Contact Information for healthcare and other services:

YAM Program Contact:

Center for Mental Health Research and Recovery (CMHRR) at MSU
We can help answer any questions that you may have about the YAM program. We are available M-F from 8am-5pm.
(406) 994-1600, cmhrr@montana.edu

In Terry:

Eastern Montana Mental Health
24/7 Treatment Helpline (844) 201-5157
Terry Office (406) 234-1687
http://www.emcmhc.com/

In Miles City:

oneHealth
(406) 874-8700, info@onehealthmt.com
http://onehealthmt.com/

Youth Dynamics
Marci Kapor-Davis (406) 232-4233
http://www.youthdynamics.org/

National:

Crisis Text Line
Text “START” to 741741
A live, trained Crises Counselor will receive your text and respond back quickly.
You can contact this number 24/7.

National Suicide Hotline
1-800-273-TALK (8255)
This phone number will connect you to a live, trained crisis counselor in your area.
You can contact this number 24/7.

911
Remember, if you are ever in need of help, you can always call 911.

At your school:

Elizabeth Smith, School Counselor
Ms. Smith is a counselor at Terry High School. She can listen to you and help you with your problems.
(406) 853-3840; elizabeths@terryschools.com

Contact Information for some activities and organizations close to you:

In Terry:

Montana 4-H
Sharla Sackman: (406) 635-2121; sackman@montana.edu
http://www.msuextension.org/prairie/ 

Terry Community Presbyterian Church Youth Group
(406) 635-5726
http://terrypresbyterian.weebly.com/

Badlands Bible Fellowship Youth Group
(406) 635-4317 

In Glendive:

Glendive Recreation Department – Offering multiple youth programs 
(406) 377-5471; recdept@midrivers.com
http://www.glendiverec.com/youth-programs.php

Boy Scouts – Troop 0139
Jonathon Westenskow: (406) 377-6012
https://beascout.scouting.org/; http://www.scouting.org/ 

In Miles City:

Outlaw Baseball Club
Mitch Frare: (406) 853-9607; csifrare@gmail.com
http://www.outlawsbaseballclub.com/

MSU does not endorse or warrant the services of any entity listed. This listing is for informational purposes only, individuals must decide whether the resources meet their unique needs.