Residential Treatment Center

Ministry Behavioral Health Residential Treatment Center in Stevens Point offers comprehensive drug or alcohol dependency treatment in a residential setting. Chemical dependency is a treatable illness and people can and do recover. It is not a lack of moral weakness; it is not a lack of character. It is an illness with a complex array of signs and symptoms.

Accredited and caring staff members are on-site 24 hours a day and include a Board Certified Addictionologist, Psychiatrist, Psychologists, Licensed Psychotherapists, Certified AODA Counselors, and Chaplain. They provide guidance during and after patient stays, which generally lasts 28 days.

An initial assessment is conducted to formulate an individualized treatment plan based on patient needs and strengths.

The program includes:

  • Individual counseling
  • Group therapy
  • Education
  • Family therapy
  • Scheduled recreational activities
  • Introduction to Twelve Step philosophy
  • Access to external programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, church and other support services
  • Discharge planning
  • Collaboration with family and social worker
  • Psychological consultation
  • Psychiatric consultation
  • Pastoral care
  • Smoking cessation support and supplements

We believe that tough times are made easier using the group concept and we encourage interaction and the creation of friendships that can last a lifetime.
Our treatment center offers 15 guest beds, with two guests per room, and features a large kitchen and dining area to optimize group interaction and team building. Recreational activities in and around the Stevens Point area are available to enjoy as a group. We also have on site laundry and meeting areas, perfect for group discussions or just a fun game of cards.

Daily Program

Wakeup – Noon:

  • Breakfast
  • Medications
  • Personal time/chores
  • Individual counseling
  • Group therapy
  • Lunch

1 p.m. - 5 p.m.:

  • Individual counseling
  • Personal time
  • Dinner

6 p.m. – Bedtime:

  • Free to attend community meetings
  • Medications
  • House AA meeting

Other Events:

  • Family visitation
  • Education group
  • Lecture group
  • YMCA
  • Free to attend church

Items to Bring / Not to Bring

Items to bring

  • Clothing and shoes (jeans, shorts, socks, *swimsuit, etc.)
  • Personal hygiene items including toothbrush and tooth paste, shampoo, deodorant, etc.
  • 30 day supply of medications with a signed doctor’s order if prescribed any medications
  • *Contacts/glasses
  • *Pillow
  • *Phone card
  • *Books, magazines, coloring utensils
  • *Cigarettes and soda are allowed

*Optional

What NOT to bring

  • Any products containing alcohol such as cologne, mouthwash, body spray, lotions
  • Computers, movies, cell phones, camera/camcorder
  • Narcotics/drugs or medications not prescribed
  • Weapons
  • Food/snacks or energy drinks
  • Candles
  • Indecent clothing
  • Items containing nudity

Payment

Our staff can assist with commercial insurance verification prior to admission and provide billing to all third-party payers. Payment plans and financial counseling are available and county funding and credit cards are accepted. We also accept referrals from the Employee Assistance Program.

Locations

Ministry Behavioral Health - Stevens Point

209 Prentice Street North
Stevens Point, WI 54481
Main Number: 715.344.4611
Toll Free Number: 800.472.9449
Fax Number: 715.344.8127

Residential Treatment Center

201 Prentice Street North
Stevens Point, WI 54481
Main Number: 715.345.0711
Fax Number: 715.345.0223

Associated Employee Assistance Services of WI, Ltd.

1820 Post Road, Suite 5
Plover, Wisconsin 54467
or
2811 8th Street South
Suite 80
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494

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