AFSP Montana works to educate about suicide prevention, focus on effective legislation and support those who have lost a loved one or have lived experience.
September 2013 – The first annual Montana Conference on Suicide Prevention. Faculty included: Karl Rosston, Dr. Heather Zaluski, Matt Kuntz, Kellie LaFave, Christina Powell and Don Wetzel
June 2014 – 2nd conference with faculty including: Dr. Barbara Stanley, Karl Rosston, Scott Malloy, Brian Gootkin and Scott Rapson
June 2015 – 3rd conferencewith faculty including: Dr. Kelly Posner, Dr. Renee Reijo Pera, Dr. Matt Bylerly and Karl Rosston
July 2016 – 4th conference with faculty including: Dr. Cynthia Grant, Dr. Heather Zaluski, Karl Rosston, and Colleen Rahn
July 2017 – 5th conference with faculty including: Dr. David Brent, Matt Kuntz, Karl Rosston, Maya Howell, Dr. Heather Zaluski, Erin Butts and Dr. Len Lantz
July 2018 – 6th conference with faculty including: Dr. Scott Poland, Dr. Sandra Bailey, Dr. Mark Schure, Karl Rosston, Susan Hay Patrick and Kim Spurzem
June 2019 – The 7th annual Montana Conference on Suicide Prevention
When Montana has been in the top five states with the highest suicide rate for the past four decades, we will only meet with success with an organized, unified effort that draws together concerned Montanans who pool their strengths, expertise and time in 'reaching out to help our neighbors' on this important issue.
Thanks for the support that’s made it all possible!
Len Lantz, MD
It’s amazing what we can do when we come together.
NAMI Montana supports, educates, and advocates for Montanans with severe mental illnesses and their families.
The Big Sky Regional Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is Montana's professional organization of child and adolescent psychiatrists.