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Internet-based program used to reduce depression and anxiety symptoms to be offered to hundreds of Montanans for free

MSU Academic Technology & Outreach

A program delivered entirely online that aims to reduce depression and anxiety symptoms will be offered for free to hundreds of adult Montanans.

The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services is making the program – an internet-based interactive platform known as Thrive – available to many more Montana residents over the age of 18. Previously, up to 1,000 adult Montanans were invited to enroll in the Thrive program for free during the research phase. Now, hundreds of additional free accounts are available for adult Montanans without having to enter as a study participant. The program is administered by Montana State University and its Center for Mental Health Research and Recovery.

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