Crisis Counseling

The mission of the Crisis Counseling Assistance Program is to assist individuals and communities in recovering from the challenging effects of natural and human-caused disasters through the provision of community-based outreach and psychoeducational services.

What We Offer

​Free and anonymous crisis counseling. 

The Montana Crisis Recovery Project was created to provide outreach to Montana communities impacted by this pandemic. As COVID-19 cases rise across Montana and elsewhere, the impacts on mental health can be devastating.

A crisis counselor can:

  • offer an empathetic ear

  • provide support and assistance in locating resources

  • help you navigate dealing with feelings of isolation, loss, fear, uncertainty, depression, and anxiety.

Calls are always free, always confidential, and always offer helpful resources to support you during this difficult time. Montanans heal together!

For more information call 1-877-503-0833 or visit:

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Who We Are

The Montana Crisis Recovery Project was created through a partnership with Mental Health America of Montana, The Montana Hospital Association, The Montana Public Health Institute, Kauffman & Associates, Inc., and Voices of Hope. The Montana Crisis Recovery Project is a crisis counseling program funded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

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Monday – Friday: 10 am – 10 pm