Sober women of La Crosse

The Sober Women of La Crosse hopes to help transform the lives of women.
We provide new strategies to bring sobriety to the forefront of their lives.

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DIVE IN THE WORLD
OF SOBER WOMEN
OF LA CROSSE

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Sober Living for Women

We create an alcohol and drug free living environments for women attempting to abstain from alcohol and drugs.

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Relapse Prevention

We help you see warning signs so can keep you from relapsing, backsliding into an unhealthy lifestyle.

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Online Support

Strong support is crucial to your recovery. Get information and advice for yourself or to support a friend or family members.

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Treatment

We have effective treatment programs for each drug addict and develop a treatment plan to help individuals stop drug use.

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Meetings & Events

Find a Meeting in your area. We suggest that you find a meeting and join us on this journey of recovery.

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Get answer to all your questions for alcohol problem. Also, it begins with an addiction assessment.

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WHO WE ARE

Sober Women Of La Crosse

The Sober Women of La Crosse is a resource center for women battling alcohol addiction in La Crosse, Wisconsin. We are a women-only facility to help with the specific trials faced by women who suffer alcohol addiction. Since 1998 we have helped women in . . . 

What our clients
say about us

“For me, I got pregnant. It’s as simple as that. Once I knew a baby was growing inside of me, I had to put the bottles down. I’m lucky to have as good a reason to quit and luckier still that I was strong enough to know what I needed to do. I never faced judgment from the Sober Women of La Crosse. From day one they welcomed me with open arms and took care of my unborn baby and me like we were their own.”
-Krisha, 30
Mother
“Drinking alcohol was the normal thing to do. My mom drank, my dad drank, my friends drank. If you didn’t drink, then you were boring, and I didn’t want to be boring. Anything but that. It was hard realizing I needed help, especially alone. I lost a lot of friends who didn’t understand why I got sober, but I gained so much more. I’m healthy now, I’ve even gotten my mom to see the difference it’s made in my life. I don’t know what’s next, but I do know I’m going to be sober while doing it.”
-Amanda, 19
Mother

Join Hundreds of sober women

Since 1998 we have helped women in our community find strength and resilience to overcome their struggles.