Ag Worker Health & Services

Ag Worker Health & Services

 Providing low cost, high quality medical, dental and behavioral health care for agricultural
workers and their families


About Us:

Ag Worker Health & Services provides primary and preventive medical, dental, and behavioral health care services in 4 year-round sites in Billings, Fairview, Dillon & Lolo Montana, and 1 year-round site located in Powell Wyoming. These clinics are operated through the Montana Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers Council, Inc. Services are also provided through mobile units and seasonal sites as needed during peak agricultural seasons.

We are committed to ensuring that all patients seeking care receive services regardless of ability to pay or insurance status. Our health center continues its commitment to establish and maintain a sliding fee discount program for the medical, dental, and behavioral health services we provide.

In 1972, the Montana Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers Council, Inc., began providing services to agricultural workers in the Yellowstone River Valley (12 counties) in Montana and has expanded to 33 counties in Montana, 2 counties in NW North Dakota and 5 counties in Wyoming.


Contact us at info@agworker.org

Locations:

3318 3rd Avenue N., Ste 200,
Billings, MT 59101
Phone: (406) 248-3149
Fax: (406) 245-6636
116 N Washington Street,
Dillon, MT 59725
Phone: (406) 683-5570
Fax: (406) 683-6489
35511 County Rd. 134,
Fairview, MT 59221
Phone: (406) 742-5201
Fax: (406)742-3523
9801 Valley Grove Drive, Ste D,
Lolo, MT 59847
Phone: (406) 273-4633
Fax: (406) 273-4707
212 West 6th Street,
Powell, WY 82435
Phone: (307) 754-6350
Fax: (307) 754-3246

After hours / Despu├ęs de horas de servicio:
Toll Free: (800) 813-4492 (Billings Headquarters)

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