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Helena, Montana Drug and Alcohol Treatment Resources

Addiction is not your fault. It might seem hard to believe that, but it really is true. Addiction is instead a chronic and progressive disease. If you're vulnerable to addiction, even a single use of an addictive substance can cause you to develop a substance abuse problem. You don't have to suffer alone, though. Drug and alcohol treatment programs like the one at Northpoint Recovery help thousands of addicts every year, and they can help you, too. You wouldn't deny yourself treatment for diabetes or osteoporosis, so why would you deny yourself treatment for the disease of substance abuse?

Of course, addicts are stubborn. Many want to go it alone. Others simply need a little bit of extra help after leaving rehab. This is where support groups come in. A local group offers you personalized help when you need it most. Finding a comfortable place to seek help near your home can mean the difference between a successful and sidelined recovery journey.

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AA Meetings for Helena Residents

Alcoholics Anonymous has, for a century, helped addicts recover from alcoholism. 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 an Alcoholics Anonymous group near you, click here.

Helena, MT AA Meeting List

On Awakening Group
9:00am
Alano Club
1432 Gallatin Ave.
Helena, MT
Helena Ave. is the closest cross street.
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Alliance Group
10:00am
Helena Indian Alliance
436 N. Jackson St.
Helena, MT
N. Last Chance Gulch St. is the closest cross street.
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We Care Group
12:00pm
Alano Club
1432 Gallatin Ave.
Helena, MT
Helena Ave. is the closest cross street. This is a closed discussion.
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It's in the Book
12:00pm
First Presbyterian Church
535 N. Ewing St.
Helena, MT
This is a closed meeting and Big Book Study. The closest cross street is 11th Ave.
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Free for Lunch Group
12:00pm
St. Mary's Catholic Church
1700 Missoula Ave.
Helena, MT
N. Oakes St. is the closest cross street. This is a closed discussion.
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Big Book Breakfast Club
6:55am
Jorgenson's Inn
1720 11th Ave.
Helena, MT
This is a closed Big Book Study. N. Lamborn St. is the closest cross street.
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Women's Meditation Group
10:30am
Susanna Wesley Place
512 Logan St.
Helena, MT
This is a closed meeting for women only. 11th Ave. is the closest cross street.
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Women in Recovery Group
10:45am
St. Paul's Methodist Church
505 Logan St.
Helena, MT
This is a closed meeting for women only. 11th Ave. is the closest cross street.
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Change of Pace Group
12:00pm
Plymouth Congregational Church
400 S. Oakes St.
Helena, MT
This is a closed, Big Book Study. Illinois Ave. is the closest cross street.
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Big Book Study Group
7:00pm
Wilson House
1376 Linden St.
Helena, MT
This is a closed, Big Book Study meeting.
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Rock Solid Group
5:30pm
Living Hope Fellowship
Suite A
614 N. Last Chance Gulch St.
Helena, MT
Neill Ave. is the closest cross street. This meeting is closed.
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Last Chance Recovery Group
6:30pm
First Christian Church
311 Power St.
Helena, MT
This meeting is closed. N. Benton Ave. is the closest cross street.
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Stream of Life Group
7:00pm
Wilson House
1376 Linden St.
Helena, MT
This is a closed, discussion meeting.
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Candlelight Episcopal Church
7:00pm
St. Peter's Episcopal Church
511 N. Park Ave.
Helena, MT
W. Placer Ave. is the closest cross street.
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The How and the Y of It Group
7:00pm
Shilo Inn
2020 Prospect Ave. (US 12)
Helena, MT
The meeting is held on the third floor, and it is closed. Washington St. is the closest cross street.
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Uniform Group
6:55am
Wilson House
1376 Linden St.
Helena, MT
This is a closed meeting. Wilder Ave. is the closest cross street.
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Wednesday Night Step Study Group
7:00pm
First Baptist Church
359 N. Warren St.
Helena, MT
This meeting is closed. 8th Ave. is the closest cross street.
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The Glum Lot Group
7:00pm
Steamboat Block
616 Helena Ave.
Helena, MT
This is a meeting for young people. N. Jackson St. is the closest cross street.
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Fireside Group
8:00pm
Plymouth Congregational Church
400 S. Oakes St.
Helena, MT
Illinois Ave. is the closest cross street.
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Newcomers North Group
8:00pm
Alano club
1432 Gallatin Ave.
Helena, MT
This meeting is for beginners. Helena Ave. is the closest cross street.
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Valley Big Book Group
7:00pm
New Life Lutheran Church
5980 N. Montana Ave.
Helena, MT
Sierra Rd. is the closest cross street.
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Last Chance Recovery Group
7:00pm
First Christian Church
311 Power St.
Helena, MT
This is a Big Book Study with Al-Anon participation. N. Benton Ave. is the closest cross street.
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Rock Solid Group
6:30pm
Living Hope Fellowship
Suite A
614 N. Last Chance Gulch St.
Helena, MT
Neill Ave. is the closest cross street. This meeting is closed.
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Fellowship Group
8:00pm
St. Paul's Methodist Church
505 Logan St.
Helena, MT
11th Ave. is the closest cross street. This is a closed discussion group with a speaker on the third Thursday of the month.
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Newcomers North Group
8:00pm
Alano Club
1432 Gallatin Ave.
Helena, MT
This is a group for beginners. The closest cross street is Helena Ave.
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Living in the Solution Group
6:55am
The Bagel Company
735 N. Last Chance Gulch St.
Helena, MT
The meeting is also called AA Grapevine. It is held in the "Other Room" and E. 14th St. is the closest cross street.
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Free For Lunch Group
12:00pm
St. Mary's Catholic Church
1700 Missoula Ave.
Helena, MT
N. Oakes St. is the closest cross street. This is a closed discussion meeting.
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Homeward Bound Group
5:30pm
Alano Club
1432 Gallatin Ave.
Helena, MT
Helena Ave. is the closest cross street.
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Recovery Speaks Group
6:30pm
Wilson House
1376 Linden St.
Helena, MT
This meeting is an open speaker meeting. Wilder Ave. is the closest cross street.
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Candlelight Group
7:00pm
St. Peter's Episcopal Church
511 N. Park Ave.
Helena, MT
The closest cross street is W. Placer Ave.
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Saturday Men's Group
9:00am
Wilson House
1376 Linden St.
Helena, MT
This meeting is a closed discussion. Wilder Ave. is the closest cross street.
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Early Bird Breakfast Group
9:30am
Jorgenson's Inn
1720 11th Ave.
Helena, MT
N. Lamborn St. is the closest cross street.
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Homeward Bound Group
5:30pm
Alano Club
1432 Gallatin Ave.
Helena, MT
Helena Ave. is the closest cross street.
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Primary Purpose Group
7:00pm
Steamboat Block
616 Helena Ave.
Helena, MT
This is a "call up meeting." There will be a speaker on the last Saturday of the month. The meeting is open.
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Newcomers North Group
8:00pm
Alano Club
1432 Gallatin Ave.
Helena, MT
This is a group for beginners. The closest cross street is Helena Ave.
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NA Meetings for Helena Residents

Helena Alcohol and Drug Resources

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) relies on a model that's almost identical to AA, except that NA focuses on recovery from drugs, including prescription drugs. Participants can also join spin-off groups for specific drugs, such as Pills Anonymous and Cocaine Anonymous. To find your local NA meeting, click here. Other local resources include:

Helena, MT NA Meeting Information and List

Last Chance Group
7:00pm
Helena Indian Alliance
436 North Jackson
Helena, MT
This is a discussion/participation meeting and it is closed.
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Never Alone Group
12:00pm
2905 North Montana Ave.
Helena, MT
This is a discussion/participation meeting.
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Last Chance Group - Just For Today
7:08pm
Helena Indian Alliance
436 North Jackson
Helena, MT
This is an open meeting.
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Never Alone Group
7:30pm
2905 North Montana Ave.
Helena, MT
This is a discussion/participation meeting.
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Last Chance Group
7:30pm
2905 North Montana Ave.
Helena, MT
This is an open meeting, studying steps and traditions
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Never Alone Group
7:30pm
2905 North Montana Ave.
Helena, MT
This is a discussion/participation meeting.
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Last Chance Group - Candlelight
9:08pm
Helena Indian Alliance
436 North Jackson
Helena, MT
This is an open meeting.
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Last Chance Group
8:08pm
Helena Indian Alliance
436 North Jackson
Helena, MT
This is an open, speaker meeting that involves discussion and participation.
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Never Alone Group
12:00pm
2905 North Montana Ave.
Helena, MT
This is a discussion/participation meeting.
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Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings for Helena Residents

Addiction doesn't just touch the lives of addicts. 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 gave rise to two spin-off programs. Alateen and Narateen work to help teenagers who have a loved one struggling with the disease of addiction.

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

You can find a local Al-Anon meeting here.

Drug Support Groups for Helena Residents

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. SMART Recovery offers an alternative model, and you can find a local meeting here.

Alcohol Treatment Resources for Helena Residents

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.

Why Should I Seek Help for My Addiction?

Addiction is an illness, not a personal failing. The sooner you seek help, the sooner you'll feel better and the less severe your withdrawal symptoms will be. Denial, though, can keep addicts out of treatment indefinitely. If you're still unsure whether you have an addiction or need rehab, call us today.

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