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Wisconsin Treatment Centers

Wisconsin AA Meetings

Area 75 AA Southern Wisconsin

Northern Wisconsin and Upper Peninsula of Michigan

Alcoholics Anonymous District 05 West Central Wisconsin

Madison Area Intergroup Central Office

Green Bay WI AA

Area 74 District 02 Northeast Wisconsin

AA Milwaukee Area

Al-Anon Family Groups

Southwestern Wisconsin Al-Anon

Al-Anon Wisconsin & the Upper Peninsula of Michigan

Al-Anon / Alateen Green Bay

Al-Anon Family Groups of Southeastern Wisconsin

Mental Health Services

Mental Health America of Wisconsin

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Wisconsin United for Mental Health

Wisconsin Council on Mental Health

Wisconsin Community Mental Health Counseling Centers

Anonymous Groups

Wisconsin Narcotics Anonymous

Metro Milwaukee Narcotics Anonymous

Cocaine Anonymous Wisconsin Area

Sex Addicts Anonymous – Wisconsin

Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling

Wisconsin Helplines

AIDS Hotline – call (800) 334-2437

Wisconsin’s Mental Health – Suicide help – call 608-280-2600

Wisconsin Elder Abuse – call 608-261-8319

Rape Crisis Center Hotline – call 608-251-7273

Treatment & Detox Guide

Alcohol rehab numbers outstrip hard drugs

Alcohol has again outstripped illicit drugs like heroin and ice as the number one reason for admissions at a major Australian rehab service. Problem drinking topped Odyssey House’s 2009 admission list, because 26 per cent of those seeking care over the year named it as their “principal drug of concern”. It was fractionally down from….

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Ending Moderate Drinking Tied To Depression

Scientific evidence has long suggested that moderate drinking offers some protection against heart disease, certain types of stroke and some forms of cancer. But new research shows that stopping drinking — including at moderate levels — may lead to health problems including depression and a reduced capacity of the brain to produce new neurons, a….

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Treatment centers

Today’s life of the individual has become very fast paced. The room for family and social life is narrowing day by day. An individual is facing many problems and experiences tension and stress at his workplace and at home. Therefore, the emotional support that is needed by an individual is inadequate. All these situations are….

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An entirely different life

Alcoholics Anonymous Groups

Alcoholics Anonymous helps local man find sobriety, happiness Tom has been sober for 27 years, but the road to recovery was far from easy. “It’s still one day at a time,” he said. “The only person that can say you’re an alcoholic is the person themselves.” Every day is a struggle. “I will always been….

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