SBRRC works closely with community partners to increase access to mental, physical, and spiritual health.
Tribal Executive Board
Tribal Planning Department
Fort Peck Tribal Health
Health Promotion Disease Prevention
Red Bird Woman Center
Chief Redstone Clinic
Verne E. Gibbs Clinic
Grants provide funding and infrastructure to the community in supporting various programs, including suicide prevention, opioid response, medication-assisted treatment, and wellness efforts.
The Substance Abuse, Prevention, Treatment, and Aftercare (SAPTA) grant from the Indian Health Service supports efforts to reduce the prevalence of suicide and substance abuse.
The Medication-assisted treatment grants from SAMHSA help provide medications in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies to sustain recovery.
The Indian Health Service Community Opioid Intervention Pilot Projects (IHS COIPP) grant to fund innovative approaches to address the opioid crisis through public awareness and education, support teams, and MAT. SBRRC leads culturally based prevention, horsemanship, equine therapy, and peer mentoring with this grant.
The Montana Healthcare Foundation (MHCF) grants make strategic investments to improve the health and well-being of all Montanans. SBRRC receives funding from MHCF to support capacity building efforts, training, and behavioral health services.
The Fort Peck Tribal Opioid Response (TOR) grant addresses the opioid crisis in Tribal communities through treatment, prevention, recovery support services and cultural practices. Participants receive support from certified peer recovery specialists to help them sustain recovery.