Support & Resources

Support & Resources

Family Strength. Family Unity. Family Growth. These are OUR priorities, too! We want to help you and your family deal with difficult issues and stressful times. Youth Dynamics staff pride themselves on their commitment to the youth and families we serve. Depending upon the services your family receives, Youth Dynamics will offer as much support as possible. Please let us know if you have any questions or specific needs for help. We serve most of Montana, including Billings, Bozeman, Butte, Great Falls, Missoula, and Helena, along with 13 other locations. You may also reach us at 1-877-458-7022 to find out more about services and assistance near you.

In addition, here are links to some more resources for Montana families dealing with behavioral health issues. These include information on local groups and services, as well as websites with additional information and help.

Healthy Montana Kids:
Formerly called Children’s Medicaid and CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program), the State of Montana now calls these programs “Healthy Montana Kids” (HMK). This site provides information and applications for these programs. Both programs cover a wide variety of children’s behavioral health services. Eligibility is based on income. We will be happy to help you learn more about your family’s options.

Youth Dynamics Facebook page:
Our Facebook page is another great resource for families and professionals! This is a casual, laid-back place to learn about upcoming events, training, new research, family resources, and helpful ideas from everyone participating! Please join us for conversation and inspiration; we all stand together for Montana kids!

NAMI Montana:
NAMI Montana is actively involved in providing training to families, educating the community, offering support groups, and raising funds for additional programs. There are groups in nearly 10 Montana communities — check out the website for more information.

Mental Health America of Montana:
Mental Health America of Montana is a statewide education and advocacy organization. MHA-MT does a great deal of advocacy and education work, as well as sponsoring a statewide annual conference for professionals, people with mental illness, families, and other involved people.

State of Montana Children’s Mental Health Bureau:
This page has a lot of information about Medicaid and non-Medicaid mental health services in Montana, including a great deal of additional information on therapeutic treatment, different services available, support groups, and resources for youth.