988 is now active across the United States. This new, shorter phone number will make it easier for people to remember and access mental health crisis services.

(Please note, the previous 1-800-273-TALK (8255) number will continue to function indefinitely.)

Click Below for Details on Local Programs:

988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

  • Free and confidential support for people in distress
  • Prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones
  • Connects to local crisis centers
  • Call, text, or chat online
  • https://988lifeline.org/

The Help Center

We serve clients in Southwest Montana for crisis counseling, advocacy, information, outreach, support, and services in a safe, confidential environment.

Bozeman Health Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES)

  • www.bozemanhealth.org/services/behavioral-health
  • 24/7 care located next to the Emergency Department at Bozeman Health Deaconess Regional Medical Center.
  • Multidisciplinary care team providing acute crisis care and support in a calming, therapeutic environment.

VOICE Center

  • The MSU VOICE Center provides free and confidential services and information for all people impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, and harassment; including friends, family, and loved ones of survivors.
  • https://www.montana.edu/voice/
  • 24-hour hotline: 406-994-7069 call or text

A.W.A.R.E., Inc.

AWARE is a statewide nonprofit organization that offers quality, community-based support for people with mental health and/or developmental disabilities and families with children ages 0 to 8. We serve all 56 counties in Montana.

Bozeman Health Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES)

  • www.bozemanhealth.org/services/behavioral-health
  • Outpatient psychiatry, behavioral health services integrated into women’s services.
  • Speak with your primary care provider for a referral for outpatient psychiatry.
  • Adult inpatient behavioral health unit coming in 2025.

Crisis Services in Montana

  • Information from Montana DPHHS
  • Website

Crisis Intervention Team

  • Visit www.gallatinmentalhealth.org
  • Gallatin Mental Health Center (GMHC) crisis response is a team of mental health professionals that conducts emergency evaluations and recommends voluntary or emergency detention placements at Hope House.
  • 406-582-2100

Community Health Partners (CHP)

  • Offering mental health counseling on a sliding fee scale.
  • Community Health Partners (CHP)
  • Belgrade: 406-924-5754
  • Bozeman: 406-585-1360
  • Livingston: 406-222-1111

Gallatin Mental Health Center

  • Visit www.gallatinmentalhealth.org
  • Adult outpatient treatment and case management with a sliding fee scale and some free counseling services.
  • 111 S Grand Ave, Bozeman
  • 406-556-6500

The Help Center

We serve clients in Southwest Montana for crisis counseling, advocacy, information, outreach, support, and services in a safe, confidential environment.

L’esprit

  • School and community treatment, substance use, case management, mentoring, outpatient therapy, etc.
  • www.lespritmt.com
  • 406-222-7641 (Livingston)

Mental Health America of Montana

MSU Counseling & Psychological Services

MSU Human Development Clinic

Staffed by faculty and graduate students of the counseling program within the Department of Counseling at Montana State University. Services are offered to members of the community and to students and staff of Montana State University.  All requests for services remain confidential.

Providence Mental Health

Our approach is geared toward alleviating the harmful effects of traumatic experiences and weak attachment by providing a foundation for healthy families and individuals.

Thrive by Waypoint Health

  • Free for Montanans for skills related to coping with stress, anxiety, and depression.
  • Visit Thrive for Montana for more information.

Wellness in Action

Youth Dynamics

Youth Dynamics provides family-focused behavioral health treatment founded on the principles of an actively caring and trauma-sensitive culture in which people can realize their full potential.

Suicide Loss Survivors Group

Parents of Suicide Support Group

Montana’s Peer Network

Area 40 Montana – Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous – Family Groups

Narcotics Anonymous

VOICE Center

  • The MSU VOICE Center provides free and confidential services and information for all people impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, and harassment; including friends, family, and loved ones of survivors.
  • https://www.montana.edu/voice/
  • 24-hour hotline: 406-994-7069 call or text

Eating Disorder Center of Montana

Winds of Change Mental Health Center

  • Addiction treatment, anger management, medication management, therapy and case management, recovery support
  • https://wellnessmt.com/
  • 406-541-4673

Ability Montana – Montana Independent Living Project

  • https://abilitymt.org/
  • 406-522-7300

HRDC

Oxford House – drug and alcohol-free living

Salvation Army

Federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

Veteran Affairs

Gallatin Behavioral Health Coalition

The Gallatin Behavioral Health Coalition is committed to enhancing the behavioral health system of care in the region to be complete and responsive across the continuum, including health promotion, prevention, intervention and recovery. The coalition is funded by the Montana Healthcare Foundation.

Mental Health Local Advisory Council

The Local Advisory Council was called for by the 1999 Montana State Legislature to increase local public participation and awareness of mental health issues and care. The local advisory council is a coalition of community members interested in assessing, planning and strengthening public mental health services in our community.

NAMI Montana

  • Supports, educates, and advocates for Montanans with mental conditions and their families.
  • https://www.namimt.org/
  • 406-443-7871
More Resources:
Immediate Crisis:

Call or Text 988 for immediate resources

Chat – visit Lifeline (988lifeline.org) to chat with a crisis worker – includes resources for TTY and non-English speaking.

Montana Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
Toll-Free, 24 hours, 7 days a week

Crisis Text Line: Text ‘mt’ to the number 741-741
Free, 24 hours, 7 days a week

QUESTIONS?

Please contact us at:
406.582.3100 or HS@gallatin.mt.gov

Si hablas española, envíanos un correo electrónico aquí. hola@gallatin.mt.gov