Western Montana Addiction Services
1325 Wyoming Street
Missoula, MT 59801
Katherine Isaacson, LCPC, CMHP
Kevin Stewart, M.Ed., LAC
Shaen Mcelvary, LAC
Hours of Operation
8:30 am - 6 pm
Adult Services: Missoula County
The ACT Program is a three-phase process:
The assessment(s) are one-on-one with a certified chemical dependency counselor. You will schedule your first assessment during intake/enrollment.
The Prime For Life course is an evidence based program and deemed as best practice. The course includes four class sessions for a total of twelve hours, and you will be given a class schedule at time of enrollment. Generally, class schedules run for one week in the evenings.
Please contact the office for the next available date.
If you are a multiple offender, or if you are assessed as having a chemical use problem, you will be recommended for treatment. The recommendation may include standard outpatient treatment, intensive outpatient, inpatient, and/or continuing care. Multiple DUI offenders must complete a treatment program in order to receive their driver’s license back in the State of Montana.
Enrollment and Fees
Intake (enrollment) is held every Tuesday afternoon and begins promptly at 5:00 pm. During intake, you will make a payment, complete paperwork, be assigned a course schedule, and make your appointment for your assessment. This process takes between 1.5 to 2 hours, depending on group size.
The tuition fee is $400.00. We offer several payment options, including a 5% discount for paying in full at the time of enrollment. We do require a minimum $200 payment at the time of enrollment.
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