The Clinic



Bridgercare provides excellent, affordable reproductive and sexual healthcare and education in a safe, supportive, empowering atmosphere.

Who we serve:

This is your clinic!

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We are one of the largest non-profit family planning clinics in Montana.  About 18% of our budget comes from federal grants and funding.  The remaining funding primarily comes from donations and visit fees. Our fees are based on patient income and are assessed according to ability to pay.  We depend on you to pay for your care or make a donation at the time of your visit so that we can continue to provide you with personal, affordable, and professional service.

We always accept new patients, and no one is denied services due to inability to pay.  Bridgercare is happy to provide care to clients with private insurance and Medicaid coverage.  You can still apply for the sliding fee scale regardless of insurance coverage. We will simply adjust any balances from insurance to your discount level if you qualify.

Core beliefs:

Family Planning:

Every child deserves to be wanted and loved.

Every parent deserves to be willing and ready to take on the awesome responsibility of raising a family.

Access to reproductive healthcare and control over if and when to start a family are integral to creating thriving families and communities.

Health Education:

Every youth has a right to comprehensive sexual health education.

Comprehensive sexual health education needs to be age appropriate, medically accurate, science based, culturally competent, non-judgmental and inclusive of all sexual identities, orientations and gender expressions.

Comprehensive sexual health education empowers youth with the essential knowledge to make responsible decisions regarding their reproductive health and relationships, thereby improving public health as a whole in our community.

Standards of care:

Every patient deserves excellent, compassionate care regardless of economic circumstances.

Every patient deserves to make their own health decisions based on medically accurate information and will be respected and supported in their decisions by Bridgercare providers.

Health care must be grounded in reality and humanity, not ideology.



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