FOR TEENS FOR FAMILY MEMBERS FOR CAREGIVERS WHO WE ARE
Emergency
If this is an emergency, please dial 911 for immediate help
OR
Emergency Line: 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)
Crisis Talk: 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)
Crisis Text: 1-800-799-4TTY (1-800-799-4889)
Crisis
The following lines have 24-Hour Support

Community Crisis Center 406-259-8800
Walk-Ins, Counselors and Medical Staff 24/7
704 North 30th, Billings, MT

Montana Suicide Hotline 406-252-5658

Tumbleweed: 888-816-4702
At-Risk, Homeless, and Runaway Youth

Gateway House – YWCA 909 Wyoming Avenue, Billings, MT ... Hotline- (406) 245-4472
(Domestic Violence Center –battered women and children)
Campus Resources
Mental Health Association of Montana (877) 688-3377
4 pm – 10 pm M-F, 10 am – 10 pm Sat-Sun

Let's Talk Billings
Sarah Keller 406-896-5824
skeller@msubillings.edu
Counselor Resources
Eric Gatlin – Social Worker – Private Practice (If you want to talk privately or email.)
Phone: 406-694-6842
Email: gatlincounselingservicesllc@gmail.com
Support Group
For individuals suffering mental health problems
Every Thursday from 1:00-2:30
Tuesdays at 7 pm for family members and friends at Family Support Network 1002 10th St W #1
Contact: NAMI Billings 256-2001 or casey@namibillings.org

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Let's Talk Billings

Let's talk... about feeling sad or depressed. About thoughts of hurting yourself. About reaching out and letting someone know how you're feeling.
You aren't alone. Everyone feels sad and depressed sometimes. Everyone has thoughts about suicide. That's why it's important that you find someone to talk to. Don't hold your feelings inside.
There is help. This website will link you to all kinds of resources. There are hotlines you can call right now, day or night. There are places right here in Billings where you can find support and help. There are lots of organizations and groups dedicated to helping teens who feel depressed or are having suicidal thoughts.
You've taken the first step. Now find the help that's out there for you.