Individual, Family and Group Sessions Available
Substance Use Evaluation and Treatment for Adolescents and Adults
Low Intensity Outpatient care is available for adolescents and their families. All services are family based to better support each family in their healing journey.
Intensive Outpatient Program is a best practices program that has been nationally recognized. This is a minimum 24 week family based program that combines group, individual and family counseling to support youth in developing strong recovery and assists families in their healing.
The Minor in Possession (MIP) Class is an educational program offered to help teens gain insight and education into their drinking and using behaviors. The goal of the MIP Class is to prevent further legal and health consequences for teens as they are faced with the difficult decisions about alcohol and drug use within the Flathead Valley.
SAP/DOT Evaluations provided for those working with EAP’s or DOT regulations.
Parents in Recovery is an 8 week open group to support parents in rebuilding their relationships with their children who have been impacted by their addiction. This strength based program is designed to support parents in establishing relationships based on love, trust, respect and consistency. Parents learn to move past the shame and guilt and parent from a place of health and strength, developing the skills of parenting that are separate from the skills of recovery.
Low Intensity Outpatient care is provided for adult clients and their families.
The Adult Recovery Group assists those over the age of 18 with the challenges of building a sober recovery environment within their families, workplaces, schools and communities after leaving inpatient treatment or becoming newly sober. A goal of this outpatient group is that people learn the skills that lead to lasting recovery from alcoholism and/or addiction within a respectful and supportive setting that is the group community.
Intervention Services are available to families that are seeking help for an individual with alcohol and/or drug issues that have not responded to previous discussions of stopping use, previous treatment attempts, or are in physical danger from the disease of addiction.