Mental Health Resources to Help During the COVID-19 Health Event

Are you or a friend in crisis?


If you or someone you know is feeling overly stressed, anxious, overwhelmed, isolated, lonely, depressed or suicidal, please call 211.  211 is the call center operated locally 24/7 by the Bozeman Help Center.  They can help you find the resources or help you need.  They can also be a listening ear if you need someone to talk to during these uncertain times. They can help you cope with the range of emotions you may be having right now.  You can also research services online at


Mental Health and Social Services Resource Guide available


Relationship Safety - Gallatin County Resources




Links to other helpful resources during this stressful time.


National Council on Behavioral Health

resources and tools for addressing coronavirus - covid-19

navigating the behavioral health impacts of the coronavirus

UC HEALTH - University of Colorado

5 tips to ease coronavirus anxiety

CDC - Centers for Disease Contol

managing stress and anxiety during coronavirus outbreak

WHO - World Health Organization

mental health considerations during this outbreak

Greater Good Science Center - UC Berkley

greater good magazine - science based tips for living a healthy life