At Bozeman Health, we know not all healing takes place inside a hospital,
or at the hands of a medically trained provider. Sometimes, former patients
or members of the general community need additional support, resources
and people with whom they can share their situations in life, particularly
with others experiencing similar conditions.
That’s why Bozeman Health Spiritual Care sponsors four different
groups for people coping with difficulties in their lives. These are Journeys,
Share, Suicide Loss/Saving Lives, and Postpartum Support Group. All group
meetings and resources are offered free of change.
Unless otherwise indicated, support groups meet at the Bozeman Health
Deaconess Hospital Conference Center area next to the cafeteria.
Available Support Groups Include:
In addition to our formal support groups, you may ask any staff person
at Bozeman Health to assist you in arranging an appointment with a chaplain.
All conversations with a chaplain are confidential, and at times, under
a seal of confessional privacy. If you prefer, you may arrange a visit
with a chaplain by calling the Spiritual Care office at 406-414-5073.
The Hospital Chapel and Healing Garden are open at all times for prayer,
meditation or private time for individuals and families. It is an inclusive
place welcoming people of all spiritualties or with no spiritual tradition.
We invite you to walk around, sit in stillness, and experience peace and
healing in this sacred space.
Send a prayer request for yourself or someone you care about to the Spiritual
Care Department at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Your request will be honored. Please know that your personal information
will be confidential to the staff.