Substance Use Disorders - Community Programs

Substance abuse services are for people who use alcohol and drugs and their family members who are affected. Community-based programs are at the core of the Wisconsin substance use disorder service delivery philosophy. Services range from education to treatment and include intervention, outpatient care, day treatment, detoxification, inpatient care, residential and recovery programs.


If you are in crisis and need help now, please dial 911


Locate a Treatment Provider
  • Use this directory to contact your county Human Services Department
  • Use this page to search for a treatment provider in your area
  • Use this online search tool provided by the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Frequently Requested Resources for Consumers
Frequently Requested Resources for Providers
Frequently Requested Reports and Legal Resources
State Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse

State Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse

The purpose of the State Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (SCAODA) is to coordinate substance abuse planning across the many agencies in Wisconsin government.  SCAODA is responsible for reviewing pending legislation, developing a four-year plan to implement ideas of the council, reviewing the biennial budget, and making recommendations to the Governor and Legislature. There are five standing committees, which focus upon prevention, treatment, planning/funding, issues pertaining to diversity of substance abuse needs among state residents, and coordination between member agencies regarding alcohol and other substance abuse activities.

Last Revised: March 23, 2015