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Fentanyl Resources, Treatment, and Hotlines in Montana

Fentanyl is a growing concern in Montana and beyond, but help is available and recovery is possible for those struggling with substance use or addiction. This page will help you learn more about Montana fentanyl resources available to you. If you are looking for immediate assistance, call a compassionate admissions navigator for free at to learn more about Montana fentanyl rehab and out-of-state options.

Fentanyl Helplines in Montana

There are various helplines available offering resources and support for Montana residents struggling with a range of issues, including mental health and substance use. The following helplines provide confidential and free services when you reach out.

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline – 988

This is a national network of local crisis centers offering confidential and free support for individuals experiencing suicidal crisis or emotional distress in the U.S. The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is dedicated to enhancing crisis services and promoting suicide prevention while raising awareness of mental health challenges. Call 988 for help, 24/7/365.

American Addiction Centers – 1-866-785-9796

The American Addiction Centers helpline provides confidential and free guidance for those struggling with addiction and is available 24/7/365. Our compassionate admissions navigators are ready to listen to your story and help you plan the next step in your recovery journey. There is no obligation to enter treatment when you call .

Montana National Rehab Hotline – 866-210-1303

This anonymous and free resource is available to Montana residents struggling with substance use and addiction. You can call the Montana National Rehab Hotline at 866-210-1303 to speak with a specialist who can provide resources and support. The service is confidential and free, and available 24/7/365.

SAMHSA National Helpline – 1-800-662-HELP (4357)

Montana residents can get treatment referrals for free, 24/7/365. The The SAMHSA National Helpline helps individuals and families dealing with mental health or substance use issues and provides support in both English and Spanish when you call 1-800-662-4357.

Local Fentanyl Resources in MT

If you or a loved one are struggling with substance use or addiction, there are various Montana fentanyl organizations available to help. The following Montana fentanyl resources offer a wide range of treatment and recovery services for individuals who are ready to get the help they deserve.

Montana Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)

The Montana DPHHS provides a variety of resources for Montana residents, including education, guidance, and support for individuals struggling with substance misuse and addiction. If you or a loved one need help related to opioid use, you can find information on various services near you, including detox, inpatient, and outpatient treatment.

Area 40 Montana Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

Area 40 AA is a fellowship offering support and guidance to individuals recovering from alcohol addiction. Through meetings, mentorship, and shared experiences, it provides a safe space for members in Montana to achieve and maintain their recovery while fostering a supportive community for lifelong healing. You can find a meeting near you here.

Montana Narcotics Anonymous (NA)

Montana NA offers support and fellowship for individuals recovering from drug addiction. Through regular meetings, shared experiences, and the 12 Steps program, it provides a safe space for members to seek help, find understanding, and maintain sobriety. Montana NA fosters a supportive community for long-term recovery and growth.

Montana Al-Anon

Montana Al-Anon provides support for families and friends of people who struggle with alcohol addiction. Through group meetings, shared experiences, and the 12 Steps program, it offers understanding, guidance, and hope. Montana Al-Anon helps individuals navigate challenges, develop coping strategies, and find solace in a supportive community dedicated to healing and growth.

Insight by Montana State University

Insight is an alcohol and drug program available to all MSU students, either by referral or self-referral. The program provides support and resources for students struggling with alcohol and drug addiction. Through counseling, education, and community outreach programs, it aims to empower students to overcome substance misuse, improve mental health, and foster healthier lifestyles, promoting recovery and well-being.

Montana Fentanyl Statistics

Throughout Montana, first responders and law enforcement are encountering fentanyl more frequently year after year, according to the Montana Department of Justice.1 Between 2016 and 2020, the number of dosage units of illicit fentanyl seized increased 424% while the price of illicit fentanyl decreased from an average of $50 per dosage unit to an average dosage unit price between $20 and $30.1

Attorney General Austin Knudsen declared fentanyl a top public safety threat in Montana in August 2022, noting that the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (RMHIDTA) task forces confiscated 111,611 fentanyl dosage units, up from 37,724 units in 2021. The same report noted that as of August 2022, fentanyl overdose deaths had increased by 1,100% since 2017, with 34 confirmed deaths in the first five months of 2022 and opioid-related emergency medical services up by 57%.2

Get Fentanyl Help in Montana

If you or someone you love is dealing with fentanyl misuse or addiction, there are resources available in Montana. If you’re not sure where to start, our admissions navigators are available to offer free assistance, guide you through various treatments and services, and provide support. Contact us today at to learn more. Recovery is possible, and you deserve support on your journey to recovery.

Addiction Treatment in Montana

Rocky Mountain Treatment Center
920 4th Ave N Great Falls, MT 59401
Wilderness Treatment Center
200 Hubbart Dam Road Marion, MT 59925
Rimrock Foundation
1231 North 29th Street Billings, MT 59101
750 West Custer Avenue Helena, MT 59602
Benefis Health System
1101 26th Street South Great Falls, MT 59405
Cedar Creek
22 West Park Butte, MT 59701
Montana Chemical Dependency Center
525 East Mercury Street Butte, MT 59701
Cedar Creek Integrated Health
2216 Boothill Court Bozeman, MT 59715
Community Medical Services
2040 Rosebud Drive Billings, MT 59102
Community Medical Services
8707 Jackrabbit Lane Belgrade, MT 59714
Community Medical Services
795 Sunset Boulevard Kalispell, MT 59901
Florence Crittenton Home and Services
901 North Harris Street Helena, MT 59601
Bullhook Community Health Center
521 4th Street Havre, MT 59501
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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Montana

Crystal Creek Lodge Treatment Center

Treatment was great, food could have been better.

- Anonymous
4 out of 5
Browning, MT

Wilderness Treatment Center

its away from civilazion but too far from civilization. its ok but not sure long term.

- Anonymous
3.5 out of 5
Marion, MT

Rocky Mountain Treatment Center

Truly an amazing and caring place. The staff is caring and understanding, they work with you in your treatment. The encouragement was great. They are very educational and open and honest about how treatment goes. They seem to know how to match up counselors with your personality and lifestyle. I would and have recommended this place to everyone. There horse program really gives you and understand of what life is like with an addiction. Family week was eye opening and everyone was upfront about what would be happening. Learned alot about communication with family and friends. I will not let my addiction hold me back, I have started a new day and will go forward in my recovery. PS. They serve amazing food and kept us well fed so our recovery would keep us healthy. My recovery and the education to help in my recovery was their top priority. Just an amazing place. If you have and addiction this is the place to go, you won't regret it.

- Teri
5 out of 5
Great Falls, MT