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Crisis News

Crisis Funding Opportunities

Funding Source

Purpose

Awarded Communities

County and Tribal Matching Grant FY 20-21

Fund community-based crisis intervention and diversion projects to reduce the occurrence of unnecessary restrictive placements, such as incarceration or the Montana State Hospital.

Flathead County, Lake County, Missoula County, Ravalli County, Gallatin County, Lewis and Clark County, Silver Bow County, Sanders County, and Yellowstone County

Mobile Crisis Unit Grant FY 20-21

RFP Rerelease June 1, 2020

Fund the creation and operation of mobile crisis units.

MCU RFP Recording

Gallatin County

SAMHSA Funding for COVID-19 Relief

Increase availability of and access to behavioral health services due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

SAMHSA Grant Recording

TBD

County and Tribal Grant for COVID-19 Behavioral Health Response

Applications due May 7, 2020

Increase availability of and access to behavioral health services due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

CTMG COVID-19 Recording

Additionally, AMDD has compiled an FAQ based on questions received during the calls.

 

County-Tribal Matching Grant COVID-19 Project Summaries

For additional information about any of the above funding opportunities, please contact Mary Collins, Program Manager, at 406-444-9635 or at Mary.Collins@mt.gov.

Crisis Continuum of Care Resources

  • A series of webinars related to the crisis continuum of care have been developed to help communities improve their crisis systems. 
  • Access the Learning Sessions here: Crisis Continuum of Care Webinars 

SAMHSA National Guidelines

This February, SAMHSA released National Guidelines for Behavioral Health Crisis Care. It includes information on best-practices for operating crisis lines, mobile crisis response, and crisis stabilization facilities.

COVID-19 Resources