Recovery Begins Today

Premiere Provider of Comprehensive, Evidence-Based Addiction Treatment in Onalaska, Wisconsin

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Methadone or buprenorphine, supported by counseling, is known to be the most effective treatment for opioid addiction.

Substance Use

Substance Use Counseling is integral to a comprehensive treatment plan for opioid use disorder.

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Treatments We Offer

Opioid treatment

Opioid Treatment

This treatment helps to normalize brain chemistry, relieve cravings and prevent withdrawal symptoms from occurring in some cases!

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Methadone maintenance treatment

Methadone Treatment

Methadone is a medication that can help those with opioid addiction to ward off the most difficult withdrawal symptoms, preventing them from relapsing.

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Heroin addiction treatment

Heroin Treatment

Heroin addiction can be treated with medication-assisted treatment that helps minimizes withdrawal symptoms while curating the urge for use.

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Our Vision

To our patients, we are committed to the creation, operation, and management of addiction treatment facilities where patients receive individualized and quality care that enables them to regain hope in a supportive, caring environment.

Our Mission

Create a premier organization that sets the standard of excellence in the ownership and management of addiction treatment facilities as well as providing the highest quality consultation services

Places to Get Started

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Guest Dosing

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Clinical Services

Hooked to Heal : Focusing the Opioid Crisis From Numbers to Names

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By Dustin Luecke

Examining the scope of the opioid crisis in the greater La Crosse community, many find themselves struggling while plenty look forward to a future free from addiction. But finding a solution starts by knowing the enemy.

It’s not what some might consider a “big city” issue, or so said La Crosse County health educator Al Bliss. But it is a problem that Bliss said is at a bottleneck moment, reaching the choke point in the county over the last couple of years.

“It wasn’t until 2017 when we saw the highest number of drug overdose deaths at 29,” said Bliss. “In just this past year we’ve seen a slight decrease from 29 to 25.”

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That's why we are always happy to discuss your problem confidentially
and anonymously until you are able to take that step.

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