Our Mission

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To heal, help and inspire hope

Shodair Children’s Hospital is creating a healthy and hopeful Montana through specialized psychiatric care for children and adolescents along with a nationally recognized genetics program providing care for all ages. 99% of our patients come from right here in Montana. And, because no family should have to worry about the cost to help their loved one. We don’t turn anyone away. Help us create a healthy and hopeful Montana.

Champion Children

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Children’s Miracle Network is an international nonprofit organization. That is dedicated to raising funds and awareness for 170 children’s hospitals across North America. Children’s Miracle Network’s founding pledge, to keep 100% of donations in the local area in which they are raised, remains at the core of its philosophy.

Champion Children

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Children’s Miracle Network is an international non-profit organization. That is dedicated to raising funds and awareness for 170 children’s hospitals across North America. Children’s Miracle Network’s founding pledge, to keep 100% of donations in the local area in which they are raised, remains at the core of its philosophy.
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Together We are Better

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Employee Spotlight: Shodair Unit Assistants

Evolving every day, genetics is one of the fastest-growing fields in medicine. And for many families, it can also be one of the most life altering…

Today’s Skills, Tomorrow’s Future

To heal, help and inspire hope – three simple words, one enormous call to action. By both nature and design, our mission at Shodair is an active and living declaration. Each new day, our therapists work one-on-one with patients to heal from past trauma. […]

Suicide in Children: A Guide for Parents

Let us be the first to say, you’re not alone. Those concerns you’re having – Why is my child so sad? Did I do something wrong? Should I be worried? How do I get him out of his room? Where do I go for help? – they’re normal, and it’s okay to have those questions. It’s also extremely normal for your child or teen to go through seasons of fluctuating emotions, even those that are deeply sad or possibly suicidal. So, take a deep breath – you’re still a good parent and you can get through this. Let’s talk about where to go from here.