For over 65 years, Mental Health America has recognized May as Mental Health Month, with the goals of building public recognition about the importance of mental health to overall health and wellness; informing people of the ways that the mind and body interact with each other; and providing tips and tools for taking positive actions to protect mental health and promote whole health.
In recognition of Mental Health Month in Gallatin County, the Gallatin Mental Health Center is providing several free educational opportunities to which the public is cordially invited. Each seminar and presentation will cover a unique and relevant topic related to mental health, treatment and recovery.
All events are FREE and open to the public. CEU’s are available for $5.
- May 13th, 6-8pm @ Bozeman Public Library “Suicide within Our Culture”
Presented by: Karl Rosston, LCSW
- May 20th, 6-8pm @ Bozeman Public Library Mindfulness
Presented by: Teema Boies
- May 29th, 8:30am-5:30pm @ Bozeman Public Library Mental Health First Aid USA
Presented by: Amber Reilly, LCSW and Kim Codding, LCSW
*only 30 seats available; please email Kim Codding at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
GMHC Mental Health Month Fundraisers
- May 5th, 5-8pm @ 406 Brewing Company Bingo & prizes
- May 17th @ Bozeman Brewing Company Games & raffle for prizes
For more information about GMHC, or to sign up for the Hustle for Hope 5K Walk/Run on Saturday, May 30th, click here.
For more information and resources, check out the Mental Health America website.
For more information about mental health resources in Gallatin County, go here.