Our Impact

The Southwest Montana Community Health Center opened its doors in 1986 under the name Butte-Silver Bow Primary Healthcare Services Inc.

SWMTCHC is a mission-driven private, nonprofit organization governed by a community volunteer board of directors.

The clinic is partially funded through a grant through the federal government that allows it to offer discounts on services so that healthcare remains accessible and affordable.

The clinic cares for more than 13,500 patients annually and employs more than 170 people in its various locations.

The SWMTCHC Timeline


Clinic in Butte opens its doors.


The Butte Clinic expands and moves to its current location at 445 Centennial Avenue.


Dillon Clinic begins operations.


Clinic purchases Mac’s Pharmacy in Sheridan in order to continue pharmacy services in the Ruby Valley.


With the assistance of partnerships, the Child Evaluation Center begins offering services to children and families. The CEC received national accreditation in 2007.


Substance abuse services begin and the Butte Pharmacy moves to 1145 South Montana Street.


Anaconda Clinic opens at 110 Oak Street.

Blacktail Pharmacy in Dillon opens at 125 East Glendale Street.

Medication-Assistance Treatment services begin.