The Center for Mental Health Research and Recovery, with support from the Montana
chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI Montana), was created in
2014 to address the mental health challenges unique to Montana and similar rural regions.
The Center seeks to advance innovation and discovery related to mental illness prevention,
diagnosis, and treatment, with an emphasis on the specific needs of Montanans, through
productive partnerships with the world’s preeminent mental health scientists, Montana
communities, and health service providers.
Saving Lives and Helping Families through Science
The CMHRR will serve as an academic center of excellence, successfully addressing
the mental health challenges of Montana and similar rural settings by partnering with
the world’s preeminent mental health scientists to advance innovation and discovery
related to mental illness prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.