Does someone you know need or want treatment for a substance use or mental health issue?
Emergency? CALL 911 immediately
Feeling suicidal? CALL 988 -Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
CALL 211 for Non-Emergency Local Information and/or Referrals
Connect with 211 and/or access the 211 webpage and select the Addictions tab (Mental Health is also a tab choice) OR, use the Bright App to find a Behavioral Health provider ("Behavioral Health" includes both substance use and mental health)
Here are some ways to seek help:
Adult and Teen Challenge - Inpatient faith-based treatment and recovery (serves women only)
All Nations Health Center - Culturally-centered outpatient treatment
Crosswinds Recovery - Structured, supportive, recovery-based housing and outpatient addiction therapy
Graham House - inpatient treatment (serves men only)
Hope Rescue Mission - Currently, inpatient treatment (serves women only)
Ideal Option - Outpatient and MOUD (Medications for Opioid Use Disorder) treatment
Mountain Home Montana - Inpatient and outpatient treatment (serves women and their children)
Partnership Health Center - Outpatient and MOUD treatment
Recovery Center Missoula - Inpatient (3.1 facility - serves men only) comprehensive integrated treatment program in Western Montana.
Recovery Center Montana - Residential Adult Chemical Dependency Treatment Facilities, Residential Adult Male Treatment Centers and Residential Adult Female Treatment Centers
Stepping Stones Behavioral Health Services - Outpatient treatment
University of Montana Curry Health Center - Outpatient counseling and treatment services for students
Western Montana Mental Health Center - Substance abuse treatment programs for adults or children living in Montana.
Winds of Change - offering recovery services in the Missoula area through Therapy, Case Management, Substance Use Treatment, Community Based Psychiatric Rehab & Support, Wellness Program with personal wellness coaches, Recovery Groups, and Adult Group Home Living.
Tamarack Grief Resource Center - Counseling for youth, teens, adults, couples and families throughout Montana
Montana VA - Drug and alcohol treatment and rehabilitation
Alcoholics Anonymous: A fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
Need additional options?
Try SAMHSA's Treatment Locator.
Many outpatient therapists register on the Pyschology Today website.
Fostering physical, emotional, social and intellectual growth for Missoula’s youth.
Removing obstacles and paving the way for hard working families to get ahead financially.
Working to ensure that everyone in Missoula has the tools they need to live a healthy life.