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Missoula Mental Health Providers

 

Instructions for utilizing the Mental Health Provider List

The list contains names and information for licensed mental health providers and mental health agencies in Missoula County only. It is not a complete list although more than 120 clinicians are being contacted about participating. The list is still growing and updated frequently. This is not a recommendation of any particular mental health professional over another.

(If you are a provider and would like to include information or update, please contact lhillis@co.missoula.mt.us).

'License type' abbreviations: Ph.D - psychologist; LCSW - licensed clinical social worker; LCPC – licensed clinical professional counselor; LAC – licensed addictions counselor. All of these professions require at least a master’s degree and approximately two years of practice before being licensed by the state of Montana. All are commonly called mental health professionals, mental health providers, clinicians, mental health counselors, or therapists.

'Treats' abbreviations: Dep - depression; Anx - anxiety; PTSD - post traumatic stress disorder; Bipo - bipolar.  Providers are not limited to those conditions.  These conditions have been listed because the mental health assessment (posted on this site) addresses them.  All mental health providers also address many other conditions including: divorce, grief, chemical dependency, behavioral addictions, relationship issues, eating disorders, abuse issues, etc. 

'Accepts' abbreviations: Slide - sliding fee or reduced fee scale for those with limited income or no insurance; Medi - medicaid.

The list: Missoula area Mental Health Providers

 

How to find a mental health professional:

If this is a mental health crisis

Call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest hospital Emergency Department.

Call 1-800-273-TALK. This is the national hotline but the Missoula area is served by an agency in Great Falls.

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