Steps to take

1st Step:  Decide which type of counseling. Face to face, On-line or Phone counseling.
Email or Call us (406)303-0031 to set up an appointment.

A Rocky Mountain Counseling Center staff member will contact you within 24-hours to setup an appointment to meet with you, your partner, and/or family or kids.

2nd Step:  fill out the Intake form:  For more efficient time and cost management, please fill out the Intake Form and email it to us before your visit or download it at home, fill it out and bring it with you to your first appointment.

3rd  Step: come to the appointment. Start your journey of healing and empowerment.  Bring paperwork. 


Please feel free to contact us by phone at 406-303-0031.



Your counselor is looking forward to seeing you at Rocky Mountain Counseling Center. To save time and help you make the most of your first session, your counselor asks that you fill out some forms for your first appointment. You can either arrive 15 minutes early and fill them out in our reception area, or, you can download them from this site and bring them with you. 

Steps to take
1. Open the appropriate set of forms.
2. Print them on your printer.
3. Fill them out and bring them to your first appointment.

Adult Intake Form: Click Here  Word  PDF
Adolescent Intake Form:  Word  PDF
Child Intake Form:  Word  PDF



Rocky Mountain Counseling Center's full session fee is $115.00 to $185 per 50-minute session. 

We prefer on-line credit card payments that are payed at time of counseling.  We also accept checks or cash. All payments must be made at the time of service. In addition, we provide appropriate receipts which may allow you to file for reimbursement with your insurance carrier, should you have insurance that covers services provided by your counselor. Please keep the receipt given to you at time of appointment.



  • Headspace – Mindfulness
  • Breathe2Relax – Breathing work
  • Virtual Hope Box – Relaxation & positive thinking
  • Pacifica – Managing stress, anxiety, and depression


  • Suicide Hotline (800) 273-8255
  • Crisis Text Line: Text “MT” to 741 741
  • Suicide Prevention Hotline, more than suicide (800)273-8255
  • Domestic Violence Hotline – 406-542-1944, (800)483-7858
  • National Hopeline Network (800)784-2433
  • Youth Crisis Hotline (800)448-4663
  • National Runaway Hotline & Switchboard (800)621-4000


  • Al-Anon Information Line (406) 721-5818
  • A 12-step program for family and friends of alcoholics.
  • Alcohol Abuse 24 Hours Hotline (800) 299-6317
  • Can make referrals to local treatment programs and support groups.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous (406) 543-0011 or 888.607.2000. A variety of meeting times and locations 
  • Drug Abuse 24 Hour Helpline (800) 888-9383
  • Can make referrals to local treatment programs and support groups.

Non-Prophet Organizations

Western Montana Mental Health Serivces-Adult Services                        1315 Wyoming St. Missoula, MT 59801
(406) 532-9700 Or  After-Hours Emergency (406) 532-9710
Non-profit serving adults 18 years and over diagnosed with serious, disabling mental illness. Licensed by the State of Montana as a Community Mental Health Center.

Youth Homes.  (406)

 [email protected].  Sally Stansberry 550 No California St, Missoula, MT 59802.    Facebook under Youth Homes, Inc.
Non-profit organization providing an array of mental health services to youth and their families.

The YWCA.  (406) 543-6691    1130 W. Broadway, Missoula, MT 59802 
The YWCA runs a shelter for women and their children who are victims of domestic violence. The YWCA can provide some clothing and food to women who are staying in the shelter and help these women to connect with other resources within the Missoula community.

Transitional Housing Program, YWCA (406) 543-6691
An 18-month independent living program for motivated, homeless, single. women with children who want to achieve self-sufficiency.

Watson Children’s Shelter*(406) 549-0058   4978 Buckhouse Lane, Missoula, MT 59804.    [email protected]
A non-profit organization that provides 24 hour emergency shelter for children, infant to age 14, who are victims of abuse, neglect, abandonment or family crisis.

Sexual Assault Walk-in Counseling, YWCA  (406) 543-6691.    1130 W. Broadway, Missoula, MT 59801
For women and children, families and friends looking for support, information, and referrals on the issues of domestic and sexual violence.

YWCA Pathways(406) 542-1944 OR (800) 483-78581130 W. 24-Hour Crisis Line     Broadway, Missoula, MT 59802
Counseling, 24-hour crisis help, confidential shelter for battered women and their children, rape advocates, services for children survivors of domestic violence, temporary safe refuge for survivors of sexual assault.

The Lotus Project(406) 219-7521
A pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum education and

Hospitals & Mental Health Facilities

St. Patrick HospitalIntakes: (406) 327-3182. 902 N Orange St., Missoula, MT 59802.   [email protected]
A day treatment program for 12 – 18 year-olds. Referrals can be made by parents, guardians, healthcare professionals, community agencies or providers.

Community Medical Center(406) 327-4585
1211 S Reserve, Missoula, MT 59801
Provides case management for individuals with severe mental illness. Case. managers assess, coordinate, and monitor in-home supports.

Consumer Direct Care Network MT – Behavioral Health

(406)-532-1615.  Missoula County Office:  100 Consumer Direct Way, Suite 160  Missoula, MT  59808

Ravalli County Office:  112 Houk Lane, Stevensville, MT 59870
(406) 532-1615.
Consumer Direct Care, Behavioral Health’s therapeutic services support children and families with strength-based interventions, skills and resources.  Customized supports include:  family-based and school-based mental health services, autism services, out-patient therapy services, case management, and assessment.

Missoula County Crisis Intervention Team(406) 258-4904 [email protected]
A group of professionals from the criminal justice system and mental
health care agencies providing best practices of first responder care to those. experiencing a mental health crisis.

Missoula Vet Center, Department of Veterans Affairs(406) 721-4918 / (877) WAR-VETS (927-8387)                                    Eric F. Kettenring, LCPC, NCC, Team Leader
500 N Higgins Ave, Missoula, MT 59802
Provides PTSD, bereavement, and sexual trauma treatment services to combat veterans, military sexual trauma survivors, and their families.

Seeley-Swan Healthy Relationships Project(406) 546-0016  [email protected]1444 Mansfield Ave, Missoula, MT 59812
Free mental health services including to help alleviate distress, identify solutions, develop new coping skills, and connect to additional resources.  For adults and children with current or previous experience of relationship distress, abuse (including children who have witnessed abuse), sexual violence or stalking.

University of Montana Clinical Psychology Center (CPC)(406) 243-2367. [email protected]

Jennifer S. Robohm, Ph.D., Director
1444 Mansfield Ave, Missoula, MT 59812
Low-cost (on a sliding scale), high-quality counseling and evaluation services. for children, adolescents, families, adults, and groups.

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