Women’s Recovery Journey
Women’s Recovery Journey is an Integrated Intensive Outpatient Program for women and their families. We provide services for women who are in need of treatment for AODA (Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse) and/or other mental health issues. Our purpose is to help women recover from their addiction and become better able to care for themselves and their families. We believe that women have unique needs regarding treatment, and this program provides the necessary therapeutic, educational, and supportive services to meet those needs.
Who is Eligible?
Any woman over the age of 18 who is a Brown County resident and in need of services for alcohol and other drug abuse is eligible. Pregnant women have priority in receiving our program’s services.
AODA/Mental Health Assessment
Intensive outpatient therapy group three times each week
Continuing therapy groups - clients transition from two weekly sessions to one on a continuum
Family programming including therapy, educational groups, and multi-support meetings
Care coordination services
Child care during all programming
Integration and cooperation with other community agencies; multi-support meetings using the wraparound philosophy and a strength-based relational model
How is Women's Recovery Journey funded?
The program is funded primarily through a grant from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. Private insurance, medical assistance, and minimal self-pay fees are also accepted.
How Do I Refer My Clients?
Please call our Intake Coordinator at 920-436-4360 ext. 1279 to schedule a screening.