substance abuse services
- Medically Monitored Residential Treatment
- Intensive Outpatient Treatment
- Outpatient | AODA & Mental Health
- Suboxone Treatment Program
- Prevention/Early Intervention
- UW BASICS
- Detoxification Center
Crisis Stabilization & Outreach Services
Case Management Services
Housing Services for Single Adults
- Acewood House
- Crawford House
- Transitional Housing Program (THP)
- Willy St SRO - Supported Housing Program
Housing Services for Families
2914 Industrial Drive, Madison, WI 53713
Prolonged and extensive use of alcohol and/or drugs can lead to physical dependency and life-threatening health problems. Tellurian's Detoxification Center is the first step on the road to recovery from substance abuse and alcohol dependency. It provides a safe and secure environment where patients are medically monitored and treated while detoxifying from alcohol and substance abuse. The Detoxification Center is a 29-bed facility staffed by highly trained, credentialed professionals. Patients at the Detoxification Center are medically monitored by a Registered Nurse (RN) supervised by a Board Certified Physician (MD) specializing in addictionology.
As part of the detoxification process and treatment protocol, Wisconsin state certified counselors meet individually with each patient to help determine the optimal treatment level and expedite entry into community treatment programs. The Tellurian Detoxification Center serves multiple counties throughout Southern and Central Wisconsin, treating more than 5,000 admissions per year. The average length of stay for most patients at the Tellurian Detoxification Center is 72 hours or less. The Detoxification Center operates 24 hours per day, 365 days per year.
Tellurian's Detoxification Center is licensed under DHS 75.07 as a CSAS Medically Monitored Detoxification Service.
Goals of the Detoxification CenterTo provide a safe withdrawal from alcohol and drugs
To provide detoxification that is humane and protects the patient's dignity
To prepare the patient for ongoing treatment for his or her substance abuse problem