Shatterproof

Shatterproof is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to reversing the addiction crisis in the United States. They work to transform addiction treatment, end addiction stigma, educate and empower communities, and advocate for change. They also host an addiction treatment resource called Atlas that helps people find treatment.

Project RESPECT

Project RESPECT is a Madison-based counseling and harm reduction firm.

Services offered include: Counseling and Case Management, Project RESPECT Groups, Harm Reduction, and Help with Reduced Fines or Jail Time.

Anesis Therapy

Anesis Therapy (ACMFT) is a state certified DHS clinic that provides mental health, substance abuse and case management services. Anesis was established to bring more cultural competent mental health care in Dane County.

Services:
Individual Therapy, In-Home Counseling, Couples Counseling, Family Therapy, Community Outreach, Mental Health Groups

Jessie Crawford Recovery Center

Jessie Crawford Recovery Center (JCRC) provides sober housing, case management and treatment services for men and women that struggle with mental health and/or substance abuse disorders.

Services:
Individual Therapy, Outpatient Therapy, Intensive Outpatient Therapy, Intensive Day Treatment, Family Therapy, Family Education Groups, Comprehensive mental health, and Substance abuse disorder assessments, Referral services

Focus Counseling

Focus Counseling works in partnership with Dane County’s Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) program toward a goal of creating an environment where our friends, family members, and neighbors, who are in need of support, can access essential services in the least-restrictive and least-traumatic manner.

Services:
Provides service facilitation, Substance use treatment, Psychotherapy, Individual skill development/enhancement, and Peer support

Lutheran Social Services

For over a century, Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan (LSS)has offered programming that compassionately removes barriers to recovery for those struggling with addiction. LSS has provided successful addiction treatment throughout the state for more than 40 years, and recently, identified a gap in affordable Medically Monitored Treatment services for the community.

Services: Provides care coordination, Counseling and Therapy, Homeless day services, Residential and Crisis, Skill building, and Substance use assessments.

Oceanhawk Counseling

OceanHawk Counseling Alternatives provides a wide range of confidential services to address a variety of personal concerns. OceanHawk Counseling Alternatives serves individuals, couples, and families of all ages and backgrounds and is licensed by the State of Wisconsin.

Services:
Provides learning coping skills, Identifying appropriate resources, Developing alternative behaviors, Building a safety plan, Drug testing, Alcohol and drug assessments, Intensive outpatient, First-step recovery and Relapse prevention

Rogers Behavioral Health

Rogers is a not-for-profit, independent provider of specialized mental health and addiction services for adults, teens, and children. Offering treatment in seven states, Rogers is one of the largest specialty behavioral healthcare systems in the U.S.

Services:
Women-specific educational and Treatment services for substance use and co-occurring disorders, Assessment and Treatment planning, Individual and Group counseling, Mental health treatment, Trauma treatment, Continuing care groups

ARC Community Services

ARC is a private, non-profit agency specializing in women-responsive substance use disorder treatment, including residential, day treatment and outpatient services as well as services for pregnant women and women with infants and young children targeted at promoting the mother-child bond, healthy attachment, and healthy family functioning.

Services:
Substance use disorder assessment and Treatment planning, Individual and Group interventions for substance use, Emotional regulation and Anger management, Cognitive behavioral therapy, Support for Medication Assisted Treatment and Continuing care planning for a woman’s return to their community