© 2018 Community Crisis Center

    704 N. 30th Street, Billings, MT 59101 ~ Phone (406) 259-8800 ~ Fax (406) 259-4400

    Summary of Services

    Services are provided on a sliding fee scale based on income.  We also bill insurance.  We do not deny anyone services due to the inability to pay.
    Risk Screen for Safety

    Our trained staff of counselors, nurses, and mental health workers are available to help provide a safety screening for those people in crisis.  This screen is to assess the safety of a person involving themselves and others.

    Individualized Stabilization Plan

    Our counselors and nurses will work with clients to develop an individualized stabilization plan designed to meet a client's needs.

    Chemical Dependency Evaluations

    The Community Crisis Center has a Licensed Addictions Counselor (LAC) on staff to provide Chemical Dependency Evaluations.  Please call to schedule an appointment with our LAC at 406-259-8800. 

    Self Help Groups

    Throughout the week, the Community Crisis Center holds different Self Help Groups to help people in the community with their recovery and mental health.

    Dual Recovery

    Tuesdays: 2pm - 3 pm

    Thursdays : 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

    Illness Management and Recovery

    Wednesdays: 6 pm - 7 pm

    Integrated Comprehensive
    Assessments

    The Community Crisis Center is staffed with experienced Licensed Clinicical Professional Counselors (LCPC) and Licensed Clinicial Social Workers (LCSW) to provide Integreated Comprehensive Psychosocial Assessments.  Through these assessments, Individualized Stabilization Plans are developed.

    24 Hour Stabilization Services

    For clients who are in a mental health or addiction crisis, we are able to provide therapeutic stablization services.  During this time, a client is able to meet with a counselor and a case manager, and are able to rest until being discharged.

    Case Management Assistance

    The Community Crisis Center has a qualified Case Manager on staff to assist clients who are needing help with completing applications for housing, SNAP, Medicaid, or other areas to help give them more stability in their everyday life.