Mental Health Resources

depressedmanIf you, a friend, or a family member were going through a mental health crisis, felt suicidal, or full of anxiety would you know who to turn to for help?

In Gallatin County, we are lucky to have a number of resources for those facing a mental health crisis and those seeking long term care for any kind of mental illness. There are 24-hour hotlines and support groups along with counseling and psychological services, with people who are there to listen and help, so that no one has to go through it alone.


Read more about  Behavioral or Mental Health Crisis Intervention.


Mental Health Services in Gallatin County:

The Help Center – 24-Hour Crisis Line and Suicide Outreach

(406) 586-3333, information and referrals 211

Gallatin Mental Health Center – Adult outpatient treatment and case management with a sliding fee scale and some free counseling services.

699 Farmhouse Lane

(406) 556-6500

Community Health Partners (CHP)

Offering mental health counseling on a sliding fee scale.

Belgrade: (406) 922-0820

Bozeman: (406) 585-1360

Livingston: (406) 222-1111

Montana Warm Line – Non-crisis support line (

M-F 4pm-10pm & Sat-Sun 10am-10pm


Montana Suicide Prevention Lifeline – Toll-Free / 24 hours / 7 days a week


A.W.A.R.E., Inc. – Children’s Case Management, Outpatient Treatment & Psychiatric Services

(406) 587-1181

Hope House Crisis Stabilization

(406) 585-1130

Youth Dynamics – Outpatient Therapy & Children Case Management

(406) 585-9402

Yellowstone Boys ad Girls Club

1732 South 72nd Street West

Billings, MT, 59106

(800) 726-6755

(406) 655-2100

MSU Counseling & Psychological Services – For MSU students, staff & faculty

(406) 994-4531

Open Arms Drop-in Center – Peer-to-peer support

695 Farmhouse Lane

Monday-Friday 9 am-5 pm, Saturdays 9 am-5 pm

Recovery Group Meetings, Monday-Saturday noon-1pm

(406) 556-6500

MSU Human Development Clinic – Low-cost outpatient adults, children, couples and families

(406) 994-4113

Crisis Intervention Team – Gallatin Mental Health Clinic (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


Additional Resources


Mental Health Crisis/Emergency Help, click here to find out what to do in a mental health emergency

Crisis Intervention Resources, click here to see how you can identify different mental health issues and who you can call for help

Roots Wellness Guide

Support Groups, click here for everything from substance abuse to mental health

Substance Abuse Resources, click here for support groups in Gallatin County

Check out the complete Gallatin County Mental Health Resource Guide here


Check out this infographic from Sovereign Health Group on Mental Health in America! (click to enlarge)