Scott Malloy has spent his career in behavioral health working in variety of direct care, management, and administrative roles. As Senior Program Officer for the Montana Healthcare Foundation (MHCF), Scott provides leadership for MHCF’s programs, grant making, initiatives, and capacity building.
Prior to assuming duties as Senior Program Officer with the MHCF, Scott worked as the Director of a assertive community treatment (ACT) team in Phoenix, Arizona, the Director of Western Montana Mental Health in Butte Montana, and the Executive Director for the Gallatin Mental Health Center in Bozeman and Livingston, Montana.
Scott has developed and overseen a variety of programs including: jail diversion, crisis intervention training (CIT), crisis stabilization and response, peer-run drop-in centers; school based mental health programs, supported housing, supported employment, and ACT. Scott has special interest in collaborative and integrated approaches that are community driven and client centered.
Scott was raised in Miles City, Montana and received his bachelor’s degree from Rocky Mountain College and his master’s degree in social work from Arizona State University. Scott is licensed as a Clinical Social Worker and currently serves as a board member of the Human Resource Development Council in Bozeman.
Recent Posts by Scott Malloy
Despite many challenges in Montana, a funder has found diverse stakeholders willing to partner to create a more integrated behavioral health system there. Through its grant making, convening, nonpartisan analysis, and emphasizing a chronic disease model for substance use disorder, the...