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Art show to benefit Mental Health Center

Art show to benefit Mental Health Center

Peggy Hough, Rainbow House clinical coordinator, helps hang artwork for a show opening at Q’s Art Shop and Gallery on Sept. 25 to benefit the Mental Health Center.

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Q's hosts art show to benefit the Mental Health Center

Q's hosts art show to benefit the Mental Health Center

Q’s Art Shop and Gallery, 1511 Sixth Ave. N., is hosting an art show and sale as a fundraising event to benefit artists who are clients of the Mental Health Center.

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Mental Health Center benefit art show

Mental Health Center benefit art show

A table display at Q’s contains items included in the art show benefiting the Mental Health Center.

September 18, 2014 4:00 pmLoading…
Mental Health Center sells Avenue D office building for $800,000; Center is moving downtown

Mental Health Center sells Avenue D office building for $800,000; Center is moving downtown

Squeezed out primarily by a shortage of parking, the South Central Montana Regional Mental Health Center has sold its building on Avenue D for $800,000 and is moving downtown to be closer to the people it serves.

September 12, 2014 7:00 pm Photos

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Mental Health Center expands services to include adolescents for first time in 18 years

Mental Health Center expands services to include adolescents for first time in 18 years

For the first time since 1996, adolescents with mental health issues — and their families — will have access to counseling and psychiatric services through the Billings-based community mental health center.

August 01, 2014 7:00 am Photos

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3 administrators fired at Miles City Mental Health Center

The three top administrators of the Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center in Miles City who were fired earlier this month have hired a Billings attorney to fight the terminations.

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Gazette opinion: Crisis center saves lives, money

Gazette opinion: Crisis center saves lives, money

South central Montana’s unusually cold, icy winter has been especially hard on the folks who arrive on foot and by patrol car every day and night at the Community Crisis Center. All have serious mental illnesses or chemical dependencies; most have both. More than 80 percent are homeless or o…

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Gazette opinion: Powerful interventions help Mental Health Center

Happy New Year greetings ring true at the Mental Health Center that serves Yellowstone and 10 neighboring counties.

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Gazette opinion: Mentally ill Montanans struggle without Medicaid

On Jan. 1, this column called attention to the urgent need for affordable, accessible, high-quality mental health care for all Montanans.

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Gazette opinion: How to prevent unnecessary trips to Warm Springs

If Yellowstone County residents were admitted to Montana State Hospital at the same rate as the rest of the state, the psychiatric hospital would have seen dozens more patients last year.

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Bullock advisers, DPHHS director tour Billings' mental health facilities

Bullock advisers, DPHHS director tour Billings' mental health facilities

Standing in the main reception room at the Community Crisis Center, members of Gov. Steve Bullock's staff watched and listened.

October 30, 2013 7:15 pmLoading…
Assessing the needs of the Mental Health Community

Assessing the needs of the Mental Health Community

Members of Governor Steve Bullock's staff toured Billings' services that cater to those who need assistance due to mental health issues.

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Gazette opinion: Community care best prescription for mental health

Fifty years ago this month, President John F. Kennedy signed the Community Mental Health Act, a law that has helped millions of Americans leave or avoid confinement in state mental institutions.

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Gazette opinion: Community will suffer with new gap in mental care

Need for mental health care of indigent Montanans has grown faster than funding.

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Gazette opinion: State grant averts crisis center crisis

When this column called for support of the Community Crisis Center two months ago, a crucial state grant was in question.

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Volunteer

The Billings Gazette is committed to promoting volunteerism as a way to build a caring community for all citizens. This listing includes opportunities registered with the United Way Volunteer Center.

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Mental health services face deep cuts

Mental health services face deep cuts

Deep cuts are being made to mental-health services for the poor in south-central Montana in response to declining state and federal support.

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Gazette opinion: Choosing sobriety: Treatment courts warrant support

Gazette opinion: Choosing sobriety: Treatment courts warrant support

Attending a buffalo hunt on the Crow Reservation is a sacred experience for tribal members and a rare privilege for nonmembers. For 10 Billings people, last weekend’s hunt was also a time to affirm their commitment to sobriety and to strengthen new friendships based on shared drug-free lifestyles.

September 04, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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Dr. James Peak

Dr. James Peak

Dr. James Peak apologizes for his past behavior and says, "I finally feel in control of an illness that I'd had for a long time." Michael Ramirez, right, clinical coordinator with the Montana Professional Assistance Program Inc. in Billings says Peak is a "strong candidate for rehabilitation…

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