The right type of treatment is necessary to help people recover from drug and/or alcohol abuse. That’s why Gundersen offers several different treatment programs.
- Alcohol detoxification
- Unity House for Men and Unity House for Women: Residential treatment houses where patients live for 20-30 days. They receive treatment while living there and it helps them get established in their recovery.
- 1/2 Way House: Patients live at Unity House but pay less and receive less services, while working on building up other areas of their recovery lives (e.g. job search, housing search, etc.).
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
- Day Treatment and Intensive Evening programs: Both are intensive programs where the patients attend several hours several days a week.
- Adolescent AODA program
- After care/relapse prevention groups
- Medication Assisted Recovery Group
- Individual counseling
- Family counseling
- Family education program: For families or loved ones of someone with an addiction. 4 topics are covered on a rotation that repeats every 4 weeks. There is no cost to this program.
- Intervention program: Education program for OWI offenders. 10 week course that meets 2 hours each week. The county where the offense occurred usually refers offenders to this program.
Medication Assisted Treatment
- Methadone Maintenance
- Suboxone Maintenance
The first step to getting in the right program is an assessment by a chemical dependency counselor. During the assessment, the counselor will talk with you for about an hour and then give recommendations for the most appropriate type of program for you.
Don’t wait one more day. Call (608) 775-2287 or (800) 362-9567, ext. 52287 to schedule an appointment and find out if your alcohol or drug use needs to be treated.