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In This Guide

  • Rosecrance, MercyHealth, Willow Creek, and 7 other treatment centers. View All

  • Each treatment center on this page has: (a) The Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission for addiction services and CARF Accreditation (b) Composite online review scores of 2.2/5 stars or better, (c) Programs that effectively treat dual diagnosis disorders.

  • Find trusted Wisconsin recovery resources including 3 crisis hotlines, 3 overdose prevention organizations, and 5 support groups.

  • For additional support check out our guide to the best drug rehab centers in Wisconsin.

Browse Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers in Wisconsin

Wishope Recovery

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223 Wisconsin Avenue, Unit A, Waukesha, Wisconsin, 53186
Online Reviews: A
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Wishope Recovery is a dual diagnosis treatment facility that combines evidence-based therapies with holistic options. Because this facility only focuses on addressing co-occurring drug abuse, alcohol abuse, and mental health disorders, they are able to provide comprehensive programs and a full continuum of care. Available treatment options include medication assistance, group therapy, family therapy, individual counseling, experiential programs, dialectical behavior therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, trauma therapies, brain spotting, EMDR, psychodrama, mindfulness, and peer-led recovery groups. Clients will also have access to life service programs such as housing assistance and job training. This allows clients to receive specific addiction treatments while also receiving support in building a healthy and sober foundation that will help them to maintain abstinence once the program ends.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression, anxiety, trauma, bipolar disorder, and schizoaffective disorder.

Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, IOP, MAT, Outpatient, Partial Hospitalization, Residential Treatment, Sober Living


Burkwood Treatment Center

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615 Old Mill Road, Hudson, Wisconsin, 54016
Online Reviews: B+
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Burkwood Treatment Center works specifically with adult men and women to provide a healing environment where the individual is able to focus entirely on their recovery journey. The residential program available offers interventions, individual therapy, family counseling, process groups, life skill development, guided imagery, activity therapy, CBT, motivational interviewing, and any other clinical or holistic options that the clinician believes will help the client heal. Burkwood Treatment Center also offers a program called Making Alcoholics Anonymous Easier (MAAEZ) in which clients are placed in a group setting that helps to acclimate them to the AA 12-steps that can be influential throughout the recovery process. Each treatment team consists of psychiatrists, nurses, counselors, and dieticians. The goal is to promote overall wellness within each individual so that the tools and skills learned while in treatment are continuously used in the real world.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety disorders, depression, PTSD, and bipolar disorder.

Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, Inpatient Treatment, IOP, MAT, Outpatient


Rosecrance – Connections Counseling

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5005 University Avenue Suite 100, Madison, Wisconsin, 53705
Online Reviews: B
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Connections Counseling is a recovery center provided through Rosecrance that treats teens, adolescents, and adults suffering from a variety of co-occurring disorders. Their treatment programs include individual counseling, group counseling, family programs, psychiatric care, DBT, experiential therapies, trauma therapy, EMDR, transcranial magnetic stimulation, and mentorship. Clients are encouraged to work with their peer mentor to not only accept their substance use disorder but to also engage in active communication about their conditions and how they can be treated effectively. Clients will also be given access to meditation, medication management, and art therapy. Connections Counseling provides a specific program for college students, allowing them to receive comprehensive care while also maintaining their freedom and ability to continue their education. Connections Counseling accepts a variety of health insurance plans.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, and trauma.

Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, IOP, MAT, Outpatient, Residential Treatment, Sober Living


Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center

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2629 North 7th Street, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, 53083
Online Reviews: B
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Aurora Sheboygan is a medical facility that offers a wide variety of general health services, including behavioral health programs for Wisconsin residents who may be struggling with mental illness and alcohol or drug addiction. Clients enrolled in the programs offered through Aurora Sheboygan will participate in daily group psychotherapy, CBT, and DBT. These counseling services offer clients a chance to work with their peers in order to address coping skill development, distress tolerance, symptoms management, and overall wellness as a result of long-term recovery. Acceptable payment options include certain types of health insurance and various forms of self-pay.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, trauma, and depression.

Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, IOP, MAT, Outpatient, PHP


L E Phillips Libertas Center

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2301 County Hwy I, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, 54729
Online Reviews: B
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Alcohol and drug treatment through L.E. Phillips Libertas Center typically takes form through step-by-step programs in which the client begins with detoxification and works their way through different levels of care before graduating from the program as a whole. The goal of that is to make sure that clients are provided with the highest quality care and best treatment services available through every single step of the recovery process. Among the many different substance abuse treatment options available, clients have access to brain stimulation therapy, stress management, biofeedback, medication management, assessments, and vocational assistance. All of these services are used and combined to create a program that provides each client with tools and habits that prompt overall wellness and healing.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression, OCD, ADHD, trauma, PTSD, anxiety, and eating disorders.

Levels of Care
Detox, Dual Diagnosis, Inpatient Treatment, MAT, Outpatient, PHP


Mercyhealth Behavioral Health

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903 Mineral Point Avenue, Janesville, Wisconsin, 53548
Online Reviews: C+
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MercyHealth’s behavioral health treatment plans address a variety of conditions, ranging from mental health issues to disruptive behaviors and life stressors combined with drug and alcohol abuse. Clients will work through issues such as grief, troubled work performance, difficulty with finances, and suicidal ideation. These services include individual therapy, family programs, group therapy, and medication management. Throughout their entire time working with MercyHealth, clients will work with a treatment team of psychiatrists, social workers, nurses, therapists, and addiction specialists. Because MercyHealth is a medical treatment facility, clients may have access to many other services through different locations that possibly require referrals.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, Outpatient


Aurora Healthcare

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1220 Dewey Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53213
Online Reviews: C
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The psychiatric department of Aurora Healthcare provides a long list of treatment options and programs for their adult and adolescent clients. A combination of substance abuse and mental health services includes recovery groups, relapse prevention, cognitive restructuring, affect regulation, wellness training, 12-step programs, assessments, individual and group therapies, education, and various support groups. When it comes to addressing the needs of children and adolescents, programs will include skill-building group therapy, psychiatric evaluation, education, and extensive case management. Because they offer so many levels of care, clients are able to fit treatment into their schedules as well as receive effective care no matter how much or how little time can be committed to recovery.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, OCD, and PTSD.

Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, MAT, Outpatient, PHP, Residential Treatment


Rogers Behavioral Health – Brown Deer

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11101 West Lincoln Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53227
Online Reviews: C
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Rogers Behavioral Health has several different locations, but the Brown Deer treatment programs offer services to children, adolescents, and adults. Depending on the specific needs of the client, programs will include withdrawal management, dialectical behavior therapy, trauma therapy, and various evidence-based therapies. The two main components of each program are cognitive behavioral therapy and medication management. These work in conjunction to treat the immediate symptoms a client may be suffering from while also restructuring their negative thinking patterns to instill more positive behaviors and habits for long-term sobriety and overall wellness. The length of a client’s stay depends on the level of care they enroll in as well as other factors that may require an individual to remain under supervision longer-term.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, OCD, and mood disorders.

Levels of Care
Dual Diagnosis, Inpatient Treatment, IOP, MAT, Outpatient, PHP


Willow Creek Behavioral Health

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1351 Ontario Road, Green Bay, Wisconsin, 54311
Online Reviews: D+
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Willow Creek is a treatment facility that addresses mental health conditions and substance use disorders in clients of all ages. Though their programs are individualized to meet specific needs, Willow Creek prioritizes using evidence-based and trauma-informed services. Clients will receive access to 24-hour supervision, structured daily schedules, various forms of therapy, recreational therapies, medication management, family-inclusive programs, stabilization services, coping skill development, and relapse prevention programs. The goal is to create a specific program based on the individual client’s needs and goals while also taking into consideration their age, mental health problems that may be the underlying cause of addiction, and any other relevant parts of the client’s medical history. These highly structured, highly personalized plans help the client to develop the skills necessary for living a long, successful life. Willow Creek accepts most health insurance plans, Medicare, and Medicaid as payment options for the services provided to their clients.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, and bipolar disorder.

Levels of Care
MAT, Inpatient Treatment, Detox, Dual Diagnosis


Journey Mental Health Center

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49 Kessel Court, Madison, Wisconsin, 53711
Online Reviews: D
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Journey Mental Health Center offers services such as assertive community treatment, cognitive behavioral therapy, family programs, crisis stabilization, individual therapy, group therapy, various forms of assessments, and more. Groups play a vital role in each program, allowing clients to work with their peers in order to discuss topics such as interpersonal relationships, maintaining sobriety through positive habits, and providing a safe space for each individual to share their unique experiences. Journey Mental Health Center provided culturally-sensitive programs, working to address the needs of every person in the community regardless of their differences from one another. This program also provides increased availability for clients and their family members to reach out for help.

What they treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and depression.

Levels of Care
MAT, Outpatient, Dual Diagnosis


Our Grading System

We assign letter grades to each center based on their cumulative online review ratings:

  • A = 4.3 – 5 Stars
  • B = 3.5 – 4.2 Stars
  • C = 2.6 – 3.4 Stars
  • D = 2 – 2.5 Stars
  • F = 2 Stars