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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Stanley, Wisconsin

If illicit or prescription drug addiction is impacting your professional and personal life, Stanley has a wealth of excellent drug abuse centers to help you or someone close to you. Whether addicted to Methamphetamine, opioids, pain medication or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the best-rated help available. You can even find luxury or luxury treatment in Stanley to make rehab as easy as possible.

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Latest Reviews

Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Wisconsin

Apricity — Casa Clare

House managers are in recovery is a strength of the facility. There is favorability over clients

- Paula
4 out of 5
Appleton, WI

Milwaukee VA Medical Center

Proximity, caring staff. I'm a Viet Nam era Vet receiving outpatient treatment at a VA Facility.

- Anonymous
4.5 out of 5
Milwaukee, WI

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