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Questions for the CCH Experts: Can I get in to see a counselor

Questions for the CCH Experts: Can I get in to see a counselor

We asked members of our medical staff to answer some common questions they hear from their patients. Read Cheryl Trembath's, LPC, answer to: I’ve heard that more people are looking for mental health services since COVID-19. Can I get in to see someone?

A: The isolation from not being around friends and family due to COVID-19 has had an impact on everyone’s mental health. This is a difficult time in our community and our country—to say the least—but there are a number of resources available at Behavioral Health Services at Campbell County Memorial Hospital.

Behavioral Health Services has mental health providers who can provide services for any number of problems. We work with people who have substance abuse, trauma, suicidal ideation, depression, anxiety, or are looking for skills with stress management, to name just a few. We work with all populations and ages, and are currently accepting new patients. Behavioral Health Services also offers telephone and virtual visits for current or potential patients.

BHS works with each client to make visits affordable based on household income by charging on a sliding fee scale, whether you have insurance or not — proof of income is required to qualify. Many types of insurance are accepted, including Medicaid and Medicare. For all services, clients are seen on a first come, first served basis.

Please give one of our registration specialists a call at 307-688-5000 to schedule an appointment.

Suicide Prevention Resources

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger because of thoughts of suicide, Call 911 NOW. If you feel you need immediate assistance, there are a number of resources available:

Don’t delay your medical care. CCH is open, safe and ready to see you.

Stay on track with preventative screenings like mammograms, annual physicals and follow-ups with your medical provider if you have a chronic health condition. With enhanced cleaning, screening of every patient and our employees — it’s a safe time to continue with your medical routines.

Call your healthcare provider to learn more or visit www.cchwyo.org/findadoc to find your provider or clinic.

For medical emergencies, call 911. If you are in crisis and need to talk to a counselor, please call 307-688-5050.

Cheryl Trembath is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with Behavioral Health Services located on the fifth floor of Campbell County Memorial Hospital, 501 S. Burma Avenue in Gillette, Wyoming. Campbell County Health Behavioral Health Services provides the Northeastern Wyoming community with compassionate, confidential and comprehensive treatment and counseling of behavioral disorders, mental illness and substance abuse treatment following detox. Call 307.688.5000 for an appointment. Learn more at www.cchwyo.org/bhs.