Community Medical Services located at 795 Sunset Boulevard in Kalispell, Montana provides local drug and alcohol treatment programs for those struggling with substance abuse. Community Medical Services provides help for those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Other addiction treatment options include Counseling that help those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction to get the effective treatment that they need.
For those that are seeking affordable drug rehab in Kalispell, Montana, then entering addiction treatment at Community Medical Services is the right choice. Community Medical Services generally accepts struggling addicts of most age groups, i.e. 18+ to enroll in their available addiction rehabilitation programs.
Community Medical Services also takes commonly accepted insurances, i.e. Most Insurances, and certain types of payment such as: American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Mastercard, Visa. Community Medical Services can be contacted through their website at cmsaz.net.
This is a great place to get help with an addition to opiates or any drug addiction. For the most part the staff is knowledgeable and caring. They do have a high turnover of staff which can frustrating. Irsconstantly evolving to make things more accessible and reasonable for patients.
It seems things are running alot smoother at CMS. The wait time is nothing like it was this last summer. The computer log in systems seems to make things move along quicker. All of the staff at the Kalispell location are amazing. Fawna and Michele are so kind and caring the same goes for Kathrine♡ and all the staff there. They are doing a good job
THANKS for All your help this is a wonderful Place to get Help it is just up to you if you want it to ....take care and GOD BLESS You guys love iris and have a wonderful day.....
The Kalispell Clinic needs a second dosing line from 6am-8am! Staff is kind. But the last couple weeks they have been taking way too long to dose people. Its caused several people to be late for work including myself... Its very frustrating to come at 630 and end up late for work at 8 because it took over an hour to dose...Plus more and more people are signing up so it's getting even busier... So please get 2 lines going. I know we're addicts but alot of us are trying to do the best we can and trying to get over our addiction. It doesn't make our lives and responsibilities any less important then anyone elses! Unfortunately we don't have a choice but to wait... or be sick..
I attended the Suboxone clinic this past year. The doctor is thorough and he will taylor a correct dosage of medicine for you. There appears to be no diversion going on since you will be getting pills and taking your dose in front of them. Counseling is in house, a part of your visit. I am from outside of the immediate Kalispell area so I was put on weekly visits. This is a cash clinic, no Obamacare accepted. I'm not Obamacare so I'm giving this only a 4 since this was an out of pocket medical expense for me. I managed to taper myself way down off the box and jump to a drug free life.
I attended the Suboxone clinic this past year. The doctor is thorough and he will taylor a correct dosage of medicine for you. There appears to be no diversion going on since you will be getting pills and taking your dose in front of them. Counseling is in house, a part of your visit. I am from outside of the immediate Kalispell area so I was put on weekly visits. This is a cash clinic, no Obamacare accepted. I'm not Obamacare so I'm giving this only a 4 since this is an out of pocket medical expenses.
Kathrine at the front desk makes you feel welcome and at ease, the intake was daunting and scary but the staff is professional and knowledgeable and will act swiftly day 1 to start you on the path to recovery. I can't say enough good things about Dr. Sherrick and his down to earth approach, there is zero judgement and it's easy to be honest and open with him.
The female counselor that works in Billings is far from par she should look for another job cause no one likes her even her co-workers(there words not mine). Control freak who likes to push people away rather then try to work with someone who is difficult she would rather push them discharge.
I have been here over a year this place and people have to deal with alot of bitchy people who are never in the wrong but always want something for free!! Im in and in 15 minutes unless I have a appointment. The counselors there do care and do go above and beyond for people! The only bad thing is they take medicade and I don't feel if your under 50 your medication should be paid for but that's not something they been control. I do wish you could use insurance there that would be nice.
I just started MMT here on Monday after 12 years of stopping the treatment in Louisiana due to various factors. I just kept relapsing and could never get it together. I can already tell than the staff here are much more compassionate than what I saw previously in the last clinic I attended. The staff at CMS are polite and helpful and not just with me because I am new. I have watched how they interact with other patients and they seem caring, professional and are all around good people who really do care as opposed to what I have seen in other opioid maintenance facilities. It was not an easy decision for me to get back on methadone maintenance but after meeting the doctor, my counselor and the receptionists, I do not regret it one bit. I really do believe that this time around I can get some great help and am ready to move on with my life, leaving behind years of misery.
This place is amazing and has saved my life in many people's lives that I know
My wife has been going here for about two years. These people are awesome. They are always friendly and helpful. Keep up the good work.