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Top Montana Addiction Recovery Centers: Reviews and Ratings

All addiction treatment programs differ from each other in some regard. Just as it’s important to receive treatment, it’s also important to do your research before committing to a program. Ratings and reviews can help you narrow down your search. They cover various program details, such as meals and nutrition, cleanliness, visitor policy, internet/phone policy, staff-to-patient ratio, and more.

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Treatment Centers in Montana

Rocky Mountain Treatment Center
920 4th Ave N Great Falls, MT 59401
Wilderness Treatment Center
200 Hubbart Dam Road Marion, MT 59925
Rimrock
1231 North 29th Street Billings, MT 59101
Acadia Montana
55 Basin Creek Road Butte, MT 59701
Pathways Treatment Center
200 Heritage Way Kalispell, MT 59901
Montana Chemical Dependency Center
525 East Mercury Street Butte, MT 59701
Flathead Valley Chemical Dependency Clinic
1312 North Meridian Road Kalispell, MT 59901
Missoula Urban Indian Health Center
830 West Central Missoula, MT 59801
Mental Health Center
1325 Wyoming Street Missoula, MT 59801
Share House
1335 Wyoming Street Missoula, MT 59801
District II Alcohol & Drug
119 South Kendrick Avenue Glendive, MT 59330
Chemical Dependency Services
1009 6th Avenue North Glasgow, MT 59230
Wellness Possebilities
319 First Ave Laurel, MT 59044

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More Info About Rehab in Montana

Drug Addiction in Montana

Montana is facing a substance abuse crisis. Public health departments and hospitals report that substance abuse is one of the most serious health problems in Montana communities. The cost of substance abuse in terms of child welfare, healthcare, and the criminal justice system is putting a strain on the state’s budget.1

Drug overdoses are the cause of approximately 2,500 emergency room visits and inpatient admissions each year in the state. 1

Addiction by the Numbers
  • Nearly 250 deaths are attributed to drug overdose per year in Montana.1
  • Past-month heavy alcohol use among adults was higher than the national average according to data from 2010-2014. About 62,000 adults aged 12 and older reported heavy alcohol use per year during that time period.2
  • Only 8% of people in Montana ages 12 and older that struggled with alcohol abuse or dependence received treatment within the previous year, according to 2010-2014 survey data.2
  • Montana data from 2010-2014 found that among individuals ages 12 and older with illicit drug abuse or dependence problems, just 6.9% received treatment within the prior year.2
  • The number of people in substance use treatment in Montana, according to single-day counts, increased from 4,429 in 2013 to 5,064 in 2015.4
How Much Does Rehab Cost?

One of the major reasons people don’t seek treatment is due to the cost, but not every program costs the same. The price can vary greatly from free to hundreds of thousands of dollars, depending on the type, length, and location of the program you choose, as well as your insurance policy.

If you have insurance, it’s likely that your provider will cover at least part of your recovery program, if not all. If you’re not sure what your plan entails, call your insurance company for details concerning your specific plan. If you don’t have insurance, many treatment programs offer ways to mitigate the costs of recovery, including scholarships, payment plans, and sliding scales.

Treatment Options

Montana has a variety of inpatient and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment centers located across the state in major cities and towns including Anaconda, Billings, Butte, Box Elder, Fort Benton, Fort Harrison, Great Falls, Harlem, Miles City, Libby, and more.3

In addition to substance abuse treatment for adults, Montana offers specialized addiction treatment programs for adolescents, veterans, trauma survivors, people with co-occurring mental health disorders, and other special populations.3 The Crow Nation Recovery Center also has a Tribal Health Department.3

Local Resources for Recovering Addicts
Sources
  1. Montana.gov. Official State Website. (2017). New report charts practical steps to tackle Montana’s substance abuse problems.
  2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2015). Behavioral Health Barometer: Montana, 2015.
  3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2016). National Directory of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Facilities 2016.
  4. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2017). Behavioral Health Barometer: Montana, Volume 4.
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