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The Impact of Addiction in Wisconsin

Where are Drug Treatment Centers in Wisconsin?

Home to 15.000 lakes, streams and rivers, Wisconsin is the ‘Badger State’ Kayakers will swim around the Apostle Islands in Lake Superior and surf on Lake Michigan. Cyclists have selected 80 routes in the rail-to-trail network, including the first on the continent. The Milwaukee Museum of Art is a stunning mix of three iconic structures designed by three renowned architects.

Wisconsin has some of the highest rates in the United States for both adolescent and adult substance abuse. Since 2009, the state has been experiencing the same escalating rates of drug abuse and addiction as the rest of the country. Statewide, the major concerns are the misuse of prescription painkillers and the escalating number of deaths due to alcohol-related liver disease.

Each year, approximately 13.56% of the state population uses illegal drugs, and another 5.83% abuse alcohol. Consequently, 17.32% of all deaths between 2008 and 2017 were drug and alcohol-related–a statistic more than 4.5% points above the national average.

Wisconsin has a lot to enjoy but in Wisconsin there are many areas within dealing with drug and alcohol abuse.

Local and national groups such as D.A.R.E. and the Alliance for Wisconsin Youth have responded by creating state-specific programs in an attempt to improve awareness of the problem. Programs throughout the state also allow individuals to receive the treatment they need to live a life of sobriety. Furthermore, Wisconsin substance abuse prevention and outreach programs work to reduce drug abuse across all age groups. These include ‘Healthies Wisconsin 2020’, changes in the Wisconsin Good Samaritan Law in 2014, and a ‘Statewide Standing Order for Naloxone.

Worst Drugs in Wisconsin

  1. Reports from 2007 showed that opioids were responsible for most drug-related deaths throughout Wisconsin. In 2010, fatalities linked to synthetic opioids increased from 66 to 288–with the majority resulting from Fentanyl use. Fatalities linked to prescription opioids also increased from 285 to 382.
  2. Heroin use and abuse also pose a major problem for Wisconsin residents. Fatalities linked to heroin increased from 92 in 2007 to 389 in 2010.
  3. Cocaine is also among the top used drugs in the state. In 2010, 1,514 people entered substance abuse treatment for smoking cocaine, and another 270 people ingested cocaine by other means. A Wisconsin Epidemiological Profile on Alcohol and Other Drugs for 2016 reported that cocaine was abused by 2% of the state population.
  4. The same profile also reported that marijuana abuse in Wisconsin was at a rate higher than the national average. Additional data also revealed marijuana to be the most commonly cited drug among primary drug treatment admissions within the state. In 2010, a reported 2,817 residents were admitted for marijuana dependence treatment.
  5. Similar to other states, alcohol also belongs to the list of worst abused drugs in Wisconsin. In 2010, 5,008 people entered drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers for alcohol dependence. There were an additional 5,998 people who were admitted for alcohol dependence combined with a secondary drug.

Impactful Addiction Stats

  1. In Wisconsin, an estimated 78% of drug overdose deaths in 2018 involved opioids–a total of more than 846 deaths.
  2. Alcohol consumption is 1.3 times higher than the national average and approximately 500 alcohol-related crashes occur throughout the state every year.
  3. 15% of Wisconsin high school students admit to the illicit use of prescription drugs.
  4. In 2015, alcohol played a role in two-thirds of all motor vehicle injuries with an economic burden totaling almost 7 million dollars.
  5. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the rate of drug overdose deaths within the state increased by 24.5% between 2015 and 2016.
  6. The rate of overdose deaths in Wisconsin was highest in men between the ages of 24 to 35 and women aged 35 to 54.
  7. From 2013 to 2014, 4% of people aged 12 and older used prescription painkillers in a non-medical way.
  8. In 2010, only 29,358 people were enrolled in drug and alcohol addiction recovery programs in Wisconsin. Of this number, 70% were male while the remaining 30% were female.
  9. According to reports from the National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services, the state had witnessed a decrease in the number of drug rehabs from 324 programs in 2002 to 290 by 2006.
  10. Those between the ages of 25 to 34 years old account for 45% of all methamphetamine use in the state.

Quick Tips on Finding A Center

Alcohol and substance addiction and dependency are extremely complicated and do tremendous damage to the lives of individuals and their families. Fortunately, thousands of care centers in the United States and in Wisconsin specifically are committed to beginning and supporting people who are addicted to rehabilitation. The variety of recovery services is remarkable and one care seeker ‘s experience is dramatically different from another. Similarly, the ideal treatment for one addict to recovery is ineffective for another. Our admissions staff are available 24 hours a day to help you search.

Health Insurance Providers Covering Drug Addiction Treatment
  • Arise Health Plan
  • Celtic
  • Dean Health Plan
  • Humana
  • Physicians Plus Insurance
  • Quartz
  • Security Health Plan
  • United Healthcare
  • WPS Health Insurance

State Specific Hotlines & Resources

  • Wisconsin Recovery Helpline: +1-206-461-3219 (TTY)
  • Wisconsin Poison Control Center: +1-800-222-1222
  • Mental Health Crisis Line: +1-866-427-4747
  • Integrative Counseling Service (ICS): (206) 216-5000
  • Community Resources Online: +1-800-621-4636
  • Alanon and Alateen Family Group: https://al-anon.org/
  • Alcoholics Anonymous (go to the AA main page, click on find a meeting, follow the link to state pages, click on Wisconsin): https://www.aa.org/
  • Narcotics Anonymous: https://www.na.org/
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