Ujima Program services are dedicated to promoting the self identity and quality of life of African American families who are affected by alcohol and other drug abuse, trauma, and other mental health related issues.
Screening and Referral:
African American adults seeking substance use disorder treatment services can receive a screening appointment. Following the screening appointment they are referred either to the Ujima Treatment Program; to agency outpatient treatment services; or to an appropriate level of care.
Ujima Treatment Program:
Individual, group and family sessions addressing substance use disorders, or co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders treatment with case management services and integrated psychiatry services. Individuals and families can participate in the UJIMA Treatment program for up to 18 months. Program goals include family involvement for at least 6 months.
Community Re-integration Case Management Services:
Assessment, referral, and case management services for individuals leaving Dane County jail and re-integrating into the community.
Must be a Dane County Resident. At least one adult family member must have a substance abuse problem and be willing to participate in alcohol and other drug abuse treatment. Priority will be given to families who have children under age 18. The adult family member seeking services is eligible for treatment under agency contracts, insurance, and/or funding guidelines.
Contact the Ujima Treatment Program at: (608) 280-2520, or (608) 280-2519.
Contact the Community Re-integration Case Manager at: (608) 280-3129.
Services are located at 625 West Washington Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin 53703.