Grantee Spotlight: Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center
As a grantee in our Behavioral Health Continuum of Care initiative, the Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center (EMCMHC) is changing how mental health and support services are provided – and accessed – in Eastern Montana. Through the new Montana Assertive Community Treatment (MACT) Program, small teams of health professionals travel into the community and … Continued
Grantee Spotlight: Missoula’s Supportive Housing Project
To improve health outcomes for Missoula residents experiencing homelessness and require frequent, high-cost medical services, the Missoula Supportive Housing Collaborative partnered with the Missoula Housing Authority to establish the Housing is Health Care initiative’s first single-site supportive housing units at Cornerstone. As part of the Housing is Health Care initiative, the Collaborative used FUSE (frequent … Continued
Grantee Spotlight: Spotted Bull Recovery Resource Center
In October 2021, the Spotted Bull Recovery Resource Center is targeted to open the doors of a new residential treatment program for the Fort Peck community. Spotted Bull has historically been the Fort Peck Tribes’ outpatient chemical dependency center. In 2016, they applied for a planning grant to start thinking about how they could treat … Continued
American Indian Health: Featuring Our Work With The Blackfeet Nation
As an example of how we support Tribes in realizing their own health improvement goals, we are highlighting the Blackfeet Nation – one of our longest-standing partners – and how they are transforming their health system.
Innovation Spotlight: The Behavioral Health Alliance of Montana
This month, we are highlighting the organization that grew out of the Behavioral Health Leadership Initiative: The Behavioral Health Alliance of Montana, or “BHAM.”
Innovation Spotlight: United Way of Yellowstone County
This month, we are highlighting United Way of Yellowstone County and the new partnership they created to address homelessness and substance abuse.
Innovation Spotlight: Sprout Oral Health
To address oral health disparities, Sprout Oral Health developed and implemented a sustainable School Nurse Fluoride Varnish Program in low-income elementary and Head Start schools.
Partnership Health Center’s Super-Utilizer Project
In 2016, MHCF awarded Partnership Health Center with a $148,000 grant to implement a two-year Care Management for Super-Utilizers Program. Learn more about how the program is reducing hospitalizations and associated costs.