Mission –Coordinated treatment and recovery support for those affected by substance use in northern and central Wisconsin communities.
Vision – Build hope in communities together to overcome substance use disorders and support recovery.
HOPE Consortium, formed in 2015, is a partnership of organizations that formed in response to grant funding that was available under Wisconsin HOPE legislation to address growing problems associated with opioid misuse in rural, northern Wisconsin. It was expanded in 2017 to include the provision of care for those affected by methamphetamine use. The partnership of organizations represents a collaborative rural model for substance use disorder treatment and recovery support. Those currently served include men, women, and affected family members, with priority for women of childbearing age, who live in Forest, Iron, Oneida, Price, or Vilas Counties or the Forest County Potawatomi, Lac du Flambeau Chippewa, or Sokaogon Chippewa Tribal Nations. In 2020, HOPE Consortium was expanded to include a Central Region, consisting of Clark, Jackson, Portage and Wood Counties and HoChunk Tribal Nation. Family Health Center of Marshfield, Inc., serves as the grantee and provides staff support to the HOPE Consortium.
HOPE Consortium treatment providers include:
|North Region Partners||Central Region Partners|
|Ascension Koller Behavioral Health||TBA|
|DLM Consulting, LLC||TBA|
|Forest County Potawatomi AODA Services||TBA|
|Iron County Human Services||TBA|
|Lac du Flambeau Chippewa Family Resource Center||TBA|
|Marshfield Clinic Health System: Family Health Center of Marshfield, Inc. Alcohol & Drug Recovery Center – Minocqua||TBA|
|Options Counseling Services/Koinonia Residential Treatment Center||TBA|
|Price County Health and Human Services||TBA|
|Sokaogon Chippewa Community Health Clinic||TBA|
|The Human Service Center (Forest, Oneida, and Vilas Counties)||TBA|