Statewide Urban/Rural Women's AODA Treatment Project

The Statewide Urban/Rural Women's Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) Treatment Project provides grants for eight women and family-centered treatment programs that have expanded services in key underserved areas throughout the state. The project serves adult women in need of AODA treatment who are also involved in at least one other formal service system. Priority of treatment services is given to pregnant women.

These projects were charged with meeting the special needs of women with problems resulting from alcohol and other drug abuse by emphasizing parenting education, vocational and housing assistance, and coordination with other community programs while providing women-specific AODA treatment under intensive care.

Focus is on the empowerment of women to develop the necessary skills for long-term sobriety, improvement of parenting skills, relationship building, and to encourage education and job skills that promote family self-sufficiency.

The program design includes using the relational/cultural model and integrated (wraparound) services in the holistic treatment approach. All families receive a single coordinated care plan that builds on family strengths, is needs driven, and based on the unique values, norms, and preferences of the family, and their community

Project Sites

Dane County Department of Human Services, Todd Campbell, Substance Abuse Services Manager, 1202 Northport Drive, Madison, WI 53704, (608) 242-6488, for their urban project: "Integrated AODA & Work Services for Women and Their Families in Dane County."

  • Laura Fabick, Program Manager, (608) 283-6426,
    ARC Community Services, Inc.
    1409 Emil Street
    Madison, WI 53713

Walworth County Department of Human Services, Todd Campbell, Substance Abuse Services Manager, W4051 County Road NN, PO Box 1005, Elkhorn, WI 53121, (262) 741-3200, for their urban project: "Walworth County Women's Wrap Program."

  • Lisa Broll, Program Manager, (262) 741-3343,
    Walworth County Department of Human Services
    W4051 County Road NN
    PO Box 1005
    Elkhorn, WI 53121

Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin, Inc. (Brown County), Lois Mischler, Vice President, 300 Crooks Street, Green Bay, WI 54301, (920) 436-4360, ext. 1217, for their urban project: "Women's Recovery Journey."

Human Service Center (Forest, Oneida, and Vilas Counties), Ann Cleereman, Executive Director, 705 E. Timber Drive, P.O. Box 897, Rhinelander, WI 54501, (715) 369-2215, for their rural project: "Tri-County Women's Outreach Program."

  • Dottie Moffat, Program Manager, (715) 358-6224,
    Tri-County Women's Outreach Program
    415 Menominee Street, PO Box 967
    Minocqua, WI 54548

Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, Inc. (Eau Claire County), Laurie Lessard, Project Director, 3136 Craig Road, Eau Claire, WI 54701, (715) 835-9110, for their urban project: "Women's Way."

  • Lynda Olson, Program Manager, (715) 855-6181,
    800 Wisconsin St., Mail Box 49, Building D2, Suite 419
    Eau Claire, WI 54703-3587

Ho-Chunk Nation, Terry A. Greendeer, Director, Tribal Office Building (TOB), W9814 Airport Rd, P.O. Box 667, Black River Falls WI 54615, (715) 284-9343, (800) 294-9343, fax: (715) 284-2632,

    Sharon Thompson, Program Manager,  (715) 284-9343,

    W9814 Airport Rd, P.O. Box 667, Black River Falls WI 54615


  • Ho-Chunk Health Care Center
    N6520 Lumberjack Guy Rd, P.O. Box 40
    Black River Falls WI 54615
    (715) 284-9851
    fax: (715) 284-3434

  • Ho-Chunk Health Care Center
    916 Chakh-Ha-Chee Lane
    Nekoosa WI 54457
    (715) 886-5444
    fax: (715) 886-4330

  • Ho-Chunk Health Care Center
    N7240 Hwy 45, P.O. Box 248
    Wittenberg WI 54499
    (715) 253-6064
    fax: (715) 253-3640

  • House of Wellness
    S2845 White Eagle Rd.
    Baraboo WI 53913
    (608) 355-1254
    fax: (608) 356-7152

  • Ho-Chunk Health Care Center
    27374 Hwy 21, P.O. Box 248
    Tomah WI 54460
    (608) 372-5202
    fax: (608) 372-0889

  • Three Rivers House
    724 Main St.
    La Crosse WI 54601
    (608) 784-3083
    fax: (608) 784-4245


Meta House, 2625 N. Weil Street, Milwaukee, WI 53212, (414) 962-1200, Fax: (414) 962-2305

Community Advocates, 728 N. James Lovell St., Milwaukee, WI 53233, (414) 449-4777, Fax (414) 449-4774

  • Milwaukee Women's Center
    24-hour Crisis Line (414) 671-6140

Milwaukee AODA/TANF Services System

TANF is a consortium of over forty social service providers in the Milwaukee Community that best meet the needs of the families. The Management Group (TMG) provides the training on the use of the single coordinated care plan and St. Charles Youth and Families provides care coordination to many of the TANFs participants.

Last Revised: November 18, 2015