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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Near Appleton, Wisconsin

If you’re looking to help yourself or someone you love struggling with a drinking problem or addiction to drugs in Appleton, WI, Rehabs.com offers large Internet database of inpatient clinics, as well as a wealth of other choices. We can help you in locating drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs for a variety of addictions. Search for a highly-rated rehab facility in Appleton now, and embark on the path to sober living.

Treatment Centers near Appleton, WI

Bernadette L. Jannusch, CSAC
3240 Jackson Street Oshkosh, WI 54901
- 15 Miles Away
4.1
(22)
Casa Clare, a division of Apricity
201 South Glenridge Court Appleton, WI 54914
4.0
(1)
Mooring House, Division of Apricity
607 West 7th Street Appleton, WI 54911
3.5
(8)
Options Treatment Programs
1000 N. Lynndale Drive Appleton, WI 54914
3.0
(1)
Rogers Behavioral Health
4351 West College Avenue Appleton, WI 54914
Christian Family Solutions
4351 West College Avenue Appleton, WI 54914
ThedaCare Behavioral Health-Menasha
1095 Midway Road Menasha, WI 54952
- 2 Miles Away
3.7
(1)
Winnebago Mental Health Institute
1300 South Drive Winnebago, WI 54985
- 13 Miles Away
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Information About Rehab in Appleton

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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Wisconsin

Apricity — Casa Clare

House managers are in recovery is a strength of the facility. There is favorability over clients

- Paula
4 out of 5
Appleton, WI
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Guide to Appleton (WI) Treatment Centers
Appleton, Wisconsin is a predominantly Caucasian, middle-class city that enjoys a slightly higher-than-average median income and low crime rates. Most males work in the paper industry and in construction, while the majority of women are employed in health care occupations.

Certain occupations are associated with higher rates of addiction and/or alcoholism. Among these are construction and health care occupations. There are multiple reasons for this, related to job stress and work environment. However, there are alternatives available and help for those who want to regain control over their lives.

What Needs to Be Addressed Before Entering Rehab Treatment

The recovery process begins with an honest self-assessment – mainly, acknowledging that you have a problem over which you have no control. If family members have expressed concern, it is important to listen. These are some signs of addiction:

  • Keeping “secret stashes” around the house
  • Drinking or taking drugs only when alone
  • Taking a substance at odd times (such as drinking in the morning)
  • Needing a “fix” before going to work, attending a social function, etc.
  • Being in denial about your problem

The last bullet point is crucial. A surprising number of addicts are “high-functioning,” and sincerely believe they do not have a problem. Acknowledging the addiction is the first step toward recovery.

Don’t Try This at Home

Addiction has two components: psychological and physical dependence. The latter requires medical treatment through the process known as “detox,” which must be completed prior to psychological treatment and counseling. There are some websites that offer “do-it-yourself” detox kits and advice. These are no substitute for professional supervision and support by licensed medical professionals, however.

In fact, attempting to detox from drugs at home can be dangerous, because the physical cravings that occur during withdrawal can be overwhelming – and a potentially fatal overdose can be the result.