Providing consultation, education and mentoring to healthcare professionals
Materials for Project Partners
Resources: Boneau/Montana; Stone Child Community College
Montana State Assessment- The 2017 Montana State Health Assessment (SHA) provides a broad overview of the current state of the health of Montanans. This assessment presents data and information from a variety of sources and covers health issues spanning all stages of a person’s life: from birth to death, physical health to mental health, and communicable disease to chronic disease. The SHA will inform public health improvement efforts outlined in the 2019-2023 Montana State Health Improvement Plan (SHIP).
The Center for HIV Law and Policy - These summaries highlight key aspects of state laws governing the rights of minors to consent to testing and/or treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV.
Rural Health Information Hub - Montana's Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) uses the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations for HIV prevention with adults and adolescents to guide their prevention efforts providing behavioral risk counseling services, retreats for HIV-positive men, and MpowerMT groups.
Montana Department of Public Health and Safety Divison - The mission of the STD/HIV/Viral Hepatitis Program is to collaborate with others throughout Montana to help prevent Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), and Viral Hepatitis (HCV), and improve access to treatment and
Surveillance Snapshot HIV, 2018 - In 2018, 24 newly diagnosed HIV cases were reported in Montana. Six of those were diagnosed with AIDS at the same time, indicating that there remains a need for recognition of risk factors and early testing. Since 2001, between 14-32 new cases have been reported each year. The linear trend line in Figure 1 shows that the rate of new cases has remained stable during this time.
City Data: Health and Nutrition of Boneau, MT Residents - People living in Boneau report their general health condition on average at 56 percent. Eight percent of them donate blood. Excluding tests they have had as part of blood donations, 47 percent of Boneau residents have ever had their blood tested for the AIDS virus infection. Six percent of people living in Boneau are left-handed
Central Montana Family Planning - We offer reproductive health services on a sliding fee scale based on gross family income and family size to men, women, and teens. We provide sliding fees for HIV screening and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) treatments and confidential partner notification and treatment.
Resources from the Howard University Telehealth Training Center