Intermountain adds adult services to aid in mental health issues

Intermountain officials said this week they have added adult care to their services in communities throughout Montana, expanding their focus on mental and behavioral health assistance now provided for children and adolescents.

Clinical Supervisor Tracie Dahl said Intermountain has seen a need for adult services. These are even available to adults who are not attached to a child associated with Intermountain.

Intermountain now offers adult and family counseling, psychiatry, case management and medication management.

To make services convenient and effective for clients, people can choose to meet with a therapist on their home computer or come to the Intermountain office where staff will set them up with the equipment they need in a confidential setting.

Dahl said a benefit of this model is that they have professionals in the Intermountain offices to support and guide them. She said in a news release the relationship-based approach and client-centered treatment solutions are individualized to meet needs.

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“We know that healthy connection is a catalyst to change, growth and a sense of collaboration, and Intermountain is committed to supporting the evolving needs of our community,” she said.

If clients require more services, their therapist can

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