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Missoula Community Resources: Mental Health

Need help with non-school related issues? This guide can help you find resources for childcare, food assistance, housing, and more.

Before calling help lines

Many helpline staffers are required to call the police if you disclose that you have a plan and an intention to harm yourself or others. Please take this in mind before calling a helpline if you would not choose to call the police yourself in your situation.

Free Online Meetings and Virtual Platforms listing of online 12-step meetings on various platforms

Al-Anon Electronic Meetings: This forum and recovery chat room for Alcoholics Anonymous members features voice chat, Skype, and text chat meetings connecting people from around the world.

Narcotics Anonymous: Listing of online meetings provided by NA

Alcoholics Anonymous Online Intergroup: Listing of online meetings from AA Intergroup

Smart Recovery: Message board, chat room, online meetings

Adult Children of Alcoholics: Phone and online meetings

In The Rooms (Online Meetings): An online platform supporting a wide range of 12-step and non-12 step meetings

Bridge Club Virtual Meetings: Meetings that are specifically focused on women and LGBTQIA+ folks who are sober or interested in sobriety.

Refuge Recovery Online Meetings: Listing of daily online meetings

Families Anonymous Virtual Meetings: Online meetings for parents, grandparents, siblings, spouses, significant others, other family members and friends of those with a current, suspected, or former drug problem.

Life Ring Recovery: Listing of online meetings. 

The Temper: An online publication that explores life through the lens of sobriety, addiction, and recovery. Includes links to resources. 

My Recovery: Online 12-step meetings

Mental Health Centers and Help Lines

  • Partnership Health Center (406) 258-4789 : Screened for symptoms of COVID-19 upon arrival.
  • Trans Lifeline (877) 565-8860 : Support line run by and for trans people, divested from police (will not call the police to your house).
  • Montana Warmline (877) 688-3377; : Free, confidential service for emotional support and referrals
  • Western Montana Mental Health (406) 532-9700 1201 Wyoming St. 
  • Montana Crisis Text Line : Text "MT" to 741741 - quick response to behavioral health crises
  • Winds of Change (406) 541-4673 : Open 9am-6pm Monday-Friday. Mental health center in Missoula
  • Tamarack Grief Resource Center (406) 541-8472 : Virtual counseling, support groups and kids groups. Call or visit to register for events. 
  • Behavioral Health Urgent Care Clinic 406-327-3034 : Hours 8:30am-5pm, 900 N Orange St, 1st Floor, Suite 102, Missoula, MT 59802, link to website
  • Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-TALK (8255)