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Haily Donoven
· September 28, 2017
I love this happy, colorful, bright, and friendly facility. Fast, convenient, and thorough care. Friendly front staff, awesome doctors and nurses. I highly recommend this faculty for fast and friendly... healthcare. I enjoyed my visit today with Heidi and nurse Lisa. Thanks for making me feel at home, listened to, and safe. �

Two thumbs up ��

Also, love and appreciate the hours of availability. Dental health, mental health, pharmacy, and medical all in one site! Assistance programs for those in need. Great work bringing this facility to a community in need. �
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Amanda Moreno
· January 17, 2018
Thank you Bullhook Dental, you guys are great and fast!!! My family and I are in process of getting great smiles, thanks to you guys!!! The whole staff is awesome, friendly and helpful!!! ����������
Jill Paulsen
· October 29, 2016
I made a cleaning appointment in July, and they couldn't get me in until October, which was fine with me. I teach, so I had to take sick leave and make sub plans in advance for the appointment, and I... had been looking forward to it for months. (Yes, I like getting my teeth cleaned.) Upon arrival to my appointment, I found out that it had been canceled that day at nine. I turn my ringer off at work, so I didn't notice the call. I understand people get sick and things happen. However, if I am told I will be contacted to reschedule the appointment from the receptionist from the party who broke the contract, that is my expectation. I received no call. I also understand that this business may be fine with losing customers because of the high demand, but in the end, it's just not professional. Thanks Dr. Harada's office for finding me a slot within the month of November. -Jill Paulsen See More
Rachel Burchard
· August 13, 2017
I take my kids to the dentist here. All of the staff is amazing. Our dental hygienist Pam is the sweetest.
Lory Ann Harrison
· November 19, 2015
Thank you with all my heart to the Bullhook Community Health Center's Lynne Nash. She kindly gave me her scooter so I didn't have to rent one. Thank you to everyone there for your caring attitude and ...kind smiles. Also a thank you to Tami in the pharmacy for saving me money on my much needed Insulin. See More
Thank you Senator Tester for being an advocate for Montanans and Health Centers. #ValueCHCs Senator Jon Tester Senator Steve Daines Congressman Greg Gianforte
Come see Timmy the Tooth! Tours are at 2 and 3 this afternoon!
Dedicating the executive conference room to Cindy Smith.

This has been a horribly cold, and snowy winter. Have you thought about your risk for hypothermia or frostbite?

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If you can't make this Mental Health First Aid class, the next one is scheduled for May 4th.

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Bullhook Community Health Center

Adult Mental Health First Aid is this Friday. Spots still available. Call Jeff to register. 395-6907.


The YOUTH Mental Health First Aid training is scheduled for Friday, February 23, 2018, here at Bullhook Community Health Center. The course instructor is Lindsey Reichelt, LCSW. There is no cost to attend this training. The training is from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. and you will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the course. If you are interested, please register by calling Jeff Krigbaum at 406-395-6907.

Fri 8:00 AM MSTBullhook Community Health CenterHavre, MT
11 people interested

We can't thank everyone enough for being awesome advocates for your health center.

House passes deal to end shutdown including $7 billion for Community Health Centers! #valuechcs #fqhc

The House passed a sweeping budget deal early Friday morning, sending legislation to President Trump to reopen the federal government hours after it shut down.

Adult Mental Health First Aid is this Friday. Spots still available. Call Jeff to register. 395-6907.

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Due to emergency travel only conditions, Bullhook will be closing early today. You may call our phone number 395-4305 and reach the on-call provider. Stay tuned for tomorrow.

Havre Police Department

February 8, 2018



Havre, MT- Due to the extreme conditions and the amount of snow fall, the current traveling conditions are extremely hazardous. Because of the amount of accidents and vehicles getting stuck blocking the roadways, the Havre Police Department is recommending emergency travel only. Please stay indoors unless it is an emergency to travel. Anyone having an emergency event, please call 911. For non-emergencies, please call 406-265-4361.
According to the National Weather Service,


* WHAT...Heavy snow. Additional snow accumulations of 4 to 7
inches are expected.

* WHERE...Portions of central and north central Montana.

* WHEN...Until 6 AM MST Friday.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Plan on difficult travel conditions. Be
prepared for significant reductions in visibility at times. The
cold wind chills as low as 20 below zero could cause frostbite
on exposed skin in as little as 30 minutes.


A Winter Storm Warning for snow means severe winter weather
conditions will make travel very hazardous or impossible. If you
must travel, keep an extra flashlight, food and water in your
vehicle in case of an emergency. The latest road conditions for
the state you are calling from can be obtained by calling 5 1 1.”

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Montana Primary Care Association

Today is the Day! Congress is taking ACTION to fund community health centers. Please contact our delegation with the following message: “Thank you for your cont...inued support of community health centers. I urge you to support the Senate Budget deal. Community health centers are counting on you.”
• Senator Daines: 202-224-2651
• Senator Tester: 202-224-2644
• Congressman Gianforte: 202-225-3211

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Dedicating the executive conference room to Cindy Smith.

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National Association of Community Health Centers was live.

Congressional supporters and health center advocates – including patients, board members and executives — from across the country discuss the dire need to exten...d funding for Community Health Centers. The Community Health Center Fund (CHCF), a key source of funding for health centers, expired on September 30, 2017, and has since been extended through only March 31, 2018. The CHCF provides 70% of grant funding to the health center program and makes up on average, 20% of operation at the organization level. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has projected that the national impact of the loss of funding (the “funding cliff”) will close 2,800 health center locations, eliminate more than 50,000 jobs, and result in loss of access to care for more than 9 million patients. Health centers serve 27 million people and play a key role as responders in protecting America’s public health.

Participating in this news conference: U.S. Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT), U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY), U.S. Rep. Tom O’Halleran (D-AZ), John Felton, CEO Riverstone Health, Billings, MT, Deborah Woolford, Patient & Consumer Board Member, Park West Health Center, Baltimore, MD, Janice Sherman, CEO, Mississippi Primary Health Care Association, Jana Eubank, NACHC, Associate Vice President, Public Policy and Research

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“Our patients matter and I believe in the work BCHC does to provide quality and affordable healthcare to Montanans.” “Lives and jobs are at stake.” “Fix the Cliff!”. - Deidre, Bullhook Care Manager
#ValueCHCs #RedAlert4CHCs
National Association of Community Health Centers Senator Steve Daines Congressman Greg Gianforte Senator Jon Tester

“Without Congressional action, nine million patients, 50,000 jobs and nearly 3,000 health center sites are at risk. We need long term funding to continue to serve our diverse patients. Please lend us support so we can continue to offer services to our community and strive to inspire a healthy community through patient-centered care. We value our patients”. - Hailey, Bullhook Care Manager.
#ValueCHCs #RedAlert4CHCs
National Association of Community Health Centers Senator Jon Tester Congressman Greg Gianforte Senator Steve Daines

"My healthcare options shouldn't be up for debate" - Tina, Bullhook Executive Assistant
"I care about a healthy community!" - Caprice, Bullhook Assistant to the Executive Assistant

#ValueCHCs #RedAlert4CHCs
National Association of Community Health Centers Senator Jon Tester Congressman Greg Gianforte Senator Steve Daines Montana Primary Care Association

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