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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Green Bay, Wisconsin

If dependency to alcohol or pills is tearing your family apart, Green Bay has a number of top-rated drug abuse facilities to help you or a loved one. Whether addicted to Heroin, opiates, painkillers or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the greatest help available. You can even find executive or executive treatment in Green Bay to make rehabilitation as easy as possible.

Treatment Centers near Green Bay, WI

Jackie Nitschke Center
630 Cherry Street Green Bay, WI 54301
4.1
(15)
Women’s Recovery Journey
300 Crooks Street Green Bay, WI 54305
3.0
(1)
Bellin Health Psychiatric Clinical Services - Green Bay
301 E St. Joseph Street Green Bay, WI 54301
4.1
(9)
Libertas
1701 Dousman Street Green Bay, WI 54303
4.0
(3)
Vivent Health
445 South Adams Street Green Bay, WI 54301
New Wellness Associates
2830 Ramada Way Green Bay, WI 54304
Quandt Barbara Mse
300 Crooks Street Green Bay, WI 54301
John Charles MD
301 East Saint Joseph Street Green Bay, WI 54301
Baeten Counseling and Consultation Team, S.C.
2920 South Webster Avenue Green Bay, WI 54301
Willow Creek Behavioral Health
1351 Ontario Road Green Bay, WI 54311
Green Bay Comprehensive Treatment Center
2357 West Mason Street Green Bay, WI 54303
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Jackie Nitschke Center

It is a very regimented and strict facility. Even though they promoted themselves as a "Drug and Alcohol" treatment center, the treatment centered around the treatment of alcoholism. I was a heroin addict and I was for forced to use the alcoholic treatment curriculum and "just use the word Addict in place of Alcoholic. Also, even though I had detoxed in a hospital for 6 days before entering this facility, I was still very sick. They called my need for rest "laziness" and my inability to eat solid food "anorexia". They had little to no experience with addicts, particularly heroin addicts. I became dehydrated from vomiting and diarrhea and had to be hospitalized during my treatment. I was accused of trying to get out of the chores and the exercises we had to do. They really had NO idea what to do with me and definitely no clue how to counsel me.I completed my treatment there 3 years ago, so perhaps things have changed. Unless it is EVERYTHING, I suggest only alcoholics attend.

- Kristine
4 out of 5
Green Bay, WI

Libertas Treatment Center

My son attended this facility twice over the last couple years. I thought they did a good job at caring for him and getting him on the first step of getting clean. They worked well with our family in teaching us about addiction so we can help him. Addiction affects the entire family, not just the addict. The only thing I think needs to change, is the length of stay should be more than 3 weeks. My son was in deep in drugs for a long time, and 3 weeks is not enough, Not even on his second time through. I believe each patient should be treated individually and their own needs, not what insurance will pay. However, the program itself is a very good program. I fully recommend it.

- Debbie
4 out of 5
Green Bay, WI

Bellin Psychiatric Center

The groups were a good mixture of diversities of people which taught us acceptance and understanding of other people and their similarity to ours.

- JB
4.3 out of 5
Green Bay, WI