(406) 758-5820 (Kalispell)
ImagineIF Libraries are places of exploration and discovery with hands-on activities and experiences for all ages to transform vision, dreams and desires into reality.
(406) 309-6755 (Kalispell)
Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch, a nonprofit organization, is trusted locally and nationally as a leader in the field of mental health care for children and their families. YBGR utilizes evidenced-based treatment approaches for depression, anxiety disorders, oppositional behavior, mood disorders, attachment and trauma related symptoms, addictions, and personality disorder traits through Case Management and Home Support Services.
Children’s Special Health Services (CSHS) is a branch of the Montana Department of Public Health & Human Services (DPHHS) that works to help children and families in Montana receive the healthcare and supportive services they need in their communities through programs that help educate families and providers, connect families to needed resources, and provide care for children (0-21 years of age) throughout the state.
(877)870-1190 (Kalispell office)
The mission of MEC is to empower, encourage and educate all Montana families of children and young adults (birth to 26 years of age) with disabilities. MEC provides online resources and individualized assistance to help Montana parents and educators to support and enrich the lives of children with disabilities. MEC is approved for the Parent Training Information (PTI) Center grant as a federally funded program.
Montana F2F center staff can connect you with providers, programs, or other families dealing with issues similar to the ones your family is facing, as well as research answers to questions about services and resources available in Montana.
(406) 758-7490 ext. 4096 (Parent Partner-Kalispell)
To offer every Montana parent/caregiver of a child with special healthcare needs access to a relationship with a Parent Partner for the purpose of inspiring and encouraging hope by providing access to relationships, information, and resources. Supports families who have children with special healthcare needs.
MonTECH provides technology, support, and services that improve the quality of life for Montanans with disabilities through free, confidential information about assistive technology (AT) devices and services. Assistive Technology (AT) is any item, piece of equipment, software, or product system used to increase, maintain, or improve functional capabilities of persons with disabilities.
An easy-to-use, informative website that provides solutions for caregivers of children with cerebral palsy. The hope is to help families that use Cerebral Palsy Guide by offering information about this condition, the various treatment methods available and ways to find doctors or legal help.
(406) 755-2425 (Kalispell)
The Child Development Center (CDC) is a western-Montana nonprofit who supports children who have developmental delays and disabilities, partnering with families to support the developmental needs of children where they live, play and grow.
The Early Childhood Coalition of Flathead Valley is an inclusive effort to bring all community-based organizations that serve young children and families together so they may work together in providing essential early childhood services.
(406) 756-1414 (Kalispell)
The Nurturing Center’s mission is to provide supportive, respectful services that strengthen families, increasing the number of children raised in healthy, nurturing environments. Offering subsidized childcare, parenting classes, and supervised visitation program.
ParentingMontana.org has information and tools for children at every age to address a variety of challenges. It provides easy-to-use tools to support your child’s success from birth through the teen years.
Safe Kids Worldwide® is a nonprofit organization working to help families and communities keep kids safe from injuries. Most people are surprised to learn preventable injuries are the #1 killer of kids in the United States. Throughout the world, almost one million children die of an injury each year, and almost every one of these tragedies is preventable.
Provides a safe harbor for those in the community with nowhere else to turn. Those who seek help are provided with food, clothing, shelter and most importantly, job training, which provides an avenue to develop competency in meeting life’s financial, emotional, family, legal and rehabilitation challenges.
(406) 752-7273 (24-hour helpline) / (406) 752-4735 (Kalispell office)
Promotes safety, independence and empowerment to survivors of domestic and sexual violence in Flathead Valley. Offering a 24-hour helpline, court advocacy, safety planning, counseling support, and shelter.
A website dedicated to transforming the lives of children and families struggling with mental health and learning disorders by giving them the help they need. The leading independent nonprofit in children’s mental health providing evidence-based care, educational resources, training educators, and developing tomorrow’s breakthrough treatments.
(406) 300-0451 (Kalispell office)
Firefly Horse Co. offers Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, Art Therapy, and Farm Environment Therapy for all ages to improve quality of life, deal with anxiety or depression, and become more self-confident through nature-based and animal-assisted alternative therapy programs with a team of counselors.
(406) 758-3244 (Kalispell)
Logan Health Newman Center offers client-centered outpatient psychiatric care and therapy services for adults, adolescents and children comprising medication management and therapy; addressing a wide range of concerns including but not limited to anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship issues, and stress and life changes.
(406) 756-8721 (Kalispell office)
As a nonprofit, Sunburst is committed to helping those in Montana communities get through life's challenges with mental health and family services from caring professionals, including a 24/7 crisis line.
(406) 298-5728 (Whitefish office)
Sweetgrass Psychological Services provides individuals, children, families, and couples with excellent mental health services including therapy, assessment, coaching, consultation, and addictions counseling.
(360) 317-7444 (Whitefish)
Lori Miller, RDH, COM is an Orofacial Myologist. Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy (OMT) is a series of exercises and therapeutic techniques designed to optimize the function of the oral/facial muscles through neuromuscular retraining.