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A local substance misuse, mental health, and wellness resource guide for
the City of Greenfield and the surrounding communities.
LEARN ABOUT OPIOIDS
Opioids are a type of drug that can be available as a prescription or illegally as a street drug. Anybody who takes opioids is at risk for addiction and overdose.
ANYONE who uses opioids can experience an overdose. An opioid overdose is a medical emergency. If you think someone has overdosed, call 911. Do you know the signs of an overdose? It is important to be familiar with the cause and signs of an overdose so that you can help.
Repeated use of alcohol or other drugs despite negative consequences on the individual’s personal and professional life is cause for concern. When someone is behaving in this way, it may be time for them to talk to a professional about a substance use disorder (addiction).
Treatment works and recovery is possible.
Substance abuse disorder does not discriminate. It affects people of all colors and walks of life. The good news is: there is help for addiction and everyone has the opportunity to heal. But the road to recovery is filled with another major obstacle called “stigma.”
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
24 hour hotline: 414-771-9119
24 hour hotline: 866-913-3837
Grief Recovery After a
2nd & 4th Monday each month
6:30 - 8:00PM
Greenfield Public Library
American Behavioral Clinic
Community Medical Services
(24 hour clinic)
Serenity Recovery Clinic LLC
Shorehaven Behavioral Health
American Behavioral Clinic
Access Recovery Mental Health
Milwaukee VA Medical Center
St. Charles Youth and Family
Gerald L Ignace Indian Health Center
Greenfield CAARE Program
C.A.A.R.E stands for Cops Assisting Addiction Recovery. This program offers referrals to treatment and helps to assist to participants 18 years and older.
IMPACT 2-1-1 provides a wide variety of local resources (utility assistance, housing, food, elder care, crisis intervention, alcohol and drug recovery, and more) to community members.
Call: 2-1-1 from your phone or
Text your zip code to 898211
City of Greenfield Overdose Fatality Review
Read the summaries below.
American Indian Council on Alcoholism, Inc. (AICA)
AICA supports individuals, families, and other organizations to decrease substance use disorders in the Milwaukee Urban Indian community.
COMMUNITY OUTREACH & FREE NARCAN
NARCAN / NALOXONE
Naloxone is a medication that can reverse an opioid overdose. It can be given as an injection or as a nasal spray. Naloxone is available at most pharmacies in Wisconsin without a prescription to anyone.
If you are not a resident, please click on the map below or
visit www.TakeBackMyMeds.com to find your
nearest drop-box location.
Disposing of medications decreases the chance that it gets into the wrong hands when you no longer need it. Below you can find a map of medication drop box locations.
FREE narcan at the greenfield health department
Greenfield Health Department is located inside of City Hall, 7325 W Forest Home Ave. You can schedule a time to pick up Narcan, or simply stop by the department anytime during normal business hours,
Monday - Friday from 8-5PM.
Training takes less than 5 minutes and is available to all. You will learn how to recognize signs of an overdose and how to use Narcan (naloxone).
You will leave with a FREE box (2 doses) of Narcan.
If a resident or business in Greenfield would like to hold a training, please contact us at 414-329-5275 or email us at SAFEgreenfield@greenfieldwi.us
Drop Box Locations
4296 S. 76th Street, Greenfield, WI 53220
5800 W. Layton Avenue, Greenfield, WI 53220
4931 S. 27th Street, Greenfield, WI 53221
needle exchange program
Learn more about the Needle Exchange Program by visiting Vivent Health Facebook Page
TEXT / CALL LINES
ALCOHOL & DRUG HELPLINE
Call: 800-923-4357 or text "RECOVERYNOW" to 839863
CRISIS TEXT LINE
Text "HOME" to 741741
Call: 2-1-1 from your phone or text your zip code to 898211
SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE
MILWAUKEE CRISIS HOTLINE
I Am Sober
Nomo - Sobriety Checks
Pocket Rehab: Get Sober & Addiction Recovery
March/April: Drug & Alcohol Facts Week (Light Unite Red)
April: Prescription Drug Take-Back
May: Mental Health Awareness
August: International Overdose Awareness Day (31st)
September: Recovery Month, Pain Awareness Month
October: Substance Misuse Prevention, Red Ribbon Week