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Student health centers provide primary medical care, mental health care, substance use disorder counseling, nutrition education, health education and promotion and case management for students at the school. The specific services provided by school-based health centers vary based on community needs and resources as determined through collaborations between the community, the school district and the health care providers. AIRS HL-8120.8030-800

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3240 Dredge Drive
Helena, MT 59602
Phone: 406-442-7920
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Address:
3240 Dredge Drive
Helena, MT 59602
Phone: 406-442-7920
Toll Free Phone: 800-200-9112
Eligibility: Intensive Residential and Stabilization programs Designed for girls and boys, ages 4-13 on admission. Appropriate candidates are students whose problems may include: • Emotional dysregulation • Depression • Anxiety • Intractable anger • Adoption issues • Attachment and relationship issues • ADD, ADHD • PTSD • Impulsivity, including lying and stealing • Oppositionality and/or defiance • Aggression towards self and others • School problems • Loss and grief issues • Poor social skills, and social development • High functioning Autistic Spectrum Disorder • Peer relationships
Services Provided: Community Mental Health Services:
Child and Family Therapy
Co-occurring Substance Use and Emotional Distress Therapy
Youth Case Management
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Occupational Therapy
Psychological Services
School Based Services
Home Support Services
Intensive Day Treatment
Therapeutic After-school and Summer Support
Therapeutic Foster Care and Adoption Services

Residential Services:
Clinical and educational assessments
Individualized treatment plans
Individual, group and family therapies
Medication management
Spiritual Support
An accredited on-campus school offering a full spectrum of educational services, and a variety of outdoor and community activities.

Interdisciplinary team of on-staff professionals includes: a psychiatrist, clinical psychologist, registered nurses, licensed therapists, milieu counselors, certified teachers, and support staff.
Source: Montana Children's Special Health Services
Last Updated: 3/28/2018