A History of Helping
For over 40 years, caring professionals at Arbor Place have provided a starting point to recovery.
Located in Menomonie, WI, near Eau Claire, Arbor Place, Inc. treatment center offers individuals and families a beginning point to get well. Starting with a phone call or stopping by, we aim to have people feel comfortable and confident in their choice to reach out to us.About Us
How We’ve Helped
I found myself in a place I had never expected to be. I was failing in life and losing myself. My counselor at Arbor Place was excellent. I felt listened to and my treatment was personalized to me. I really believe Arbor Place helped save my life.Learn More
The facility is amazing! The fact that the women and men have their own neighborhood is a very wise decision. I have been fortunate to be with a wonderful group of ladies. We are close, we care, and get along. I can’t say enough about the entire staff – counselors, RTWs, interns, and all others.Our Facilities
Thank you Arbor Place! All the different groups [in residential treatment] help me understand myself, the brain – how it is different for people with addiction. Every single group is a learning experience to guide me and will be a resource to help me in so many aspects of my addiction and recovery.Residential Treatment
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