Providing affordable and effective
residential alcohol and drug treatment
in Madison, Wisconsin.
We treat adults and 18 year old students in high school or working toward a GED.
Clients are required to stay at Hope Haven's North Bay Lodge 24-hours a day for the term of their primary treatment,
they may not attend school. As a medically monitored facility, prospective clients seeking treatment must be sober -
meaning having already completed detox or not be in active withdrawal at intake and free of mood altering substances.
They cannot be on prescription narcotics including benzodiazepines. Suboxone is permitted if the client is on a stable dose.
No one follows the same road to recovery.
We will meet with the prospective client to make an assessment and plan, unique to them, to help manage their addiction and overcome abuse.
An assessment is usually performed within 24 hours (Monday - Friday we do not do assessments on the weekends).
After the assessment clients are approved by our Director and an intake date is usually scheduled within 24 hours.
Clients do not need to be residents of Wisconsin to attend Hope Haven.
Services are comprehensive, affordable, and provided regardless of sexual orientation, religious, ethnic, racial or social background.
Primary Treatment is provided at our North Bay Lodge location and is intense, structured, and focused.
We use evidence-based practices recognized by SAMHSA. The average stay of a client is six weeks and costs $175 per day.
Transitional Treatment, the second level of care, is provided at either the Chris Farley House or North Bay Lodge.
Clients begin to apply the skills learned in Primary Treatment and work to become productive citizens.
The cost is $125 per day and length of stay depends upon client needs, usually 30-60 days.
Hope Haven provides support to clients who have completed treatment by providing weekly AA and NA meetings.
Past clients can also sign up to receive our Alumni Newsletter.
What to Expect at Hope Haven
Our facilities have some guidelines regarding electronics, medications, visitors, etc.
We provide a safe, sober, structured environment for our clients.
Daily schedules and nutritious homemade meals help to keep our residents
focused on recovery and incorporate new, healthy habits into their lifestyle.
We offer a family therapy program called Family Matters
because addiction affects not only the addicted person, but everyone around him or her.
Practicing mindfulness helps our clients be aware of
how their thinking affects their behavior and daily lives.
Pet Therapy is an effective way of helping our clients communicate
deep-seated emotions and build self-esteem.
Each client who needs assistance finding employment completes our Preparation for Employment program.
This six-step process addresses key issues in preparing for and securing employment.
One of the most powerful effects of addiction is separation – separation from loved ones, your surroundings, and from one’s self.
Conversely, yoga embodies harmony, stability, and connectedness.
Relapse Prevention Therapy teaches individuals how to anticipate and cope with the temptations to relapse.