Montana Free Rehab Centers
You know that Montana is Big Sky Country because of the uninterrupted skyline that can feel like it is overwhelming the landscape. Sometimes, the things that loom large feel like they are taking over. That’s how it has probably been with your drug addiction. The larger it has gotten, the more it has dominated your life. But, you can stop that and MT Free Rehabs can help. They offer you support and comprehensive care aimed at your whole person. With the treatment you receive, you will be able to manage your addiction and regain the healthy, stable life that you desire. If you would like more information or have questions about Montana free drug and alcohol rehab centers you want answered, call 800-402-6251 (Who Answers?) toll-free today. Or, you can click on the name of a nearby city from the list below and do some exploring.
In 2009-2010, statistics concerning Montana’s drug abuse rates were somewhat alarming. The ONDCP lists that past-month drug abuse reported by the state was almost 2 percent higher than the national average (10.77 percent and 8.82 percent, respectively), and “in 2009, the drug-induced death rate in Montana was higher than the national average.” In addition, Montana was “one of the top ten states for rates in several drug-use categories, including:”
- Among persons age 12-17
- Past month illicit drug use
- Past month marijuana use
- Past month illicit drug dependence or abuse
- Among persons age 12 or older
- Past month marijuana use
As a result, the state is in need of more addiction treatment centers, especially when many individuals are not receiving the kind of care they need. While nearly 50% of all primary treatment admissions in Montana are for marijuana, around 25% are for prescription opioid drugs (such as Vicodin and OxyContin). These substances can become very addictive as well as very dangerous when someone abuses them in high doses. The numbers for stimulant treatment admissions in 2005 almost met marijuana admissions at 40% and have since dwindled. Unfortunately, they are now on the rise again, increasing from under 15% to over 20% in less than two years.
There are many rehab centers scattered across the state and especially in major cities, but the United States Census Bureau found the state-wide income is lower than that of the national average by about $3,000. This means many individuals may not be able to afford addiction treatment, especially after abusing drugs for a prolonged period of time which can cause apathy, job loss, and financial issues.
For those individuals who need treatment but cannot afford the high prices of most rehab centers, there are free clinics where patients can receive all the necessary treatment methods in order to recover from addiction. These include
- Therapy (individual, group, family, etc.)
- Drug testing
- Treatment for any co-occurring mental or physical disorders that may be associated with addiction
- Vocational and financial counseling
- Job search and housing help
- Aftercare transitional help and options
There are free facilities that provide inpatient treatment for those who are in need of a controlled environment or 24-hour medical care as well as centers where individuals can visit on a daily, outpatient basis. In cities like Great Falls, Helena, Missoula, and Billings, individuals who truly need treatment for free can and will attend just as beneficial a program as those which cost a considerable amount of money. In addition, treatment centers in smaller cities are listed above, allowing you to find a facility close to you.
If you are considering seeking treatment in a Montana free rehab center, follow the links below to the centers which are most convenient for you. Call the facility of your choice and ask any questions you may have about treatment, your own eligibility, and success rates of the center. Then, when you find the clinic that fits your needs, you can start your recovery and finally start to feel like yourself again.