Mountain House is
a supportive, safe, drop-in
environment for adults
who are experiencing
with mental illness.
Mountain House provides a warm, comfortable environment where adults who are struggling with mental illness can swing by to relax, read, work on the computer, visit with others, or meet with staff members who can help them address their issues and improve the quality of their lives.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm
Individual, couples and group therapy: We address all mental health issues that may arise, such as mental illness, substance abuse, interpersonal relationship issues, depression, anxiety, abuse, grief, and various life changes.
Case management: Our Case Workers and Primary Therapists meet clients’ social, practical and medical needs through coordination and networking with other organizations. We teach basic life skills that reinforce independence, link clients with community resources, and promote community integration, including volunteer activities on site.
Medication management: psychiatric consultation and assessment for medication.
Scheduled social and recreational opportunities: We provide a safe and inclusive activities that help develop a community of peers and ease feelings of isolation. Activities include art therapy, movie nights, potlucks, walks, hikes, gardening, biking, drumming, yoga, therapeutic fieldtrips, retreats and more.
Job coaching and career support: We assist clients with employment and career decisions, and provide coaching to help clients thrive in the workplace, all in collaboration with the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and Workforce Services.
Crisis intervention: We provide emergency mental health response to the community 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week, whether on site during regular business hours or by telephone outside of the work week. Click here for our location and phone number. Crisis services are available at St. John’s Medical Center as well.
Hospital Assessment & Consultation: Our psychologists (and master’s level clinicians under the supervision of a psychologist) provide emergency mental health services to patients at St. John’s Medical Center 24/7. We provide liaison services with the Wyoming State Hospital (and other hospitals as appropriate), facilitating admission, tracking treatment, and helping transition a discharged patient to community treatment.