of substance-related addictions. Some substances that are frequently abused throughout The Badger State include: 

• Alcohol 

• Prescription drugs

• Heroin

• Cocaine

• Marijuana

If you or a loved one is addicted to any of the substances above, call us immediately at (414) 216-0251. You can start on the path of recovery at our drug and alcohol rehab today. 

Alcohol Abuse

For the past couple of years, Wisconsin has had the highest rate of binge drinking among adults in the country, according to the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS). Not only are adults binge drinking, but teens are also partaking in this risky behavior. A recent study found that one out of four Wisconsin high school students binge drinks. 

Heavy drinking has contributed to the increase in alcohol-related hospitalizations. In 2010 alone, there were over 48,000 alcohol-related hospitalizations .

Heavy alcohol use and binge drinking is often a sign of addiction. Over 45,000 residents sought treatment for alcoholism in 2011. 

Alcohol abuse has taken a ginormous toll on Wisconsin. Not only has alcohol abuse claimed many lives, it has also caused the state billions of dollars in healthcare and criminal justice costs lost productivity, and motor vehicle crashes. 

Prescription Drug Abuse

Like many other Midwestern states, Wisconsin has seen a spike in prescription drug addiction. Xanax, Valium and Adderall are some of the most commonly abused prescription drugs in the state. 

With Wisconsin being home to over 85 colleges and universities, the state has placed a great emphasis on academic excellence. The pressure to succeed has caused many college students to abuse Adderall (commonly referred to as the smart drug). Many students are under the impression that Adderall is safe to take without a prescription. However, the drug is highly addictive and abuse of it can result in an overdose. 

Prescription Opiates

The surge in prescription drug abuse, especially among painkillers, has caused Wisconsin to implement a prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP). While the PDMP has resulted in a decline of prescription drug abuse, it has also led to more Wisconsinites turning to hard drugs.

Heroin Addiction

Addiction professionals and law enforcement have found that prescription drug abuse is often a precursor to heroin addiction. According to Milwaukee law enforcement, 70-80% of residents abuse prescription opiates before turning to heroin, a cheaper and more potent alternative.

Heroin overdoses are on the rise in Wisconsin. In Milwaukee County, the most populous county in the state, heroin-related overdoses surpassed cocaine-related deaths in 2012. Unfortunately, this trend does not look like it’s going to end anytime soon. In 2013, fatal heroin overdoses in the county  increased by 34 percent from the previous year. Along with Milwaukee County, Waukesha, Racine and Washington counties have also seen their fair share of fatal heroin overdoses. 

Wisconsin residents can avoid fatal overdoses by receiving treatment for heroin addiction. In 2010, only 1,300 people sought heroin treatment at community-based rehab centers, even though thousands of people are addicted to the drug. 

If you or a loved one is addicted to heroin, call us today at (414) 216-0251. With our support and guidance, you can beat your addiction. 

Marijuana Abuse

Marijuana is frequently abused throughout the state, and it is the most commonly abused drug by high schoolers. Although many people think the drug is harmless, many residents suffer from marijuana addiction. In 2009, over 2,700 people received marijuana treatment at Wisconsin rehab centers.

Cocaine Abuse

Addiction specialists have seen a decrease in cocaine use among Wisconsin high school students. However, there are still ‘pockets of higher use,’ according to the Wisconsin Department of Health. Adults between the ages of 18 and 25 abuse the drug more than any other age group. 

Regardless of the substance that Wisconsin residents are addicted to, recovery is achievable. 

A New Beginning

If you’re ready to quit using drugs or alcohol for good, then The Treatment Center is the right place for you. 

With our expertise and your hard work and dedication, you can break the chains of addiction. Our staff will provide you with the necessary tools to rebuild your life step by step.

If you’re ready for a new beginning, call us today at (414) 216-0251. We’re here to help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. 

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