welcome.The Havre/Hill County Behavioral Health Local Advisory Council is a local advocacy group working towards meeting the behavioral health needs of Hill County. We encourage anyone in the community to join us in our efforts. We partner with other local agencies to work as a team and offer referral services for those looking for behavioral health services.
Are you a mental health or substance use treatment service provider?
Are you looking for a way to let the community know about your services?
We are creating an online directory of behavioral health providers in Hill County and the surrounding area! This will help people learn about providers including their training, expertise, age groups served, service provided, insurances accepted and more!
And best of all...
Get a $10 gift card when you
share your story!
The Hill County Behavioral Health Local Advisory Council is looking for a diverse group of local residents to share their experiences!
We will be collecting interviews, poetry, short stories, songs, and art with mental health and recovery themes to be shared in Public Service Announcements on radio, TV, websites, and within community organizations.
Who We Are
The Hill County Behavioral Health Local Advisory Council members represent consumers, family members, behavioral health providers, primary care providers, educational organizations, and other community service providers.
By statute, 51% of the membership must those who are receiving behavioral health services or their family members.
What We Do
We examine services available in Hill County and work toward solutions to fill gaps in those services. We also provide education and awareness activities centered around mental health and substance use.
Local Advisory Councils are part of the state behavioral health system. We work with the Central Service Area Authority, Behavioral Health Advisory Council, and the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Addictive and Mental Disorders Division.
Our meetings are open to the public and are held the second Monday of each month at noon. Meetings are generally held at the Havre-Hill County Library and can be accessed online.