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
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
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
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.
This month, we are highlighting the organization that grew out of the Behavioral Health Leadership Initiative: The Behavioral Health Alliance of Montana, or “BHAM.”
This month, we are highlighting United Way of Yellowstone County and the new partnership they created to address homelessness and substance abuse.
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.
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.
A New School-Based Health Center at St. Labre Indian School Provides Medical and Behavioral Health Services to Students and the Community.
In recent years, Montana has seen per capita health spending rise faster than it has in 41 other states. As healthcare costs continue to rise, there is a need for innovations to improve health outcomes while also helping to contain costs.