(855) 234-5097
3387 N State Highway 73, Wautoma, WI 54982-5257

Substance Abuse Treatment Center in Wautoma, Wisconsin

Withdrawal Treatment

Inpatient & Outpatient Treatment

Cleaning up your life and saying goodbye to drugs and alcohol forever is the best decision you will ever make. Call on the caring hands at The Pines Treatment and Recovery Center for help with drug and alcohol withdrawal treatment, to make a fresh start on a better life.  

Using a combination of inpatient and outpatient treatment, we work with individuals coping with the struggle of overcoming their addictions to drugs and alcohol. Patients who finish their inpatient detoxification process have the option of continuing their treatment in an outpatient capacity, if that decision seems right for them.

Contact The Pines Treatment and Recovery Center in Wautoma, Wisconsin, to have a member of our team contact you over the phone.
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About Us

There is a way out of substance abuse at our treatment center in Wautoma, Wisconsin. Let the caring hands at The Pines Treatment and Recovery Center help you find the light at the end of the tunnel. Located in central Wautoma, our treatment center offers medically managed 30, 60, and 90-day stays for individuals starting the recovery process from drug and alcohol dependence. We have our own in-house physiologist who uses the most innovative, cutting-edge treatment methods and helps patients overcome the effects of withdrawal with clinically proven Suboxone. The Pines Treatment and Recovery Center is the only treatment facility of its kind in this part of Wisconsin.

Once a patient leaves, they must stay involved with after-care follow-ups for a year. When they do leave, though, they take with them a plan for lifelong recovery, and are equipped with the skills to stay sober, happy, and productive. We are here first to help you, then educate you in spiritual, intellectual, vocational, motivation, relational, physiological ways that will help you keep your sobriety. Our physiologist and one-on-one counseling will help you stay away from your influences, but ultimately, it is you who must take personal responsibility for the new life you have chosen.

 
Relapse

If ever you find yourself relapsing, do not hesitate. Come back and start over with us so we can help you get back on the path.