Montana provides coverage under Medicaid, medicare and medi-cal program options. There is currently an opioid epidemic and addiction issue throughout the country, and through the use of the right coverage and help in the area, many may be able to reduce the lives that are lost to this epidemic.
Overwhelmed, but making progress, those that are in Montana are looking towards boosting the budget and including the treatment plans for opioid addictions and other addictions in the mix. With treatment centers constantly filling before anyone is able to get extended periods of help, the relapse times are becoming overwhelming with the number of people returning after already being there and getting help.
Resources are provided below for those that are in the medicare, Medicaid and medi-cal programs and not private insurance programs, that require or want specific help for the addiction they are struggling with. Help is a call away.
Alternative Youth Care
4880 U.S. Highway 93 South, Kalispell, MT 59901
Phone: (406) 857-2506 www.alternativeyouthcare.net
EASTERN MONTANA CMHC – BAKER CLINICAL & SADS OFFICE
Mailing Address: PO Box 1530 • Miles City, MT 59301 Phone: 406-234-1687 & Fax: 406-234-1698
10 W. Fallon Ave., Baker, MT 59313 phone: (406) 234-1687
Website: http://www.emcmhc.org various location and services incl residential
MONTANA RESCUE MISSION
2902 Minnesota Ave, Billings, MT 59101
phone: (406) 259-3800
E-Mail: proberts(AT)montanarescuemission.org Website: http://montanarescuemission.org
- Men, women & women w/children
Men’s Shelter – 2822 Minnesota Avenue, Billings, Montana 59101 Ph 406-259-6079
Montana Rescue Mission Support – 2902 Minnesota Ave, Billings, MT 59101 ph 406-259-3800
Women & Children’s Shelter – 2520 1st Avenue North, Billings, Montana 59101 ph 406-259-3105
GREAT FALLS RESCUE MISSION
311 2nd Ave S, Great Falls, MT 59403
phone: (406) 761-2653 / Fax: (406) 452-7734 Website: http://greatfallsrescuemission.com
- residential living program
- men and women