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A comprehensive and accurate directory of drug rehabilitation centers that practice detoxification for opioids (opiates)  in Wisconsin, United States

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Options Counseling Services LLC

Transitions Center

Forest County Potawatomi AODA Program

Ridgewood Recovery Inc DBA The Superior Treatment Center

NorthLakes Community Clinic

Green Bay Comp Treatment Center

Libertas Treatment Center

Dix and Gillette Csl Servs LLP

Aurora Community Counseling

Aurora Community Counseling

Calumet County Department of Health and Human Services

Ain Dah Ing Inc Alcohol and Drug Program

Ascension Behavioral Health

Affiliated Clinical Services Inc

Outreach Community Health Centers Inc Milwaukee CSP

Outreach Community Health Centers

Green Lake County Dept of Health and Human Servs

Cornerstone Counseling Services Inc

Power of Change Inc (TPC)

AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin (ARCW)

Froedtert Community Memorial Hospital Froedtert Menomonee Falls Hospital

Eau Claire Treatment Center Metro Treatment of Wisconsin LP

Spectrum Healthcare LLC

American Behavioral Clinics Layton Clinic

Milwaukee Health Services System LLC North West Wisconsin CTC

Vantage Point Clinic and Assessment Center

Ascension All Saints Mental Health and Addiction Care

CleanSlate Centers

CleanSlate Centers Kenosha

Oakwood Clinical Associates Ltd

Drug Rehab Centers That Have Opioid Detox

Andrew McKenna - Expert Content Editor

Updated:04/30/2024

Drug Rehab Centers That Have Opioid Detox in Wisconsin

Maybe you started taking opioids after you got hurt and took them too long; maybe you started abusing prescription painkillers recreationally and now you can’t stop. Every day over 100 people succumb to opioid addiction, many of whom started taking prescription medication for a legitimate medical condition. If you or your loved one have fallen into opioid addiction the first step to recovery is finding an opioid detox and treatment center. Medical detox from opioids can be especially challenging given the arduous physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms that come with it. Medically supervised detox is the safest and most effective way to start overcoming your dependency.

Opioid Withdrawal Symptoms

Prescription painkillers and heroin are both opioids and can yield similar physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms. Each person’s withdrawal will look different, depending on their level of addiction.

Some of the more common symptoms of opioid withdrawal may include, but are not limited to:

  • Muscle and Joint Pain
  • Excessive Sweating
  • Fever and Flu-Like Symptoms
  • Nausea, Vomiting and Diarrhea
  • Hallucinations and Delusions
  • Anxiety and Depression Bouts
  • Teary Eyes
  • Runny Nose
  • Accelerated Heart Rate

Abruptly quitting opioids on your own can be dangerous and even life-threatening, depending upon your level of use. If you or someone you care about is experiencing these or any other severe symptoms related to opioids, seek detox immediately.

What Happens in an Opioid Detox Center?

Medically supervised opioid detox gives you or your loved one the chance to get clean in a safe, secure and supportive environment. It offers round-the-clock monitoring from trained doctors and nurses, as well as a discreet and comfortable setting. In some cases, certain opioid maintenance drugs like Vivitrol (naltrexone) and Suboxone (buprenorphine and naloxone) are used. These drugs help to curb cravings and withdrawal symptoms, but should only be taken as part of a comprehensive treatment program. After detox, you or your loved one should pursue behavioral rehab to address the root causes of your abuse. Use our directory to help you find a safe and compassionate medical detox for opioids.