Logan Health Behavioral Health

Logan Health Behavioral Health (formerly Pathways Treatment Center), a department of Logan Health Medical Center, located in Kalispell, Montana, began its high standard of care when it opened its doors in 1994. We provide acute inpatient services for Montana clients who have mental health or substance abuse issues.

The 40-bed facility offers clinically effective treatment through the collaborative efforts of a team that includes psychiatrists, addictionologists, certified licensed addiction counselors, licensed therapists, psychiatric nurses and mental health specialists. Each staff member is dedicated to delivering results-oriented treatment in a caring and confidential environment.

An organization known as Mental Health America promotes opportunities to explore options in mental health care. Explore the resources by visiting the MHA website.

Behavioral Health Community Meetings

12-1:30 p.m. Depression Support Group

9 a.m. AA Speaker Meeting

9 a.m. AA Speaker Meeting
8 p.m. NA Meeting

Psychiatric Program

Our psychiatric program is carried out during a short-term stay. It is designed to help people with emotional and psychiatric problems stabilize, receive appropriate medications if needed, learn healthy coping skills and develop effective plans for successful transition back to their communities.

The program includes:
  • Daily meetings with a psychiatrist
  • An assigned counselor
  • Chemical dependency evaluation, if needed
  • Family meetings as indicated
  • Therapeutic services
  • After-care coordination

Inpatient Chemical Dependency

Logan Health Behavioral Health provides professional referred 24-hour medically monitored detoxification services.

For individuals who are admitted for medically monitored detoxification, services include:
  • Daily visits by a medical physician
  • Around-the-clock nursing monitoring
  • Medication administration by physician order
  • Full therapeutic services, as tolerated by the patient
  • ASAM Level 3.7 (medically monitored intensive inpatient services, as defined by the American Society of Addiction Medicine)

Co-Occurring Disorders

We provide treatment for co-occurring disorders to address both psychological/emotional and chemical dependency issues concurrently. Our staff helps patients identify the interdependent relationships between their mental health and chemical dependency issues.


The adolescent program is conducted in a separate wing of the treatment center from adults. It is designed to assess, stabilize and coordinate ongoing care for adolescents in crisis and their families. Simultaneous capability and case coordination help families, agencies and placements continue ongoing care of the child.

Referral Process

Our intake specialist and clinical staff are available to help you determine the appropriateness for placement at our facility. For more information about the referral process, please call (406) 756-3950.

If you are concerned for yourself or for others and their safety, you can always visit the emergency room.