STRONG as ONE……STRONGER TOGETHER!
As a community coalition, the mission of Butte Cares Inc. is to offer support, in the form of volunteers, logistics, planning, and/or finances, to local agencies with complementary missions. Butte Cares Inc is proud to partner with the following agencies and organizations to help build a safe, healthy and drug-free community. For more information on these agencies, please click on the links below.
Gallatin Valley Communities That Care
Community wide holistic approach to reducing health and behavioral problems in young people. CTC implements evidence-based prevention strategies to address Gallatin Valley’s unique risk and protective factors. Functioning as a community coalition, CTC consists of a key leader board, a community board, and a youth coalition who drive the progression of our work.
Butte-Silver Bow County Government: Learn more ->
BSB DUI Task Force & BSB Law Enforcement
The Butte-Silver Bow DUI Task Force’s mission is to reduce and prevent impaired driving. The group often engages and supports a variety of activities such as: Responsible Alcohol Service Trainings, Retail Compliance Checks, Overtime Traffic Patrols for high risk events and times of year, Policy and Legislative proposals.
To learn more about the DUI Task Force for City and County please visit the attached link. at: DUI Task Force
Butte Silver Bow Health Department: Suicide Prevention Test your mental illness knowledge today with NAMI Montana’s new online Brainy Brain Quiz Show Game. Follow this link to learn while you play about mental illness diagnoses, symptoms, treatment, research, and amazing people affected by these conditions.
Butte Family YMCA.
Butte School District #1 and Butte Central Schools are key coalition partners in the fight against drugs, alcohol and tobacco in local school through the “Healthy Citizens” program. Butte Cares staff visits classrooms to educate student on the importance of making health choices.
Mariah’s Challenge: Learn more ->
The Butte Community Council is a group supporting the development of healthy children and families in the Butte area. Butte 4-C’s, the local Child Care Resource and Referral agency, were awarded a grant in November 2011 and hired a coordinator to guide the team in implementing their plan and activities. Their most recent group priority was screening all incoming Kindergartners. Call 723-4019 for more information.