Substance Use Disorder Services
Western Montana Mental Health Center is proud to offer a number of programs and treatment options for those suffering from Substance Use Disorders (SUD), and those who may also have a co-occurring mental health disorder. All SUD services utilize evidenced based interventions to promote a healing recovery process for adults, adolescents, and their families. Some sites offer specialty programs for woman and criminal offenders. All clinical services are reviewed and licensed annually by the State of Montana. Special grants are available to offset the cost of services for consumers who are financially eligible. Services are billed to Insurance, Medicaid, Grants, and self.
Assessment, Course, and Treatment (ACT) is for individuals convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs. Misdemeanor Dangerous Drug (MDD) intervention services are offered on a continual basis for individuals receiving an MDD citation. ACT/MDD programs are licensed by the State of Montana, and DUI monitoring may be a part of the program. Each clinic site also offers Minor in Possession (MIP) classes to youth 18 and younger who have been convicted of illegal possession of alcohol. The MIP program includes youth and family group education, urinalysis and, if needed, further service recommendations.
The following services are offered on an outpatient basis to adults, youth/adolescents and families. Please contact your local Western Montana Mental Health Center office for more information on any of these services.
- Substance Use Disorder Assessments
- Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient therapy including group and individual sessions
- Relapse Prevention
- Substance Use Disorder Day Treatment
Those clinic sites providing substance use prevention services tailor services to fit the needs of the community served. Activities may include mentoring, support of after-school programs, leadership development, provision of substance related information, and community education services. Community prevention programs and projects are aimed at reducing the far-reaching negative consequences alcohol and other drug abuse has on the community and the quality of life of an individual and the family.
In Missoula we also provide a unique school-based Flagship Program. Learn more here.
Recovery Center Missoula is specifically designed to meet the needs of clients over 18 and their families who are affected by substance use disorders, and co-occurring substance use/mental health disorders. Physical, emotional, and spiritual needs are addressed with an interdisciplinary team of licensed professionals. Detoxification services and offered as a part of an overall treatment program. Several continuing care groups are provided for RCM graduates and include Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention, Process Group, and Medication Assisted Therapy support group.
INTEGRATED MEDICATION ASSISTED TREATMENT
Medication Assisted Treatment (or MAT) is a highly effective, evidence based treatment protocol for individuals struggling with Opioid Use Disorder. Individuals who utilize MAT are three times more likely to achieve sustained recovery than those who follow more traditional approaches. What sets Recovery Center Missoula apart is our integrated approach, known as IMAT. Patients work closely with a team of professional dedicated to bringing together four essential components of recovery: Biological, Psychological, Social and Spiritual. By assisting our patients to integrate these areas into a healthy, thriving, content whole, sustained recovery can be achieved by over 70% of patients who successfully participate in our program.
Learn more about the Recovery Center Missoula here.
Share House – A therapeutic group home with intensive recovery programming offering a supportive living environment, case management and assistance in enhancing living skills for clients with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. Clients concurrently participate in mental health and substance use disorder treatment while living in the home.
Carole Graham Home – Designed for women and their dependent children. Case management, life skills, parenting courses, and concurrent treatment for substance use disorders and co-occurring disorders are provided while in services.
The Nest – Designed for women and their dependent children. Case management, life skills, parenting courses, and concurrent treatment for substance use disorders and co-occurring disorders are provided while in services.
Serenity Cove Apartments is step-down transitional housing for women who have completed the program at the Carole Graham Home and their children. This facility provides moderate structure while transitioning into the community.