Treatment- Recovery- Empower- Assist - Transcend
Project TREAT is an offender-reentry program funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMSHA) to expand substance use disorder treatment, co-occurring disorder treatment, and related wrap around recovery services to individuals returning to their communities from incarceration.
Eligible individuals will have a diagnosed substance use disorder/or co-occurring disorder, have been sentenced to at least 3 months in a correctional institution (jail/prison/detention center), or have violated parole and be currently serving at least one month in a correctional institution. Eligible individuals do not have to be insured.
Project TREAT offers individual and family counseling, substance use disorder treatment (including medication assisted treatment) or co-occurring disorder treatment, case management, transportation assistance, peer support, prevention education, and HIV/AIDS and STD screening.
Project TREAT utilizes person-centered, trauma-informed, evidence-based practices to provide a comprehensive treatment to the individual.
For more information about the program, to make a referral, or to inquire about eligibility, please contact:
Camryn Withrow, Project Manager
Project TREAT accepts referrals from the Rock County Jail, Wisconsin Department of Corrections Division of Adult Institutions, and the Division of Community Corrections.
Project TREAT also accepts self-referrals.
Project TREAT referrals may be emailed directly to the Project Manager, Camryn Withrow at firstname.lastname@example.org