Montana Drug Rehab
Club drugs, such as ecstasy, are not widely available throughout the state but can be found in the larger communities and on college campuses. Traffickers are typically white males, 18 to 25 years of age, with sources of supply in the Seattle, Washington, area. Marijuana is the most widely abused drug in Montana. Locally produced marijuana is primarily grown indoors, with grows generally consisting of less than 100 plants. Law enforcement officers across the state identify methamphetamine as the most significant drug problem in Montana.
Heroin is not frequently encountered in Montana. Western Montana, primarily Missoula, has a higher availability of heroin due to the proximity to the state of Washington, historically a shipping point for heroin in the Pacific Northwest. Cocaine is available in the larger communities of Montana, but not widely available throughout the state. Billings, Great Falls and the Blackfeet Indian Reservation are the primary locations for cocaine use.
Alcohol abuse is heavy through out the state of Montana, while addiction treatment is limited to traditional 12 step programs. For help finding a successful rehabilitation center in Montana or surrounding area please call
Addiction Rehab Help – 1-877-744-3536.
|Addictive & Mental Disorders Div
Dept. of PH and HS
555 Fuller Avenue
P.O. Box 202905
Helena MT 59620-2905