Welcome to the Newman Center – Pediatric Services
The Newman Center – Pediatric Services is affiliated with Pathways Treatment Center, a department of Kalispell Regional Medical Center, in treating mental health issues. We offer outpatient psychiatric care and therapy services for adolescents and children, including medication management. Therapy services are available for a wide range of concerns including anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship issues, and life changes. We are located at 75 Claremont Street, Suite C.
For psychiatric care
(medication management): Please have your general practitioner/therapist or health care provider fax over a referral. The referral should include reason for need of psychiatric care such as depression/anxiety, current medication, type of insurance if any, release of information, patient contact information and date of birth. Please wait 3-5 business days before calling to make your initial evaluation with one of our providers. Our fax number is (406) 758-5166
. For psychological or therapy services:
Please call our offices at (406) 758-5155
to schedule an appointment.
Medication Refill Process
Please notify your provider during your appointment if you are in need of any refills or call your pharmacy directly to request refills at least 48-72 hours BEFORE
your last dose. For certain controlled substances you will need to call the office monthly for refills. Please remember to call 48-72 hours BEFORE
your last dose. Your provider can let you know if you are taking one of those substances.
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Patient Rights and Policies
In accordance with applicable federal laws and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services policy, The Newman Center–Adult Services and The Newman Center–Pediatric Services do not discriminate on the basis of any nonmerit factor, including race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability (physical or mental), age, status as a parent or genetic information.