Our approach is geared toward alleviating the harmful effects of traumatic experiences and providing a foundation for healthy families and individuals. Providence Mental Health promotes a culture of safety, empowerment, and healing through trauma-informed care.
Most couples in a committed relationship experience challenges maintaining an intimate bond. It is possible to work together to save or improve your relationship.
Relationships with siblings, parents, and relatives can be painful and challenging. We can help you form new communication styles so you can enjoy closer, healthier relationships.
Providence Mental Health is proud to accept all major insurances, Medicare, and Medicaid.
Benefits dependent on specific insurance plans and coverage
Mental Wellness Community Partnership
Our partnership with Zephyr will culminate in a two-part wellness event in February. The first event will be a cycling class followed by a mindfulness meditation hosted at Zephyr on Saturday, February 5. The followup event will be a wellness night hosted at Providence on Thursday, February 10, with mindfulness activities and conversation centered around how physical and mental health are uniquely connected.
Zephyr is a Bozeman, Montana, rhythm-based cycling studio – a community that moves together. Their studio stands as a sanctuary for everyone to nurture their spirit and conviction. Their deepest aspiration is that people make the strides they need in the studio so they can unleash their best self on the world. And at Zephyr, they know that mental health is health. In collaboration with mental healthcare providers in the Gallatin Valley, they’ve created a program called ZephyrMoves through which they work to continue breaking down barriers to and stigma around seeking out therapy.
Whether looking to incorporate movement or therapy for the first time (or starting again), ZephyrMoves provides resources to help strengthen mind and heart connection by partnering with local mental healthcare providers throughout the year – and by working with those providers to confidentially help their clients access Zephyr more easily. PMH is thrilled to partner with Zephyr in January and February 2022 to facilitate movement and meditation experiences in collaboration to help Zephyr riders and PMH clients alike align their bodies, hearts and minds in the pursuit of supporting and caring for themselves.
For information on how to register, please call Providence.
Alternative contact information for emergency & crisis
situations can be found below:
1-406-586-3333 or 211
Montana Crisis Text Line
Text "MT" to 741741
Montana Suicide Prevention LIfeline
1-800-273- TALK (8255)
24 hrs/day 7 days/wk