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Glacier County Mental Health Resource Guide



NAMI Montana compiled the Glacier County Mental Health Resource Guide as a service for mental health professionals, social workers, and family and friends of those in mental health crisis.

According to the 2020 Census, Glacier County Montana has a population of 13,753, an average individual income of $53,003, and an estimated 2,625 families.

If you are in a severe life-threatening crisis, please call or text 988 or otherwise contact your local law enforcement and emergency medical services.

Montana 211 connects you to non-emergency resources and assistance across Montana. Call 211 to reach them.




Mental Health and Addiction Services


Center for Mental HealthBrowning –406-338-6146
Cut Bank –406-873-5538
Indian Health Services406-338-2959
Addictive and Mental Disorders Division 406-444-3964
Montana Children’s Mental Health Bureau 406-444-4545
Mental Health America of Montana 877-927-6642
Veterans Administration1-800-827-1000
Glacier Community Health Center and Behavioral Health406-873-5670


Housing Assistance


Section 8 Low Income Housing Assistance800-761-6264
Housing and Rental Assistance 406-761-0310
Blackfeet Housing Authority406-338-5031


Section 8 Low Income Housing Assistance406-841-2840
Montana Fair Housing800-929-2611


Legal Assistance


County Sheriff 406-873-2711
Police Department  (non-emergency)406-873-2288
Bureau of Indian Affairs Law Enforcement 406-338-7544
Public Defender’s Office406-770-3200
County Attorney406-873-2277
(For complaints about facilities) – 406-444-3955


Montana Medicaid Transportation800-292-7114
Greyhound Bus800-231-2222


We do our best to keep the guides up to date, but we need your help with the process.  Please let us know if one of the contacts in your county is invalid or if there is another resource we should include.