Division of Community Corrections (DCC)

Division of Community Corrections (DCC) H​​ome

Lance Wiers​ma, Administrator
Autumn Lacy, Assistant Administrator

Department of Corrections 
Division of Community Corrections 
P.O. Box 7925 
Madison, WI  53707-7925

Phone: (608) 240-5300​
Fax: (608) 240-3850

​About Community Corrections

The Division of Community Corrections (DCC) is charged with supervising more than 68,000 offenders placed by the courts on probation, parole or extended supervision in the community. The mission of the Division of Community Corrections is to enhance public safety through the management and reduction of offender risk by providing supervision and collaboration with community partners to assist offenders to change their behavior and repair the harm they have done.

​Probation and parole agents supervise offenders daily in the community and also provide investigative services to the courts, the Division of Adult Institutions, and the Parole Commission to aid in sentencing and community reentry planning. Under limited circumstances, agents supervise juveniles released to aftercare programs and persons conditionally released from mental health facilities.

​Community Corrections Resources

Drug Rehab Centers in Wisconsin​​

​Find accredited treatment centers in Wisconsin by city. Find all recovery options in nearby cities and sort by detox, inpatient, outpatient, aftercare, payment type, amenities and more.​

Alcohol​ & Drug Rehab Centers in Wisconsin & Free Treatment Resources​

​Find the best alcohol and drug rehab centers in Wisconsin. Choose from 380 outpatient, 150 inpatient, and 153 detox facilities. Get the answer to common rehab FAQs including drug laws in Wisconsin, substance abuse statistics, and how much addiction treatment costs.

Wisconsin Free Alochol & Drug Rehab Centers​​​

There are many types of free drug rehab centers available. Some of these include:

  • ​​State Funded Free Rehab: These are government funded programs and facilities. To qualify for such programs, a person must demonstrate that they lack adequate insurance coverage and the means to pay for treatment out-of-pocket
  • Non-Profit Free Rehab: Non-profit free rehab:There are many nonprofit organizations that either operate treatment centers or provide funding to centers that offer free alcohol and drug rehab programs for those in need of help.
  • Faith-Based Free Rehab: Many religious organizations offer drug and alcohol recovery treatment at no cost as part of their ministry services. Many also offer payment assistance for those that qualify. Some examples are the Salvation Army Adult Rehab Centers.​