Hours: 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM Monday-Thursday, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Fridays
Phone: (406) 586-5511
Fax: (406) 586-4713
We will ask for general contact and insurance information; additional prescreening questions may also be asked if seeking suboxone treatment. If you have insurance that is not listed as one of our in-network providers, we will give you the option of submitting to your out-of-network deductible; however, insurance may not cover this claim and your balance will be higher. Please bring a copy of your insurance card to your appointment, or, if you are a cash patient be prepared to make the initial appointment fee before the day of your appointment. If you cannot afford the full initial price, we are more than willing to work with you on setting up a payment plan.
If you have Medicaid as a primary insurance we offer Open Intakes once a month from 2:30pm-5:30pm. These do often fill up, so we advise that you arrive early to reserve your spot. We ask that you arrive at our office and present your Medicaid card as well as fill out our intake packet, or bring in the completed Adult Patient Packet the morning of the Open Intake to reserve your appointment time.
The next Montana Medicaid Open can be found on our FAQ page.
Please call the office for more information at (406) 586-5511.
Initial counseling appointments: $200
Follow-up counseling appointments:
Counseling services may be offered on a sliding fee for those experiencing financial hardship. Please contact our office directly to discuss this option
If you would like to complete the initial paperwork before your appointment, please print out the available document and bring it with you. Otherwise, we ask that you arrive approximately 15-20 minutes early the day of to complete the paperwork in the office.
For more information on our Neurofeedback and Biofeedback options, please visit our Neuropsychiatry website at https://neurofeedbackbozeman.com/
Adult Intake Packet
Child Intake Packet
Self-Pay Fee Schedule
Authorization to Use & Disclose Personal Health Information
Patient Rights & Responsibilities