1101 3RD Ave NW
Beulah, ND 58523
HoursMonday8:00AM - 5:00PM CT Tuesday8:00AM - 7:00PM CT Wednesday8:00AM - 5:00PM CT Thursday8:00AM - 5:00PM CT Friday8:00AM - 5:00PM CT SaturdayClosed SundayClosed
About CCCHC Beulah Behavioral Health Clinic
Coal Country Community Health Center ‐ Beulah Behavioral Health Clinic began operations in 2003. This is also our Billing and Administrative office. The clinic is equipped with 5 patient rooms that are used for our Behavioral Health staff, our Licensed Registered Dietician and Visiting Specialists to see patients.
- Behavioral and Mental Health Services
- Substance Abuse Services
- Diabetic Education Program
- Health Education
- Outreach & Enrollment
Visiting Specialist Services
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Dr. Mark Doerner began practicing at Coal Country Community Health Center in June of 2017. He currently practices at the Beulah Behavioral Health Office.
Dr. Mark Doerner is an experienced psychologist who recognizes the importance of access to behavioral health services to people who live and work in rural settings. He works with people of all ages who face a wide variety of challenges. Though it's been many years since his birth and childhood in western North Dakota, he is committed to offering mental/behavioral health services to the people who live in this part of North Dakota. He's been married for over thirty years, has a couple grown children and he loves to be outdoors whether it's hunting, fishing, golfing, or reading a good book in a comfortable chair.
Melissa Herman, a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Addiction Counselor, began her practice at the Coal Country Community Health Center in March 2009. She provides behavioral healthcare utilizing a variety of therapies to assist patients with their mental health and substance use/abuse needs.
Melissa received her Bachelors in Social Work from Minot State University and her Masters in Social Work from the University of North Dakota. She serves on the board of the North Dakota Addiction Counselors Association, is a certified instructor in Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid and a PRIME for LIFE 16 Hour DUI seminar instructor.
Darlene White received her Bachelor of Philosophy degree from the University of North Dakota in 1969. She did graduate work in Sociology at Northern Illinois University in Dekalb, IL where she had a teaching assistantship. She returned to ND in 1973 and worked at the State Hospital in Jamestown while she completed Addiction Counseling classes through Jamestown College and NDSU.
She worked as an inpatient Addiction Counselor at the State Hospital. She retired with 32 years of service in 2005 and moved to Hazen in 2006, where she has continued to work part time as an addiction counselor. She does alcohol/drug evaluations and individual, group and family addiction counseling at Coal Country. She has been a member of the North Dakota Addiction Counselor’s Association from its inception to the present and has also been secretary and President of the organization. This includes membership in the National Association of Alcoholism and Addiction Counselors Association. She has been in recovery since 1975 and is actively involved in the recovery community.
Sharold Oster earned a BS degree from North Dakota State University in 1964 and spent the next 20 years working on the family farm/ranch. In 1984 he returned to NDSU and in 1986 graduated with his MED in addiction counseling. He worked 19 years at the State Hospital in Jamestown as an inpatient addiction counselor and retired back to the family farm in 2006. Since his retirement he has held several part time positions as an addiction counselor and is presently employed as a part time addiction counselor here at Coal Country, where he performs evaluations, low intensity outpatient group and individual counseling.
He is a member of the National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors and the North Dakota State Addiction Counselors Association. In 2011 the North Dakota Addiction Counselors Association and the North Dakota Addiction Treatment Coalition formally recognized him for his outstanding contributions to the addiction field in North Dakota. On a personal level, he has been in recovery since 1979 and continues to be actively involved with the local recovery community.
Janet Wanek began her practice at CCCHC in Beulah in April 2018. Bio coming soon.