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Montana Free Clinics and Community Health Centers

Welcome to Free Clinic Directory's listings for Montana. Our Montana listings include 138 affordable and free clinics with several different pieces of information that can help low-income and uninsured people connect with a clinic or community health center in their area. These clinics offer free and discounted rates for medical and dental care. Our county listings include contact information, a listing of services and any further remarks that may be pertinent to our users, such as free services provided, discounted services provided and clinic operating hours. Free Clinic Directory strives to provide our users with the best and most up-to-date information possible. In order to achieve this, we highly recommend that our users offer reviews and listing corrections. To start browsing our listings, simply click on a county and begin reading.

Counties in Montana

Beaverhead (5)
Big Horn (2)
Blaine (3)
Carbon (5)
Cascade (4)
Custer (2)
Dawson (2)
Deer Lodge (1)
Fergus (1)
Flathead (5)
Gallatin (6)
Glacier (5)
Hill (4)
Judith Basin (1)
Lake (3)
Lewis And Clark (9)
Lincoln (7)
Madison (4)
Mineral (1)
Missoula (8)
Park (4)
Pondera (1)
Richland (3)
Rosebud (3)
Sanders (3)
Silver Bow (8)
Toole (3)
Treasure (1)
Yellowstone (30)

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Montana Medical and Dental Clinics:

Shepherd's Hand Free Clinic
Location: Whitefish, MT - 59937
Contact Phone: 406-260-3502
Details:

Shepherd’s Hand Free Clinic exists to provide comprehensive medical care for those who do not have health insurance and cannot access care through other means. People and families who are at/below 200% federal poverty level are eligible for services.


Remarks: The clinic operates every Monday night. Patient sign-in for the Free Clinic begins at 6:00 PM
Walla Walla University Billings Mental Health Clinic
Location: Billings, MT - 59101
Contact Phone: 406-254-0308
Details:

The Walla Walla University Billings Mental Health Clinic is a graduate training facility dedicated to serving people within the Yellowstone Valley.  Student clinicians, through a collaborative process with a licensed clinical social worker, provide therapy sessions for individuals, adolescents, couples and families. Ongoing therapy is focused on a person's strenghts to empower and each individual to reach their unique potential.

Clinic hours are currently Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10am to 4pm with expanded hours per request.


Central Montana Community Health Center, Inc.
Location: Lewistown, MT - 59457-3020
Contact Phone: 406-535-6545
Details:

Welcome to the Central Montana Community Health Center. We are pleased to provide healthcare for all family members in the central Montana community.


Remarks: Community Health
Sunrise Women’s Clinic
Location: Sidney, MT - 59270
Contact Phone: 406-433-7772
Details: Think you’re pregnant? Sunrise Women’s Clinic provides pregnancy tests, limited obstetrical ultrasounds and abortion education in Sidney and the surrounding areas of Montana and North Dakota. We do not provide or refer for abortion services and are here to help you consider all your options – including abortion, parenting and adoption. All of our services are free and confidential.
Remarks: Office Hours: Tuesday: 11 am to 5 pm, Wednesday: 11 am to 5 pm, Thursday: 1 pm to 7 pm; Call: 406.433.7772, Text: 406.973.7772
Montana Migrant Council, Inc.
Location: Fairview, MT - 59221
Contact Phone: 800-813-4492
Details:

The Montana Migrant & Seasonal Farmworker Council, Inc. informally known as the Montana Migrant Council (MCC) provides access for migrant and seasonal farmworkers and their families to comprehensive, culturally competent primary and preventive health care, transportation, outreach, dental, pharmaceutical, occupational health and safety, and environmental health through the Migrant Health Program. These programs use bilingual, bicultural lay outreach workers, health personnel, and culturally sensitive appropriate protocols that cover all life styles. The Migrant Health Program is funded through HRSA's Bureau of Primary Health Care and has been in existence since 1971. The program contracts for care outside their scope with community providers closest to the patients. The program has grown from providing primary care referrals in a single county to providing direct preventive health care, nursing, nurse practitioner and case management services across Montana and as part of a national network. MMC estimates a target population of 10,400 individuals and annually serves about 6,000 men, women and children. The program has nine clinics located where farmworker presence is highest, in the most remote areas in Northeastern, South Central and Western Montana.


Remarks: Migrant Health Center
Montana Migrant And Seasonal Farmworker Council, Inc
Location: Billings, MT - 59101
Contact Phone: 406-248-3149
Details: The Montana Migrant & Seasonal Farmworker Council, Inc. informally known as the Montana Migrant Council (MCC) provides access for migrant and seasonal farmworkers and their families to comprehensive, culturally competent primary and preventive health care, transportation, outreach, dental, pharmaceutical, occupational health and safety, and environmental health through the Migrant Health Program. These programs use bilingual, bicultural lay outreach workers, health personnel, and culturally sensitive appropriate protocols that cover all life styles. The Migrant Health Program is funded through HRSA’s Bureau of Primary Health Care and has been in existence since 1971. The program contracts for care outside their scope with community providers closest to the patients. The program has grown from providing primary care referrals in a single county to providing direct preventive health care, nursing, nurse practitioner and case management services across Montana and as part of a national network. MMC estimates a target population of 10,400 individuals and annually serves about 6,000 men, women and children. The program has nine clinics located where farmworker presence is highest, in the most remote areas in Northeastern, South Central and Western Montana.
Remarks: Administrative/Clinic
Clark Fork Valley Family Medicine Network - Hot Springs Family Medicine
Location: Hot Springs, MT - 59845
Contact Phone: 406-741-3602
Details: The Clark Fork Valley Family Medicine Network provides a unique base of service to Sanders County with three Family Medicine offices and an expansive rehabilitation program. Additional services are offered by our network of specialty care providers to keep your medical care closer to home, family and friends. Hot Springs Family Medicine, located in Hot Springs, MT, provides primary care and rehabilitation services to the residents of Hot Springs and the surrounding communities.
Remarks: A sliding scale is provided for patients at each Family Medicine Network offices. The sliding scales is accessed by completion of an abbreviated application and provides discounts up to 75% of the cost of a clinic visit; Office Hours: M-F: 8AM-5PM
Clark Fork Valley Family Medicine Network - Plains Family Medicine
Location: Plains, MT - 59859
Contact Phone: 406-826-4810
Details: The Clark Fork Valley Family Medicine Network provides a unique base of service to Sanders County with three Family Medicine offices and an expansive rehabilitation program. Additional services are offered by our network of specialty care providers to keep your medical care closer to home, family and friends. Plains Family Medicine, located at the main hospital campus facility in Plains, provides primary care and rehabilitation services to the residents of Plains and the surrounding communities.
Remarks: A sliding scale is provided for patients at each Family Medicine Network offices. The sliding scales is accessed by completion of an abbreviated application and provides discounts up to 75% of the cost of a clinic visit; M-F: 8AM-5PM, Sat.: 9AM-3PM
Clark Fork Valley Family Medicine Network - Thompson Falls Family Medicine
Location: Thompson Falls, MT - 59873
Contact Phone: 406-827-4442
Details: The Clark Fork Valley Family Medicine Network provides a unique base of service to Sanders County with three Family Medicine offices and an expansive rehabilitation program. Additional services are offered by our network of specialty care providers to keep your medical care closer to home, family and friends. Thompson Falls Family Medicine, located in Thompson Falls, provides primary care and rehabilitation services to the residents of Thompson Falls and the surrounding communities.
Remarks: A sliding scale is provided for patients at each Family Medicine Network offices. The sliding scales is accessed by completion of an abbreviated application and provides discounts up to 75% of the cost of a clinic visit; Office Hours: M-F: 7:30AM-5PM
Mineral Regional Health Center
Location: Superior, MT - 59872
Contact Phone: 406-822-4278
Details: Mineral Regional Health Center provides primary and preventative healthcare for individuals and all family members. Comprehensive, continuing, quality healthcare is provided for newborns to the aged, from preventative medicine to trauma and annual examinations. Mineral Regional Health Center specializes in caring for you and your entire family in a caring local environment. Mineral Regional Health Center, formerly Tamarack Medical Clinic, began offering primary care services to the community in 1978. We are excited to offer services at the St. Regis Clinic. Services at Mineral Regional Health Center are provided by experienced providers. The clinic offers services on-site and also refers patients to hospitals for referrals and/or admissions
Remarks: We do offer sliding scale payments based on income level. Clinic Hours: 9 am to 5 pm, Walk-in Clinic: 7:30 am to 9 am Monday- Friday and 9:00 am to Noon Saturday; Main: 406-822-4841, Clinic: 406-822-4278