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Drug and Alcohol Treatment Resources in Kalispell, Montana

Addicts face a strange kind of misery. Like diabetics and people with cancer, they're coping with a life-threatening illness. But unlike people with more traditional diseases, addicts are frequently shunned and stigmatized. Addiction is a disease, and inpatient drug rehab at a facility such as Northpoint Recovery gives you your absolute best shot at recovery.

Rehab isn't the right – or only – choice for all addicts, though. Some addicts need extra support to maintain their sobriety after checking out of rehab. Others prefer a more individualistic approach, but rely on support groups when they need some extra help. A group local to Kalispell can help you get support on your terms when you need it.

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AA Meetings Local to Kalispell

For more than a century, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) has been the leading program for recovery from alcohol addiction. Meetings occur throughout the week and are free, although donations are welcome. Through AA, you'll work 12 steps toward sobriety, make amends to those you've hurt, and commit to a lifetime free of alcohol abuse. To find the Alcoholics Anonymous group most convenient for you, check out the list below.

Sunday:

Sunrise Group

8am

The Alano Club

55 1st Ave. NW

Kalispell, MT

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Monday:

Lunch Bunch Group

12pm

The Alano Club

55 1st Ave. NW

Kalispell, MT

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Tuesday:

First Cup Group

6:45am

Calvary Lutheran Church

2200 US-2

Kalispell, MT

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Wednesday:

Band of Brothers Group

6:30pm

Central Christian Church

248 2nd Ave. E.

Kalispell, MT

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Thursday:

New Hope Group

12pm

Lowell & Lowell

445 Main St.

Suite 209

Kalispell, MT

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Friday:

Flathead Valley Serenity Group

7pm

The Alano Club

55 1st Ave. NW

Kalispell, MT

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Saturday:

Pathways Group

9am

Pathways Treatment Center

200 Heritage Way

Kalispell, MT

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NA Meetings Local to Kalispell

Recovery from drugs such as meth, heroin, or prescription pills can be painful and challenging. Narcotics Anonymous (NA) builds upon the success of AA to create a program that encourages permanent and lasting recovery from drug abuse.

Participants can also join spin-off groups for specific drugs, such as Pills Anonymous and Marijuana Anonymous. There are all kinds of NA groups to choose from.

You can find many NA meetings in the Kalispell area. They include the following:

The Alano Club
153 N. Meridian
Kalispell, MT
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Meeting Days and Times:
Sundays at 1pm and 8pm
Mondays at 8pm
Tuesdays at 8pm
Wednesdays at 6:30pm and 8pm
Thursdays at 8pm
Fridays at 8pm and 10pm
Saturdays at 1pm and 8pm

Pathways Treatment Center
200 Heritage Way
Kalispell, MT
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Meeting Days and Times:
Sundays at 7pm
Thursdays at 7pm

Calvary Lutheran Church
2200 US Highway 2 East
Kalispell, MT
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Mondays at 7:30pm

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings Local to Kalispell

Addiction is an all-encompassing disease that, in some ways, behaves like a contagious virus. It's not just addicts who suffer. Their loved ones can become co-dependent or obsessed with getting the addict they love clean. Addicts' loved ones may be victimized by an addict's lying, stealing, and perpetual promises to get clean tomorrow. Often, though, tomorrow never comes. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon help family members and friends find ways to live happy lives even when the addict they love continues to abuse alcohol and drugs.

Kalispell Addiction Resources

Both Al-Anon and Nar-Anon also sponsor two spin-off programs geared specifically for teenagers. Alateen and Narateen work to help teenagers who have a loved one struggling with the disease of addiction.

Here are the local Kalispell Al-Anon groups:

Hope for a New Beginning
Mondays at 6:30pm
The Alano Club
153 N. Meridian
Kalispell, MT
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Finding Balance - Step by Step
Wednesdays at 12pm
Shining Mountain Church
475 8th Ave. E North
Kalispell, MT
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Thursday Noon
Thursdays at 12pm
First Presbyterian Church
540 Main St.
Kalispell, MT
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Hope for a New Beginning - Study of Al-Anon's Legacies
Thursdays at 6:30pm
The Alano Club
153 N. Meridian
Kalispell, MT
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Thursday Night Alateen
Thursdays at 7pm
The Alano Club
153 N. Meridian
Kalispell, MT
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Drug Support Groups Local to Kalispell

No support group can possibly meet the needs of everyone. NA is not explicitly religious, but it does make vague spiritual references to a “higher power.” Many groups also pray or meet in churches. While thousands of atheists and agnostics have successfully recovered with the assistance of NA, the model isn't right for everyone. SMART Recovery offers an alternative model, and you can find a local meeting here:

Never Alone Recovery Hall
Tuesdays at 6:30pm
309 Main St. SW
Ronan, Montana
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Alcohol Treatment Resources Local to Kalispell

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.

Reasons to Seek Help for Addiction

You don't have to tackle addiction alone, but you'll be stuck fighting a losing battle until you seek help. Addiction treatment gives you the skills you need to fight drug and alcohol addiction, and in so doing, gives you a meaningful chance at lasting recovery. Denial, though, can keep addicts out of treatment indefinitely. If you still don't know whether you are suffering from an addiction and need rehab, consider the following questions. If you answer yes to three or more, the odds are very high that you're an addict:

Choosing an Alcohol or Drug Treatment Center in Kalispell, MT

If you are in need of addiction recovery, we want you to know that you can count on us. Here at NorthPoint Recovery, we understand that support groups alone often are not enough. They're usually better suited for people who have already been through rehab. It's possible that you would benefit from inpatient treatment, or outpatient rehab. However, we won't know what to recommend for you until we speak with you.

Do you have further questions about alcohol and drug rehab in Kalispell? Can we help you learn more about your resources? Please contact us.

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