The Healthy Granite County Network was created in July 2018 in response to a Health Resources and Services Administration Network Planning Grant received by Granite County Medical Center for fiscal year 2018.

The network is comprised of health care, education, civic and community stakeholders with a collaborative agenda of improving the health of Granite County residents. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit governed by a Board of Directors.


Breanna Hall

Breanna Hall is the Curriculum Coordinator for Southwest Montana Community Health Center in Butte. After working in Recruitment at Montana Technological University for 8 years she developled a deep love for higher education/continuing education and was excited to take that passion into the healthcare industry helping students with rotations and employees with development trainings. She was born in Hayford, England and lived in Southern California until the family moved to Butte, MT over 20 years ago, as her mother is a Butte native. 

She earned a Master's in Business Administration from the University of Montana. She served on the Montana Post-Secondary Education Opportunity Counsel board for 4+ years ending her term as President. She is currently an active certified trainer in Youth Mental Health First Aid and Basic Management of Aggressive Behaviors. 

Montana is home and Breanna is proud to be from Butte, America with its rich history and strong Irish roots. She enjoys floating the Montana rivers, camping, hiking, reading, photography, Mexican food and is a mixed media artist in her spare time specializing in abstract contemporary art. 

Jodi Oberweiser 
Vice Chair

Jodi Oberweiser is a member of the Healthy Granite County Network and previously served on the Granite County Medical Foundation.  Jodi lives in Drummond where she is an educator and librarian for the Drummond Public Schools and Library Director for the Drummond School & Community Library.  She is a volunteer for the Montana Alzheimer's Association and a member of the Drummond Chamber of Commerce.  Jodi is married to Jim Oberweiser who is also an educator in the Drummond Public Schools. They have 4 grown children and 5 grandchildren. 

Jennifer Graham

Jennifer Graham is the Literacy Coach for Philipsburg School District. She is a teacher at Granite Junior and Senior High School and has taught Geography, Montana History, World History, American History, Government, and Life Skills. Jen graduated from Hellgate High School in Missoula, MT and continued her education at The University of Montana and Montana State University. She has a master's degree in Clinical Counseling and recently started taking on clients in Granite County. 

Jen is married to a rancher and has four children. She is proud to be a part of the Healthy Granite County Network and is committed to improving the behavioral health needs in her community. 

Maria Stoppler

Maria Stoppler, RN, BSN is the Chief Executive Officer and Director of Nursing for the Granite County Hospital District. She was born and raised along the New Jersey Shore.  She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey.

Captivated by the beauty of Southwest Montana, Maria made her home on Georgetown Lake in 1995.  She and her family enjoy the outdoors; biking, running, hiking and kayaking around the lake, taking in the views of the Flint Creek Valley and the abundant wildlife.

With a long history of serving the health care needs of the area, Maria has a deep respect and appreciation for the hard working people of Granite County. Their depth of character is clearly evident in their dedication to family and community. She admires the local pride and commitment to promoting all the area has to offer. Maria is honored to be part of the Healthy Granite County Network and looks forward to working with the highly skilled, caring and community minded members as we move forward in creating a healthier Granite County.

Dr. Rich Molteni
Community Member

Rich Molteni is a retired pediatrician and neonatologist who was the Medical Director of Seattle Children’s Hospital and Associate Dean at the University of Washington School of Medicine. He lives in Philipsburg with his wife Joyce and two Labradors. His daughter lives in Portland, Oregon and son and granddaughter in Salt Lake City, Utah. He enjoys fly fishing, photography, sports, hiking and Italian cooking. He has served on the Granite County Medical Foundation Board.


Goal of the Network

The Healthy Granite County Network’s immediate goal is to increase Granite County residents’ access to behavioral health services.


Objectives to Reach our Goal

We hope to achieve our goal by establishing a new case coordination and provider recruitment service to increase the number of Granite County residents who access case management services and in turn, behavioral health care services within county. We also hope to implement county-wide de-stigmatization efforts through behavioral health-related community trainings and development offerings. And finally, we hope to continue the Network into the future for the good of all residents by continually seeking feedback from the community and working to sustain the Network in order to meet the ever-changing healthcare needs of Granite County.



PO Box 176

Philipsburg, MT 59858-0176


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