Opioid Treatment Center (OTC)
Dodge County provides a solution-focused program to address the ongoing needs of individuals dealing with opioid and stimulant use disorders.
At the Opioid Treatment Center (OTC), our goal is to provide a comprehensive array of recovery treatments and psycho-social rehabilitation services to assist individuals in utilizing professional, community, and natural support systems to address their needs. We cannot achieve these goals alone; our community is in need and together we can effect change.
Recovery Support
Dodge County
  • Matrix Model Outpatient Substance Abuse Groups
    • Day Treatment
    • Intensive Outpatient
    • Family Education
  • Intoxicated Driver Program Assessment
  • Psychiatric Evaluation/Medication
  • Mental Health Counseling: Individual or Group
  • 24-hour Crisis Services
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Who is Eligible
  • Must be 18 years or older
  • May not be currently incarcerated
  • Living with opioid or stimulant use concerns

Please Note: Outpatient treatment services will only be offered for participants at Dodge County Human Services office locations.

What to Expect

This is a voluntary program. Participants will have the option to stay in the program for as long as they need. Additional referrals to other community programs will be established prior to discharge.

OTC staff will contact all new referrals within 48 hours to complete an intake and schedule an assessment.

Participants will be assigned to a Recovery Support Specialist and meet within seven days. Together, they will create an Individual Recovery Plan that identifies goals, strengths, and barriers.

Each participant will meet with their Recovery Support Specialist weekly for case management.

Once per month, participants will have a team meeting with members of their identified support system to review the Individualized Recovery Plan.

Referrals are accepted from all sources; determination of program eligibility will be made by OTC staff.

Program Goals
  • Education to the community
  • Clinical treatment options
  • Individual case plans
  • Ongoing case management support
  • Accountability
  • Goal planning
  • A person-centered approach
  • MAT (Medication-Assisted Treatment)
  • Referrals for local residential treatment placement options
  • Financial assistance for treatment needs based on eligibility
  • Reconnecting with family members
Contact an Intake Specialist Today
Sirona Flame
Dodge County offers A Safe Access Point for referrals and treatment. These are locations within the community that assist in finding help and support for anyone suffering with opioid or stimulant use disorders.
Safe Access Point Locations

Dodge County Sheriff’s Department
124 West Street,
Juneau, WI 53039

Dodge County Jail
216 W Center St,
Juneau, WI 53039

Horicon Police Department
220 Ellison St,
Horicon, WI 53032

Waupun Police Department
16 E Main St,
Waupun, WI 53963

Juneau Police Department
128 Cross St,
Juneau, WI 53039

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