DeWit RiteCare Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic
We are temporarily short-staffed. Please be patient with us as it may take a bit longer than usual for us to respond.
At DeWit RiteCare, training future speech-language pathologists and serving our community are our goals, focusing on providing diverse, enriching clinical learning experiences that are equitable and inclusive.
SPARK (Speech, Phonology, and Articulation Remediation for Kids) clinic is currently accepting new clients for fall semester! SPARK clinic is group therapy in a preschool setting for kids ages 2-4 who are difficult to understand. Fall semester groups are Monday mornings for 2 hours. Please contact 406-243-2405 or firstname.lastname@example.org to apply!
At this time, we only accept new ongoing therapy patients in special circumstances based on student training needs. However, we are always happy to add clients to our email lists for specialty clinics, which do open their application processes for new clients throughout the year, depending on when clinics are scheduled. Specialty clinics include BSAP, YETI, MOSSAIC, and SPARK.
Please contact our clinic front desk at 406-243-2405 for assistance in obtaining a referral to a community clinic accepting new patients and/or to be added to any of our specialty clinics email lists.
Masks are still required in clinical areas of Curry Health. Increased cleaning procedures in clinical areas are still in place, and we are continuously monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 situation in order to keep our people safe.
Access NaturalReader, text-to-speech free downloadable software, here.
The University of Montana DeWit RiteCare Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic (DeWit RiteCare Clinic) is committed to providing quality speech, language and literacy, cognition, swallowing, and hearing services locally and globally to people across the lifespan. We prepare future speech-language pathologists with practical experience through exceptional hands-on training and supervision. Intervention is evidence-based and client-centered. We believe that every individual should have access to these services, regardless of financial, geographic, or physical barriers. Scholarships are supported by the Western Montana Scottish Rite Foundation; however, masonic affiliation is not required.
All donations are tax deductible and can be made by filling out a donation form.
The University of Montana DeWit RiteCare Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic, originally established in 1998, is housed in the Curry Health Center on the University of Montana campus. The DeWit RiteCare Clinic is supported by a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization funded by the Western Montana Scottish Rite Foundation in partnership with the University of Montana. Funding comes from donations, contributions, grants, and bequests. When you elect to contribute to the DeWit RiteCare Clinic, you help to provide services to those in need and to train future speech-language pathologists. You are invited to assist in this worthy foundation.
Leah Meloy, MS, CCC-SLP
Office: Curry 019
DeWit RiteCare Speech, Language, & Hearing Clinic
School of Speech, Language, Hearing and Occupational Sciences
University of Montana
32 Campus Drive
Missoula, MT 59812-6695
University of Montana campus
Curry Health Center (lower level)
634 Eddy Avenue
Missoula, Montana 59812