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Drug Rehab Montana

Drug addiction is on the rise in the state of Montana and the need for quality drug rehabilitation has never been more necessary. For the best possible drug rehab results, an individual living in Montana that has a substance abuse problem, should receive help for their drug addiction as soon as it is apparent. They should be sure to find a drug rehab program that has steadily maintained a high degree of success in the treatment of drug addiction. A quality Montana drug rehab center will utilize various types of treatment strategies after taking into consideration the type of drug addiction that an individual is dealing with. The Montana drug rehab will then evaluate the types of drugs an individual has used, the person's medical history, and the length of the drug addiction to help to determine the best possible course of drug treatment. There are many different types of drug rehab facilities, but experts in the field of drug addiction almost always recommend the longest course of treatment that is possible to be administered in a residential setting. Short term drug rehab programs may produce positive results for a select few with addictions of a short duration that can be treated at the earliest stages, but most individuals need more intensive treatment. The most important aspect of a Montana drug rehabilitation program is that it must address both the physical and psychological dependency that is related to the substance abuse problem.

The first stage of treatment in most Montana drug rehab programs is the detoxification process. The sole purpose of this component of treatment is to safely manage drug withdrawal symptoms. An individual that is going through this process will experience uncomfortable symptoms that coincide with the drug withdrawal process; with the support of the professionals at a quality drug rehab center, some of this discomfort can be alleviated through the use of various treatment methods. It is only after an individual has completed the detox process that they can benefit substantially from the treatment portion of the drug rehab program. The other components of a drug rehab facility can differ depending on whether the program is inpatient or outpatient and the length of time that an individual will be receiving treatment for their drug addiction. Some form of counseling, drug relapse prevention education and aftercare are usually a standard level of care that is administered in most long term residential drug rehab programs.


  • In the state of Montana, over 1200 of the individuals that were admitted to state-approved drug rehab centers for a drug or alcohol addiction in 2005, listed Meth as their primary drug.
  • In Montana, crimes that are related to Meth have accounted for over 70% of the drug related crime in the state.
  • Over 97% of state and local law enforcement agencies in Montana have reported that Meth is the illicit drug that contributes most to violent crime in the state.
  • 50% of the adults that are incarcerated in the state of Montana have tested positive for Meth
  • 20% of adults receiving drug treatment in the state of Montana have reported that Meth is their primary drug of choice.
  • In the state of Montana, there are more emergency room visits involving Meth than any other drug.
  • In the state of Montana, 56% of hospitals have had to raise costs due to the growing number of Meth related emergency room patients, of which over 80% are uninsured.
  • 33% of teens in Montana have reported that Meth is readily available in the state.
  • 1 out of every 10 teenagers in the state of Montana has reported having a friend who has used Meth.
  • Cocaine is widely available in the larger communities of Montana, but not throughout the state, and in recent years there has been resurgence in the popularity of the drug.
  • Heroin is not a drug threat in Montana, and is typically only encountered in the Western part of the state, and is primarily located in the city of Missoula.
  • Marijuana is a drug threat throughout Montana and is the most commonly abused drug in the state. The potent form of the drug that is increasingly becoming more popular in the state of Montana. The more potent form marijuana that is sold has the street name of "BC Bud."
  • Law enforcement officers across the state have identified methamphetamine as the most significant drug threat in the state of Montana.
  • In Montana, OxyContin has become a pharmaceutical drug of abuse, and is being illegally distributed in many areas of the state. Opiates are also in high demand in the illicit drug market in Montana.
  • Club drugs, such as ecstasy are not readily available throughout the state of Montana, but can be located on most college campuses. The abuse of other club drugs such as LSD, GHB, and Ketamine appears to be limited in the state.
  • According to a 2005-2006 NSDUH government survey, 25,000 Montana citizens reported illicit drug use in the last year, and almost 16,000 reported a past year drug dependence.
  • Almost 40% of high school students that were surveyed in the state of Montana in 2007 have reported using marijuana on at least one occasion.
  • 25% of high school seniors that were surveyed in 2007 in the state of Montana have reported using meth at least once.
  • The majority of meth in the state of Montana is trafficked by Mexican national groups, with the exception being the small-scale local laboratory operators that produce moderate amounts of the toxic drug.
  • In Montana, traffickers of club drugs are typically white males between the ages of 18 to 25 years of age.

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Montana Drug Information and Drug Trafficking

Montana drug trafficking sources report that Mexican poly-drug trafficking organizations are responsible for distributing most of the methamphetamine, marijuana, cocaine and heroin throughout the state. These organizations have sources of supply in Colorado, the southwest border, the Pacific Northwest, and Mexico. Marijuana is also smuggled into Montana across the Canadian border by smaller organizations. Currently, meth production and use remains the primary drug issue faced by law enforcement.

Cocaine is available in the larger communities of Montana, but not widely available throughout the state. Billings, Great Falls and the Blackfeet Indian Reservation are the primary locations for cocaine use. Sources of supply are usually located in Washington, California, Colorado, and the Southwest. Crack trafficking in Montana is primarily limited to the Billings area, where street gangs control the market. These gangs have sources of supply in California and Chicago.

Heroin is not frequently encountered in Montana. Western Montana, primarily Missoula, has a higher availability of heroin due to the proximity to the state of Washington, historically a transshipment point for heroin in the Pacific Northwest.

Montana law enforcement officers across the state identify methamphetamine as the most significant drug problem. Mexican trafficking organizations are responsible for the majority of methamphetamine distribution in the state. Mexican methamphetamine is most available in western Montana, due to the proximity to established trafficking routes in the Pacific Northwest.

Beyond organized methamphetamine trafficking, numerous small scale local laboratory operators, producing moderate quantities of methamphetamine for personal use or local distribution, are problematic to law enforcement.

Drug information from Montana shows that "club drugs", such as MDMA, are not widely available throughout the state but can be found in the larger communities and on college campuses. Traffickers are typically white males, 18 to 25 years of age, with sources of supply in the Seattle, Washington, area. Abuse of other club drugs, such as LSD, GHB, and Ketamine appear to be limited to college communities.

Marijuana is the most widely abused drug in Montana. Most originates in Mexico and is smuggled into the state by Mexican poly-drug trafficking organizations. Locally produced marijuana is primarily grown indoors, with grows generally consisting of less than 100 plants. Potent "BC Bud" or "Kind Bud" from the Pacific Northwest and western Canada is increasing in popularity and availability. It is often smuggled directly into Montana across the Canadian border, and from there is often transshipped to other areas of the United States.

Drug information from Montana shows that the state is following national trends, OxyContin has become a pharmaceutical drug of abuse in Montana. Quantities of OxyContin are being illegally distributed in various areas in the state. Dilaudid and other opiate pain killers are also in demand on the illicit market.

711 California Avenue
Libby, MT. 59923
2475 East Broadway Street
Helena, MT. 59601
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Fort Benton, MT. 59442
26 West Main Street
Roundup, MT. 59072
119 South Kendrick Street
Glendive, MT. 59330
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Havre, MT. 59501
920 4th Avenue North
Great Falls, MT. 59401
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Broadus, MT. 59317
1315 Wyoming Street
Missoula, MT. 59801
1220 Poly Drive
Billings, MT. 59102
31 Three Mile Drive
Kalispell, MT. 59901
307 East Park Street
Anaconda, MT. 59711
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Miles City, MT. 59301
10 South Oakes
Red Lodge, MT. 59068
200 Hubbart Dam Road
Marion, MT. 59925
807 Piegan Street
Browning, MT. 59417
319 1st Avenue
Laurel, MT. 59044
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Forsyth, MT. 59327
55 East Galena Street
Butte, MT. 59701
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Bozeman, MT. 59715
304 4th Avenue East
Superior, MT. 59872
99 Mills Spring Road
Eureka, MT. 59917
101 Butechetch Avenue
Crow Agency, MT. 59022
96 Clinic Road
Box Elder, MT. 59521
612 East Pike Avenue
Columbus, MT. 59019
20 Bear Foot Lane
Heron, MT. 59844
212 Wendell Avenue
Lewistown, MT. 59457
225 3rd Street SW
Baker, MT. 59313
1404 Westwood Drive
Hamilton, MT. 59840
7325 Highway 93 South
Lakeside, MT. 59922
656 Agency Main Street
Harlem, MT. 59526
515 Hooper Street
Big Timber, MT. 59011
514 South Front Street
Conrad, MT. 59425