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WHERE HEALTH AND EDUCATION INTERSECT. All students deserve to thrive, but too many struggle because they lack access to health care services. School-based health care is a solution, bringing health care to where students spend a majority of their time. School-based health services are available during school hours to all students and staff.
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St. Labre Indian School

Monday – Thursday 8am - 4pm; Friday 8am – 2pm


Hardin School District 17 H & 1

Monday – Thursday 8am – 4pm; Friday 8am – 2pm

Intermediate/Primary  406-351-9026

Middle/High School 406-351-3810

Crow Agency Public School

Monday – Thursday 8am – 4pm; Friday 8am – 2pm


Dawson Community College

Monday – Thursday 9am – 5pm; Friday 9am – 2pm


Park County School District #1

Monday - Thursday 8am - 4pm; Friday 8am - 12pm


For General School-Based Health Care information, please call 406.623.9500




One Health is dedicated to providing high quality whole person care. Our patient care teams include primary care providers, nurses, behavioral health professionals, and care coordinators that utilize a team approach to provide the best possible care for students.

School Based
Behavioral Health Providers

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Leah McLaughlin, LCSW MSW

School Based Behavioral Health

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Amanda Gaskin, LCSW

School Based Behavioral Health

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Erin McCleary, MSW, SWLC

School Based Behavioral Health


Kayla Supple, MSW, SWLC

School Based Behavioral Health

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Kristina Brakebush, LCPC MSC

School Based Behavioral Health


Our health care professionals collaborate with schools to address the broad range of concerns and adverse experiences that affect students’ healthy development. Primary health care services are provided in a comprehensive, integrated, and accessible manner and in a sustained partnership with the student, their parent/guardian family, and provider in order to manage or treat conditions with parental consent.


Students may struggle with emotional or behavioral challenges. Ready access to expert attention may provide students with coping strategies to support healthy relationships and academic success. Behavioral health care includes prevention and education services, mental health, substance use, referrals to community resources, and more.


Is there a charge for using School-Based Health Care services?

One Health fees are based on a sliding-fee scale to make health care accessible to everyone. One Health also accepts Medicaid and most insurance plans. Please visit with your One Health school liaison to see if you are eligible for Medicaid and for enrollment support. No child will be denied services due to the inability to pay.

Who can access our services?

One Health provides services for all students and staff, regardless of race, sex, religion, or income. We especially focus on serving students who could not otherwise afford or access health care.

How are services provided?

School-based health services are provided via a hybrid model of in-person and virtual visits. Some appointments may be conducted through a virtual telehealth platform called Tytocare. This technology offers a way for healthcare providers to conduct a broader range of virtual visits through a high-resolution camera, thermometer, no-touch otoscope, stethoscope and tongue depressor.

What common health conditions do you treat?

The following are common health needs supported by school-based health care:

  • Counseling

  • Substance use services

  • Mild fever

  • Sinus infection

  • Allergies

  • Asthma

  • Ear ache

  • Skin conditions

  • Prevention and wellness

  • And much more!

How can I make an appointment?

Please talk with your school liaison, school nurse or school staff to make an appointment.

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