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Treatment for Alcoholism & Addiction
TriStar Skyline Madison offers adults 18 and over inpatient, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs for alcohol and drug addiction as well as any underlying mental health issues.
Our mental health hospital offers hope and help to patients their family members affected by addiction. Treatment is designed to help patients develop better coping mechanisms, manage symptoms, and promote healthy living and relapse prevention skills in a healing environment.
Detox & Rehab
Treatment consists of a period of detoxification in which medical care during withdrawal from alcohol and/or drugs is provided. Medical experts trained in chemical dependency provide short-term, highly specialized treatment.
We offer two types of outpatient treatment programs for substance abuse:
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Patients meet daily in our partial hospitalization program for mental health and substance abuse.
When do they meet?
Monday - Friday
9:00am - 2:45pm
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Patients in our intensive outpatient program meet daily for mental health and substance abuse.
When do they meet?
Monday - Thursday
9:00am - 12:00pm
2:00pm - 5:00pm
If you or someone you know may benefit from treatment or have questions, please contact our compassionate staff today.
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January 26, 2017 - Shocking fact of the week: more than 24.6 million people in the U.S. are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol. That's about one in every 10 Americans over the age of 12. That's right - even pre-teens struggle with drug and alcohol addictions.
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