Wisconsin Long Term Alcohol And Drug Rehab Centers

In the state of Wisconsin, the number one cause of illicit drug related deaths is heroin, as reported by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. However, alcohol remains the most dangerous substance in Wisconsin, with three times more than the national average of alcohol related arrests.

While the rural landscape of Wisconsin can make it more difficult to assess drug and substance abuse issues, it is still imperative that those suffering from addictions get the help they need. In fact, only one in 10 Americans with a substance abuse problem receives treatment for their addiction.

Long term rehab in Wisconsin may be even more crucial thanks to the relatively low population density of the state. Those suffering from an addiction in a rural setting are more likely to return to the same environment that fostered their addiction.

To get them the help they need, commitment to a 30 day, 60 day, 90 day, or 120 day programs may be necessary. These intense, rehabilitative programs focus on both the physiology of a drug addiction as well as the mental triggers associated with addictive behaviors.

Patients in long term rehab are provided 24 hour access to counselors who are able to foster a more thorough approach to personal patient issues. Starting at the root of the problem helps those suffering from addiction conquer their demons for good.

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