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Alcohol & Drug Services of Gallatin County

2310 N 7th Ave.
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 586-5493

Alcohol & Drug Services of Gallatin County (ADSGC) is a private nonprofit corporation. Our mission is to provide confidential and caring addiction-focused services through professionally directed outpatient treatment and prevention programs.


Alcohol and Drug Services, Adolescent Resource Center

2310 N 7th Ave.
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 586-5908

Youth services include (MIP) Minor in Possession programs, parenting services and resources, a prevention resource center and youth treatment. In case of an after hours emergency call The Help Center at 406-586-3334.

C-Coda Community-Coalition On Drug Awareness

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The Community Coalition On Drug Awareness (C-CODA) is a community-based program in Bozeman, Montana that is providing resources and evidence-based strategies to reduce underage drinking, excessive drinking, tobacco use, impaired driving, and illegal drug use throughout Southwest Montana.

The abuse of drugs is not a harmless personal decision: there are real, long-lasting, and devastating outcomes for those who abuse drugs and for their families, friends, and communities. And for some, the outcome may be lethal.

Community Medical Services

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8707 Jackrabbit Lane
Belgrade, MT 59714

Phone: (406) 404-7900

Community Medical Services (CMS) began providing Opioid Treatment Services in Phoenix, Arizona in 1983. Since then CMS has expanded throughout Arizona, as well as opening clinics in Montana, Minot and Fargo, North Dakota, and Wasilla, Alaska. Montana CMS Clinics are in Belgrade, Missoula, Billings, and Kalispell.

Community Medical Services provides Level I Outpatient Services in the form of Medication Assisted Treatment for clients diagnosed with Opioid Use Disorder based on DSM V and ASAM criteria. CMS offers treatment with Methadone, Suboxone (buprenorphine/naloxone), Subutex (buprenorphine), and Vivitrol (naltrexone).

At CMS Opioid treatment is individualized and dependent on the client and their medical needs. The goal is to stabilize an individual on an appropriate dose amount prescribed by a physician who will assist the individual in becoming free of illicit opiates and/or prescribed opiates. Clients participate in a comprehensive treatment approach that may inc

Montana Elks Drug Awareness

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The Elks National Drug Awareness Program strives to teach all children and parents about the dangers of illegal drug use and prevent the abuse of legalized and prescription drugs.

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Prevention Resource Center

Department of Health & Human Services

PO Box 4210
Helena, MT 59604

Phone: (406) 444-3484

We assist Montana communities with comprehensive prevention efforts: Supporting Interagency Coordinating Council Directing a statewide AmeriCorps VISTA project Providing Resources

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