Clinic Details:The only secure, 24-hour, 365 days-per-year domestic violence shelter in an 18,512 square mile area, Gateway provides 8,000 nights of protection annually to hundreds of women and children. Nearly 98 percent of those served are disadvantaged, under-served, and/or American Indian. While in our safe harbor, women participate in programs to help them obtain housing and employment while achieving emotional strength and learning how to break away from the cycles of violence and poverty.
Details: At RiverStone Health Dental Clinic we are committed to making sure you get the best possible care. Our high-quality dental services improve the health of our community and are supplemented by dentists completing a dental residency. The dental team works closely with RiverStone Health Clinic medical providers, since dental care has a significant impact on overall health. We care for patients of all ages, including seeing children for their first trip to the dentist. We realize that you or your child my feel anxious about visiting the dentist and are sensitive to your needs and comfort. If your dental need is an emergency, we make every effort to see you as quickly as possible.
Details: As many diseases are vaccine preventable, the RiverStone Health Immunization Clinic provides protection from disease through immunizations. Please remember to bring all immunization records with you to each visit.
Details: At Ag Worker Health & Services, we are dedicated to providing primary and preventative health care specifically for agricultural workers and their families. With four year-round clinics in Montana and one in Wyoming, we do our part to support the agricultural industry of the region through our health care services. Our mobile clinics also allow us to extend our reach and provide on-site care to farms and ranches in the region that may not have access to a satellite clinic. We do not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.
Details: RiverStone Health’s Healthcare for the Homeless service provides temporary medical services for homeless persons. We also connect homeless people to medical care. Healthcare for the Homeless typically serves homeless adults and families who stay in emergency shelters, or sleep in makeshift shelters and/or on the streets, temporarily live with friends or family members, eat in soup kitchens or visit drop-in centers or other sites providing temporary assistance.