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Welcome to the Thrive for Montana study
The Thrive for Montana study will help us learn how an online program, Thrive, affects symptoms of depression and anxiety and related factors. Some study participants will get access to Thrive right away, and some will get access 8 weeks after study enrollment. Access to Thrive is free for study participants. You will be able to read more details about the study before joining. The project is funded by the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services and administered by Montana State University. The Thrive program is owned and operated by Waypoint Health Innovations.
Apply to join the study
Start here to see if you’re eligible for the study. If you are eligible, you can join the study right away.
Thrive is an online program for people who want to take charge of their emotional well-being to lead happier, more satisfying lives. It teaches skills from cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) a method that has been demonstrated to help many people deal with stress, depression and anxiety symptoms.
In Thrive, you will learn CBT skills that may help you communicate more confidently, think more constructively, and do more activities that make you feel good. Through videos and tailored feedback, you may gain insight into how you're doing now and track your gains as you make progress. Thrive offers a customized experience that responds to how well you are doing and where you have room for improvement. Thrive can be accessed with an internet browser or mobile app.
To participate, you need to be a Montana resident aged 18 or older, have regular access to broadband internet via smartphone or computer, and have depression symptoms that are at least mild.
If you have questions, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Thrive for Montana research project is a collaboration between Montana State University and Waypoint Health Innovations. This MSU-led research project is neither endorsed by nor affiliated with the non-profit Bozeman-based, social service corporation named “Thrive”; you can learn more about this distinct organization and their programs and services at allthrive.org.