Community Resources

HRDC Housing

Seeking Housing Services

(406) 587-4486 | 32 S. Tracy, Bozeman

Works with individuals and families experiencing or at risk of homelessness through case management, financial coaching, and housing support. Emergency rental assistance is available based on housing status (facing eviction or homeless) and income level.

Section 8 Housing

(406) 587-4486 | 32 S. Tracy, Bozeman

Offers long term rental assistance to households struggling with housing costs. Assistance is based on income, and the program works with a wait-list. Notification of address change is critical!

Housing Navigation

(406) 585-4863 (406) 206-5989 | 2015 Wheat Dr. and 32. S Tracy |

Work with one of our Housing Navigators in a one-on-one setting to help with housing searches, completing housing applications, and seeking referrals

Resource Property Management(RPM)

(406) 587-4486 | 32 S. Tracy, Bozeman

RPM manages affordable rental units in Gallatin and Park Counties. Property lists and applications are available online and in the HRDC office.

Home Ownership Center

(406) 585-4895 | 32 S. Tracy, Bozeman

Provides homebuyer and financial literacy education, foreclosure prevention counseling, down payment assistance, and other services to households working to become first-time homebuyers.

Food and Nutrition

Gallatin Valley Food Bank

(406) 586-7600 | 602 Bond Street, Bozeman

Provides free groceries for those who need help stretching with their food budget. Food assistance hours Monday-Friday 1-4 pm and Tuesday Evenings 5-7pm for in-person shopping. Bread & Produce Room open 8:30am-5 pm.

Fork & Spoon

(406) 587-422 | 302 N. 7th Avenue, Bozeman

Join us for dinner Sunday-Thursday from 5-7 pm! Pay what you can, if you can! Restaurant style atmosphere.

Christian City Church (C3 Church)

(406) 388-7275 | 310 Laura Louise Ln, Bozeman

Food assistance based on family size. Food boxes available 1st and 3rd Saturdays 9-11am. Contact Kathy Bergevin (406) 853-2026 for more information.

Bounty of the Bridgers, MSU Food Pantry

Perm. Pantry: 1102 S. 6th Ave | Pop-up: 1218 S. 15th Ave

Open to MSU students, staff, faculty, and family members. Trips to the "Pop-up Pantry" for bread and produce are unlimited! Full shopping at the "Permanent Pantry" or pre-packed food boxes are available 5 times each semester. Perm. Pantry: Wed. 11am-1pm, Thurs. 4-6pm; Pop-Up: Sat. 1-3pm

Office of Public Assistance

1-888-706-1535 | 12 N. 3rd Avenue, Bozeman |

Provides access to benefits such as TANF, SNAP (formerly food stamps), as well as Medicaid and Montana Bridge to Benefits (improves families by linking them with public work support programs, such as HMK.

WIC (Women, Infants, & Children)

(406) 582-3115 | 215 W Mendenhall St, Bozeman

Provides food assistance to pregnant or breastfeeding mothers, and parents with children 0-5 years old. WIC can help mothers, fathers, grandparents, etc. with dependent children. WIC offers grocery vouchers, breastfeeding support, nutrition advice, free health checkups, and more. WIC serves Gallatin, Madison, and Park counties.

Energy Assistance

LIEAP (Low Income Energy Assistance Program)

(406) 585-4860 | 32 S. Tracy, Bozeman

Helps eligible renters and homeowners during the winter months by paying a portion of their winter heating cost (October-April.) Payments are made directly to the heat source vendor, and the application requires proof of income and bank account information.


The Warming Center / Day Center

(406) 556-1123 | 2015 Wheat Drive, Bozeman

A safe, warm shelter for individuals and families experiencing homelessness. The Warming Center is open every night from 7pm - 7am with check-in from 7-11pm. The Day Center is open Sun-Thurs. 9am-4pm. Services include showers, laundry, personal storage, computer access, cell phone charging stations, Housing First Case Management, and Housing Navigation.


(406) 586-7689 | (406) 586-4111 (Emergencies)

Provides a confidential and safe house for victims of sexual and domestic violence. Also helps with crisis intervention, on-going support, education, and legal advocacy.

Family Promise

(406) 582-7388 | 1603 Tschache Lane, Bozeman

Overnight accommodations and shelter for families with dependent children who are homeless.

VASH Program

(406) 560-4190 | Kevin Skocilich

Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing for homeless veterans (includes case management, counseling, and ongoing rental assistance.)

Supportive Services for Veterans and Families

844-4-VOA-Vet 104 E. Main St. Bozeman, MT

Volunteers of America provides supportive services for veterans and families who are experiencing or are at risk of homelessness.


Streamline Bus

(406) 587-2434 | 1812 N. Rouse, Bozeman

FARE FREE transit program serving Bozeman with service to Belgrade and Livingston.


(406) 587-2434 | 1812 N. Rouse, Bozeman

Door-to-door transportation for senior citizens and people with disabilities. Call at least 24 hours in advance to schedule a ride. $1 donation is requested, but not required for use.

Skyline, Link to the Peak

(406) 995-6287

Big Sky's public transit service that provides the link between Bozeman and Big Sky. Offers year-round service through the Gallatin Canyon.

Youth Dynamics

(406)-245-6539 | 2334 Lewis Avenue, Billings MT

Youth Dynamics can assist with transporting adolescents up to 21 years of age to appointments

Medical and Mental Health Care Services

Community Health Partners

(406) 585-1360 | 1695 Tschache Lane, Bozeman

Medical, dental, behavioral health and pharmaceutical services. Sliding scale payment system for services is in use, and referrals to specialists will also follow the sliding scale basis.


(406) 587-0681 | 1288 N 14th Ave #201, Bozeman

Excellent, affordable reproductive and sexual healthcare and education in a safe environment. Fees are based on patient income and patients with and without insurance are welcome to visit.

Gallatin City-County Health Dept.

(406) 582-3100 | 215 W. Mendenhall Street, Bozeman

Resources include environmental health, immunizations, WIC nutrition services, emergency preparedness, and preventative cancer screenings, among others.

St. Catherine Family Health Care Clinic & Pregnancy Resources

(406) 388-7035 | 15 East Main, Belgrade

Low-cost prenatal care and ultrasounds, free pregnancy testing, STD testing & IUD removal. Primary care for the whole family. Sports physicals and natural family planning. Open TWF 9am-5pm, TH 1pm-6pm


(406) 586-9444 | 1216 W Lincoln St. C, Bozeman

Confidential and free pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, and STD testing and treatment.

Childcare and Early Education

Head Start

(406) 586-9652 | 33 S. Tracy, Bozeman

Free preschool program for children ages 3-5 years old. Eligibility is based on income, needs of the child, and family situation. Head Start operates during the school year.

Childcare Connections

(406) 587-7786 | 1143 Stoneridge Dr. Suite 1

Childcare resources and referral agency that administers the Best Beginnings Scholarship to make childcare affordable and available to working families.


(406) 587-3840 | 400 E. Babcock Street, Bozeman

Encourages healthy family and child development through community awareness, parent education, and support to children and families ensuring positive outcomes for children. Resources for ages 0-18

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Gallatin County

(406) 587-1216 | 15 S. 8th Avenue, Bozeman

Helps children facing adversity reach their potential through one-on-one relationships with mentors.

Employment and Adult Education

Bozeman Job Service

(406) 582-9200 | 121 N. Willson Avenue, Bozeman

Employment listings, job matching and training, Veteran resources, and counseling. The Job Service also provides computers, phone, fax, copying and printing services for employment searches.

Vocational Rehab

(406) 587-0601 | 220 W. Lamme, Suite 1E, Bozeman

Promotes work and independence for adults with disabilities. Resources include job training and placement, counseling, and post-employment services. Intakes every Thursday at 10 am.

Youth Development

(406) 587-4486 | 32 S. Tracy, Bozeman

Job skills, resources, and job placement for youth (ages 14-21, up to 24 years old in some cases.)

Career Transitions

(406) 388-6701 | 189 Arden Drive, Belgrade

Uses a variety of tools to promote job readiness, including training and computer literacy classes, to ensure successful job placement for individuals.

LC Staffing

(406) 582-8795 | 626 S. Ferguson Ave. #5, Bozeman

A staffing agency for those seeking temporary or full-time employment.

Express Employment

(406) 587-0388 | 222 E Main St #102, Bozeman, Mt 59715

A staffing agency for those seeking temporary or full-time employment.

Adult Learning Center

(406) 522-6096 | 404 W. Main Street, Room 228, Bozeman

A service of Bozeman Public Schools, the ALC provides assistance in HI-SET preparation (formerly the GED) as well as resume skills, job search help, and basic adult education.

Beacon Employment Services

(406) 556-6500 | 699 Farmhouse Lane, Bozeman

Employment assistance for people with mental and physical disabilities. Assistance includes resume writing assistance, job search and placement, job coaching, interview skills development, and benefits counseling.

Supportive Services

The Help Center

(406) 586-3333

A 24-hour crisis hotline

Montana Independent Living Project (MILP)

(406) 522-7300 | 3825 Valley Commons Dr. Ste. 2, Bozeman

Provides services that promote independence for people with disabilities. Can assist with applications for Social Security Disability Insurance, and may also place PCAs (personal care assistants) in the home to help disabled individuals. Peer groups and advocacy available.

Social Security Administration

(833) 452-0419 | 3205 North 27th Ave, Bozeman

Administers complete services under the Social Security Administration. Includes supplemental income, disability, retirement and survivors benefits. Call for appointment & to drop off paperwork.

Alcohol and Drug Services of Gallatin County

(406) 586-5493 | 2310 N. 7th Ave. Ste. A Bozeman

Provides addiction and mental health services for people suffering from substance abuse issues.

Bozeman Public Library

(406) 582-2400 | 626 E. Main Street, Bozeman

Free books, movies, music, computer and internet access.

Love INC

(406) 587-3008 | 141 Discovery Drive, Bozeman

Service for residents of Gallatin County who need clothing, food, budgeting assistance, car repairs, home repairs, transportation, and family help. Also available is the Care Pantry, Linen Closet, and Clothes Closet.

Salvation Army

(406) 586-5813 | 32 S. Rouse Avenue, Bozeman

Veteran and homeless assistance available. Small vouchers may be available during the following hours along with sack lunches: Mon-Thurs. 9:30am-12:30pm, and Fri 10am-12pm.

Sacks Thrift Stores

(406) 587-7283 | 138 W. Mendenhall, Bozeman

Low-cost clothing, linens, housewares, etc. Homeless assistance is available. Sacks Vouchers are provided by Service Navigation staff at the HRDC. Please contact the main office in order to be connected with a service navigator. (406) 587-4486

Bozeman Bike Kitchen | 2104 Industrial Drive, Bozeman

Low-cost or free bikes for adults and children. Bikes can be donated upon financial need. Bikes can also be donated in exchange for volunteer hours. No prior experience with bike repair needed. Tues and Thur 6pm to 8pm, Saturday 10am to 12pm.

Family Outreach Inc.

(406) 587-2477 | 1315 E. Main Street, Bozeman

Provides free services to families and friends of children and adults with disabilities. Support and education are provided to keep families intact, and they also make available placement assistance.

Veterans Administration

(406) 582-5300 | 300 N. Willson Avenue, #703G

A wide variety of services for veterans of our armed services.

Reach Inc.

(406) 587-1271 | 322 Gallatin Park Dr. Bozeman

Works to empower adults with a range of physical or developmental disabilities (including traumatic brain injury) through employment, residential, and transportation assistance.


(406) 587-1181 | 1811 W. Koch Street, Bozeman

Provides community-based services to persons with challenging mental, emotional, & physical needs. The goal for clients is to reach maximum personal independence, & integration into the community.

Senior Programs and Services

(406) 587-5444 | 300 N. Willson, Ste 3008, Bozeman

Located in the Medical Arts Building, HRDC Senior Services include volunteer programs, homemaking services, transportation, and nutrition programs. Visit with one of our Senior Services Navigators


(406) 522-8169 | 807 N. Tracy Avenue, Bozeman

Matches community volunteers of all ages with senior citizens who want to increase their social interaction.

Greater Impact

(406) 539-2260 |

A non-profit designed to serve the community of Bozeman and, specifically, help families stay in their homes, cars, and jobs.

Montana Language Services

(406) 920-0068 | 211 N. Grand Ave, Ste J, Bozeman

Provides connection/inclusion to Limited English Proficient individuals with quality translation and interpretation services.

VITA(Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program)

(406) 585-4878 | 32 S. Tracy Avenue, Bozeman

Free tax preparation and filing. February 2-April 15. Services provided in Bozeman, Big Sky, Livingston, Belgrade, Gardiner. (Seasonal)

Read Montana

(406) 589-6518 | 292 W. Haley Springs Rd, Ste 2 Bozeman, MT 59718

Read Montana provides dyslexia diagnostic assessments and services at a reasonable price to our community.


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