Mental Health and Behavioral Health Support Information and Links

Community Resources

We recognize many people are feeling stressed and anxious in these uncertain times. The Missoula City-County Health Department has compiled some helpful resources for anyone experiencing changes in their mental health, including a crisis line ready to take your call. A print-friendly guide to these resources is also available

Please also be sure to take advantage of telehealth options with your therapists and counselors.

WATCH: Available resources in the community, checking in on each other when social distancing makes it hard

Crisis Text Line: Text “MT” to 741-741

Suicide prevention

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
  • Missoula City-County Health Suicide Prevention office: 406-258-3881
  • Project Tomorrow Montana: https://projecttomorrowmt.org/

Mental health support

Parenting support

Substance abuse support

All-abilities support

  • Summit Independent Living provides services to help all individuals with disability remain as independent as possible.
  • BASE Missoula community center is offering virtual programming aimed at enriching life through the arts as well as assisting individuals in the pursuit of fun, education, employment and interdependence.

Domestic violence support

  • Crime Victim Advocate Line: 406-258-3830 or visit the website for more communication options. 
  • Missoula YWCA Crisis Line: 406-542-1944 or visit the website for more communication options. 

Veteran support

Provider support

  • Missoula Provider Support is a community group created to support Montana healthcare providers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Stress relief and self care