Women In Action | Community Counseling in Big Sky, Montana
Find the support you or your family need in Big Sky, Montana. Services include access to confidential, affordable mental health counseling services, 24 hour help lines and safe havens.
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Find the support you need in Big Sky.

MSU – Human Development Clinic

Master’s level counseling interns provide:

  • Individual and group counseling
  • Couple, child, and family therapy
  • Career counseling
  • Skills and development workshops
  • Consultation and referrals

To for more information regarding services, fee scale, or to schedule an appointment, please contact one of the Big Sky Counselor Interns, Hanna McKinney and Ellie Jorgensen, at 406-570-3907.

ALCOHOL AND DRUG SERVICES OF GALLATIN COUNTY

Substance Use Disorder Counselor offers:

  • Intake screenings
  • Prevention strategies
  • Mental health and addictions counseling in individual and group settings
  • ACT/Prime for Life education classes

For more information regarding services, fee scale, or to schedule an appointment, please call Alcohol and Drug Services of Gallatin County at 406-586-5493.

Katy Fritz, MSW, LCSW-
Clinical Social Worker/Therapist

Licensed Clinical Social Worker provides strengths-based strategies to address:

  • Mental health needs of children, adolescents, and young adults
  • People experiencing depression, anxiety, grief & loss, self-esteem & attachement concerns

For more information regarding services, fee scale, or to schedule an appointment, please call (406) 206-0510.

JULIE WALKER –
M.ED, CANDIDATE LCPC

Candidate Licensed Clinical Practicing Counselor offering:

  • Mental health counseling for children, adolescents, and young adults
  • College and career counseling

For more information regarding services, fee scale, or to schedule an appointment, please call 406-579-3409.

HAVEN DOMESTIC ABUSE SUPPORT:

WIA has partnered with Haven Domestic Abuse Center to help bring Haven’s support services to Big Sky.  Haven offers a 24-hr support line, safe shelter for individuals and families, legal advocacy, individual counseling, support groups, and community education.  For information about Big Sky’s support group or Haven’s other services, contact 406-586-4111 or http://havenmt.org

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HELP CENTER:

WIA has partnered with the Help Center in Bozeman to provide Big Sky residents with up to date access to a full spectrum of local resources.

The HELP CENTER is a 24 hour Crisis Hotline and Referral Service, nationally accredited by Contact USA and the Alliance for Information and Referral Systems. They accept calls from a variety of clientele with issues ranging from suicidality, depression/anxiety to relationship/family problems. Their extensive database of resource information allows them to give appropriate referrals to inquirers on the hotline. To contact the Help Center, call (406) 586-3333 or http://www.bozemanhelpcenter.org

Here are a few of their services:

  • 24-Hour Crisis and Help Line: Need help?  Someone to just talk to?  Concerned about someone?   Need help finding resource?  Call (406) 586-3333
  • Suicide Intervention and Prevention: 24-hour hotline.  Call 1-800-273-TALK or the Help Center directly at (406) 586-3333
  • Sexual Assault Outreach and Counseling: Hotline and referral, individual counseling for survivors and significant others, crisis intervention and outreach, legal and medical advocacy, hospital visits (including Big Sky).  All services are fee.
  • Child Advocacy Center: Forensic interviews, support and advocacy for child and family, trauma focused therapy, medical evaluation. (406) 586-3333
  • Hearts and Homes: Supervised visitation with children due to divorce or court order.  (406) 585-8544
  • Telecare: daily phone calls for homebound individuals (could be elderly individuals or those that are sick or bedridden).  Coordination with friends, families, and neighbors
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