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Elliston, MT Alcohol Rehab Centers

If you’re looking to help yourself or someone you love struggling with drinking or drug abuse issues in Elliston, MT, Alcohol.org houses extensive online catalog of executive programs, as well as a wealth of other options. We can help you locate substance abuse treatment centers for a variety of addictions. Search for a highly-rated rehabilitation facility in Elliston now, and launch on the path to recovery.

Alcohol Treatment near Elliston, MT

Instar Community Services
1112 Leslie Avenue Helena, MT 59601
- 14 Miles Away
YWCA Helena
501 North Park Avenue Helena, MT 59601
- 14 Miles Away
Boyd Andrew Community Services
60 South Last Chance Gulch Street Helena, MT 59601
- 14 Miles Away
Florence Crittenton Home and Services
901 North Harris Street Helena, MT 59601
- 14 Miles Away
Counseling Associates Inc
25 South Ewing Street Helena, MT 59601
- 14 Miles Away
Center for Mental Health
900 North Jackson Street Helena, MT 59601
- 14 Miles Away
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Latest Reviews

Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Montana

Crystal Creek Lodge Treatment Center

I just got out of Chrystal creek lodge today. I think they did a great job.

- Joseph
5 out of 5
Browning, MT

Rocky Mountain Treatment Center

they care. however, they are money hungry,and they yell too much. don't go there.

- Anonymous
5 out of 5
Great Falls, MT

Wilderness Treatment Center

wow, this place really helped me. Im 25 years old now, i was 19 when i showed up shaking from detoxing. Looking back, this place absolutely saved & pivoted my entire life. I was ready to get sober, i really was... i got a early start at 12 and by 19 i was on a pretty dark road. I remember the 1st day in the woods, i wanted to quit the first few miles in... Truly difficult and i bitched the entire way, those woods were rough for a spoiled, no perspective, never worked for a damn thing in my life 19 year old drug addict like myself. It was everything i needed for my transition, because after that long time in the bob marshal, after whipping my ass with leaves, after peaking mountains, after living in the woods for 30 days carrying 60lb packs i had actually accomplished something that i really didnt think i could.. I mean it was rough for me out there haha but when i came back i think that was the moment of momentum in my life because i had a level of accomplishment and confidence after that experience. The staff, the environment, the cabins... the woods.... No phones, no escape... I mean really, this place is what a sick person like myself needed. God, from beginning to end this place has the formula down. An experience that literally save & jumpstarted my life into a new one. 6 years sober last month.

- nic
5 out of 5
Marion, MT