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End of Year Giving Thank You!

By December 30, 2021May 16th, 2022No Comments
HELP letters spelled out
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NAMI Montana is so touched by all of the end of the year donations that are coming in. We are a really lean team that relies heavily on volunteers, so our fundraising efforts just aren’t as sophisticated as some of the other nonprofits.
These donations allow us to hit the ground running as we move into 2022. NAMI Montana is committed to strengthening and expanding the support groups and education classes available across Montana. With complicated mental health conditions, education and support can be essential to recovery.
There are three critical legislative studies involving Montana’s mental health and criminal justice system with hearings in January. NAMI Montana played a critical role in developing these studies and we are working to come up with more sustainable options for care and crisis services in our communities.
We are also working to pass the Guaranteeing Healthcare Access to Personnel Who Served Act which will expand access to critical mental health services for veterans like peer support and care for treatment-resistant depression. This bill will be essential to providing those services to veterans in rural states like Montana. We are hopeful that the bill will pass Congress in early 2022 and be ready for the President’s signature.
None of this would be possible without support of our donors. Thank you again for your generous assistance in this effort.
If you would like to make an end-of-year donation, you can:
  • Donate online at our website –
  • Send a check to NAMI Montana at P.O. Box 1021, Helena, MT 59624
  • NAMI Montana also has planned giving options available through the Montana Community Foundation and the NAMI Montana Trust. Please contact us if you’d like to learn more about these options.
Thank you!
Matt Kuntz
Executive Director
NAMI Montana
p.s. Please register for our free January 12th webinar with Dr. Erin Amato MD of Montana Psychiatry. Dr. Amato has a track record as one of Montana’s leading mental health innovators and we are really excited to see some of the innovations that she has brought into her practice. You can register at this link.