About Us

MPN is a statewide peer run 501c3 non-profit recovery organization with a mission to lead the expansion and development of recovery-oriented behavioral health services in Montana.

What We Offer

We provide information, education, training, consultation, peer support and resources across the state using our own “lived experience” in long term recovery

Get Involved

We are a network of over 1000 individuals across Montana in recovery from mental health, substance abuse and or addiction struggles. Join the movement!

The Montana Legislative Session began on
January 4, 2021.

Visit the State Legislative website to

  • Find Bills
  • Find Legislators
  • Find Committee Members
  • View the Hearing Schedule
  • Provide Testimony in person, in writing, or over Zoom
  • Watch or listen to meetings

The CBHPSS Professional Action and Advocacy Committee (CPAAC) committee which represents the CBHPSS workforce in partnership with Mrs. Mary Cafferro has drafted HB276! The bill is to award two seats on the Governing Board of Behavioral Health to be held by certified behavioral health peer support specialist.  Currently all the professions that are governed by that board have a professional representative from that respective profession. Certified peers currently have none.  We as people in recovery have a motto, “Nothing about us without us.”

This bill passed its first committee hearing. We will update you as we learn more.

Montana Peer Support & Recovery Services

If you offer peer support services and would like to be included on our map, please email us.

COVID-19 Information

Montana’s Peer Network wants to encourage its members to follow CDC guidelines as they evolve with the Coronavirus outbreak.

For COVID-19 state information, visit the Montana Response Map and Resources page.

Additional references:
World Health Organization
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
CDC Coronavirus Information
SAMHSA Coronavirus Resources
Montana Healthcare Foundation Resources including guidance on Telehealth services