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The Hope Project: Comprehensive Opioid Treatment Services for Women

ARC The Hope Project • 1409 Emil Street, Madison, WI 53713 • (608) 283-6426

The Hope Project is a holistic harm reduction program for women who have a concern/diagnosis of opioid or stimulant addiction. This is a voluntary program for women who have a desire to work towards positive change. The Hope Project offers the inclusion of mind, body, and spirit in the services offered; while recognizing the importance of respecting individuals cultural and identity needs. Our focus is to connect you with resources that support your goals. We offer support groups, touchstone Counseling, and Peer Support. We work with individuals who are interested in Medication Assisted Treatment services, such as Suboxone, Methadone, Buprenorphine, Naltrexone. Financial support for the medication of choice is available.

"ARC has been a truly wonderful and inspiring place in my life."

—Former Client

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Women Served

Women 18 and older with an opioid or stimulant use disorder. Self-referrals are welcome. ARC also accepts referrals from social services agencies and other agencies. For information or to schedule an assessment, please call (608) 283-6426.

Call 283-6426 or email


Free to women without insurance or coverage for this service. This program is funded by a grant from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. Some insurance or self-pay accepted.


This program was initiated in the fall of 2018 with State Opioid Response grant funding awarded by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services


Counseling services are offered by multiple ARC programs that are certified as an outpatient, day treatment, or residential treatment service for substance use disorders or as a mental health outpatient clinic for treatment of co-occurring disorders.

Funding for this program was made possible by SABG 3B08TI010057-18 funding. The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health Services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government or the state of Wisconsin.