Behavioral Health

Enhancing the Behavioral Health of Individuals, Families and the Community

The Behavioral Health Staff are all culturally competent and sensitive to tribal customs, traditions, practices and the sovereign status of the Chippewa Cree Tribe.

Behavioral Health Hours:

Daily from 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Walk-in Slots are available daily from 9:00 AM and at 1:00 PM

To make an appointment contact: Karen Kettering Morsette

Services
Staff
  • Quality Comprehensive Behavioral Health Services for tribal members of all ages with a wide variety of psychological/psychiatric conditions using a broad range of techniques.
  • Individual Psychotherapy/Counseling
  • School-Based Counseling
  • Consults with Teachers/School Counselors/Administrators regarding the evaluation/treatment of school-aged patients
  • Provides Direct Patient Care for BH patients via Individual, Family, Group Therapy
  • Provides Psychological Assessments covering a full range of psychological/psychiatric diagnoses.
  • Provides Assessments of At Risk Patients for involuntary commitment and other court proceedings and coordinates triage and after care.
  • Assists with Community Outreach via oral presentations on topics such as Suicide Prevention, Grief, Mental Health Awareness, Child Abuse, etc.

Behavioral Health Staff: 

Shannon L. Crossler - M.Ed., LCPC

Carol Ortman

Angi DiSalvo

Kevin Zoren

Karen Kettering Morsette - Behavioral Health Receptionist

Jay Getten

Rocky Boy Health Board
96 Clinic Road Box Elder,
MT 59501
406.395.4486
White Sky Hope Center
96 Clinic Rd
Box Elder, MT 59521
406.395.4818
Rocky Boy WIC
96 Clinic Rd
Box Elder, MT 59521
406.395.1703
Rocky Boy EMS
96 Clinic Rd
Box Elder, MT 59521
406.395.1712
406.395.4374
HOURS OF OPERATION:
Mission Statement: The Rocky Boy Health Board is committed to provide, maintain, and improve the highest quality of health care delivery systems in the spirit of Self-Governance and Self-Determination.  The Rocky Boy Health Board recognizes and respects the holistic and unique structure of the Chippewa Cree and will remain dedicated to their health needs.