Prime for Life (ACT)

Individuals convicted of Driving Under the Influence (DUI or BAC – per se), Misdemeanor Dangerous Drugs (MDD), Underage Drinking and Driving (UDD -.02 violations) are required by Montana Law to complete an ACT…

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Minor In Possession (MIP)

The MIP Program offered through Gateway Community Services is designed for youth under the age of 21 who have received a first or subsequent MIP charge. The MIP program is an educational program designed to…

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Gateway’s commitment to successful treatment and on-going recovery is to interrupt destructive behavior patterns. Gateway’s goal is to help achieve a better understanding of the problem and assist…

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Substance Abuse Group (SAG)

The Substance Abuse Group (SAG) is an early intervention service that is designed for specific individuals who, for a specific reason, are at risk of developing substance-related or addictive behavior problems…

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Learn More About How Gateway Community Services Changes Lives

Health care trends now demonstrate that successful outcomes are best realized when each person is thoroughly assessed, accurately diagnosed and appropriately placed into the treatment setting and intensity of care that best fits their clinical needs.