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Local Resources

Eastern Montana Community Mental Health

Address: 100 W Laurel Ave, Plentywood MT, 59254

Point of contact: Sheri Hilyard, LCSW, LAC

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After hour calls are transferred to an on-call counselor, available to everyone, not just existing clients. Provides quality, professional, and comprehensive mental health and substance abuse treatment services. Accepts private insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, VA, and limited income clients may qualify for HELP Program or sliding payment scale.

Call

406-765-2550

Toll Free

800-597- 6608

or visit our website

Plentywood Veterans Outreach Clinic

Address: 440 W Laurel Ave, Plentywood MT, 59254

The Plentywood VA Outreach Clinic is here to help and support our local Veterans in need. The VA Clinic offers a variety of mental health resources, information, connection to behavioral health specialists, treatment options, and much more, all accessible to our local Veterans. If you are a Veteran interested in getting enrolled in the MT VA Healthcare System, please call our clinic for further questions on the enrollment process.

406-765-3719

Veterans of Foreign Wars

Address: 210 N Main ST, Plentywood MT, 59254

Our VFW is for those who served during qualifying periods of war and conflicts – eligibility determined by DD 214, which we will gladly review. Meetings are held at the Vet’s Club on Main Street, Plentywood, at 7pm on the first Tuesday of every month.

Call

406.765.1188

or visit 

vfw.org

for more information

Veterans Upward Bound

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VUB is a free statewide program of instruction and support services for veterans making a career change or preparing to enter or re-enter college.

Visit VUB online for more information.

Other Resources

The American Legion

Sons of the American Legion

Address: 210 N Main ST, Plentywood MT, 59254

Our Sons of the American Legion (SAL) is open to males with parents or grandparents who were/are Veterans qualified for American Legion membership. Prior military service is not required for SAL membership. Meetings are held at the Vet’s Club on Main Street, Plentywood, at 7:30pm on the first Monday of every month, along with the American Legion at the Vet’s Club.

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The American Legion

Address: 210 N Main ST, Plentywood MT, 59254

Our American Legion is open to ALL veterans who have served – during war and peace times. Meetings are held at 7:30pm on the first Monday of every month.

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for more information

The American Legion Auxiliary

Address: 210 N Main ST, Plentywood MT, 59254

The American Legion Auxiliary includes spouses, mothers, daughters, granddaughters, and sisters of American war veterans. Prior military service is not required for membership. Meetings are held at the Vet’s Club on Main Street, Plentywood, at 2pm on the second Sunday of every month. Kids welcome! All meetings are held in the conference area with a separate entrance at the back of the building. All of us are here to help, listen, lend a hand. There are resources that we can share, including ways to seek medical and mental health assistance.

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Other Resources

Veterans Advocate

Point of Contact: Lawrence Rhone - Member of the National Organization of Veterans’ Advocates, Inc.

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A Warrior’s transition from the battlefield/active military is not an easy task. Each Warrior experiences a degree of loss of self-worth (rank), loss of sense-of-purpose (occupational specialty), loss of community (unit). A brother or sister in arms experiencing the mere sense of still being alive can be an overwhelming challenge as well. Are you a Veteran? Do you have a Veteran in your family? Every Veteran coming out of the Armed Forces needs to know the process that is required to access programs. Meet with your Veteran’s Advocate for assistance and a clearer understanding of the processes.

Call

406-229-3555

or visit

rhonesfarmretreat.com

for more information

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