Seeking Services for Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders in Wisconsin
Project WisHope is a 501 (C3) non-profit, peer-run Recovery Community Organization located in the Milwaukee and Waukesha areas and serving the state of Wisconsin. Our mission is to provide resources, education, advocacy, and peer support to Wisconsin’s recovery community members, including those directly impacted by addiction and mental health conditions and their family members, friends and allies. Whether you are seeking treatment or counseling or looking to find a meeting in your area, we can help you find the resources you are looking for.
Seeking Services for Myself
We understand that admitting you have a substance use problem is a difficult step, especially if you’re also dealing with co-occurring mental health conditions, such as anxiety or depression. To gain clarity on if you have an unhealthy relationship with drugs and/or alcohol, ask yourself the questions below and answer them to yourself as honestly as you can:
For many of us, substance misuse has led us down a long and weary road that was difficult to recover from and it took us years to repair the damage that was done. We’re talking criminal activity, jail time, going in and out of treatment centers, building up debt, broken relationships, and destroying the careers we worked so hard to build for our futures.
Now that we’ve found recovery, we are passionate about giving it to others. We can help you find recovery and maintain it in a variety of ways, whether this is through our recovery housing program, peer recovery coaching, recovery support meetings, and more. There is no better time than now to start working towards building a better future for yourself. You are always worth it, no matter what you’ve done or how you feel. We got you! Apply for services for myself…
Seeking Services for a Loved One
Helping a family member or friend break free from substance misuse is a challenging and delicate process. We know that trying to understand what type of treatment will work best for your loved one and what is covered under his or her insurance can be a nightmare. On top of this, you may have the added burden of trying to figure out what program is best suited for their specific needs if your loved one is struggling with co-occurring mental health disorders.
As a parent, spouse, child, friend, or ally, it’s most likely that you are experiencing extreme stress and suffering due to your loved one’s addiction. Therefore, it’s important to know both the signs of substance use and how to provide support from the get-go so the situation doesn’t worsen. It’s also helpful to know how to take care of yourself during this difficult time. Below are some helpful tips on these topics. Apply for services for my loved one…
Seeking Services for My Client
Project WisHope is deeply committed to working with Wisconsin’s local therapists, interventionists, education consultants and other professionals in order to provide their clients with the care and help they need to recover from drug and alcohol addiction and/or co-occurring mental health conditions. Whether you are seeking treatment or counseling for your client, or looking to help them find a meeting in their area, through our countless community partnerships and contracts, we can help you find your client the support they need.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us. We are committed to setting your client up for long-term success and we have no doubt our programs will work for your client based on the positive outcomes reported by our previous patients.