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Resources

Adult Mental Health Resources

 

Montana state wide mental health services for adults

Veterans Crisis Line

Call: 1-800-273-8255 and Press "1"

Support for deaf and hard of hearing: 1-800-799-4889

Text: 838255

Chat: https://www.veteranscrisisline.net/get-help/chat

MentalHealth.gov

One stop access to U.S. government mental health and mental health problems information.

Coping with a disaster or traumatic event

Head Injuries and Mental Health

A National Institutes of Health-funded study identifies risk factors for neuropsychiatric conditions after concussion.

Media that Addresses Mental Health

5 films that address mental health

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

Learn more about Mental Health

NAMI HelpLine:

Call: 1-800-950-NAMI (6264)

Website: nami.org/help

The NAMI HelpLine can be reached Monday through Friday, 10 am–6 pm, ET.

HelpLine staff and volunteers are prepared to answer your questions about mental health issues including:

  • Symptoms of mental health conditions

  • Treatment options

  • Local support groups and services

  • Education programs

  • Helping family members get treatment

  • Programs to help find jobs

  • Legal issues (the NAMI Legal Resource Service can connect individuals with attorneys in their area but does not have the resources to provide individual representation)

LivWell49

The LiveWell49 Coalition is dedicated to embracing a culture of health in Park County through creative community solutions and effective outreach. LiveWell49 acts as the umbrella organization for all entities and individuals working to improve the health of Park County citizens and acts as the hub for all resources and information involved in its mission.

LivWell49 Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Resources

National Association of Social Workers

Suicide Resources

 

If you are a student and concerned about your friend, it is very important to get a trusted adult involved immediately. If you are a parent concerned about your child, obtain professional help for your child, increase your supervision, and remove any lethal means from their ready access. Many people are hesitant to ask directly about suicide for fear that they will be planting the idea in the mind of the person. Asking them directly about thoughts of suicide provides them an opportunity to unburden themselves and to receive the support and services they need.

 

If you’re thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433) or 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or text "MT" to 741741 (a free 24/7 text line for people in crisis) where trained crisis responders are available 24 hours a day. Do not leave a suicidal individual alone. If a suicide attempt has been made, immediately contact 911.

Talk To Someone Now: Lifeline (suicidepreventionlifeline.org)

If you are in crisis and need help, call the Montana Suicide Prevention Lifeline at:

Call: 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)
Text: “MT” to 741741

Recognizing the Signs of Suicide

MentalHealth.gov

One stop access to U.S. government mental health and mental health problems information.

 

Ask In Earnest

A website with resources for suicide prevent in Montana's farm/ranch community

Shodair Children's Hospital

Suicide prevention helpline and resources. Located in Helena.

Recommended Book

After a Suicide Resource Directory

Recommended Videos:

Family of Montana farmer who died of suicide hoping to prevent others from doing same– KTVQ News, CNN Jessica Ravitz, August 22, 2018, You Tube video –6:02 min

"The New Frontier with Taylor Tucker – Ask in Earnest” - January 13, 2019, You Tube video – 4:08 min 

RISE

RISE was established on August 1, 2016 as a non-profit corporation founded by Chantelle Plauché. Its vision is a community-wide, integrated system of support, in which children have safe spaces to work and play while being guided toward self-sustaining success. RISE has at its core the understanding that young people should be empowered to choose the course of their own futures. However, some among them may not have observed or even imagined viable options due to their life circumstances. Limited by their vision of what is possible, their lives and choices often become restricted to a survival-level struggle. The mission of RISE is to empower children at their most vulnerable by offering opportunities and fostering connection.

RISE’s values are to support strong, self-sufficient habits in young people so they may choose and sustain a healthy, fully functional, and productive life as a citizen of their world. Another core value of RISE is its inclusivity: its programs do not only serve one facet of the community, but bring youth together to share their skills, stories, and experiences.

In a word, the goal of RISE is connection: to opportunities, to each other, to the community, to the world. These opportunities are partly structured in RISE programming and shaped by its values, and partly emerge from the youth participants, as they begin to explore their interests and develop them with guidance.

Visit Rise Facebook Page

Substance Abuse & Mental Illness

 
"Many people who are addicted to drugs are also diagnosed with other mental disorders, including anxiety and depression. Some people develop mental health problems related to their compulsive drug use, and some people take drugs in an attempt to alleviate symptoms of mental health disorders. Whatever symptoms appear first, it is important to treat all mental illnesses at the same time." -National Institute on Drug Abuse

Comorbidity: Substance Use Disorders and Other Mental Illnesses

Common Comorbidities with Substance Use Disorders

Adolescent Marijuana Use Is Linked to Altered Neural Circuitry and Mood Symptoms

Drug Prevention Facts

Mental Health and Addiction Insurance Help

"Our goal is to help teens stand up to negative pressures, or influences. The more aware you are of the influences around you, the better prepared you will be to face them, including the pressure to use drugs and alcohol." -Above the Influence

MentalHealth.gov

One stop access to U.S. government mental health and mental health problems information.

Covid 19 Resources

 

Parenting Resources

 
Parenting Montana

Parenting Montana is website containing parenting tools that can help you support your child’s success. The site has different tools based on your child’s age.

Bullying
"When adults respond quickly and consistently to bullying behavior they send the message that it is not acceptable. Research shows this can stop bullying behavior over time. Parents, school staff, and other adults in the community can help kids prevent bullying by talking about it, building a safe school environment, and creating a community-wide bullying prevention strategy." -Stop Bullying.gov

10 Ways to Help Your Child Deal with Bullies

Bullying; Help Your Child Handle a Bully

30 Books to Help Your Child Deal with Bullying

MentalHealth.gov

One stop access to U.S. government mental health and mental health problems information.

Resilience
"Resilience refers to one’s ability to “bounce back” from adversity. When faced with a difficult life event – for example, the sudden loss of a loved one – resilient individuals are able to successfully cope with, or adapt to, the associated stress." -About Kids Health

The 7 C's: Building Blocks of Resilience in Kids

How Resilience is Built

MentalHealth.gov

One stop access to U.S. government mental health and mental health problems information.

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The Effects of Electronics on the Brain

Financial Resources

 

We make every effort to make our fees and services affordable. No one will be denied access to services due to the inability to pay. Different services may involve different required paperwork and unique financial assistance.

L’esprit agrees not to discriminate in the provision of services to an individual because the individual is unable to pay, because payment for those services would be made under Medicare, Medicaid, or CHIP, or based upon the individual’s race, color, sex, national origin, disability, religion, age, or sexual orientation.

How do I pay for services?

L’esprit accepts Payment for Services from the following agencies:

L’esprit is a Healthy Montana Kids Enrollment Partner and will assist you in applying for Healthy Montana Kids or Healthy Montana Kids Plus services if your family qualifies.

 

For more information, please visit http://hmk.mt.gov/.

To apply for HMK or HMK Plus, you please visit https://apply.mt.gov/.

Need Additional Assistance?

If you need additional assistance with applying for HMK or HMK Plus, please go to the Offices of Public Assistance (OPA) website to find your local office address and phone number or call 1-888-706-1535

Alternative Payment Options

L’esprit accepts Medicare, Medicaid, CHIP, and private insurance. L’esprit offers a sliding fee for individuals who do not qualify for public assistance and cannot afford services. Our goal is to provide services to those who need it regardless of their ability to pay. We understand the hardships that result from excessive medical bills and we are here to work with you to ensure that you receive the care you need. A payment agreement can be arranged based on your household income and size of your household to alleviate the financial burden of services provided by L’esprit.

For more information and to determine if you qualify view our Sliding Fee Information Sheet.

To apply for the sliding scale complete and submit the Sliding Fee Application.

To apply for Medicare, Medicaid, or CHIP, visit the Montana DPHHS.

To learn how to use your Medicare mental health benefits, view the Medicare Resources for Mental Health Care.

Partners & Community Outreach

 
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