Our treatment approach is based on the disease concept. As addiction is an all-encompassing disease, we believe that recovery needs to be the same. Therefore, we address all aspects of a person’s recovery: Physical, Emotional, Behavioral, and Spiritual. We use a variety of therapeutic approaches, individualized to suit each client’s experiences and goals.
Our campus location and involvement with the recovery community, gives clients the opportunity to become connected to community-based recovery support groups. This is crucial for lasting recovery. Family involvement and support are also significant components of healthy recovery and is included in our treatment programs.
• Our 28-day medically monitored residential treatment program offers our highest level of rehabilitation service for clients diagnosed with alcohol and/or drug addiction.
• Clients participate in counseling and behavioral therapies to address trauma, overcome denial, shame & guilt associated with addiction, rebuild their sense of self, learn healthy coping strategies, and improve interpersonal and family relationships.
• An intensive treatment option that provides the ability to maintain home/work/school responsibilities offering similar counseling and behavioral therapies as our residential program.
• Therapy sessions are held 3 times per week.
• Option to choose a daytime or evening program.
• An ongoing relapse prevention program for those who have completed an Intensive Outpatient Program. Therapy sessions are held weekly to assist with the transition into long-term recovery.
• An individualized therapeutic connection using evidence-based approaches to assist each client with guidance through the stages of change and into maintaining long-term recovery.
• Provided 1-2 times weekly for individuals in residential treatment.
• Provided upon recommendation or request for intensive outpatient or outpatient/aftercare program.
• These therapeutic sessions are individualized for each client and family with a specific focus on honest and direct communication and rebuilding trust.
• Available upon request or recommended as needed.
• Designed to educate family members, friends, and loved ones on the disease of addiction to help them heal from the impact of alcohol or drug addiction. The Jackie Nitschke Center Family Education & Recovery Program provides guidance on coping through chaos, setting healthy boundaries, improving communication, and rebuilding trusting relationships.
• Offers a safe and healthy living environment while providing valuable peer support. Residents at a JNC Recovery Home have an opportunity to establish a sober lifestyle, a higher level of recovery, and an opportunity to give back to the community. Each resident meets with a JNC Recovery Housing Coordinator monthly to check in, establish goals, and discuss resources.
• A no-fee ongoing relapse prevention support group that allows alumni of JNC treatment services establish positive and healthy relationships while participating in sober activities that support long-term recovery goals.
Yes! Currently, cigarettes and chewing tobacco are allowed. These items must be sealed upon
admission. Vapes or e-cigarettes are prohibited.
Yes, all clinical staff are licensed through the State of Wisconsin. We have a multi-disciplinary staff
comprised of Master’s level clinicians, AODA licensed clinicians and Licensed Professional Counselors.
Currently, pets are not allowed on campus. You are welcome to bring a photo of your furry friend if
Currently, pets are not allowed on campus. You are welcome to bring a photo of your furry friend for
comfort if you’d like!
Once you have been admitted into the 28-day residential treatment program, you will not leave the
facility unless it is part of programming.
In 1997, the Jackie Nitschke Center was named after the late wife of Green Bay Packers great, Ray Nitschke. Jackie Nitschke was a recovering alcoholic and an outspoken advocate in the recovery community. She openly shared her journey with others, teaching our community that the disease of addiction crosses all income levels and families.