Supportive housing options can be found in a number of counties in Montana.  At the present time, there are no such options in Madison County.  Survey results will be compiled and publicized in early 2020. 

If you wish to contact a Council member, email Ke’lah at kelahsavage@gmail.com, Doris at dfischer@3rivers.net, or Cindy at cindyamt@gmail.com.

Definition of Terms:
     For the purpose of this countywide survey, Supportive Housing is safe, short-term housing for individuals who (1) live with a mental illness, (2) live with a drug or alcohol addiction, (3) are victims of domestic abuse, and/or (4) are homeless.  Supportive housing would entail more than just shelter.  It would include a set of community services designed to provide a kind of safety net for the people being housed (e.g., potentially medical services, counseling, transportation).  People with very different needs would NOT be placed in the same housing facility.  The results of this survey will help identify which population(s) can best be served.

     Mental Health refers to the health and functioning of the mind.  Mental illnesses cover a range of mental health conditions such as depression, PTSD, and bipolar disorder.

     Peer Support is assistance offered by someone with life experience relevant to that of a person who struggles with one of the conditions or situations listed above.  A peer may be a volunteer or a paid professional.
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1. Do you know of someone who lives in Madison County now or in the recent past who had to go to another county to find a supportive housing facility?

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2. Does Madison County need its own supportive housing option for individuals who have just been discharged from an Emergency Department (ER) after experiencing a mental health crisis?

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3. Does Madison County need its own supportive housing option for individuals who have just been discharged from an Emergency Department (ER) after experiencing a drug or alcohol overdose?

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4. Does Madison County need its own supportive housing option for individuals who are participating in an outpatient drug or alcohol addiction treatment program?

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5. Does Madison County need its own supportive housing option for individuals who are victims of domestic abuse?

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6. Does Madison County need its own supportive housing option for individuals who are homeless?

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7. Does Madison County need its own supportive housing option for individuals who have just been discharged from jail, the State Hospital, a mental health crisis stabilization facility, or a treatment center for behaviors pertaining to a mental illness and/or addictive disorder?

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8. If you said Yes to any of Questions #2-7 above, on a scale of 1 to 6 please rank the situations in terms of their urgency (1= least urgent; 6= most urgent)

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9. Do you see a difference in the supportive housing needs of local youth (minors) vs. local adults?

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10. If one or more supportive housing facilities were to open up in Madison County, what length of stay would you generally recommend?

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11. Would you be concerned if there was a supportive housing facility in your neighborhood/community?

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12. If yes to question 11, what would be your concerns?

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13. A network of community support services should be readily available to a supportive housing facility. Check below the ones you consider to be most important.

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14. Would anyone you know benefit from supportive housing?

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15. Would a supportive housing facility benefit our community?

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16. Do you have any additional comments or suggestions?

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17. What Madison County community do you live in or near?

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18. How long have you lived in Madison County?

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19. What is your age?

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20. Personal/Professional/Civic Information:

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