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Mental Health Resources

- AWARE ( provides support for people with mental illnesses or developmental disabilities and their families
- Bitterroot Valley Education Cooperative ( provides special education and mental health services in a few school districts in the Bitterroot Valley
- Gallatin Mental Health Center ( provides therapy for both children and adults
- Intermountain ( in Helena, provides a variety of mental health support for children and adolescents
- L’Esprit ( in Livingston, offers both youth/adolescent and adult mental health services
- Montana Community Services ( offers therapeutic services for both children and adults
- MSU Human Development Clinic ( in Bozeman with a satellite clinic in Big Sky, counseling for both children and adults
- We Care Behavioral Health ( a number of offices, with the largest ones being Missoula and Great Falls. Has both youth and adult mental health services. 24/7 crisis lines for Missoula (406) 370-2940 and Great Falls (406) 868-2151 
- Western Montana Mental Health Center ( has a number of locations, but the largest one is in Missoula. Services for both children and adults. 
- Winds of Change Mental Health Center ( in Missoula, offers youth and adult mental health services
- Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch ( in Billings, offers a variety of mental and behavioral health programs for children
- Youth Dynamics ( in Billings, all kinds of mental health programs for children
- Behavioral Health Alliance of Montana ( mostly statewide advocacy
- Bozeman Help Center ( 24/7 crisis line 
- Disability Rights Montana ( advocates for people living with mental illness and provides links to services/resources
- Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center ( a bunch of locations all over. Again, provides a variety of mental health services, both inpatient and outpatient
- Mental Health Center ( in Billings, offers a variety of mental health services
- Missoula Crisis Intervention Team ( alternative to calling the police for a mental health crisis
- Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services ( offers a list of public services available.
- Montana Mental Health Ombudsman ( represents the interests of Montanans looking for public mental health services
- Montana State Hospital ( only public psychiatric hospital in the state
- Montana’s Peer Network ( provides peer to peer support for people recovering from mental and behavioral health issues
- Montana 211 ( connects people to community resources/services
- NAMI Montana (
- Our warmline ( call us!
- SAFE ('s,%2C%20call%20406%2D363%2D4600) women’s resource center (i.e. for domestic violence) and crisis line in the Bitterroot Valley
- Sunburst Foundation ( in Kalispell, provides a variety of mental health services. Also operates a 24/7 crisis line at (406) 756-2968 
- Rimrock ( mental health/addiction treatment center in Billings
- 3 Rivers Mental Health Solutions ( in Missoula, provides a number of mental health services


Intermountain is a nationally recognized nonprofit providing Hope & Healing to children, youth, and families in need of improved mental and behavioral health.

Phone: (406) 442-7920


Missoula Public Health

The Missoula City-County Health Department's mission is to build conditions that support the health of people, environments, and communities. 

Montana's Peer Network

We are a network of over 1,000 individuals in 78 communities across Montana who are in recovery from mental health, substance abuse and/or addiction struggles. We provide information, education, training, peer support and resources across the state using our own “lived experience” in long term recovery. We promote the recovery concepts of hope, self advocacy, education, peer support, personal responsibility and resiliency. We believe that these concepts are universal regardless of what recovery program you may choose.

Phone: 406-551-1058


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.

Phone: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Patient Help Network

PHN is a small group of Advocates dedicated to helping individuals enroll into Prescription Assistance Programs.

Phone: 866-218-0694

Providence Mental Health

PMH use a strengths-based approach to affect generational change and improve family relationships. Our trauma-informed care will help you and your loved ones discover your past traumas, whether they came from family relationships or other external forces, and will show you how they have made you a more resilient, stronger person.

Phone: 406-579-4988



The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA’s mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America’s communities. Millions of Americans have a substance use disorder. Find a treatment facility near you.

National Helpline: 800-662-HELP (4357)

Sage Psychological Services

Cutting edge psychotherapy and assessments via secure online video or in downtown Whitefish office.

Phone: 406-318-7775

Dr. Jim Murphey (Psychologist) Phone: 406-582-1918

Sweetgrass Psychological Services

We are devoted to helping children, families, individuals and couples find their way toward greater mental health. To this end, we provide individual, group, family, and couples therapy as well as psychological assessment and professional consultation.
Our providers are diverse in their training, styles, and personalities, ensuring that everyone can find the right someone at Sweetgrass. Click on any photograph to get to know our team better.

Phone: 406-298-5728 


Walla Wall University - Billings Mental Health Clinic

Clinic services will be available to people of all ages regardless of financial status, ethnicity or cultural background. Our mission is to provide accessible, no cost mental health services, as well as a clinical training environment for developing mental health practitioners. When your life experiences are genuinely heard and deeply understood, the way you have responded and interacted in the world will make perfect sense.

Phone: (406) 254-0308


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