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AFSP Montana

The Local AFSP Montana Chapter works to prevent suicide and save lives through suicide prevention education, loss survivor support, and advocacy for legislation that helps save lives. They hope to convey a message that suicide is preventable, and aim to “stomp” stigma by getting this message out into the communities of Montana.


Contact Local Montana AFSP Chapter:
Katie Levine
Executive Director, MT and WY
(406) 531-4728

Ask in Earnest

An organization focused on suicide prevention in the farming and ranching population by raising awareness of its prevalence through community-based efforts. It encourages individuals to be aware of warning signs of suicide, and ask in earnest how someone is doing in order to prevent possible suicides.


Contact Ask in Earnest:

VA Suicide Prevention

Provides help and confidentiality to veterans, service members, and family members at no cost. Also aids in connecting these individuals to further resources, if necessary.


Contact Billings VA:
(406) 657-6071

St. Vincent Healthcare

A non-profit healthcare organization focused on bringing compassionate care to individuals of Montana and Wyoming through its primary care clinics and progressive specialty healthcare.


Contact St. Vincent Healthcare:
(406) 237-7000

Billings Clinic

A not-for-profit organization focused on providing excellent clinical quality, patient safety, and service to all of its patients.


Contact Billings Clinic:
(406) 238-2500

RiverStone Health

The Yellowstone City-County Health Department focuses on public health efforts that promote well-being and safety. It aims to serve their community through (HELP) Health, Education, Leadership, and Protection by engaging in community health issues and initiatives.


Contact RiverStone Health:
Fill out the contact form on their website or call (406) 247-3200.

Mental Health Center

An organization with the goal of helping individuals overcome obstacles that keep them from having a happy, healthy, and productive life via the offer of hope, while sharing helpful solutions.


Contact Mental Health Center:
(406) 252-5658

Crisis Center

Location of the first point of access for individuals in the Billings community experiencing a crisis. This center is available for anyone at any time, and focuses on providing the proper services for the needs of any given crisis.


Contact the Crisis Center:
Phone – (406) 259-8800
Fax – (406) 259-4400

Moms Demand Action

Part of a non-partisan movement across the nation to address gun violence through public safety measures and the encouragement of responsible gun ownership.


Contact Moms Demand Action:

Step Inc

An organization focused on building a compassionate and equitable community by empowering individuals to pursue growth and change. They strive to eliminate barriers that may stand in the way of this pursuit of change.


Contact Step Inc:
(406) 248-2055


Healthcare organization focused on serving the Native American Indian population with cultural competency and holistic care.


To Contact BUIHWC:

4Q6 Youth Alliance

A coalition that is focused on empowering Montana’s queer youth via the routes of service, leadership, and community-building opportunities.

Contact 4Q6 Youth Alliance:

Instagram: @4q6ya

Rainbow Coffee House

A weekly drop-in group for LGBTQIA+ youth and trusted ally aiming to connect youth throughout the community of Billings.


Contact Rainbow Coffee House:
Phone – (406) 318-9747
Email –

To connect with Rainbow Coffee House fill out the form on the home page of their website.

Big Sky Senior Services

An organization that empowers an elder to live at home by providing services that promote independence and enhance quality of life in an older population.


Contact Big Sky Senior Services:
(406) 259-3111