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Never Alone Recovery Support Services
Never Alone Recovery Support Services has drop-in centers in Ronan and Pablo. The centers provide recovery support group meetings, peer support, skill-building classes, job service and vocational training, and sober events. Never Alone also has recovery residence programs for those looking for sober living arrangements. If you’re in Lake County, consider stopping in!
Alliance for Youth Sober Life
Alliance for Youth’s Sober Life program operates in Great Falls. They offer a range of free, family-friendly sober events and activities, as well as volunteer opportunities, peer recovery coaching, and help connecting to food, housing, and employment services. If you’re in the area, the Sober Life program could be the resource you’re looking for.
Center for Recovering Students
Students at Montana State University can find support at the Center for Recovering Students, a dedicated hang-out and study space with coffee, snacks, and more. The Center provides recreational opportunities, service work, study sessions, a network of alumni, and peer mentorship.
Montana meth project
The Montana Meth Project focuses on preventing first-time meth use, especially in teens. They use public art campaigns, educational videos aimed at adolescents, stories from those in recovery, and documentaries to share the perils of meth use.
Montana Rescue Mission
For those in Yellowstone County in need of food or shelter, the Montana Rescue Mission can help. They provide a low-barrier emergency shelter program for those not yet committed to sobriety, give transportation to shelter, help create care plans, and provide three meals per day, including sack lunches for those who work. They also offer mental health care, life skills training, case management, housing services, internships, and ongoing support.
A Ray of Hope
A Ray of Hope in Kalispell operates a thrift store as well as a homeless shelter for men and another one for women and children. Residents work in the thrift store, gaining valuable work experience. All services are free of charge, and residents are required to maintain sobriety, be accountable, and follow program guidelines. No one is turned away under normal circumstances.
Open Aid Alliance
The Open Aid Alliance in Missoula operates a syringe program and provides safer injection kits, safer sex supplies, and naloxone (Narcan) kits with overdose prevention training. They can mail supplies within the state of Montana to those not in the Missoula area. The program also offers HIV/Hep C/STI testing and counseling, housing assistance for those with HIV, case management, PrEP, and referrals to medical care and substance use treatment for those who are interested.
Montana 211
Montana’s 211 program allows state residents to access a wide variety of social services, including housing services, child and/or senior care, medical care, referrals to substance use treatment and recovery resources, education and employment support, and much more. 211 operates in 36 of Montana’s 56 counties.
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Recovery Residence Registry
The State of Montana maintains a list of Recovery Residences throughout the state. These programs provide sober living arrangements and may offer additional services such as recovery meetings, transportation assistance, employment support, and more. Reach out to Recovery Residence programs in your area to learn more.
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