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Community Resources

  • Alcohol and Drug Services of Gallatin County
    • Provides confidential and caring addition-focused services through professionally directed outpatient treatment and protection programs
      • 2310 N. 7th Ave, Bozeman, (406) 586-5493

  • American Academy of Pediatrics - Montana Chapter
    • The Montana Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics: Believes in the inherent worth of all children; Advocates for activities, programs and policies that will promote their optimal health and well-being; Works to enhance the professional and personal growth of our members.
      • 280 W. Kagy Blvd, Ste D #285, Bozeman, (844) 228-7480

  • ASMSU Preschool
    • Provides childcare and educational activities for preschoolers ages 2.5 years until entrance into kindergarten. Our services are open to children of MSU students, staff and faculty.
      • 1295 W. Garfield St, Bozeman, (406) 994-4326

  • Aspen (Abuse Support & Prevention Education Network)
    • ASPEN provides free, confidential direct services such as a 24 hour support line, emergency shelter, crisis counseling, support groups, legal advocacy, information & referrals, safety planning, emergency 911 phones, assistance with orders of protection, forensic medical exam support, community outreach, and educational programs.
      • 411 E Callender St, Livingston, (406) 222-5902

      • 24/7 Support Line: 406-222-8154

  • Aware Inc.
    • Provides quality community-based services to adults and children with challenging mental, emotional, and in some cases, physical needs who would otherwise be served in a more restrictive setting…or perhaps would not be served at all.
      • 93 Quaw Blvd, Belgrade, (406) 694-8052

  • Bienvenidos a Gallatin Valley
    • We connect new Spanish-speaking families with local mentors, volunteers, and professionals who help families meet their goals through language acquisition, coordination of services, access to community resources, and advocacy.
      • For more information email: bienvenidosabzn@gmail.com

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Big Sky Country
    • Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 5 through 18. We develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people.
      • 15 S. 8th Ave, Bozeman, (406)587-1216

      • 111 S. 2nd St, Livingston, (406) 222-1930

  • Big Sky Youth Empowerment
    • Big Sky Youth Empowerment provides opportunities for at-risk teenagers from Gallatin County to experience success with the goal of becoming contributing members of our community through group mentoring and outdoor adventures.
      • 225 East Mendenhall St, Bozeman, (406) 551-9660

  • Boy's and Girl's Club of SW Montana
    • Provides after-school and summer programs for school-aged children (5-18 yrs).
      • 3864 Baxter Lane, Bozeman, (406) 587-8442

  • Bozeman Adult Learning Center
    • Offers programming in Adult Basic Education and English for speakers of other languages
      • 404 W. Main St., Bozeman, (406) 522-6012

  • Bozeman Schools Foundation
    • The mission of the Bozeman Schools Foundation is to provide resources to inspire learning, enrich teaching and create opportunities for district students through community support.
      • 404 W. Main St. Willison Building, 2nd Floor, Bozeman, (406)522-6071

  • Bridger Care
    • Bridgercare’s mission is to provide excellent, affordable reproductive and sexual healthcare and education in a safe, supportive, empowering atmosphere. Fees are based on income and all are welcome here.
      • 1288 North 14th Avenue #201, Bozeman, (406) 587-0681

  • Bridger Peaks Counseling
    • Offers counseling services for youth and adults. Accepts most major insurances and offers sliding income scales.
      • 714 Stoneridge Dr. Suite #1, Bozeman, (406) 209-8711

  • Camp Mak-A-Dream
    • Offers cost-free, medically supervised programs for children, teens, young adults and adults and families whose lives have been affected by cancer.
      • Call 406.549.5987 for more information or visit their website

  • Cancer Support Community Montana
    • Offers comprehensive support care addressing the physical, emotional, spiritual, and educational needs of those affected by cancer.
      • 102 S. 11th Ave, Bozeman, (406) 582-1600

  • CASA/GAL of Gallatin County
    • Advocates for the rights of abused and neglected children in the court system.
      • Law & Justice Center, 615 S. 16th Ave, Room 313, Bozeman, (406) 582-2051

  • CAP Mentoring (Child Advancement Project)
    • Matches community volunteers with students ages k-12 in the Bozeman public schools. Mentors meet with their students 1:1 for an hour a week. They support students academically, socially, and with enrichment.
      • 400 E Babcock St., Bozeman, (406) 922-4246

  • Center Counseling
    • Center Counseling recognizes the uniqueness in each member of their team and in each of their clients. They serve people of all backgrounds, ethnicities, race, physical abilities, gender identities, sexual orientations, spirituality, national origins and ages. They celebrate difference and honor our shared humanity. Tell them you are part of the the BBBS program and they can tell you more about our partnership with them.
      • 321 E Main Street, #407, Bozeman, (406) 599-5355
  • Child Development Center
    • The MSU Child Development Center offers a year-round early education program for Bozeman area young children, ages 3 through kindergarten, and their families.
      • 105 Herrick Hall, S. 7th and Cleveland Streets, (406) 994-5010

  • Childcare Connections

  • Provides quality child care resources, referrals, information and training to area childcare providers.
    • 1600 Ellis St, Unit 1A, Bozeman, (406) 587-7786

  • Community Closet
    • Local thrift store offering low-cost everyday items for individuals in need. Vouchers are given to those who cannot afford needed purchases but must meet eligibility criteria.
      • 416 E. Park St., Livingston, (406) 222-6200

  • Community Health Partners
    • The CHP medical clinics offer primary and preventative medical care to patients of all ages as well as behavioral health.
      • 19 E Main St, Belgrade, (406) 924-5754

      • 410 Triple Crown Rd, Belgrade Middle School Panther Clinic (406) 451-0677

      • 1695 Tschache Ln, Bozeman, (406) 585-1360

      • 205 M 11th Ave, Bozeman High School Clinic (406) 522-6920

      • 4455 Annie St, Gallatin High School Clinic

      • 112 W Lewis St, Livingston, (406) 222-1111

  • Eagle Mount
    • Provides therapeutic recreation for people with disabilities with the support of volunteers.
      • 6901 Goldenstein Ln, Bozeman, (406) 586-1781

  • Family Outreach
    • Provides home-based education and support services for those with developmental disabilities.
      • 1315 East Main Street, Bozeman, (406)-587-2477

  • Fork and Spoon Homestyle Restaurant
    • Fork & Spoon is Montana's first social enterprise restaurant. Operating on the innovative pay what you can model, Fork & Spoon offers delicious and affordable meals to everyone in the community. We are open for dinner Sunday - Friday from 5 - 7 p.m.
      • 302 N. 7th Avenue, Bozeman, MT, (406) 587-4225

  • Gallatin County 4-H
    • Promotes youth development, fostering competence, commitment, caring and self-assurance.
      • 903 North Black, Bozeman, (406) 582-3280

  • Gallatin Valley Farm to School
    • Gallatin Valley Farm to School cultivates healthy kids, vibrant farms and strong communities by connecting schools and local food producers in the Gallatin Valley.
      • Contact Information- lunchbox@gvfarmtoschool.org, (406) 219-1010

  • Gallatin Valley Food Bank
    • The Gallatin Valley Food Bank’s mission is to improve food security throughout Southwest Montana.
      • 602 Bond St, Bozeman, (406) 586-7600

  • Gallatin Valley YMCA
    • Serves the children and families of Gallatin and Park counties with programs that encourage active and healthy lifestyles, whether through sports programs or programs for working parents.
      • 3673 Love Lane, Bozeman, (406) 994-9622

  • Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming
    • We continue the Girl Scout mission of building girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.
      • 141 Discovery Dr. Suite 209, Bozeman, 1-800-736-5243 x 2305

  • Girls on the Run
    • Girls on the Run (GOTR) is a 10-week after school program that teaches life skills through conversation-based lessons and running games, culminating in local girls running a 5K.
      • Phone: (406) 922-4256

  • Greater Gallatin United Way
    • Greater Gallatin United Way is a community-based non-profit located in Bozeman, Montana. Governed by local volunteers, they serve the people of Gallatin, Park, Madison, and Meagher Counties.
      • 945 Technology Blvd Ste. 101F, Bozeman, (406) 587-2194

  • HAVEN
    • Provides emergency shelter, personal and legal advocacy, support group, individual counseling, and emotional support, information, and referrals via the 24-hour crisis line to victims of domestic and dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
      • Mailing Address: PO Box 752, Bozeman, MT 59771
      • Non-Emergency Line (406) 586-7689
      • 24/7 Emergency Hotline (406) 586-4111
  • Head Start at HRDC
    • Promotes free early childhood development programs for children and families.
      • 33 Tracy Ave, Bozeman, (406) 586-9662

      • 201 S F St., Livingston, (406) 586-9652

  • Hearts and Homes
    • Provides support to foster adoptive, and birth families through parenting classes and visitation supervision
      • 3316 W. Babcock St., Bozeman, (406) 585-8544

  • Help Center
    • Provides 24 hour hotline for crisis counseling, suicide intervention, resource information and referrals.
      • 421 E. Peach St., Bozeman, 24/7 Hotline (406) 586-3333

  • Hopa Mountain
    • Hopa Mountain invests in rural and tribal citizen leaders, adults and youth. Hopa Mountain’s StoryMakers program provides parents of children ages 0-5 with high-quality books and early learning resources. The Youth Leadership Program offers area teens bi-weekly opportunities to strengthen their leadership skills through community service projects.
      • 234 E. Babcock, Suite E, Bozeman, (406) 586-2455

  • Hope House Crisis Facility
    • Hope House has 8 voluntary crisis stabilization rooms and 2 emergency detention rooms for those experiencing a mental health crisis.
      • 701 Farmhouse Lane, Bozeman, (406) 585-1130

  • Human Resource Development Council (HRDC)
    • An organization dedicated to strengthening community and advancing the quality of people’s lives through developing resources and programs.
      • 32 South Tracy, Bozeman, (406) 587-4486

  • Junior Achievement of Montana
    • Educates and inspires young people to value free enterprise, business, and economics.
      • 601 Nikles Dr Ste 9, Bozeman, (406) 582-1828

  • Learning Partners
    • This program is designed to promote optimal early development, learning, and health of young children by engaging their parents/caregivers, which empowers parents/caregivers to become self-reliant.
      • 112 W. Lewis St., Livingston, (406) 823-6356

  • L'esprit
    • A mental health center that offers support for youth, families and adults.
      • 120 S. Main St., Livingston, (406) 222-7641

  • Live Another Day- Addiction and Mental Health
    • Live another day creates non-biased lists of treatment facilities and provides additional resources for those in need
  • Livingston Adult Community Education (ACE)
    • Livingston School District's Adult Community Education program. The program focuses on helping adults in Livingston and beyond discover and enrich their passions and professions. Some classes include writing, art, woodworking, pottery, gardening, and yoga.
      • 132 South B Street, Livingston,(406) 671-5446

  • Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce
    • It offers a variety of exposure opportunities through connections with visitors, residents, and newcomers.
      • 303 E. Park St., Livingston, (406) 222-0850

  • Livingston Food Resource Center
    • Provides emergency food for those in need who live in the Livingston/Park County area
      • 202 South 2nd St, Livingston, (406) 222-5335

  • Livingston HealthCare
    • Livingston HealthCare is a full-service medical center, providing critical services and rated as a level 4 trauma center.
      • 320 Alpenglow Ln, Livingston, (406) 222-3541

  • Livingston Park County Public Library
    • Open to all residents seeking access to information. Special items are available to seniors including large print books, unabridged audiobooks. Access to computers and the internet available. Bozeman Job Service visits the library to assist residents with building a resume, drafting a cover letter, or navigating online applications. Call for days/hours.
      • 225 E. Callender St., Livingston, (406) 222-0862

  • Loaves and Fishes of Livingston
    • Serves nutritious dinners to the homeless and others in need in the Livingston/Park County area.
      • 301 S. Main St., Livingston (406) 222-4824

  • Monforton School
    • K-8 school in Four Corners area that provides one-on-one mentoring to students. Adult mentors meet weekly at school during the students' lunch time.
      • 6001 Monforton School Road, Bozeman, (406) 586-1557

  • Montana DPHHS, Office of Public Assistance
    • Apply for benefits such as Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Medicaid, Healthy Montana Kids, and Cash Assistance. Must be categorically eligible.
      • Gallatin Co. Office of Public Assistance, 12 N. 3rd Ave., Bozeman, Toll Free: 1-888-706-1535

  • Montana Outdoor Science School (MOSS)
    • MOSS inspires curiosity, awareness, and understanding of nature through quality educational experiences.
      • 4056 Bridger Canyon Rd., Bozeman, (406) 582-0526

  • Montana Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    • If you are in crisis, help is available. Call the Montana Suicide Prevention Lifeline, anytime 27/7, or go to your nearest emergency medical center. Call 9-8-8
      • 1 (800) 273 TALK, (1-800-273-8255) or text "MT" to 741-741 or call 2-1-1 if non emergency

  • MSU Voice Center
    • Provides free and confidential support, advocacy, and referral services to survivors of rape, sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking.
      • Call or Text for 24-Hour Confidential Support- 406-994-7069

  • Park County Health Department
    • Provides disease and education information, maternal and child home visiting services, immunizations, rural school nursing services, and assistance with environmental health issues.
      • 414 E. Callender St., Livingston, (406) 222-4145

  • Providence Mental Health Services
    • Provide mental health and trauma-informed services with the whole family system in mind.
      • 2246 Boot Hill Ct #3, Bozeman, (406) 579-4984

  • Reach Inc.
    • Provides residential, vocational and transportation services for adults with developmental disabilities
      • 322 Gallatin Park Drive, Bozeman, (406) 587-1271

  • Southwest Chemical Dependency Center Program
    • Southwest Chemical Dependency Center provides individuals and family counseling for individuals struggling with substance abuse and sobriety issues. Sober living, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Group meetings and codependency meetings are offered weekly.
      • 430 E. Park St., Livingston, (406) 222-2812

      • Confidential National Help Line: 1-800-662-4357

  • WIC Clinic (Women, Infant's, Children)
    • Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children. 112 W. Lewis St.
      • 215 W Mendenhall St, Bozeman, (406) 582-3115

      • 414 E Callender St., Livingston, (406) 222-4145

  • Youth Dynamics
    • Youth Dynamics provides a wide range of strength-based, client-centered, supportive mental health services to children and families.
      • 1609 W Babcock St. Suite A, Bozeman, (406) 585-9402

      • 817 W. Park St., Livingston, (406) 548-6607