Addictions & Mental Health

Services Provided

Tribal Health patients can meet with experienced Behavioral Health staff for a range of support in meeting wellness needs, recovery services support, and treatment. Areas of focus include addiction treatment for substance abuse and gambling; and psychotherapy or brief therapy for a broad range of mental health and wellness goals. All services are available either in-person or via telehealth (phone/video) delivery.

  • Mental health evaluation
  • Adult Psychotherapy
  • Child and adolescent psychotherapy
  • Psychological assessment
  • Behavior change skills and coaching
  • Psychotherapy groups
  • Substance Use Disorder (SUD) screening & assessments
  • SUD screening for Primary Residential Treatment (PRT) placements
  • Outpatient counseling and brief treatment services
  • SUD peer-cluster groups
  • Broader outpatient services for gambling issues
  • Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Program

24-hour, on-call service available for emergency situations. Please call: 406.675.4700

Locations & Contacts
Elmo Health Center

33116 US Highway 93 North
Elmo, MT 59915

Elmo Wellness Hub

26382 Missoula Avenue
Elmo, MT 59915

Polson Health Center

#5 Fourth Ave. East

Polson, MT 59860

Ronan Health Center

430 Mary McLeod Lane
Ronan, MT 59864

St. Ignatius Health Center

35401 Mission Drive
St. Ignatius, MT 59865


Mon-Fri: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Call: 406.745.3525 ext. 5014 or 5107

Fax: 406.226.2653

Emergency After-Hours

Behavioral Health Services

Emergency Department: 988
Consultation: 406.675.4700

Fax: 406.226.2653

Covid-19 Mental Health Related Resources

Tribal Health Behavioral Health suggests the following articles to help cope with mental health concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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