Montana State University’s Counseling and Psychological Services will soon offer expanded suicide prevention resources and mental health outreach services to students with the help of a three-year $248,000 federal grant.
People listen and take notes as John Cutcliffe speaks at the fourth-annual suicide prevention conference at the Mansfield Health Education Center on Friday. More than 100 people were in attendance.
John Cutcliffe speaks at the fourth-annual suicide prevention conference at the Mansfield Health Education Center on Friday.
John Cutcliffe speaks at the fourth annual suicide prevention conference at the Mansfield Health Education Center on Friday.
With a unanimous vote after passionate statements of support, the Montana University System Board of Regents approved Thursday the creation of new collaborative mental health research effort at Montana State University in Bozeman.
LIBBY – Lincoln County authorities on Thursday released the name of the inmate who committed suicide in the county’s detention center on Aug. 28.
On Jan. 13, Brandon Jackson left for work as usual — or so his wife thought.
Stephanie Iron Shooter of the Montana Governor’s Suicide Mortality Review Team speaks during a World Suicide Prevention Day event at RiverStone Health on Wednesday.
Trista Jackson entertains her daughter, Willow, 10 months, before she speaks about her husband’s suicide as part of a World Suicide Prevention Day event at RiverStone Health on Wednesday.
Nathan Stahley of RiverStone Health is the chairman of the Suicide Prevention Coalition for Yellowstone Valley.
I lost a patient to suicide.
Hundreds of people, many who have lost friends and family to suicide or who know the pain of depression, will take to the streets Sept. 21.
BUTTE — Suicide is the cause of the death of Jim Ryan, whose body was found in June on Homestake Pass, authorities said this morning.
Who knew the biggest hurdle in getting to the bottom of suicide in Montana was a half-a-page of paperwork?
The president of the Montana Coroners Association said he wants the organization to be part of a statewide effort to reduce the state’s suicide rate and not be perceived as part of the problem.
For the first time in the 19-year history of the Montana Family Residency Program, residents will receive formalized training in suicide prevention.
Myriad efforts are under way throughout Montana to combat the state’s runaway suicide rate, all of which are aimed at raising awareness and equipping more people to identify those who are suicidal.
For the past four decades, Montana has ranked in the top five states with the highest suicide rate in the nation.
Candles were lit to honor the lives of American Veterans who have committed suicide at the NAMI Candle Light Ceremony on Saturday May 17, 2014 at Veterans Park.