In February 2021, the state of Montana DPHHS, received a FEMA/SAMHSA disaster relief grant to provide crisis counseling for all Montanans experiencing stress, depression, sadness, fear, anxiety, and other mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. This resource remains available through February 15, 2022.
Montana Crisis Recovery is a COVID-19 specific crisis call center available to all Montanans staffed by Crisis Counselors. All calls to the line are free and confidential.
Crisis Counselors can:
- help identify information and resources available to callers and problem solve through the stress they are experiencing; and,
- provide that immediate listening ear without judgment, offer emotional support, focus on immediate needs
- Crisis counselors are non-clinical. Therefore, they do not take a deep dive into someone’s personal life as a therapist would.
Crisis Response Call line: 1-877-503-0833
For more information visit: https://montanacrisisrecovery.com