Facts

  • When receiving treatment for HIV, individuals who consume alcohol may have difficulty following the difficult medications regimen in place to treat the disease, all factors which increase the likelihood that an infected person will infect others or will go on to develop AIDS.
  • More PCP users die from suicide while high on the drug than from any physiological effects on the central nervous system.
  • Reliable studies show that the burnout period Ecstasy users experience is a direct result of the depleted serotonin levels in the brain that ecstasy use creates.
  • The rate of emergency room department visits during 2009 in which heroin was a factor was highest among individuals aged 21-24.

GET HELP LOCATING A DRUG TREATMENT PROGRAM

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Listings for "Persons With Hiv or Aids" in Montana

  • Crystal Creek Lodge Treatment Center
    807 Piegan Street Browning Montana, 59417
    406-338-6330 x6327
  • AWARE Inc
    1055 West Sussex Missoula MT., 59801
    406-543-2202
  • Western Montana Addiction Services
    802 Main Street Polson MT., 59860
    406-883-7310
  • Mills Spring Counseling PLLC
    99 Mills Spring Road Eureka Montana, 59917
    406-297-7900
  • Bullhook Community Health Center Inc
    521 4th Street Havre Montana, 59501
    406-395-4305
  • Indian Family Health Clinic
    1220 Central Avenue Great Falls MT., 59401
    406-268-1587 x118
  • Recovery Center Missoula
    1201 Wyoming Street Missoula MT., 59801
    406-532-9900
  • Community Medical Services
    2415 South Catlin Street Missoula Montana, 59801
    406-549-0114
  • Western MT Mental Health Tri County
    307 East Park Avenue Anaconda Montana, 59711
    406-563-7038 x2724
  • Missoula Urban Indian Health Center
    830 West Central Avenue Missoula MT., 59801
    406-829-9515
  • Gateway Community Services
    26 4th Street North Great Falls MT., 59401
    406-727-2512