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A.W.A.R.E.

http://aware-inc.org/

1811 W. Koch
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 587-1181

Over the past month, AWARE has restructured our Case Management and Home Support Services models to continue to meet community needs within the limits of the budget cuts to programs. Our new program is called Mental Health Service Coordination and through this program, we are continuing to provide case management to both youth and adults as well as in-home supports for children who are at risk of out of home/school/community placement. AWARE in Bozeman also offers outpatient therapy and adolescent psychiatric services.

Our Early Childhood services have not been restructured and remain intact. We continue to provide in-home supports for children 0-5 through therapeutic family meetings as well as our PCIT and safe care services. New to our Bozeman office is Early Headstart programs. AWARE will be opening an Early Headstart center in the valley and will be providing in-home supports for families with young children.

Adult Children of Alcoholics-Bozeman

Pilgrim Congregational Church, 2118 S. 3rd St.
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 586-9241

Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA) is an anonymous Twelve Step program of women and men who grew up in alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional homes. ACOAs meet with each other in a mutually respectful, safe environment and acknowledge our common experiences.

Alzheimer's Association

http://www.alz.org/

Phone: (800) 272-3900

The Alzheimer’s Association works on a global, national and local level to provide care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias. We are here to help.

  • We have local chapters across the nation, providing services within each community. Find a chapter near you.
  • Our professionally staffed 24/7 Helpline (1.800.272.3900) offers information and advice to more than 300,000 callers each year and provides translation services in more than 200 languages.
  • We host face-to-face support groups and educational sessions in communities nationwide.
  • We connect people across the globe through our online message boards

ASPEN-Abuse Support & Prevention Education Network

https://www.aspenmt.org/

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411 E Callender St.; PO Box 653
Livingston, MT 59047

Phone: (406) 222-5902

Fax: (406) 222-5902

24/7 Support Line: 406-222-8154

ASPEN provides free, confidential direct services such as a 24 hour support line, emergency shelter, crisis counseling, support groups, legal advocacy, information & referrals, safety planning, emergency 911 phones, assistance with orders of protection, forensic medical exam support, community outreach, and educational programs.

Children's Behavioral Health Services

Youth Dynamics

http://www.youthdynamics.org/

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1609 W Babcock, Suite A
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 585-9402

Fax: (406) 585-3452

Email: chelsey.voegele@youthdynamics.org

Our services include therapy, case management, family education and support, foster, and respite care, mentoring, therapeutic youth home care, medication management through contracted psychiatrists, and independent living skills.

Our community services' office is open Mondays through Fridays from 8a to 5p.

Community Health Partners (CHP)

http://www.chphealthmt.org/cl-bx.html

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214 E Mendenhall
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 585-1360

Offering behavioral health counseling on a sliding fee scale. Belgrade: (406) 922-0820 Bozeman: (406) 585-1360 Livingston: (406) 222-1111

Crisis Response Team-Gallatin Mental Health Center

http://www.gallatinmentalhealth.org/

699 Farmhouse Lane
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 556-6500

Email: bozeman@wmmhc.org

GMHC offers comprehensive, personalized mental health services.We employ highly-trained, skilled staff including licensed social workers, professional counselors and a psychologist; licensed nurses, a board-certified psychiatrist and psychiatric nurse practitioners; case managers; crisis intervention workers; and peer support specialists. GMHC staff utilizes a variety of evidence-based practices and approaches to ensure quality, substantiated support. Through integrated, collaborative efforts, our team provides diagnosis, evaluation, assessment, ongoing treatment and referral for those impacted and affected by mental illness.

Family to Family Mental Health Support Group

National Alliance On Mental Illness

http://www.bozemanhealth.org/Events.aspx

Conference Center at 915 Highland Blvd.
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 414-1644

Email: info@bozemanhealth.org

This support group focuses on allowing participants to share their experiences and learn from each other in a safe environment. The group will meet the first Monday of the month.

Gallatin Mental Health Center

Western Montana Mental Health Center

https://wmmhc.org/locations/gallatin-county-bozeman/

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699 Farmhouse Lane
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 556-6500

Fax: (406) 522-8361

Email: bozeman@wmmhc.org

What We Do

Western Montana Mental Health Center is an integrated community-based mental health center offering a comprehensive range of services and housing options to people of all ages who face mental health and substance use disorder issues.

We provide care to over 15,000 people each year, with services that are:

  • Person-centered
  • Trauma-informed
  • Evidence-based
  • Culturally-responsive

Our commitment to the well-being of our clients extends beyond the services we provide directly. We work in collaboration with other healthcare providers in each community to ensure the total healthcare needs of our clients are met.

Services:

Haven

havenmt.org

PO Box 752
Bozeman, MT 59771

Phone: (406) 586-4111

For nearly 37 years, HAVEN has been dedicated to providing quality service and advocacy for all domestic violence survivors in need. These services include survivor advocacy, legal advocacy, individual counseling, emergency shelter, a 24-hour support line, three support groups, and Community Education. These services are all vital to both intervention and prevention of domestic violence in the Gallatin Valley. HAVEN officially serves residents of Gallatin County, but extends services to anyone in a situation of domestic violence including people from other counties and out-of-state residents who are fleeing an abusive situation and need HAVEN’s assistance. The location of our office and shelter is confidential but is in a residential area of Bozeman. For Shelter and office call 406-586-7689.

Help Center

http://www.bozemanhelpcenter.org/

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421 Eash Peach St.
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 586-3333

The Help Center is a 24 hour Crisis Hotline and Referral Service, nationally accredited by Contact USA and the Alliance for Information and Referral Systems. As a member of the American Association of Suicidology, we are part of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline network (1-800-273-TALK). We are also a member of the Montana 211 coalition which provides referrals for human services throughout the state. We accept calls from a variety of clientele with issues ranging from suicidality, depression/anxiety to relationship/family problems. Our extensive database of resource information allows us to give appropriate referrals to inquirers on the hotline. In addition, we provide Sexual Assault and Suicide Outreach as well as follow up counseling and referral.

Home Free Program for Runaways

www.1800runaway.org

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Phone: (800) 786-2929

The Home Free Program of the National Runaway Switchboard (NRS) uses a national toll free number as the starting point to assist runaways with travel back to their homes via free bus service. Youth up to age 18 must be returning to a parent or legal guardian. If you are 19 or 20 and not returning to your parents' home, NRS can make arrangements for a ticket to an independent living facility in, or near, your hometown. More details are available at the website. TEXT: 66008

Hope House Crisis Stabilization Facility

https://wmmhc.org/locations/gallatin-county-bozeman/

701 Farmhouse Lane
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 585-1130

Fax: (406) 522-8361

Email: bozeman@wmmhc.org

Hope House, a short-term stabilization facility for individuals experiencing mental health related crises, warranted joint efforts and planning from mental health and public safety perspectives to adequately address the needs of suicidal clients. Inclusive of both voluntary and involuntary sides, Hope House was intentionally designed to look and feel like a home to decrease anxiety and support socialization, healing, skill building and independence.

Please call the Help Center at 586-3333 to discuss admission.

Mental Health America

montanamentalhealth.org

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Phone: (877) 688-3377

Monday-Friday 4 pm-10 pm Saturday-Sunday 10 am-10 pm

Montana Coalition against Domestic and Sexual Violence

http://mcadsv.com/about/

Phone: (406) 443-7794

MCADS is a statewide coalition of individuals and organizations working together to end domestic and sexual violence through advocacy, public education, public policy, and program development. Our mission is to support and facilitate networking among our member organizations while advocating for social change in Montana.

Montana Family Wrap Around · Children & Family Mental Health

http://www.montanafamilywraparound.com/services

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Phone: (406) 599-5776

Email: kc@MontanaFamilyWrapAround.com

While deciding if Montana Family Wrap Around is a fit for your family remember the main objective of wrap around is to provide INDIVIDUALIZED care. This means we want to really get to know your family, understand what defines your family and work together to formulate a plan that fits YOUR family versus fitting your family into OUR plan.

Montana Peer Network

http://mtpeernetwork.org/

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109 East Lewis Street
Livingston, MT 59047

Phone: (406) 551-1058

We are a network of 704+ individuals across Montana 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. This is the recovery movement. A national shift from a maintenance model of behavioral health to a recovery model, where every individual has access to care, choices, and the message that “recovery is possible.

Montana Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Phone: (800) 273-8255

MSU Counseling Human Development Clinic

Phone: (406) 994-4113

Low-Cost Outpatient Adults, Children, Couples and Families

Open Arms Drop-In Center

Gallatin Mental Health Center

699 Farmhouse Lane
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 556-6500

Fax: (406) 522-8361

Email: bozeman@wmmhc.org

The Drop-in center is a peer-operated, community-based center for people 18 years and older that provides a safe, friendly, confidential, supportive and recovery-oriented environment. Open Arms Drop-in Center provides a safe place for individuals to share experiences regarding treatment and recovery without fear of judgment. Open-Arms Drop-In Center Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday-Friday

Park County Public Assistance

220 East Park,
Livingston, MT 59047

Phone: (406) 222-8000

Apply & Renew online for:

  • SNAP food assistance
  • TANF cash assistance
  • Health care coverage

Recovery House & Olive Branch Sober Living Environments

http://adsgc.org/programs-2/sober-living-environments/

Private
, MT

Phone: (406) 586-5493

Fax: (406) 587-1238

Offered for participants in one of our treatment programs, the goal of these sober living environments is to end the cycle of intoxication by providing transitional housing, treatment, and supportive services.

check Recovery House, Bozeman offers a sober living environment for up to 7 women
check Olive Branch offers a sober living environment for up to 7 men.

Call us at 406-586-5493 to le

Sexual Assault Counseling Center

http://www.bozemanhelpcenter.org/

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421 E Peach St.
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 586-3333

It is the goal of the Sexual Assault Counseling Center to provide information, outreach, direct services, advocacy, crisis counseling and therapy to clientele in a safe, confidential environment. The intent is to assist clients in gaining insight, clarity, empowerment, client centered solutions and life improvement in the wake of life’s difficulties and in the aftermath of traumatic events.

The Help Center, 211 Hotline

Phone: (406) 586-3333

Voice Center

Phone: (406) 994-7069

24 hour crisis line - MSU

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