Drug and Alcohol Addiction - Local Support
STOP STIGMA NOW - Eradicate the stigma around medically assisted treatment of opioid addiction. Click here to learn more.
ARCW (Aids Resource Center of Wisconsin)
1212 57th St. | Kenosha, WI
24 HOUR HOTLINE 262-554-7788
Kenosha District - See Meeting List
Racine District - See Meeting List
Saturdays at 10am.
Bridges Community Center
5718 7th Avenue,
Kenosha, Wi. 53140
Phone (262) 657-5252
Tuesdays 4:30pm and Wednesdays 6pm.
Oakwood Clinical Associates, 4109 67th Street, Kenosha
Questions? Contact Jane at 262-220-1975
Southeastern Family Area Meeting List
24 HOUR PHONE LINE
262-552-6879 - Kenosha Area
1-800-240-0276 Wisconsin, WISCONSINNA.ORG
Multiple meetings daily at multiple locations. See Meeting list: na_meeting_list_nov_2016.pdf
Nar-Anon Family Group
Wednesdays - 5:30pm - 6:30 p,
Bethany Lutheran Church
2100 75th Street
Kenosha, WI 53143
12 Step - Southport Lighthouse Recovery Club
8017 Sheridan Rd, Kenosha, WI
12 Step Meetings - multiple times Sunday -Saturday
See Meeting list:
Note: Heroin Anonymous moved to Monday at 5:30pm
Hope Sick - Southport Lighthouse Recovery Club
Saturdays at 4pm
See Meeting list:ha_in_kenosha.pdf
Thursdays at 6pm
Antioch Recovery Club
311 W. Depot St.,Suite C, Antioch IL
12 Step fellowship for the families and friends who have known a feeling of desperation concerning the destructive behavior of someone very near to them, whether caused by drugs, alcohol, or related behavioral problems. When you come into our rooms you are no longer alone, but among friends who have experienced similar problems.
More meeting locations on the site.
Stairway to Heroin
Stairway to Heroin has evolved into a model program for education, prevention and recovery used in communities and school districts across the state of Wisconsin and in parts of Illinois with a mission of making a difference in the lives of families. The four-part prevention model is designed to be implemented in schools and communities to address the ongoing substance abuse epidemic adolescents and young adults are facing today.
Kenosha Outcasts Club
2913 63rd St, Kenosha 53143
Phone (262) 605-3610
5:30pm Southport Lighthouse Recovery Club
8017 Sheridan Rd, Kenosha, WI 53143
West Grove Clinic Open House
1400 75th Street. Kenosha WI 53143
New provider of MAT services (Suboxone and Vivitrol), substance use focused Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), and Individual counseling services.
510 60th Street, Kenosha, WI 53140.
Phone Number(262) 654-3586
This is an eleven-bed community-based residential facility in Kenosha that serves as an alternative to hospitalization for county residents who are experiencing a mental health or substance abuse crisis. The KARE Center works in concert with adult crisis workers to provide Chapter 34 Emergency Mental Health Services and co-currently licensed as a residential intoxication monitoring service under Wisconsin HFS 75.09. The program also provides services to homeless mentally ill clients who are experiencing difficulties on a short-term basis.
Refuge Recovery: Buddhists Path to Recovering From Addiction
Weekly Group Meeting: Sundays 8pm
Shepherd of The Lakes Lutheran Church,
285 E. Washington Grayslake, IL
Thurdays 6:30 pm - 8:45 pm
Kenosha Bible Church
5405 67th Street, Kenosha
AODA Treatment Facilities - Kenosha County
AL-Anon / Alateen Family Groups
Multiple meetings - Kenosha. Check websites for times and locations.
See Meeting list: al-anon_kenosha.pdf
Hope Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse
Kenosha, WI 53140
262.658.8166 phone ext 106
Questions? email email@example.com
Naloxone is available through the ARCW Prevention Program.
Click here for more information.
Stop Heroin In Kenosha
Our main purpose is to bring awareness and educate the families of those lost to the misery of heroin. Its a group open for addicts, families, and non-users.
Link to Event Page
Heroin and Opiate Use In Our Community
Opiate/Heroin addiction affects our community in so many ways but there is hope and help. Periodically community discussions are held at the KHDS office, 5407 8th Ave. These events are open to everyone - service providers, community members, and families. Please join Patti Hansen AAS, CSAC, IV Drug User Recovery Coordinator, Kenosha Human Development Services for an informal discussion about opiate/heroin addiction in our city. Let’s share our thoughts, ideas and feelings on this topic. Let's work together to find solutions.
Link to Event Page: Heroin/Opiates in Kenosha
Operation Prevention is an initiative brought to you by the DEA and Discovery Education to educate middle and high school students about the true impacts of prescription opioid misuse and heroin use.
The Wake Up Call training is a 6-hour interactive class that will provide you with the necessary skills and information for implementing a Wake Up Call in your community.
Wake-Up Call is a life-size exhibit of a teen’s bedroom with more than 20 “red flags” that can signal drug or alcohol use. The bedroom identifies spots where teens may hide drugs, household items that can be used as drug paraphernalia and ways teens try to cover up drug and alcohol use. Wake Up Call is a valuable resource that should be available in every community and school.
White House launches website for addiction treatment resources
The Trump administration just launched a new website aimed at helping those with substance use disorders learn about treatment options. The website — FindTreatment.gov — contains information for some 13,000 licensed treatment providers that was previously difficult to find. The site streamlines the process and allows for more precise searches, including treatment type (inpatient or telemedicine, for instance), payment options, and whether the treatment will be medication-assisted. There are also educational resources for patients and their families on paying for treatment. The launch of the site is the latest in the federal government’s attempts to curb the opioid epidemic — some 70,000 people in 2017 alone died from drug overdoses, mostly involving opioids.