Recovery and Support


Individual and Family Support

Elevate provides trained counselors for those with family members or friends struggling with substance abuse or an addiction.       

Family Support Group

Elevate offers a family support group facilitated by a trained professional who provides education to help individuals and families understand the disease of addiction, and how best to help their loved one—while reclaiming their own quality of life. Participants share their stories to help and encourage others, while learning coping and communication skills to deal with the effects an addict’s actions can have on others.   They come to understand that they are not to blame for their loved one’s substance abuse and they receive support as they learn to let go of their loved one’s addiction.

Elevate’s Family Education Program is free and open to the public. The program offers a “drop in” approach so you can attend as needed or based upon your schedule.  Group sessions are held every week.

Choose from one of these weekly meeting times or locations:

NEW – Starting October 25, 2018

Divine Savior Lutheran Church
3200 Co. Rd. K, Hartford, WI.,  53027
Group will be held in the lower level in room B-11
Enter via the main entrance under the canopy
10 a.m. to noon

Other Family Support Group Meeting Locations include:

Elevate Inc.
Elevate, Inc
N169W21005 Meadow Lane, Jackson, WI. 53037
5 p.m. to 7 p.m.


Holy Angels Church
138 N. 8th Street, West Bend, WI. 53095
Group held in the Mission Room in the lower level of the Church.
Enter via the carport entrance off the main parking lot.
10 a.m. to noon

Please contact Elevate for more information or to check if a group may have been cancelled for weather or illness.  Pre-registration is encouraged but not required!  Call 262-677-2216.

Alcohol and Other Drug Intervention Support

The family plays a central role in the treatment of any health issue, including substance abuse. Sometimes, in an effort to help get their loved one into treatment, families will plan an intervention meeting to convince the substance abuser that they need help. Elevate staff, experienced in facilitating these sessions, is available to assist in preparation and implementation of these sessions. Interventions are a preferred alternative to court-ordered treatment. Please call us for more information.

“We had heard about Elevate’s support group but we didn’t know anyone there so it took a while for us to take that first step and attend a meeting. From the moment we walked in the door and heard the stories, we knew we were in the right place.”
— Family Support Group Participant

For those Seeking Help with Addiction

Peer Support Services

Elevate's Peer Support program was implemented in spring 2018 to provide critical support to people struggling with substance abuse and/or mental illness in an effort to support them to initiate and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Elevate's Peer Support program staff assist people in managing symptoms of substance abuse or mental illness and provide resources and ongoing support to help them attain stability on their road to recovery.

Click here for more information about the Peer Support program or contact Elevate at 262-677-2216 and ask to speak with our Peer Support Staff.

Mental Health Crisis Stabilization

Elevate offers housing options for those in the midst of a substance abuse or mental health crisis.

Calm Harbor – Housing

Calm Harbor is a community-based residential care facility that supports an adult mental health population who have recently experienced a crisis in their life.  These individuals are not in need of ongoing medical care, but do require monitoring and support.  
Our state-licensed facility, located in a neighborhood close to shopping and municipal services, has a capacity for eight ambulatory adults.  Our professional staff is equipped to support and monitor our adult clients seven days a week, 24 hours a day, in a safe, home-like atmosphere.  The staff provides daily activities that are appropriate for the unique functioning level of each individual.  Calm Harbor clients are provided with an opportunity to:

•    Develop socialization skills
•    Enhance knowledge of community resources
•    Accelerate the recovery process

There is no way I could possibly express my gratitude for all you have done for me. Without exaggeration, I would not be alive today without your help and support
— Calm Harbor Client

Adult Mental Health Services

Through a collaborative effort with Washington County's Human Services Department, Calm Harbor clients receive:

•    Guidance to transition into the community or from inpatient care
•    Assistance with building positive communication skills
•    Support to develop coping skills

Client medications are monitored and their nutrition and daily needs are provided for.

Intoxication Monitoring

Intoxication monitoring services for individuals who do not require medical or nursing intervention are also included in the services provided by Calm Harbor staff.  Should medical intervention be necessary to address detoxification or psychiatric instability, our staff, in conjunction with the Washington County's Crisis Intervention Team, will coordinate the transfer of the client into a hospital or otherwise more appropriate setting.

All Calm Harbor clients are referred to the program by the Acute Care Service Team, a division of Washington County's Human Services Department.

Supportive Independent Living

Elevate also provides independent living support for adults with mental health issues.  It is a goal-focused program that supports clients in an independent living environment.  We work with clients to help them live independently and with a quality of life that they deserve,

Transitional Apartment Program

Sometimes, individuals have a need for permanent housing after a crisis situation has resolved.  In those cases, Elevate offers a transitional apartment program until permanent living arrangements can be found.

Other Resources

In addition, while Elevate does not provide treatment services for individuals struggling with alcohol and other drug abuse issues, we have listed various resources including treatment facilities and support groups on the resource page of this website.  If you need further assistance in locating additional resources, please do not hesitate to contact us directly at 262-677-2216.