Gallatin Mental Health Center’s ‘Hustle for Hope’ 5K is Saturday, May 30
Gallatin Mental Health Center’s 2nd Annual Hustle for Hope 5K fundraiser is this Saturday, May 30. Enjoy a 5K Walk/Run, a Kids Run, goodie bag, and prizes.
May is Mental Health Month and Gallatin Mental Health Center (GMHC) is providing awareness, education, and valuable information about mental health issues that impact our community. GMHC, a division of Western Montana Mental Health Centers, offers comprehensive behavioral healthcare to Gallatin County that emphasizes education, treatment, advocacy and recovery. GMHC services contribute to each client’s recovery from the limitations of their disabling condition, with a focus on developing skills that support increased independence and improved quality of life. Last year they provided over $326,000 in charity care and need your help with continuing their valuable services. Proceeds from the run will go directly to offsetting their charity care and allow them to continue providing valuable services to the community.
The run will start and end at the Gallatin Mental Health Center campus (699 Farmhouse Lane). Pre-registration cost is $25, Day-Of is $30. The run will take participants over Pete’s Hill and around Lindley Park. Run will start at 9 am, Kids Run at 8:30 am. The kid run will be for ages 6 and under and will be free. Please car pool if you can! There will be many prizes for top runners and goodie bags for all who participate. Run will go on rain, snow, or shine! For more information about the 5K and other mental health month activities please go to gallatinmentalhealth.org. Sign up for the run at runsignup.com/Race/MT/Bozeman/HustleforHope5K