RECOVERY BEGINS HERE
At Tellurian, we specialize in treating people who suffer from alcohol and/or drug addiction. We are unique in that our patients receive both psychological and medical treatment simultaneously by our Dually Certified Medical Team.
The staff at Tellurian is firmly committed to the belief that every person with an addiction has the ability to recover. By offering compassion and understanding, combined with state-of-the-art treatment modalities, Tellurian focuses on meeting the needs of each patient though a combination of science and service.
Every person’s journey is unique which is why we meet each of our patients where they are at. This means that our medical treatment plans are not ‘one size fits all’, but are tailored to each individual patient so they are able to achieve greater success.
Tellurian is an approved provider of the UW Alcohol Education Program for the University of Wisconsin - Madison (formerly known as UW BASICS Program) The UW Alcohol Education Program is utilized as a conduct sanction for alcohol policy violations.
Tellurian provides public education, information and resources on issues relating to substance addiction, alcohol abuse and the impact they can have on individual lives, families, and within communities.
Highly individualized and based specific patient needs as diagnosed by the counselor.
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Columbia County’s medication assisted drug treatment program is underway with requests coming in and boots on the ground. “As you can see the numbers have almost doubled per month,” Columbia County MAT Coordinator Stacy Davenport told the 16 participants in Prevention and Response Columbia County at the group’s monthly meeting Tuesday.
For years, Mary Rauwolf’s son struggled with mental illness and opioid addiction. Mary and her husband worked to find a treatment program for their son that was effective, available and affordable.
Word is getting out among drug addicts that there’s help available through a new service based in Baraboo. But not enough people in the community know more support is needed to free Sauk County from heroin’s grip.