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Area 40 Montana - Help to solve common problems and recover from alcoholism.
Montana Department of Health and Human Services Chemical Dependency Services assesses the need for chemical dependency treatment and prevention services throughout Montana. Those services are available through contracts with 18 state-approved programs. The bureau reimburses for a full range of outpatient and inpatient services, as well as an education program for DUI offenders.
Suicide Prevention Information & Resources depression is treatable, suicide is preventable.
Benefis: Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Services (Behavioral Health) - Offers addiction-counseling services for adults and adolescents.
Center for Mental Health - Provides therapeutic and preventative mental health services.
Center for Mental Health: Peer Support - Assists people with mental illness.
Central Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) - Al Anon and AA Teen: Support group for those struggling with chemical dependency or family members with chemical dependency issues.
Faith Center - Foresquare Denomination. A large variety of classes are offered for kids, teens, adults and seniors. See website for more details.
First Presbyterian Church - Al-Anon: Support group for family members of individuals with chemical dependency issues (Thurs: 6pm), Stephen Ministries: Trained Christian counseling.
First United Methodist Church - Helping people with spiritual growth for service in Gods inclusive community.
Gateway Community Services - Private, non-profit agency specializing in the prevention and treatment of alcohol and drug problems.
Great Falls Rescue Mission - Focus on helping men, women and children by providing food, shelter and a caring environment with a Christian emphasis.
Indian Family Health Clinic - Provide medical care to low-income individuals with tribal affiliations.
Mercy Ministry of Vineyard Christian Fellowship - To provide necessities free to those in need.
Mountain Peaks - Provides youth and families with community based services, consultation, and problem solving skills.
New Directions Center - Provides assistance to people with mental health issues.
Peace Lutheran Church - Substance Abuse and Addictions Treatment.
Projectknow.com - Allows individuals to access listings to treatment programs throughout the State. This is the biggest national repository of substance abuse treatment facilities available conveniently online, and it can help you with finding the knowledge and help you may need for rehab, detox and addiction therapy choices.
Rocky Mountain Treatment Center- Offers in patient treatment for alcohol and drug abuse, addictions and addictive behaviors.
Wellness Recovery Center - Partners with people and communities to produce exceptional, integrated mental health and substance abuse services.
Child Developmental Center. Fort Missoula. 549-6413. Provides services to families whose children, ages birth through 21, have a developmental disability or who are considered to be at risk for developmental delay. Center-based services include evaluations, diagnosis and recommendations, autism spectrum disorder evaluations and recommendations, neonatal intensive care unit screening clinics, and early childhood screenings. Home-based services include family education and support, early intervention for infants and toddlers, intensive family education and support.
Counseling and Psychological Services, Curry Health Center, University of Montana. 243-2122. Counseling services and “Self Over Substances” program, Student Assault Recovery Services. For UM students.
Divorcing Parents. Parenting Programs of Families First, 227 1/2 W. Front St. 721-7690. Offers classes, support groups, individual or joint consultations and a lending library to parents who are divorcing or separating.
Grief Resources. Tamarack Grief Resource Center - 516 5. Orange St. 541-8472.Provides stabilizing and compassionate assistance for children, teens, adults and families amid bereavement, loss and life transitions, as well as educational opportunities for professionals throughout Montana. Individual and family consultations, parent support and education, and professional workshops are available. Youth bereavement groups are scheduled as interest lists fill.
Missoula Urban Indian Health Center. 830W. Central Ave. 829-9515. Open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Works with individuals and families on a one-to-one counseling basis. Has a Talking Circle similar to Alcoholics Anonymous. Also has an intensive outpatient program, mental health counseling and the Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention program for Native American youth. Its health programs deal with diabetes, AIDS education and awareness and promote disease prevention. Offers a state-certified chemical dependency program to everyone, not just Native Americans.
Salvation Army Social Services. 339 W. Broadway. 549-0710. Open 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. Social Services provides short-term emergency assistance for low-income and homeless people and other services, including advocacy, counseling, referral and friendly visiting.
Summit Independent Living Center. 700 S.W. Higgins Ave., Suite 101. 728-1630 (voice/TTD). This nonresidential program provides advocacy, peer counseling, independent living skills training, self-directed personal assistance services, information and referral and other supportive services to people with disabilities, their friends and family members. Also provides information and technical assistance on accessibility, disability rights, the Americans with Disabilities Act and other disability laws, programs and regulations.