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Brad Z.

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Join Rimrock for National Prescription Drug Take Back Day 2019!

Rimrock is proud to be partnering with local law enforcement, and the DEA for this year’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Saturday, October 26th. This year, there will be two locations in Billings for people to dispose of their unwanted and expired prescription medications — The Billings Elks Lodge, 934 Lewis Avenue, and a second – more…

Treatment, Education & Prevention

Like the Rimrocks that hug our community in a circle of protective, welcoming strength, Rimrock has proudly encircled our community with a commitment to be the leading provider addiction treatment in our area for over 40 years. We are dedicated to making a difference in the lives of our patients and our community. By providing – more…

Celebrate Recovery Month

September marks the 30th anniversary of National Recovery Month (Recovery Month). Recovery Month highlights new evidence-based treatment and recovery practices, the strong and proud recovery community, and the dedication of service providers and community members across the nation who support the millions of individuals who are proudly living their lives in recovery, as well as – more…

Substance Abuse and Adolescents

School, friends, family, sports, work, technology, peer pressure, social media, intimate relationships—at any given moment, this is just a fraction of what young people may have on their minds. Add to that list factors like alcohol, marijuana, opioids, depression, and anxiety, and it’s clear that our nation’s youth are facing one of the most challenging – more…

How One Mother Is Helping Others Affected by Opioids

Every day, we are moved and inspired by the stories of those touched by addiction. These stories of struggles and success, loss and new beginnings, relapse and recovery all truly impact lives and we are grateful to those who are able to share theirs. For our upcoming Symposium this September, Rimrock is fortunate to have – more…

Proposed Medicaid Changes for Substance Abuse Disorders

The public has a very limited time to weigh in on the proposed changes the Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) has made to the Medicaid Services Provider Manual for substance use disorders. Rimrock wants to make sure our community is aware of these proposed changes and how they will affect those seeking – more…

Rimrock’s Advocacy for Mental Health Care and Addiction Treatment

Our CEO Lenette Kosovich was recently featured in the following guest editorial for the Billings Gazette. Lenette serves on the board of the Behavioral Health Alliance of Montana and provided this guest opinion on behalf of the other BHAM board members. We are fortunate to have Lenette leading our team at Rimrock and appreciate the – more…

Get Pumped! For Rimrock’s 5th Annual 5K Pump-N-Run for Recovery!

If you’re tired of the same old 5K run, then you’ve got to check out Rimrock’s Pump-N-Run for Recovery! Our unique twist on the average fun run will test not only your endurance but also your strength. This is your chance to show that you’re the ultimate athlete while also supporting a great cause! There are – more…

Join Us for the 22nd MADV — March Against Drugs and Violence

Rimrock is proud to sponsor the 22nd Annual MADV (March Against Drugs and Violence), a time for the community to come together and stand against drug abuse and violence. Please join us and other community sponsors on Saturday, June 8th, from 11:30am-1:30pm at the Yellowstone County Courthouse Lawn at 217 N. 27th Street. Presentations will – more…

6 Truths About Adolescent Addiction

By the time children reach adolescence, they will like have faced opportunities to use alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, and these opportunities will continue to present themselves through young adulthood. Due to teens’ physical, social and emotional development, they are often more susceptible to abusing substances for a variety of reasons including stress, peer pressure, – more…