Find Support

You are not alone. There is hope and there is help, and we’re here to put you in contact with the right people and services. Please use the links below to find someone to talk to or to explore treatment options.

Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator

National Helpline: 1-800-662-HELP

BCBSMT Member Resources
BCBSMT manages behavioral health services for all members who have behavioral health benefits through a variety of group, government and retail products.

BCBSMT Member Behavioral Health Services

BCBSMT Behavioral Health Care Management Program (information for providers and members)

Connect Community: Behavioral Health

Montana Pain Management Clinics
Pain management clinics focus on the diagnosis and management of chronic pain and there are several facilities located throughout Montana.

St. Vincent Healthcare Pain Center

Bozeman Health Pain Management Services

St. James Healthcare Pain Center

Great Falls
Benefis Pain Management Center
Great Falls Clinic, Craig Sweeney

St. Peter’s Health Pain Management Clinic

Montana Center for Wellness and Pain Management

Missoula Spine and Pain Center

Signs of an Overdose

If someone exhibits any of these symptoms, call 911 immediately and stay with them until medical professionals arrive.

  • Stimulants (Ex: Methamphetamine)
    Hyperthermia, tachycardia, hypertension, arrhythmia, agitation, hallucinations and other psychotic features, seizures, cardiovascular emergencies
  • Opioids
    Depressed level of consciousness, respiratory depression/arrest, cold/clammy skin, cyanosis (bluish skin), markedly constricted pupils (dilated if anoxic brain injury has occurred)
  • Depressants
    Shallow breathing, weak pulse, clammy skin, coma, death from respiratory arrest
  • Hallucinogens
    Psychotic features, agitation, delirium
  • Inhalants
    Central nervous system depression, loss of consciousness, stupor or coma, arrhythmia, sudden death
  • Marijuana
    Profound drowsiness, unsteady gait, vomiting, tachycardia, agitation, psychosis

– Source: American Addiction Centers