Project Fresh Light is about connecting and
communicating the very best in mental health and substance abuse treatment
for Wisconsin's adolescents. A key objective of Project Fresh Light
is to provide the resources for partners to connect with and educate
each other. The following links below represent some of the many resources
available to our partners looking for information regarding substance
abuse and treatment alternatives. This list will be continuously updated.
Feel free to help us add to this list if you
are aware of resources that are not on the current list.
Based in Wisconsin, the Center for Democracy in Action, Inc. is a 501(c)(3)
organization dedicated to assuring that voices that are too often marginalized
or unheard are not only heard, but are understood as important assets
and contributors to the common good. We work to increase the spaces,
places and events for inclusive dialogue and strategic grassroots action.
Our goal is to be a broad resource for individuals and organizations
to facilitate working together to build healthy, viable, proactive communities.
The Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) of the Substance Abuse
and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), within the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), promotes the quality
and availability of community-based substance abuse treatment services
for individuals and families who need them. CSAT works with States and
community-based groups to improve and expand existing substance abuse
treatment services under the Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment
Block Grant Program. CSAT also supports SAMHSA’s free treatment
referral service to link people with the community-based substance abuse
services they need.
Connections Counseling is a AODA clinic founded by the director, Shelly
Dutch. During its time, Connections h
as helped many troubled teens get
back on their feet, and encouraged them to help other struggling teens
in the program. That is the foundation of our program, making connections
and helping your peers. People that have been shunted around the legal
systems and other treatment centers for years have found acceptance,
care, and help at Connections. While AODA is the main focus, we try
to help teens with any issues at hand, because all of your teen's struggles
and stressors can contribute to unhealthy habits.
Faces and Voices of Recovery is working to make recovery a reality for
those in need and standing up for the rights of those in recovery. www.facesandvoicesofrecovery.org
Funded by the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT), our regional
center currently covers Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
We are a member of the National Addiction Technology Transfer Center
Network, with a vision of unifying research, education and practice
to transform lives.
The nonprofit Hazelden Foundation, founded in 1949, pioneer
ed the model
of care for alcoholism, drug addiction and related diseases that is
now the most widely used in the world. T oday, with more than 50 years
of experience and an unparalleled breadth of services, Hazelden is an
international provider of treatment, recovery, research and training,
offering programs, services and publications for individuals, families
and communities affected by chemical dependency.
Join Together is a program of the Boston University School of Public
Health. Since 1991 it has been the nation's leading provider of information,
strategic planning assistance, and leadership development for community-based
efforts to advance effective alcohol and drug policy, prevention, and treatment. They believe problems associated
with alcohol and drugs can be best addressed at the community level.
The MOMSTELL goal is to develop a resource to join concerned parents
and families and work together for positive change regarding drug and
alcohol issues. Addiction is a disease. Momstell believes that everyone
must work together to protect all children from the devastation that
drugs and alcohol bring to families. As parents and family members unite
into "one voice," positive change in drug and alcohol policies,
education, prevention, and treatment will take place.
It is the New Mexico Association for Addiction Professionals' mission
to serve, lead, and empower addiction professionals across the cultures
of the Southwest.
Looking for drug treatment programs and alcohol abuse treatment programs?
Find the right drug abuse treatment program or alcohol abuse program
with the Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Locator.
The State Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse is a statutorily mandated
council and provides leadership and coordination regarding alcohol and
other drug abuse (AODA) issues confronting the state.
WADTPA is a trade association composed of state-certified health care
organizations in Wisconsin that treat substance use disorders. WADTPA
exists to support its member organizations and to create a favorable
business and political climate in which these provider organizations
Wekive Springs is dedicated exclusively to women's issues and recovery.
We give women the opportunity to take their lives back from addiction
- and create a new future in recovery. We help the patient and her family
grow together toward new and meaningful lives.
White Bison, Inc. is an American Indian non profit organization based
in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Through White Bison, it's Founder and
President Don Coyhis, Mohican Nation, has offered healing resources
to Native America since 1988. White Bison offers sobriety, recovery,
addictions prevention, and wellness/Wellbriety learning resources to
the Native American community nation wide. Many non-Native people also
use White Bison's healing resource products, attend it learning circles,
and volunteer their services.
The Bureau is the Single State Agency for the federal Substance Abuse
Prevention and Treatment Block Grant and has coordinative oversight
for statewide substance abuse services.
Wisconsin Family Ties works to create greater understanding, respectful
acceptance, support in the community with families that include children
and adolescents with emotional, behavior, and mental disorders.
WWEN is a grant-funded outreach project for anyone interested in women's
treatment, recovery and prevention. Through our programs and our Web
site, we hope to make it easier to access information, training, support
and advocacy efforts regarding women's issues of addiction, prevention
The Wisconsin Women's Health Foundation (WWHF) was founded in 1998 by
former First Lady Sue Ann Thompson and focuses on six important women's
health issues. The WWHF is located in Madison, but serves the entire
state, hosting and organizing outreach and education events all over
ZiaLogic is a professional corporation that offers behavioral health
care systems an array of services to achieve systemic improvements in
the delivery of care in the public and private sectors. The company
uses a network of qualified contractors to work with systems of all
complexities, including state (provincial) agencies, networks, counties,
and local agencies, programs, and provider associations.