LSS offers residential and crisis services, available through a county referral, to assist individuals who are experiencing a substance use disorder, and who are in need of recovery support.
Residential inpatient addiction treatment
We provide primary inpatient treatment for those in need of more intense services and a residential setting in their early stage of recovery. Our counselors help clients improve their lives using evidence-based practices including cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing techniques, trauma-informed care, social learning theory and gender-specific services. We offer residential addiction services in Southeastern and Northwestern Wisconsin communities to serve as a bridge for recovery, returning to work and reconnecting with family.
Addiction treatment therapies matched to individual needs
Primary residential treatment programs are generally 21 days in length. Professional staff engage participants in a variety of activities, including multiple group sessions each day, individual therapy sessions, family services, educational sessions and specialty services. The treatment programs focus on each individual and address his or her addictive processes. The goal of each program is to explore a wide variety of strategies to help people find their own pathway to recovery. Our core treatment philosophy is based on a partnership with the individuals we serve who are seeking recovery from addiction.
LSS Aspen Center
LSS Aspen Center is the first medically monitored community-based residential care (CBRF) facility in Waukesha County offering affordable comprehensive addiction treatment for both women and men. Building on 40 years of experience treating men in Waukesha County, this is the 17th LSS substance use treatment center in Wisconsin.
The 23,000-square-foot LSS Aspen Center, located at 2000 W. Bluemound Road, provides medically-monitored substance use disorder rehabilitation and therapeutic services for men and women in two gender-specific wings. The center anticipates serving about 125 individuals from Waukesha County and southeastern Wisconsin annually, and has capacity to grow to 34 beds based on need.
It’s designed to fill a growing need for affordable, high-quality addiction treatment services in Waukesha County, particularly for women, who have been referred outside the county due to a lack of options, LSS said.
Take a look inside LSS Aspen Center
• 23,000-square-foot facility located in Waukesha County at 2000 W. Bluemound Road
• 22 total beds for women and men with the capacity to expand to 34 beds
• Expected to serve 125 individuals annually
• Open spring of 2020
24/7 care features:
• Individual counseling
• Family education and counseling
• Group therapy (approximately 20 hours per week)
• Didactic groups
• Gender specific groups
• Co-occurring disorders group
• Recreational activities
The Aspen Center includes individual, small and large group counseling spaces, and fitness and quiet rooms, and outdoor walking path and recreation area. It also offers supportive services related to housing, employment, family education and counseling and continued education. The Aspen Center replaces LSS’s former treatment facility, the 12-bed Genesis House in Waukesha.
If you or someone you love needs help, please reach out via email, or all Aspen Center 414.246.2734
The building at 2000 W. Bluemound previously housed LSS’s regional office before the organization consolidated into its Milwaukee headquarters.
The Fahrman Center
The Fahrman Center residential treatment facility provides residential treatment for people requiring an inpatient setting to begin their recovery. Staff members at the Fahrman Center have assisted over 1,000 people on their road to recovery. The Fahrman Center residential treatment center is located in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and has served the community for 30 years.
This 42-bed adult facility offers addiction treatment for men and women with most services offered in gender-specific groups. Licensed, dedicated and experienced counselors – who have a long-standing passion for helping clients recover – provide therapies that are evidence based and client driven.
Services offered at Fahrman Center:
• Safe, secure home-like environment for recovery
• Variety of treatment options
• Continuing care participation up to 12 months at no additional cost to graduates of our program
• Family programming included in the daily rate
• Licensed under DHS 75 to provide substance use treatment
• Licensed under DHS 83 Class “A” Community Based Residential Facility
Primary inpatient treatment at Fahrman Center is approximately 21 days, and may be followed by Transitional Residential (Halfway House) services for up to 180 days depending on the assessed needs of the individual. During the first 21 days, clients are fully immersed in an intensive treatment regime designed to help stabilize clients in sobriety and begin their path toward recovery. Transitional Residential (Halfway House) services provide a bridge to aid people return to the community with a strong network of resources for continued recovery.
To learn more about services available at the Fahrman Center, please call 715-835-9110.
Visitor Policy LSS Adult Residential Facilities
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