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Addiction Guide
This Addiction Guide covers how drugs and alcohol affect the body, how to identify the signs and symptoms of abuse, and where to seek effective treatment.

Addiction Treatment Centers
The Addiction Center is a comprehensive addiction information hub. They also review top treatment centers to help you find the one that gives you or your loved one the best chance at a successful recovery.

Al-Anon Southeastern Wisconsin
Resources and support for families affected by alcoholism.

Alcohol Abuse Screening Assessments
These assessments provide stats, recommended actions, and resources for help based on the individual's answer to the questions provided. These are great guidelines to determining whether or not someone is struggling with addiction.

Alcohol Rehab Information (Milwaukee County)
This resource provides information regarding alcohol treatment centers in Milwaukee County. 

Alcoholics Anonymous Milwaukee
Information for AA Milwaukee, including location, hours, contact information, and resources.

Cocaine Anonymous Wisconsin Area (CAWA)
Support for cocaine addiction.

Consumer Guide to Finding and Choosing AODA Treatment Programs
Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) Treatment Programs include detox centers, day treatment, inpatient/outpatient facilities, residential programs, and intervention/prevention efforts. This link includes an option to search for Wisconsin-based providers.

Drug Treatment Center Finder
Drug Treatment Center Finder is an online, nationwide directory of addiction treatment, mental health, and general health services as well as an informational website. Their mission is to help individuals filter through their treatment options in order to find the best program/facility for their needs. This directory is free of charge to use, as is their toll-free 24 hour help hotline (855-619-8070). They offer an online guide to drug addiction treatment centers that addresses the signs of a drug problem, levels of care, financial options, FAQs, and how to choose the best program for your individual needs.

Family Intervention Program at Milwaukee Women's Center/Community Advocates
The Family Intervention Program (FIP) is a home-based, family-focused program that supports families struggling with the impact of substance addiction and domestic violence.  The FIP incorporates parents, peers, school personnel, outpatient substance addiction and mental health providers, support groups, and advocacy services.  For more information about the Family Intervention Program, please call (414) 270-4658 or (414) 270-4663.

Heroin Anonymous
Former addicts offering support and resources to current addicts.

Metro Milwaukee Narcotics Anonymous
Support for narcotics addiction.

MHA Wisconsin 2017-2018 Mental Health & Wellness Resource Guide for Milwaukee County
The guide contains listings of community mental health and substance abuse services/treatment; support and crisis lines; advocacy services; legal resources; youth and family services; a Spanish-speaking resources section; and more.

MHA Wisconsin: Veteran and Family Resource Directory
MHA has partnered with Dryhootch, a veteran peer-run organization, to create an online Veteran & Family Resource Directory.

Milwaukee Alcohol Abuse Treatment Programs
Helpful information related to Milwaukee Alcohol Abuse Treatment.

Milwaukee CAN (Change Addiction Now)
Milwaukee CAN (Change Addiction Now) is a support group for anyone whose life has been affected by substance use and/or addiction. We recognize that this disease impacts not only those with the addiction, but also their friends and family. If you have similar life experiences, please join us. Milwaukee Area CAN meets on the 2nd Monday of every month, 6:00 PM to 7:30 at the Shorewood Library 3920 N. Murray Ave., Shorewood, WI.

POWER Program at Milwaukee Women's Center/Community Advocates
The Positive Options for Women Entering Recovery (POWER) Program serves mothers and pregnant women who are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol. The POWER Program encourages each woman to set her own goals and build upon her strengths. Staff also ensure that a woman’s care continues across all areas of her life.

Substance Abuse Screening
These assessments provide stats, recommended actions, and resources for help based on the individual's answer to the questions provided. These are great guidelines to determining whether or not someone is struggling with addiction.

Treatment Resources for Young Adults
Resources for those seeking treatment for children.

Understanding Withdrawal
Withdrawal is a hard process, understanding the symptoms and how to deal with them is crucial to be successful. It requires patience and diligence to continue while the human body cleanses itself of the substance. The symptoms of withdrawal can leave a person feeling lifeless and may even pose serious risks if not handled with care. To avoid a negative reaction to withdrawal from alcohol or drug addiction, seek professional help instead of attempting to undertake the challenge on your own. It could very well mean your life.