About Our Behavioral Health Services
Your behavioral health counselor will partner with your primary care provider and a behavioral health care manager to address any concerns you may have. Different appointment options are available depending on the level and type of care you are interested in.
We have seven licensed behavioral health counselors on staff who are available to work with you one-on-one in a safe, caring, and confidential environment. People may engage in individual therapy for a lot of reasons including: a desire for personal growth; treatment of a substance use disorder or to address depression; anxiety or another type of mood disorder. We offer individual counseling appointments at all of our clinics.
For patients interested in group therapy we currently offer an LGBTQI+ group, a sobriety group, and a PACE group for people with chronic pain.
PHC Behavioral Health Contact:
To learn more about Behavioral Health, including how to establish care and what services we offer, please call our main line at (406) 258-4789.
Schedule an Appointment
First, schedule an appointment with your primary care provider and talk to them about how behavioral health care can benefit you. They will give you a behavioral health referral and introduce you to one of our behavioral health care managers. The behavioral health care manager will work with you over the phone in between scheduled provider visits to set goals, problem solve, monitor symptoms, and coordinate your care within PHC.
Please note that you must get a referral from your medical provider at PHC before you can schedule a behavioral health appointment.
No-Show & Cancellation Policy
Because behavioral health appointments are in high demand, we request that you give at least 24 hours’ notice if you need to cancel or reschedule. We find for patients with consistent appointment no-shows or cancellations it is best to move to a same-day appointment. Your therapist will discuss this with you if this option appears to be the right fit.
Partnership Health Center is not a crisis facility. If you need immediate assistance, please call 911 or use these resources.