Mountain/Montana Health CO-OP to waive all cost-sharing for the treatment of Covid 19

In light of the extreme nature of the Covid 19 crisis our Health Co-op will waive all cost-sharing for the treatment of Covid 19 disease for the duration of 2020. 

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Bullock pushes stay-at-home to April 24

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock on Tuesday extended the state's stay-at-home order, as well as public K-12 school closures, for another two weeks, saying it's a necessary step to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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Stay at home directive

To curtail the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in Montana, and to protect the health and economic wellbeing of all Montanans, it is necessary immediately to implement measures to ensure social distancing to prevent the spread of disease.

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Now offering $0 co-pays for medical & behavioral health

As COVID-19 continues to strain our communities, your physical
and mental health remains our top priority. Montana/Mountain Health CO-OP is committed to supporting our members and the community through the COVID-19 outbreak. 

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