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Addiction destroys the things addicts hold most dear. It begins by robbing you of your ability to function without drugs and alcohol, then steadily escalates until you're willing to sacrifice even the things you love the most for just one more fix. Addiction is a disease, though, not a personal failing. Addiction treatment at a place like Northpoint Recovery can help you overcome even the most challenging substance abuse problems.

For some addicts, though, support groups offer assistance that supplements the skills they learned in rehab. Others prefer to try support groups first. A local support network can increase your odds of success and make it more likely that you can successfully overcome your addiction.

Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are two of the most popular support group options. They both have a longstanding track record for success. It’s possible that you might find them to be quite helpful, as so many others have as well.

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Bozeman AA Meetings

AA Meetings Local to Bozeman

The Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) model is remarkably simple but profoundly effective. Created by a recovering alcoholic, the program revolves around 12 basic steps. Through these steps, addicts come to understand the ways addiction controls their lives, work to make amends to those they have hurt, and then help other addicts overcome their addictions. Meetings are free, with an optional donation, and groups meet at virtually every time of day. To find the Alcoholics Anonymous meeting time and location perfect for you, click here.

Early Risers Group
Sundays at 8:30am
Fellowship Hall
2165 Durston Rd.
Bozeman, Montana
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Breakfast Club Group
Sundays at 9:30am
Hilton Garden Inn
2023 Commerce Way
Bozeman, Montana
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Resentment and a Coffee Pot Group
Sundays at 6pm
Bozeman Deaconess Hospital
915 Highland Blvd.
Bozeman, Montana
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Happy Campers Group
Mondays at 12 noon
First Baptist Church
120 S. Grand Ave.
Bozeman, Montana
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Bobcat Happy Hour Group
Mondays at 5:15pm
Montana State University Insight Office
1215 Gopher Ct.
Bozeman, Montana
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HOW Group
Mondays at 7pm
Bozeman Church of Christ
1825 W. Kagy Ave.
Bozeman, Montana
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Rebellion Dogs Group
Tuesdays at 5:30pm
Fellowship Hall
2165 Durston Rd.
Bozeman, Montana
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It’s in the Book Group
Tuesdays at 5:30pm
Grand Avenue Christian Church
110 S. Grand Ave.
Bozeman, Montana
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Tuesday at 8 Group
Tuesdays at 8pm
Bozeman Church of Christ
1825 W. Kagy Ave.
Bozeman, Montana
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Pink Cloud Group
Wednesdays at 6pm
Fellowship Hall
2165 Durston Rd.
Bozeman, Montana
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Steps & Traditions Group
Wednesdays at 7pm
Grand Avenue Christian Church
110 S. Grand Ave.
Bozeman, Montana
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Bozeman Primary Purpose Group
Wednesdays at 8pm
Pilgrim Congregational Church
2118 S. 3rd Ave.
Bozeman, Montana
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Big Book Study Group
Thursdays at 12 noon
First Baptist Church
120 S. Grand Ave.
Bozeman, Montana
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Great Fact Group
Thursdays at 7pm
Evangelical Free Church of Bozeman
1701 S. 19th Ave.
Bozeman, Montana
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Young People’s Group
Thursdays at 7pm
Fellowship Hall
2165 Durston Rd.
Bozeman, Montana
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There is a Solution Group
Fridays at 7am
Fellowship Hall
2165 Durston Rd.
Bozeman, Montana
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Friday Men’s Group
Fridays at 12 noon
First Baptist Church
120 S. Grand Ave.
Bozeman, Montana
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Friday Night Beginners Group
Fridays at 6pm
Fellowship Hall
2165 Durston Rd.
Bozeman, Montana
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Early Birds Group
Saturdays at 10:30am
Fellowship Hall
2165 Durston Rd.
Bozeman, Montana
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Recovery House Group
Saturdays at 6pm
Apartment A
1110 S. Bozeman Ave.
Bozeman, Montana
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That Other Saturday Group
Saturdays at 8pm
St. James’ Episcopal Church, downstairs
5 W. Olive St.
Bozeman, Montana
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NA Meetings Local to Bozeman

Narcotics Anonymous is built upon the incredible success of AA. NA uses a similar step-based model, turning its attention to drugs such as meth, marijuana, and prescription drugs. Participants can also join spin-off groups for specific drugs, such as Pills Anonymous and Cocaine Anonymous.

Bozeman NA Meetings

You can find a local NA meeting, click here. Links to other local programs include:

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Bozeman, Montana NA Meetings List

Bozeman Beginnings Group
Every night of the week at 7:30
Fellowship Hall
2165 Durston Rd.
Bozeman, Montana
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No Matter What Group
Fridays at 7pm
St. James’ Episcopal Church, downstairs
5 W. Olive St.
Bozeman, Montana
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Bozeman Alanon Meetings

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings Local to Bozeman

Addiction is a far-reaching disease that extends its effects far beyond the addict. Friends, family, and other loved ones can suffer immensely due to a loved one's addiction. They may spend months or even years trying to get an addict to seek help. Loved ones are also frequently victimized by addicts who lie, steal, and don't uphold their obligations. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon aim to help families protect themselves and move on, even when an addict never opts to get clean.

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon also sponsor two spin-off programs. Alateen and Narateen work to assist teenagers who have a loved one struggling with the disease of addiction. Some meetings also allow older children to attend.

  • You can find a Nar-Anon family group near your home by following this link.
  • You can find a local Al-Anon meeting 

No support group can possibly meet the needs of everyone. NA isn't right for all addicts, and some addicts prefer a program build on a secular model. The SMART Recovery program offers an alternative model. Find a local meeting perfect for you here.

Like NA, AA encourages users to place their trust in a “higher power,” and prayer often plays a role in meetings. If you prefer a secular program, Secular Organizations for Sobriety offers online drug and alcohol support groups here.

Low-Cost Addiction Help Resources in Bozeman, MT

Many people don’t realize that there are so many opportunities to recover from addiction. You may have felt the same way, and it has been as if you’ve been trapped in substance abuse.

Alcohol and Drug Treatment Resources in Bozeman, MT

There are several low-cost clinics available to you in Bozeman, or nearby. These clinics offer addiction treatment on an outpatient basis. While they aren’t free of charge, they do allow people to pay on a sliding scale. Their fees are very reasonable, and they can get you in for an appointment quickly.

It’s not always necessary to pay a lot of money to recover from an addiction. Please don’t let your financial concerns stand in the way of you getting the help you need. The right resources are available to you for addiction help.

Bozeman Drug Alcohol Resources

Why Might You Need a Bozeman, Montana Addiction Support Group?

If you go to a clinic or see a therapist, you may wonder why you might need a support group. This is a very common question that a lot of people have. Support group therapy has been shown to be vital for addiction recovery. It helps you to know that you’re not alone. You’ll find that there are others who have been where you are. They understand what you’re going through, and they can help to guide you through it.

Another benefit is that you get the opportunity to help others while you get help for yourself. This is incredibly empowering. To know that someone else is looking to you for wisdom can encourage you in so many ways. It will help you stay on the right track in your own recovery journey. It can also help you feel good because you’re doing something great for someone else. 

Right now, it might not seem like you should join a support group like AA or NA. Maybe you’re nervous about talking about your addiction in front of a new group of people. We want to encourage you to take that leap, even if it makes you feel a bit uncomfortable at first. It will end up being one of the most rewarding experiences of your life.

Seek Help for Addiction in Bozeman

Finding the Right Addiction Treatment Program in Bozeman, MT

There is no doubt that professional addiction treatment is the best way to get help for substance abuse. The problem is that you might not know what type of program you should be looking for. We can help you with that here at Northpoint Recovery. It’s best for you to search for programs that:

  • Will work with your insurance to make sure you don’t pay a lot of money out of pocket for treatment.
  • Are staffed with nurses 24 hours a day.
  • Are accredited through The Joint Commission to ensure a high level of care.
  • Offer each patient their own treatment plan, which is unique and personalized.
  • Provide relapse prevention services and aftercare referrals.

You’ll find all of these with Northpoint Recovery. We want you to know that from the moment you walk through our doors, we’re invested in your recovery. We know that it takes a lot of courage to admit when you need help for an addiction. We commend you for taking that bold step. 

Our program is detailed according to what your needs are. We’re committed to providing you with the best possible addiction treatment.

Have you found this information on Bozeman addiction resources helpful? What other questions can we answer for you? Please contact us today and let us know what else we can do to help you.

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