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Behavioral Health Services

Beginning June 24, 2024 CCH Behavioral Health Crisis line 307.688.5555 will forward calls to the National Lifeline: 988 (text or call)

Campbell County Health Behavioral Health Services is dedicated to serving the Northeastern Wyoming community with exceptional, confidential, and comprehensive care for behavioral disorders, mental health conditions, and substance use treatment following detoxification.

Our outpatient professional team comprises a diverse group of experts, including psychiatrists, case managers, social workers, nurses, licensed therapists, and dedicated support personnel.

At BHS, the journey towards healing commences with an initial screening, followed by collaborative efforts between our healthcare professionals and patients to establish personalized treatment plans. These plans may involve consultations with our healthcare providers for prescription medications if necessary, along with options such as group therapy, educational resources, and community-based support programs. In cases of acute mental health crises, our hospital offers an eight-bed inpatient unit for adults and adolescents, ensuring vigilant and compassionate care.

At BHS, we prioritize accessibility. Clients are seen on a first-come, first-served basis. We work closely with each individual to ensure affordability based on household income. Patients can also explore our hospital financial assistance program, which is available to both insured and uninsured individuals; please note that proof of income is necessary for qualification. We accept various insurance plans, including Medicaid and Medicare, to further facilitate access to our services.

Click here for the CCH Financial Assistance Application.

We Can Treat

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Substance Use
  • Suicidal thoughts and actions
  • Threats and plans to harm others
  • Self-harming behaviors
  • ADHD / ADD - without medications
  • Oppositional defiant disorder
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Other behavioral disorders

Treatment Can Include

  • Comprehensive evaluations
  • Group, family and individual therapy
  • Case management
  • Coping skills
  • Medication management
  • Discharge planning

Our Services

Behavioral Health Services offers the following counseling and mental health services below:

Providers at this Clinic

Medication Management
Gilbert Smith, DO

Mary Maymana, MD

Cohen Ronit, MD

William Egbert, MD

Echo Downey, PMHNP-C, APRN
Sarah Clonch, LPC
Andrea Garlick, LPC
Cheryl King, LPC
Leslie Mashak, LPC
Collin McCloy, LCSW
Cheryl Trembath, LPC
Barry Shannon, MSW, PSCW
Joan Wagner, LCSW, CAP
Rickay Wolf, APRN

Sign up for FREE QPR Suicide Prevention Training

CCH Behavioral Health Services now offers the community free QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) training. Taught by a certified mental health specialist, QPR courses will be open to anyone in the community 18 years or older.
Located: 5th Floor Classroom in Behavioral Health, 501 S Burma Ave, Gillette, WY 82716
RSVP - Sign Up Now!

What is QPR?

QPR is a specialized course that teaches how to recognize and use appropriate language when speaking to someone experiencing a mental health crisis, including thoughts of suicide. QPR equips the learner with the tools and knowledge necessary to guide persons experiencing a crisis to local resources for further assistance. While not everyone has the required depth of training to address mental health crises fully, we all can learn how to question, persuade, and refer to save a life.

Contact Us

  • Location: Campbell County Memorial Hospital, 501 S. Burma Ave., Fifth Floor, Gillette, Wyoming
  • Phone: 307-688-5000
  • Campbell County Health BHS Crisis Line: 307-688-5555 after hours, weekends, and holidays
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Call/text 988
  • Visiting Hours: Monday-Saturday: 7:30-8:30 pm; Sunday: 2-4 pm
  • Director BHS Outpatient Services - Matthew Miller, MHA, 307-688-5025
  • Inpatient Unit Manager - Jessica Miller, RN, 307-688-5025

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