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Local Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous

Address: 100 W Laurel Ave, Plentywood MT, 59254

The purpose of A.A. group meetings, as the Preamble states, is for A.A. members to “share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.”  AA meetings, Plentywood group, are held Wednesdays 6:00 pm and Saturdays 10:00 am in the Sheridan County Courthouse, 100 W Laurel, north entrance B to the library, take stairs or elevator to the lower level Jubilee Room. Handicap accessible.  These closed Meetings are for A.A. members only/for those who have a drinking problem and “have a desire to stop drinking.”  


AA Hotline for our area is


Anxiety and Depression Support Group

Point of Contact: LeeAnn Strangeland

This group is open to anyone who is suffering from anxiety or depression who is looking to talk & find support with others who can relate to what you are going through. Meetings are confidential and focused on peer support, positivity, and encouragement. Meetings are not in person at this time, but a Zoom option may be available.



for more information

Montana Recovery Warmline

Mental Health America of Montana

Warmline is available Monday to Thursday, 1 p.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday, 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.  Responders cannot call you back, so please keep trying and do not leave a message. The Recovery Line is for people with a mental illness who want to talk to others who have common life experiences about issues they are facing in their lives or with their treatment. It provides a friendly and understanding person for those who just need someone to talk to.



Other Resources

Al-Anon &

Al‑Anon Family Groups have one primary purpose: to help families and friends of alcoholics, however Al‑Anon’s 2018 Membership Survey reported that 35% of Al‑Anon members first came to Al‑Anon because of a relative or friend’s drug problem. The survey also showed that 78% of these members eventually realized that someone’s drinking also negatively affected their lives. You are welcome to try Al‑Anon meetings to see if the program is helpful to you. You may also find help in Nar‑Anon, a program for those affected by someone else’s drug addiction. Visit their web site at: nar‑

Electronic Al-Anon meetings are held online and over the phone. Electronic meeting formats include: Phone, Email, Chat, Blog, Bulletin Board, Instant Messaging (Skype, WhatsApp, Discord, etc.), Web Conferencing (Zoom, WebEx, etc.) and Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.).

Find an electronic or telephone meetings at:

Depression and
Bi-polar Support Alliance Online Support Group

DBSA online support group gives people living with depression and bipolar disorder a safe, welcoming place to share experiences, discuss coping skills, and offer each other hope. Our support groups are led by peers – which means that the person guiding the meeting knows firsthand what it’s like to live with a mood disorder. All DBSA online support groups are free of charge.


Register online here

NAMI Support Groups

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) has several Montana Affiliates who offer peer connection and family & friends support groups, seminars, and education classes. Several are offered virtually via Zoom. Find out more online 

SMART Recovery

SMART Recovery is a fresh approach to addiction recovery. SMART stands for Self-Management & Recovery Training. This is more than an acronym: it is a transformative method of moving from addictive substances & negative behaviors to a life of positive self-regard and willingness to change.


to find virtual meeting dates/ times.

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