Neurosciences and Mental Health
At Providence St. Patrick Hospital
You can help us discover a path to better health
Bringing together our Neuroscience and Mental Health teams provides patients with a destination for brain and behavioral health, offering much more collaborative opportunities for providers and patients.
Neurosurgery Excellence, Dr. Stephen Campbell
Your support brings better and more effective treatment to Montana patients and their families.
Adolescent Mental Health Expansion
The 14-bed Adolescent Inpatient Psychiatric addition ensures adolescents 12 to 17 years old experiencing mental or behavioral health issues receive the critical care needed in a carefully designed unit that provides a therapeutic, flexible, safe environment.
Emergency Department Mental Health Pod
With the addition of 3 mental health rooms located adjacent to the Emergency Department, patients experiencing mental or behavioral health issues are provided care with dignity, respect and compassion in a private and safe environment.
Mission Lifeline Stroke Program
American Heart Association awarded our Neuroscience Stroke Center a multi-year tertiary grant of $72,000 to transform stroke care by connecting all components of acute stroke treatment into an integrated system to help save lives.
Our Philanthropic Needs
Population HealthPopulation Health helps transform healthcare for optimal outcomes and better experiences for patients, families, and our communities. We work collaboratively with our community, Providence leadership, and regional systems to better understand our opportunities and build solutions to deliver exemplary and sustainable whole-person care.
Neurobehavioral MedicineNeurobehavioral Medicine is more than mental health. It includes the treatment of mental illnesses, emotional well-being, substance abuse, and other addictive behaviors. We focus on a path of healing through lifestyle changes, family therapy, medication and psychotherapy by caring for the whole person.
Area of Greatest NeedHelp us remain flexible to address specific priorities and take advantage of unexpected opportunities so we can best serve our patients and families.