Substance Use: Partner/Provider Resources

This page is for professionals who provide substance use services. If you are looking for information on substance use treatment and recovery resources in your community, use the Wisconsin Addiction Recovery Helpline. Call 211 or 833-944-4673 or visit addictionhelpwi.org.  

Everyone living their best life

The use, misuse, and abuse of alcohol and other drugs has a major impact on individuals, families, and communities. 

News from the Division of Care and Treatment and Services

Rules and regulations

Logo for Resilient Wisconsin: Connected. Stronger. Thriving.

Finding healthy ways to cope with challenges is more important than ever. Resilient Wisconsin offers strategies for practicing self-care, maintaining social connections, and reducing stress and anxiety. 

 
 COVID-19 impact on substance use services

Learn how substance use services are impacted by COVID-19.

 

Training opportunities

Priority treatment posters

Agencies receiving Substance Abuse Block Grant funds must give pregnant women priority in treatment admissions. Use one or all of these posters to inform clients of this rule. Provide agency contact information in the spaces provided before printing.​

UW Addiction Consultation Provider Hotline

The UW Addiction Consultation Provider Hotline offers on-call help to health care providers who seek support and direction to treat patients with substance use issues. This includes addictions to alcohol, nicotine, marijuana, opioids, and stimulants. This hotline is operated by the UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health and UW Health. It is open to all health care providers statewide under a grant from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. Health care providers do not need to be affiliated with UW-Madison or UW Health to use the service. 



The Division of Care and Treatment Services provides training and other support to providers of substance use services. If you have a question or concern, email the Division of Care and Treatment Services or call 608-266-2717.

Last Revised: April 9, 2021