Serving individuals residing in Milwaukee, Dodge, Fond Du Lac, Ozaukee, Sheboygan, Washington, and Waukesha Counties seeking support and resources for their recovery, including access to treatment near their home, education and prevention, and assistance with finding a safe place to live.
Access Point is the first step to accessing a variety of Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Division (BHD) Community Access to Recovery Services (CARS) programs and services.
The CCS Ancillary program provides supplemental rehabilitative services to CCS clients to improve health, promote wellness, and enhance overall quality of life.
CCS Care Coordination is a voluntary recovery-focused and client directed program of Milwaukee County’s Behavioral Health Division (BHD), Community Access to Recovery Services (CARS) network.
The COPE Line is an anonymous and confidential 24-hour supportive listening and crisis intervention line.
We are a sober living environment that helps individuals in early recovery establish foundational support and stability.
Dodge & Fond Du Lac Counties are working together to provide a solution-focused program to address the ongoing needs of individuals dealing with opioid and stimulant use disorders.
RSC is a program of Milwaukee County’s Behavioral Health Division (BHD), Community Access to Recovery Services (CARS) network. RSC is open to Milwaukee County residents, age 18 and older with a substance use or co-occurring substance use and mental health conditions.
Sirona has a long history of providing substance abuse prevention and education services to Ozaukee County youth. Teen Intervene is an evidenced-based program that has received positive feedback from participants and their parents/guardians.
Sirona’s Treatment Alternatives and Diversion (TAD) program provides justice-involved individuals alternatives to incarceration and an opportunity to proactively address the core issues that contribute to their legal difficulties.
United House and St. Anthony’s Place are part of the Milwaukee County Housing First initiative. This model is based on the knowledge that securing safe and stable housing is the first step in eliminating chronic homelessness, not a future aspiration after a myriad of other challenges have been resolved.