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Uncovery Treatment Center

Uncovery is a harm reduction treatment center for all people questioning or experiencing addictive patterns. We open the door to contemplation, preparation, and engagement in change. How you walk through is up to you. We inspire hope for what can be different and healing for what hurts.  Harm reduction therapy is a commonsense and humane approach to healing.

How it works

While abstinence IS within the spectrum of harm reduction, a client does not need to be abstinent or even be seeking abstinence in order to receive therapeutic services.

Instead, this risk reduction counseling honors and supports your right to choose your own goals and what works best for you in your life.

You do not have to go through this alone.

We are here to provide a supportive, non-judgemental, safe space where you will be treated with dignity and respect.

No one will be denied services due to inability to pay or any other discrimination.  We all work together here as a team and are looking forward to providing you with wrap-around services and support. Thank you for your courage to reach out.

The Harm Reduction Coalition, Health and Human Services, and SAMHSA are three excellent resources for harm reduction information.

Uncovery Services

  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Case Management
  • Peer Support
  • Substance Use Evaluations & Risk Assessments
  • Harm Reduction Therapy for Substance Use & Sexual Activity.

Uncovery is now accepting new clients seeking mental health counseling or therapy, substance use counseling or chemical dependency counseling, and addictions counseling. 

Chemical dependency evaluations (CDE) or substance use evaluations or assessments, and mental health evaluations are available as well.
We also offer support groups in Missoula, facilitated by two therapists holding supportive space. Please see our current support group and times below.
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Contact us

If you have questions about any of our programs or are looking for support, please contact us.


Call us at 543-4770

Groups and Special Events Calendar

This calendar includes the regularly scheduled support groups and special events we think you should know about.

Click on the title of the group or event your interested in for a description and an option to add it to your calendar.

Overdose Support Group
This group is for anyone who has lost a loved one to an overdose, anyone who has reversed an overdose, or has been impacted by an overdose.  This group is facilitated by two therapists who will provide guidance and space to honor your experience in a supportive, nonjudgmental group setting.
The group will be held noon to 1:00pm on Tuesdays at 715 Ronan St.
We will offer coffee and light snacks.
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Come As You Are Group

We are thrilled to announce that we are  facilitating a “Come As You Are” Group for folks who are interested in exploring their relationship to substances or addictive behavior.  This group is a harm reduction focused alternative to AA/NA.   
The group will be held noon to 1:00pm on Wednesdays at 715 Ronan St.
We will offer coffee and light snacks.
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  • CD evaluations and risk assessments
  • Harm reduction for substance use & sexual activity
  • Individual and group therapy
  • Peer Support
  • Case management
  • Mindfulness and self compassion strategies
  • Sex positive and gender affirming environment
  • Specialized services for people living with HIV
  • Testing for HIV, HCV and STI
  • Urinalysis upon  request

As a harm reduction treatment center, our program philosophy is that we want people to “Come as you are” to our program. Every person on the spectrum of examining their drug and alcohol use will find a place to contemplate and implement change.

  1. Call us at 543-4770 and speak to Amy or Tomi.
  2. We’ll  schedule an appointment with the Intake Coordinator.
  3. You begin your treatment.
Uncovery Referral Form