Peer Support Groups in Montana


Group: Recovery International
When: Wednesdays at 2pm
Where: Community Service Center (118 E. 7th)
Contact: Kerri, 406-559-0888



Group: MPN Affiliate Peer Support Group
When: 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6pm
Where: LIFFT (1201 Grand Ave #1)
Contact: Brent, 406-690-3365

Group: NAMI Connection Support Group
When: Sundays from 3:00- 4:30 p.m. and Thursday from 1:00-2:30 pm
Contact: NAMI, 256-2001

Group: NAMI Youth Support Group
When: every other Wednesday
Contact: NAMI, 256-2001


Group: MPN’s Recovery is Possible

When: Thursday 6pm

Where: Saddlepeak Elementary School, Belgrade

Contact: 406451-3087



Group: MPN’s Recovery is Possible
When: Tuesdays at 6pm
Where: Coldsmoke Coffeehouse (2051 W Oak St Suite 5)
Contact: Teresa, 406-451-3087

Group: Open Arms Drop-in Center
When: Weekdays at 12pm
Where: 699 Farmhouse Lane
Contact: Peter, (406) 556-6500



Group: MPN Affiliate Peer Support Group
When: Tuesday at 1pm
Where: Library uptown
Contact: Dee, 565-8895


Great Falls

Group: NAMI Connection Peer Support Group
When: second Monday of each month at 7pm
Where: Center for Mental Health (915 1st Ave So.)
Contact: Diane, 868-2448



Group: MPN Affiliate Peer Support Group
When: Thursdays at 5pm
Where: Our Place Drop-in Center
Contact: Matt, 406-202-0544

Group: NAMI Connection Peer Support Group
When: 7pm on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month
Where: Our Place Drop-in Center
Contact: Quentin, 443-7871.



Group: NAMI Connection Peer Support Group
When: Thursdays at 1pm
Where: Wheat Montana
Contact: Susan, (406) 752-2353

Group: Depression Support
When: Wednesday at 12pm
Where: Pathways Conference room (200 Heritage Way)

Group: Celebrate Recovery
When: Thursdays at 5pm
Location:  Family Life Christian Church (1075 Foys Lake Road)
Contact: John and Ginger, (406) 257-9315



Group: Various TORCH groups
When: A different group for peers on Monday and Thursday through Saturday at 6pm
Where: TORCH office (517 W. Janeaux)
Contact: TORCH office, 406-538-6724



Group: MPN Affiliate Peer Support Group
When: Tuesdays at 7pm
Where: The Break Coffeeshop (downtown)
Contact: Genevieve, 406-880-6942

Group: Recovery International
When: Saturday 1– 2:30pm
Where: Missoula Public Library
Contact: Monique, 721-3947

Group: NAMI Connection Peer Support
When: Thursdays at 1:30
Contact: NAMI, 880-1013


Group: Never Alone Recovery Hall
When: Different peer-run groups every night from 6pm-8pm
Where: 309 b. Main St. (across from the phone company)

Online resources
Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies

Elevate Montana: Created by ChildWise Institute, Elevate Montana is a movement dedicated to elevating the well-being and futures of our children  through awareness & actions based on ACEs and trauma-informed approaches to build resilience in children and families.
30 schools recognized for mental health programming
Young People in Recovery
 Youth MOVE Montana 
State of Montana Youth Resource Guide
Strength of Us –  connecting young adults impacted by mental health issues
School Suicide Prevention toolkit 
United Nations Youth Peer 2 Peer Handbook
Children’s Mental Health Montana

…and there’s more!
Recommended Reading

Anatomy of an Epidemic by Robert Whitaker ISBN – 978-0-307-45242-9
Better Days A Mental Health Recovery Workbook by Craig Lewis ISBN -978-1-312-22532-9
Buddha Brain by Rick Hanson ISBN – 978-1-157224-695-9
Darkness Visible: Memoir of Madness by William Styron ISBN 0679736395
Finding Your Moral Compass by Craig Nakken ISBN 978-1-59285-870-5
Get Me Out of Here by Rachael Reiland ISBN 978-1-592-850-990
Looking for Answers Through Dirty Glasses by Matt Kuntz ISBN 978-1468-00112-9
Manufacturing Depression by Gary Greenburg ISBN 978-1-4165-6980-0
Noonday Demon an Altas of Depression by Andrew Solomon ISBN 978-0684854670
Stop Walking on Eggshells Workbook by Randi Kreger ISBN – 978-1-57224-276-0
Tapping In by Laura Parnell ISBN 978-1591797883
The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz ISBN 978-1-878424-31-0
Three Minute Therapy by Michael Edelstein ISBN 0-944435-42-4
Unquiet Mind: A Memoir of Moods and Madness by Kay Redfeild Jamison ISBN 0679763307
Wellness Recovery Action Planning by Mary Ellen Copeland ISBN 978-097955609-8

Phone Apps

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There are thousands of recovery apps available online. In general apps provide: information, resources, support and feedback. Some provide all 4, some a combination and some only one. Some apps are free, some cost a few dollars. Its best to try out a variety of recovery apps to see what fits your needs. Below is a list of verified recovery apps.



Provider Resilience
Sober Grid
Suicide Safe
Tobacco Recovery
5k runner
To request a training on the use of technology in recovery supports click here


  1. Hello. I am in awe of the work being done by our youth. Our youth board members at M.P.N.
    Montana’s Peer Network is partnering with L.A.Cs to promote peer to peer services, trama
    informed care, self help and wrap-around services peer to peer at the National Night Out in
    Deer Lodge, Mt. Aug. 7th at 5pm. We hope to show our partnership with youth M.O.V.E. and
    suicide prevention awareness also. M.P.N. members, L.A.C.s come see. Burgers and dogs!

  2. Mtpe9449

    August 7th in Deerlodge should be a lot of fun and good education. Keep up the good work Kerry!

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