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Drug Rehab Wisconsin

Drug addiction has been a serious problem in Wisconsin creating the need for more quality drug rehab programs. Today, many different types of drug rehabs exist to help those living in Wisconsin with their addiction problems. These treatment types can include inpatient drug rehab, outpatient drug treatment, residential drug rehabilitation, long term and short term treatment. Choosing the right treatment method in Wisconsin for you or a loved one is much easier with the support of the staff at a drug rehab center.

The main treatment goal of a Wisconsin drug rehab should always be the same; to help the addict come to a place where they can willingly choose sobriety over an active drug addiction. Getting to that goal can be accomplished in many different ways depending on the drug rehab programs that are utilized in treating the drug addiction. Because every person is unique, a Wisconsin drug rehab program will be most effective when the drug treatment includes various components that specifically address the personal needs of the individual.

Due to the nature of drug addiction, often by the time the drug addict is ready to accept help their addiction has taken away their physical and financial strength. It also negatively affects the addict's friends and family as well as society as a whole. The costs that are directly related to drug addiction in Wisconsin can include the costs to the state for additional law enforcement, drug rehab costs, and most importantly the cost in terms of human lives. A significant percentage of the fatal automobile accidents in Wisconsin are linked directly to drug abuse. Another negative effect of drug addiction in Wisconsin is the risk of a deadly drug overdose, which occurs more often than many realize.

Generally, a drug addicted person is unable to overcome their addiction problems without the help of a drug rehab program. With the assistance of a Wisconsin drug rehab center, an individual has a much greater chance at success in overcoming their drug addiction. For the best possible long term outcome, an individual should choose a Wisconsin drug rehab center that has an excellent rate of long term success in treating drug addictions. Additionally, it is important to ask questions in regard to the credentials of the Wisconsin drug rehab center.

For many who need drug rehab in Wisconsin, the cost of care is one of the primary factors in choosing which program they attend. This is an important factor but keep in mind that cost alone should by no means be the determining factor in choosing a treatment option that will work best for you. A counselor at a Wisconsin drug rehab will help to take the guesswork out of choosing the best possible drug rehab, to help you or your loved one to have the best chance of being completely free from your drug or alcohol addiction.

Wisconsin drug rehab counselors are experienced in all areas of drug addiction and alcoholism. They are trained in helping you by answering any substance abuse questions that you may have regarding the Wisconsin drug rehab you are considering. The counselors can offer assistance in developing a life saving drug rehabilitation plan that can effectively treat your drug addiction. Spending a period of time gathering information about the treatment options can help you to choose the best Wisconsin drug rehab center for you or your love one.

  • During 2007, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) made 232 drug arrests in Wisconsin.
  • There were 4,203 juvenile and 15,605 adult arrests for drug possession in Wisconsin during 2006.
  • Approximately 8.3% of the murders, whose circumstances were known to law enforcement, in Wisconsin during 2006 were drug-related.
  • Powder and crack cocaine are both widely available in Wisconsin and are of particular concern in eastern and central Wisconsin.
  • High levels of heroin purity in Wisconsin give users the option of snorting the drug rather than injecting it, an option that may appeal to younger users.
  • Marijuana remains the most readily available and most widely abused drug throughout Wisconsin.
  • Methamphetamine production and use are expanding from the neighboring states of Iowa and Minnesota into northwestern and southwestern Wisconsin. Much of the methamphetamine available in Wisconsin has come from Mexico, transported to Wisconsin from California and other Southwest Border states.
  • The use of diverted controlled substances in Wisconsin continues to be a problem. The most commonly diverted controlled substances from the licit market are Ritalin, Vicodin, hydrocodone products, OxyContin, other oxycodone products and benzodiazepines.
  • According to 2004-2005 data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 346,000 (7%) Wisconsin citizens (ages 12 or older) reported past month use of an illicit drug.
  • Approximately 1.5 million (31.73%) Wisconsin citizens reported that using marijuana occasionally (once a month) was a "great risk".
  • Additional 2004-2005 NSDUH results indicate that 134,000 (2.88%) Wisconsin citizens reported illicit drug dependence or abuse within the past year. Approximately 82,000 (1.78%) reported past year illicit drug dependence.
  • According to 2004-2005 NSDUH data, approximately 50,000 (11%) Wisconsin 12-17 year olds reported past month use of an illicit drug.
  • Approximately 37% of Wisconsin high school students surveyed in 2005 reported using marijuana during their lifetime.
  • Approximately 10% of Wisconsin 12th graders surveyed in 2005 reported using cocaine at least once during their lifetime.
  • Three types of organizations are responsible for most of the transportation and wholesale distribution of drugs in Wisconsin: Mexican drug trafficking organizations that transport cocaine, marijuana and methamphetamine; Nigerian criminal groups that distribute Southeast Asian heroin; and Dominican criminal groups that distribute cocaine and South American heroin.
  • Federal agencies in Wisconsin seized 66,103 dosage units of MDMA during 2007.
  • During 2007, there were 4 methamphetamine laboratory incidents in Wisconsin reported by the DEA and state and local authorities.
  • During 2006, more than 8,000 cultivated marijuana plants were eradicated and seized in Wisconsin as part of the DEA's Domestic Cannabis Eradication/Suppression Program.
  • According to the El Paso Intelligence Center, there was 1 child affected by methamphetamine laboratories in Wisconsin during 2007.
  • During 2006, there were 23,050 admissions to drug/alcohol treatment in Wisconsin. There were 25,566 such treatment admissions during 2005.
  • According to 2004-2005 NSDUH data, approximately 122,000 (2.64%) Wisconsin citizens reported needing but not receiving treatment for illicit drug use within the past year.

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Wisconsin Drug Information and Drug Trafficking

Drug information in Wisconsin shows that the drug threat in this state varies by area. Of concern in eastern and central Wisconsin are the availability, distribution, and abuse of powder and crack cocaine; the increasing availability of high purity heroin; and the number of new users, particularly in the Milwaukee area. Marijuana remains the most readily available and most widely abused drug throughout Wisconsin. Methamphetamine production and use are expanding from the neighboring states of Iowa and Minnesota into northwestern and southwestern Wisconsin.

When it comes to drug trafficking in Wisconsin, three types of organizations are responsible for most of the transportation and wholesale distribution: Mexican drug trafficking organizations that transport cocaine, marijuana, and methamphetamine; Nigerian criminal groups that distribute Southeast Asian heroin; and Dominican criminal groups that distribute cocaine and South American heroin. African American and Hispanic street gangs, particularly organized street gangs such as the Gangster Disciples, Vice Lords, and Latin Kings, dominate the street-level distribution of most drugs, particularly crack cocaine.

In Wisconsin, both cocaine and crack are widely available. Cocaine is transported into the state by Mexican drug trafficking organizations. These organizations transport large shipments of cocaine from the southwest border either through Chicago or to Milwaukee directly, concealed within shipments of legitimate goods in tractor-trailers. These Mexican organizations also are the primary wholesale distributors of cocaine and supply African American and Hispanic street gangs that control the retail distribution of crack throughout the state. DEA Milwaukee and DEA Madison report that cocaine is readily available in multi-kilogram quantities. DEA Green Bay reports that cocaine is readily available in multi-ounce to kilogram quantities.

Wisconsin drug information from the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office records show that heroin abuse has stabilized in Wisconsin over the past two years. Most heroin use is concentrated in the Milwaukee and Racine areas. Rising levels of purity, some measured as high as 95 percent, give users the option of snorting the drug rather than injecting, an option that may appeal to younger users.

Drug trafficking of heroin into Wisconsin as reported by the DEA Milwaukee show that Southeast Asian heroin, trafficked by Nigerian criminal groups, is the predominant type available. A recent DEA Milwaukee investigation resulted in the seizure of 2.3 kilograms of Southwest Asian heroin, the largest seizure of heroin in Wisconsin history. The seizure resulted in the arrest of multiple Nigerian defendants. The office further reports that Southwest Asian heroin has not been encountered in the Milwaukee area. South American heroin is distributed by Dominican traffickers. The availability of brown heroin remains low, and black tar heroin is rare in Milwaukee.

In Wisconsin, meth production and abuse are expanding from Minnesota and Iowa into rural counties in western Wisconsin. To a lesser extent, some methamphetamine is imported into the state by Mexican sources from the southwest border. DEA Milwaukee has not observed a significant increase in distribution or use of methamphetamine. DEA Green Bay reports that there is limited availability of methamphetamine in its area, as most is produced locally by small clandestine laboratories.

However, a recent seizure of 37 pounds of methamphetamine was made from out of state individuals who were attempting to create a market in the Green Bay area. DEA Madison reports that methamphetamine is readily available in ounce quantities in northwestern Wisconsin, supplied by sources from Minneapolis.

Drug information sources in Wisconsin share that "club drugs" and "designer drugs" are general terms for synthetic chemical drugs that have become popular with teenagers and young adults. These drugs include MDMA (ecstasy), Ketamine, GHB, GBL, and LSD. According to a recent drug price survey in Wisconsin, most of the law enforcement agencies that responded indicated that club drugs were available in their jurisdictions, albeit at low levels. The DEA has reported encounters with Ketamine in Milwaukee and Madison, and with GHB in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Marijuana remains the most readily available and most widely used drug in Wisconsin. Milwaukee and Madison are both major destinations for Mexico-produced marijuana and transshipment points to other areas in the state. This is augmented by local cultivation. Sixty percent of prison inmates test positive for marijuana when entering correctional institutions. Wisconsin authorities further report that one-fourth of all marijuana users also use other drugs. DEA Milwaukee, Madison, and Green Bay report that marijuana is readily available in multi-kilogram quantities.

As with the rest of the United States, the use of diverted controlled substances in Wisconsin continues to be a problem. The most commonly diverted controlled substances from the licit market are Ritalin, Vicodin, hydrocodone, and other hydrocodone products, OxyContin, and other oxycodone products, and the benzodiazepines.

5979 Siggelkow Road
Mc Farland, WI. 53558
151 East Badger Road
Madison, WI. 53713
505 Broadway Street
Baraboo, WI. 53913
1701 Sharp Road
Waterford, WI. 53185
550 North Dewey Street
Eau Claire, WI. 54702
517 Court Street
Neillsville, WI. 54456
12603 224th Avenue
Bristol, WI. 53104
2727 West Cleveland Avenue
Milwaukee, WI. 53215
15701 County Road K
Darlington, WI. 53530
3425 Superior Avenue
Sheboygan, WI. 53081
166 South Park Avenue
Fond Du Lac, WI. 54935
3150 Gershwin Drive
Green Bay, WI. 54311
520 North 28th Avenue
Wausau, WI. 54401
W12802 County Highway A
Bowler, WI. 54416
103 West College Avenue
Appleton, WI. 54911
1825 Victory Street
La Crosse, WI. 54601
500 East Veterans Street
Tomah, WI. 54660
34700 Valley Road
Oconomowoc, WI. 53066
136 West Broadway Avenue
Medford, WI. 54451
9532 East 16 Frontage Road
Onalaska, WI. 54650
North 3152
Monroe, WI. 53566
1507 Tower Avenue
Superior, WI. 54880
190 Grand Seasons Drive
Waupaca, WI. 54981
2611 12th Street South
Wisconsin Rapids, WI. 54494
22 North Pelham Street
Rhinelander, WI. 54501
199 County Road DF
Juneau, WI. 53039
1752 Dorset Lane
New Richmond, WI. 54017
333 East Washington Street
West Bend, WI. 53095
7818 Moline Road
Webster, WI. 54893
20 East Court Street
Janesville, WI. 53545
300 Taconite Street
Hurley, WI. 54534
238 Front Street
Cashton, WI. 54619
24804 75th Street
Salem, WI. 53168
504 Lakeland Road
Shawano, WI. 54166
West 3272 Wolf River Road
Keshena, WI. 54135
320 21st Street NE
Menomonie, WI. 54751
13111 North Port Washington Road
Mequon, WI. 53097
1052 Main Street
Stevens Point, WI. 54481
1 1/2 West Geneva Street
Elkhorn, WI. 53121
E7475 Rawhide Road
New London, WI. 54961
1421 Fond Du Lac Avenue
Kewaskum, WI. 53040
620 North 12th Avenue
Sturgeon Bay, WI. 54235
W180 N8085 Town Hall Road
Menomonee Falls, WI. 53051
M407 Highway 97
Marshfield, WI. 54449
4810 Northwestern Avenue
Racine, WI. 53406
W175 N11120 Stonewood Drive
Germantown, WI. 53022
8503 75th Street
Kenosha, WI. 53142
206 Court Street
Chilton, WI. 53014
23062 Whitehall Road
Independence, WI. 54747
514 Riverview Avenue
Waukesha, WI. 53188
2519 North Hillcrest Parkway
Altoona, WI. 54720
1850 Cranston Road
Beloit, WI. 53511
1225 Langlade Road
Antigo, WI. 54409
607 North Sales Street
Merrill, WI. 54452
2901 Hunters Trial
Portage, WI. 53901
6716 Stone Glen Drive
Middleton, WI. 53562
1104 21st Street
Reedsburg, WI. 53959
12970 West Bluemound Road
Elm Grove, WI. 53122
221 West Seminary Street
Richland Center, WI. 53581
1509 South Commercial Street
Neenah, WI. 54956
615 Old Mill Road
Hudson, WI. 54016
1635 Maple Lane
Ashland, WI. 54806
1315 West Main Street
Watertown, WI. 53094
809 Park Avenue
Beaver Dam, WI. 53916
200 West Alona Lane
Lancaster, WI. 53813
220 Washington Avenue
Oshkosh, WI. 54901
W9850 Airport Road
Black River Falls, WI. 54615
14301 Highway B
Sparta, WI. 54656
900 South Orange Street
River Falls, WI. 54022
285 Forest Grove Drive
Pewaukee, WI. 53072
230 Park Street
Wautoma, WI. 54982
345 Milwaukee Avenue
Burlington, WI. 53105
339 Reed Avenue
Manitowoc, WI. 54220
1339 Park Avenue
Columbus, WI. 53925
1712 Dunlap Street
Marinette, WI. 54143
13105 West Bluemound Road
Brookfield, WI. 53005
600 Shell Creek Road
Minong, WI. 54859
8201 Mish Ko Swen Drive
Crandon, WI. 54520
246 Industrial Boulevard
Shell Lake, WI. 54871
704 North River Street
Spooner, WI. 54801
810 Lincoln Street
Kewaunee, WI. 54216
230 Deronda Street
Amery, WI. 54001
Lakewood Center
Rice Lake, WI. 54868
225 North Beaumont Road
Prairie Du Chien, WI. 53821
37390 North Bradum Road
Bayfield, WI. 54814
2661 County Trunk I
Chippewa Falls, WI. 54729
S69W15636 Janesville Road
Muskego, WI. 53150
1478 Kenwood Drive
Menasha, WI. 54952
1218 North 4th Street
Tomahawk, WI. 54487
533 Peace Pipe Road
Lac Du Flambeau, WI. 54538
10610 Main Street
Hayward, WI. 54843
5900 South Lake Drive
Cudahy, WI. 53110
100 Polk County Plaza
Balsam Lake, WI. 54810
W350 S1401 Waterville Road
Dousman, WI. 53118
1460 West Main Street
Sun Prairie, WI. 53590
501 Park Avenue
Oconto, WI. 54153
204 3rd Avenue
Osceola, WI. 54020
21425 Spring Street
Union Grove, WI. 53182
1321 North Main Street
Viroqua, WI. 54665
619 River Street
Belleville, WI. 53508
50 Prairie Avenue
Prairie Du Sac, WI. 53578
108 East North Street
Friendship, WI. 53934
N11230 Antigo Street
Elcho, WI. 54428
171 Chestnut Street
Phillips, WI. 54555
374 East Ann Street
Kaukauna, WI. 54130
9433 County Road J
Minocqua, WI. 54548
571 County Road A
Green Lake, WI. 54941
508 Campus Street
Milton, WI. 53563
1325 Angels Path Street
De Pere, WI. 54115
900 Ridge Street
Stoughton, WI. 53589
9200 West Loomis Road
Franklin, WI. 53132
2450 Vineyard Drive
Plover, WI. 54467
730 10th Avenue
Baldwin, WI. 54002
1185 North Elm Street
Platteville, WI. 53818
412 West Kinne Street
Ellsworth, WI. 54011
161 Spring Street
Westfield, WI. 53964
North 2150 Kesaehkahtek Street
Gresham, WI. 54128
2846 Route 67
Williams Bay, WI. 53191
524 Milwaukee Street
Delafield, WI. 53018
23758 State Road 35
Siren, WI. 54872
1541 Annex Road
Jefferson, WI. 53549