Heads Up Behavioral Health Camp

  Heads Up Camp launches this summer and is designed for students interested in careers in the field of Behavioral Health. Students will explore a variety of career paths including social worker, counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists, behavioral health aides and other positions within the field. Students will learn about key topics in behavioral health including stress, […]

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Kids In Motion

Kids In Motion “KIM” is an active transportation educational program, encouraging young people and their families in the Billings Community to make economic and healthy transportation choices to reach schools, their friends’ homes, and stores. KIM is sponsored by St. Vincent Healthcare and facilitated by Billings Public Schools, The Education Foundation, The City of Billings, […]

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Healthy Lifestyles Program

  Holy Rosary Healthcare has offered a Healthy Lifestyle program for those wanting to change their own person lifestyle since 2008.  The program is for individuals interested in losing weight, increasing physical activity, and decreasing risk factors for diabetes and cardiovascular disease. The Healthy Lifestyles program is based on a medically guided program that helps participants make long-term, […]

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Screen-Free Week!

Screen-Free Week is an annual, international celebration when families, schools, and communities swap digital entertainment for the joys of life beyond the screen. Instead of watching TV, surfing the web, or playing with apps and video games, they read, play, think, create, get active, and spend more time with family and friends. On May 1-7, […]

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Colstrip Parks and Recreation District

  The Colstrip Community Center’s purpose is to help, serve, and improve the quality of life in Colstrip, Montana. The Colstrip Community Center fitness facilities get more use than any other facility in the park district. They try to keep up the best and safest equipment available for their countless users. In addition, they have a multitude of classes with all skill levels and well […]

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The Healthy Teton County Coalition

  The Healthy Teton County Coalition began in October 2013, when several concerned community members got together and brainstormed how business, organizations, and individuals living and working in Teton County could get together and advocate for healthier lifestyles. There are already a good number of resources available in Teton County that promote healthy living, and […]

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Cascade County Safe Kids Coalition

Safe Kids Cascade County, which is led by the Cascade County Health Department, provides a dedicated and caring staff with operation support and other resources to assist in achieving our common goal: keeping your kids safe. Based on the needs of the community, this coalition implements evidence-based programs, such as car-seat checkups, safety workshops, and sports clinics […]

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Montana Asthma Project Havre, MT

    The Montana Asthma Control Program is a grant funded program that focuses on the 0-17 age group to improve their quality of life.  Identifying environmental factors and asthma triggers helps with the overall management of asthma. An Asthma Control Nurse will focus on educating your child and family to help reduce office visits caused by asthma attacks. What the […]

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Flathead County

Big Brothers Big Sisters is not your typical organization. They help children realize their potential and build their futures. They nurture children and strengthen communities. They believe that inherent in every child is the ability to succeed and thrive in life. Most children served by Big Brothers Big Sisters live in low-income and single-parent families, […]

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Building Active Glendive

Dawson County and the city of Glendive (the county seat) are working hard to make their streets safer for walking and biking. Due to the oil boom in past years in eastern Montana and North Dakota, car and truck traffic in this small rural county had greatly increased and exacerbated safety issues for pedestrians and bicyclists. In addition, […]

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NA @ 10K Meeting

The use of narcotics is a significant problem that many Montanans are faced with. Whether it is alcohol, meth, or anything in between, many Montanans struggle every day to cope with their addition and actively seek help doing so. In the most recent survey, 10.77 percent of Montanans reported using illicit drugs in the past […]

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Fourth of July Races

Get out and get active this Fourth of July in Montana! With races all over the state, there is no reason not to participate and work off some of those calories the holiday usually brings! Besides 5Ks, there are a variety of shorter and longer races to partake in! See the list below. Let Freedom […]

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