Mental Health & Well Being

Mental Health & Well-being

Mental Health & Well-being

If you are in crisis and need support,​call the Montana Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 24/7, at 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255) ​Or text “MT” to 741741

Mental Health:

A state of well-being in which an individual realizes their own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and is able to contribute to their community.

Well-being:

The state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy

 

The Guide Relief Program and our community of supporters are just as invested in the mental health and well-being of our guides as we are in their physical health.  

Our goal is simple: to start the conversation about mental health. We want to help our members understand that it is okay to not feel like yourself and to speak with someone about it. That someone could simply be a friend whom you love and trust, but there may come a time when your friend is out of their depth, and you need to speak with a professional. Not unlike a fishing guide, a mental health professional can help you navigate whatever mental health issues you may be experiencing.

The Guide Relief Program offers you information and resources to access mental health services – from a phone conversation with a professional to personal, one-on-one services.

Now What?

Talk To Someone 24/7

​If you feel as though you need to speak with someone immediately, the Help Center provides crisis counseling, advocacy, information, outreach, support, and services to clientele in a safe, confidential environment. The Help Center phones are open 24/7/365.

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Reach the Help Center by dialing  406-586-3333 OR 211

 
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One-On-One Services
 

​The Western Montana Mental Health Center offers services and programs for those who may want to take the next step and have more personalized interaction and services. With locations throughout Montana, WMMHC will help you find services regardless of where you live in the state.

NOTE: WMMHC currently has a program to covered the uninsured.

Contact the Western Montana Mental Health Center to get the conversation started. 406-556-6500

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Mantherapy
 

​If you are not yet ready to speak or see someone, but want to gauge where your head is. Well, meet Dr. Rich Mahogany. A man who pulls no punches when it comes to what is going on in the noggin. A man who simply states 'Life throws you curveballs, sometimes right at your manhood.' True.

Click here or on the photo be to take the 20 Point Head Inspection and get a run down of how you excel and where you can improve your mental health.

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Resources

​211 is the most comprehensive source of information about local resources and services in the country. Whether it be in looking for help in paying bills or finding food, 211.org has these resources along with those in seek of more information on mental health resources.

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Ask A Mental Health Professional
 

​Do you have a question or concern about mental health or substance abuse? You are a not alone. You now have the opportunity to ask a mental health professional your question or questions in complete confidence with your privacy intact.

Ask Your Question

 

Mental Health Partners

Western Montana Mental Health Center
Western Montana Mental Health Center (WMMHC) believes that mind, brain, and body well-being is essential to thrive. Recognizing all people will experience a mental health status change, or potentially live with a substance use problem, WMMHC provides comprehensive treatment programs for adults or children with behavioral health conditions who live in Montana. Their personalized mental health treatment and substance use programs are designed to help manage mental health conditions and overcome the lack of direction that may accompany it. 


The Help Center
The Help Center is a free, confidential service that is accessible 24 hours a day. They are there for anyone who is in crisis, feeling suicidal, needs information about community resources, or just needs someone to talk to. They are also a great resource if you are worried about someone in your life. They understand reaching out for help can be hard. In speaking with them, you will reach a compassionate and trained crisis counselor to listen without judgment. They can also provide referrals to mental health professionals. They are based in Bozeman, however, serve 13 counties in southwestern Montana and can often assist outside of those 13 counties.