Drug Rehabilitation and Substance Abuse Resources in Montana

Find the best options for treatment, detox, rehab and more.

Find Drug and Alcohol Treatment in Montana That Works

From the Rocky Mountains to the Great Plains, Montana’s stunning views and picturesque landscapes are truly captivating. The Treasure State lives up to its name, with more wildlife than any other state (including grizzly bears, bighorn sheep, caribou, and many more), Yellowstone Park, and scenic mountain pathways like “Going to the Sun Road.” Montana is home to authors like Dorothy Baker, daredevils like Evel Knievel and actors like Gary Cooper. Residents and visitors agree: There’s so much to love about this Western gem.

But for all its beauty, Montana is afflicted with toxic substances that are both addictive and deadly: drugs and alcohol. And as the opioid epidemic rages on across the country, Montana has seen a rise in substance and alcohol use disorders in the past few years. But this trend doesn’t have to continue. Doctors, addiction specialists and caring community leaders are working together to ensure that those who need help can get into Montana alcohol treatment or find the right Montana drug rehab center. If you are one such Montanian, or know someone who needs treatment, you can find resources here, or call The Recovery Village to get started with rehabilitation now.  

Our Closest Facility:

The Recovery Village Ridgefield Detox Center888 South Hillhurst Road Ridgefield WA 98642 (360) 857-6655

The Recovery Village does not operate in the state of Montana. Our closest facility is in Palmer Lake CO and can be seen in the map above.

Montana’s Opioid Crisis

Montana is not immune to the effects of the opioid crisis ravaging America. A large percentage of the population currently takes opioid medications regularly, and nearly 70 out of every 100 Montana residents had opioid prescriptions in 2016. These powerful narcotics are notorious for causing more harm than healing though. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), opioid overdoses were responsible for 114 deaths in Montana in 2016. While these statistics are shocking, hope is on the horizon for the people of Montana. If you or a loved one is addicted to opioids, the below resources can help.

Montana Drug & Alcohol Hotlines

Caring professionals are here to listen 24 hours a day, seven days a week on any of these hotlines.

  • SAMHSA Treatment Helpline

    If you’re struggling with a substance use disorder, the SAMHSA Treatment Referral Helpline can help connect you with appropriate resources.

  • Poison Control

    Poisoning emergencies, especially those involving drugs or alcohol, can be deadly when handled incorrectly. This hotline can answer any questions regarding poisoning.

Dial 911 if you or someone you love is in immediate danger.

Alcohol and Drug Treatment in Montana Cities

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Montana Drug Abuse

Substance use disorders affect people across the United States, regardless of gender, race and social status. Montana is no exception. The following statistics help demonstrate the extent of the problem in state and highlight the need for alcohol and drug treatment in Montana:

Of Individuals Aged 12 or Older
Addicted to Alcohol

This percentage equates to approximately 65,000 individuals in the state. Of those with alcohol dependence or abuse, only 8 percent received treatment. Access to affordable, high-quality treatment is key to combatting Montana’s alcohol problem.

Between 2012 and 2015
Prescription Opioid Deaths

While overall overdose deaths were fortunately at a 15-year-low in 2015, even one overdose is too many. As prescription opioids have become more of a problem in Montana, overdose deaths have since increased.

Since 2013
Increase in Heroin Use

Like much of the United States, heroin use is on the rise in Montana. This is strongly influenced and driven by increases in prescription drug use in the state and across the country.

In 2016
DCI Drug Investigations Were Meth-Related

While meth has always been a problem in The Treasure STate, usage is on the rise. Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) seizures have revealed increases in purity levels in recent years, hinting at increases in stronger, deadlier forms of the drug.

If you’re seeking drug or alcohol treatment in Montana and are ready to check in to inpatient drug rehab, Montana has plentiful options. When deciding where to go, it’s important to consider out-of-state facilities too, which can often be beneficial in the recovery process. Whether you’re looking for intensive care or a clinic that offers outpatient drug rehab, Montana resources can vary greatly. Consider the following when deciding on a treatment center:

Choosing a Montana Rehab Facility

There are dozens of known drug addictions in the U.S., and no two are exactly alike. No two Florida alcohol treatment and drug rehab centers are exactly alike either. That’s why choosing the drug rehab center that will meet all of your needs is so important to your recovery. You will likely have many questions before enrolling in a rehab program. Luckily, every rehabilitation center is staffed with trained specialists who can guide you in making the best decision. Regardless of what substance you’re struggling with, there’s a Florida recovery center that can help.

The Recovery Village offers three drug and alcohol rehab centers throughout sunny Florida, including Orlando, Umatilla and Sebring (teens only), as well as an aftercare center in Maitland. These centers all share the same mission of helping people recover from their addictions in a healthy, soothing and supportive environment. Each Florida rehab treatment center of the Recovery Village:

  • Levels of care offered (i.e. detox, partial hospitalization, outpatient, etc.)
  • Accreditations of the center
  • Reviews from past clients
  • Specialties of the treatment staff (i.e. addiction counselors, clinicians, etc.)
  • Whether or not programs can be customized
  • Your intended length of stay
  • Whether or not treatment is confidential

The Recovery Village: Your Destination for Wellness

While there are many different options for drug or alcohol rehab in Montana, some may need to travel out of state to pursue sobriety away from familiar triggers. That’s where The Recovery Village comes in, with centers in nearby Washington and Colorado. No matter which facility you go to, you can rest assured that The Recovery Village will provide you with an individualized treatment plan that includes one-on-one counseling, so you can begin the path to sobriety — physically and mentally.

The Recovery Village Ridgefield

Ridgefield, Washington

  • Programs include medical detox, intensive inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient
  • A variety of on- and off-site activities and therapy options
  • Wellness-inspired amenities and scenic views

The Recovery Village Palmer Lake

Palmer Lake, Colorado

  • Levels of care include intensive outpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient drug and alcohol rehab
  • Individual and 12-step group therapy, along with yoga and massage therapy
  • Refreshing mountain views

The Recovery Village Columbus

Groveport, Ohio

  • Medical detox, intensive inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient programs
  • Amenities like an art studio, two gyms, a rec room and more
  • Peaceful location with access to two Columbus airports

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