Resources for Rural Mental Health and Suicide Prevention- We Care for the Country.
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SAMHSA Disaster Distress Helpline 1-800-985-5990
If you are in a severe life-threatening crisis, please call 911 or otherwise contact your local law enforcement and emergency medical services.
Old prescriptions left unsecured in the home can often be an easy sources for someone thinking about abusing prescription medications and can pose danger to pets or children who may accidentally ingest them. They can also be confusing for elderly people who may have multiple prescriptions. Do not throw pills in the trash or dispose by flushing.
Montana Treatment Provider Information
Substance Abuse Disorder Providers and Level of Care in Montana
Resources for Rural Leaders
USDA Rural Community Action Guide- Once thought to be a problem only in big cities, the addiction crisis is crippling small towns and rural places across rural America. No community, geography, or zip code has escaped its reach.
Montana County Resource Guides
Montana State University Extension Addressing Mental Health in Non-Clinical Settings. Find a local trainer for Mental Health First Aid Courses.
Ask in Earnest- You don’t have to be a professional mental health counselor to help save a life. Just as our name indicates, asking in earnest can make a difference.
Farm Town Strong- The opioid crisis has struck farm and ranch families much harder than the rest of rural America. Farm towns will overcome this epidemic through strong farmer-to-farmer support and the resilience of our communities.
QPR Training- Question. Persuade. Refer. Three steps anyone can learn to help prevent suicide. Individual, Organization or Professional Training Options.