Community Links

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College campuses have seen a significant rise in suicides over the past decade. With the increased stressors that come with the transition to college, it’s no surprise that mental illnesses and suicides spike on campus. What is surprising, however; is that only 25% of college students seek help for their mental health problems.

In order to help students who have considered, or previously attempted, suicide as they make their way to college, we’re sharing a link to a comprehensive guide that aims to:

  • Lower the stigma associated with suicide, depression, and getting help
  • Highlight suicide risk factors, warning signs, and high-risk populations
  • Demonstrate how to find a college with strong mental health resources

For more information, visit: http://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/college-resource-center/college-suicide-prevention/

Community Resources Map

Prospera Business Network – https://www.prosperabusinessnetwork.org/
Prospera is a local nonprofit that leads the way in building strong businesses, establishing powerful partnerships, and sustaining vibrant communities throughout southwestern Montana. We provide a range of services including confidential business counseling, premier events and trainings, small business loans, grant assistance, and timely economic research. Prospera proudly hosts the statewide Montana Women’s Business Center, a program partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration. Since 1985, all of Prospera’s offerings have been provided at no-cost or low-cost thanks to the support of our industry-leading members, generous sponsors, and visionary charitable donors.

Download Prospera’s 2017 Economic Profile of Park and Gallatin Counties HERE or call (406) 587-4486.

Family Promise www.familypromisegv.org
Family Promise of Gallatin Valley is a non-profit network of diverse faith organizations working together to help Gallatin Valley’s homeless families with children. For more information contact them at:

209 S Tracy Avenue
Bozeman, MT 59715
582-7388

Office of Public Assistancewww.dphhs.mt.gov
The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services offers assistance through the Office of Public Assistance in Gallatin and Park Counties. The mission is to improve and protect the health, well-being, and self-reliance of all Montanans. OPA offers food stamp assistance, medicaid, TANF, and child support enforcement. For more information contact OPA at:

237 West Main
Bozeman, MT 59715
(406) 582-3010

220 East Park
Livingston, MT 59047
(406) 222-8000

Community Health Partners –  www.CHPhealthmt.org
Health Centers focus on wellness and early prevention, the keys to cost savings. Community Health Partners provide more than just treatment for illness or episodic conditions. They offer comprehensive, “one-stop” services and a “health care home” for patients in their communities. To ensure that income or lack of insurance is not a barrier to care, patients who are not covered by public or private insurance are charged on a sliding fee scale according to income. For more information contact CHP at:

Community Health Partners
126 South Main Street
Livingston, MT 59047
(406) 222-1111

Gallatin Community Clinic
214 East Mendenhall Street
Bozeman, MT
(406) 585-1360

Bozeman Job Service –  http://wsd.dli.mt.gov/local/bozeman/
Bozeman Job Service is designed to provide superior service to the employer and job seeker. Jobs are listed online. Job seekers can register on our database and manage their own job search or they can have mediated services provided by an employment consultant. For more information contact them at:

121 North Willson
Bozeman, MT 59715
(406) 582-9200

The HELP Centerwww.bozemanhelpcenter.org
24-hour crisis counseling hotline, information, and referral. The Help Center offers the 211 info line, suicide outreach, and individual and group counseling for survivors of suicide. All services are free, confidential, and anonymous.  Some counseling services are available for individuals, couples, and families without resources. For more information contact them at:

421 East Peach
Bozeman, MT 59715
586-3333

Child Care Connectionswww.childcareconnections.info
Child Care Connections assist parents who are looking for quality and affordable child care. Child Care Connections offers a wide variety of programs and services for families and child care professionals. For more information contact them at:

1600 Ellis Street Unit 1A
Bozeman, MT 59715
587-7786

Salvation Armyhttp://www1.usw.salvationarmy.org/usw/www_usw_bozeman.nsf/
Ongoing programs and services for families in crisis. Emergency welfare aid which could include lodging, meals, clothing, or gasoline. For more information contact them at:

32 South Rouse
Bozeman, MT 59715
586-5813

LOVE, INC  –www.loveincgc.org
Love INC mobilizes partner churches and their volunteers to find effective ways to serve individuals and families who find themselves in difficult circumstances and who need a helping hand. Serving individuals and households in Gallatin County, Montana, Love INC is a Christian, faith-based, non-profit organization designed to connect the human, material and spiritual resources of dozens of local congregations with individuals and families struggling in difficult circumstances. To request assistance or learn more about what is available contact them at:

No office Appointments are available all requests are made via phone – 587-3008

HAVEN  –www.havenmt.org
HAVEN offers 24-hour emergency assistance, temporary shelter, legal assistance and advocacy, support and education for battered women and their children. HAVEN offers community education and referrals for those who batter. They can also assist with information and referrals for temporary restraining orders. For more information contact them at:

PO Box 752
Bozeman, MT 59715
586-4111 – Crisis Line
586-7689 – Business Office

Gallatin City-County Health Departmentwww.healthygallatin.org
This site has a wide array of resources to help people live healthy lives. For more information contact them at:

215 West Mendenhall
Bozeman, MT 59715
(406) 582-3100 – Human Services
(406) 582-3120 – Environmental Health
(406) 582-3115 – WIC

Thrivewww.allthrive.org
The mission of Thrive is to encourage healthy family development through
community awareness, parent education, and support to children and families. For more information contact them at:

400 East Babcock Street
Bozeman, MT 59715
(406) 587-3840

Montana 2-1-1www.montana211.org
2-1-1 offers assistance with general information and referrals as well as assistance for persons in crisis.

(406) 586-3333