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Montana Resources

The links below are to websites that offer information related to Montana sex offense laws, statistics and other related topics. All website listed below provided information only for the state of Montana. The resources below are listed in no particular order. If you know of any other resources that should be added to the Montana sex offender resource list, please contact us and let us know.

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State Register & Laws

Counseling Options

Sex Offender Treatment Providers

Other Resources

  • Montana RSOL – Working on changing the registration laws for sex offenders in Montana.
  • Stop the Senate – Site to find out whom your state senator is and ways to contact him/her.
  • Stop the House of Representatives- Site to find out whom your state House of Representative is and ways to contact him/her.
  • Stop the Governor – Site to find out whom your state’s governor is and how to contact him/her.

Greater Gallatin Community Resource Guide

Housing
Hope Rescue Mission
702 SW Higgins Ave,Missoula, MT 59803
Phone Number (406) 542-5240
E-Mail: missoula316@aol.com
https://www.hopemontana.org/

Transitional Housing

Montana Department of Corrections: Department of corrections reentry program forthe state of Montana.

Helena Prerelease Center – A 105-bed facility serving adult men who must be a resident of Montana. Our facility is designed to ease the transition of an offender from a correctional institution to living independently in the community. It is also a comprehensive, community-based correctional program serving the adult male offenders referred by Montana Department of Corrections.

Gallatin County Reentry Program – Located on property owned by Gallatin County, this facility was designed, financed and constructed by Community, Counseling, and Correctional Services, Inc. (CCCS), and will be transferred to Gallatin County at the end of 10 years. It began providing services in mid-December 2005. It is a multiple use facility (including pre-release, work-release, drug court sanction, detention, and re-entry) for adult male offenders. This facility has a 40-bed capacity to accommodate 30 male offenders from the Montana Department of Corrections and 10 Gallatin County male offenders.  It has 16.5 employees, with an estimated annual Payroll and Benefits of $400,000, and an estimated annual Purchases of Good and Services of $313,000.

Montana Women’s Prison And Passages (Pre-Release) – Montana Women’s Prison in Billings’ houses approximately 265 adult female offenders and has partial responsibility for 245 more. More than 90 percent of inmates at MWP are involved in educational or vocational programs and nearly all participate in a parenting program, staffed by volunteers, where they learn prenatal skills, infant care, adolescent behavior and more.

Carmel Redevelopment Corp. Re-Entry Program– Our vision is to make Missoula a welcoming community for previously incarcerated individuals who want to succeed, by enhancing their access to housing, jobs, treatment, social connections and relationships, and by working to change community practices, policies, misconceptions and stigma.

VA Montana Health Care System: Veterans Re-Entry Program– Works with veterans transitioning from prison back into society.

LOCAL COMMUNITY RESOURCES

Lewis & Clark County Resource Guide

Montana Communities Resource Directory

Community & Campus Resources for Students & Families

City Of Three Forks Community Resources

ANGELA’S PIAZZA
(406) 255-0611
420 Grand Avenue
Drop-in center for women, provides domestic violence & sexual assault support groups/education, and parenting programs.

COMMUNITY NOTIFICATION – CODE RED

Please take a moment to visit the Yellowstone County Disaster and Emergency Services site for Community Notification. By simply signing up and providing the appropriate information, you can be notified by your local emergency response team in the event of emergency situations or critical community alerts. Examples include: evacuation notices, bio-terrorism alerts, boil water notices, and missing child reports.

COMMUNITY CRISIS CENTER
(406) 259-8800
704 N. 30th Street
Crisis response center for mental health and chemical dependency issues.

DISTRICT 7 HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
(406) 247-4732
7 North 31st Street
Offers a variety of housing programs, transportation assistance, energy assistance, and child care resources.

FAMILY PROMISE OF YELLOWSTONE VALLEY
(406) 294-7432
10 South 26th Street
A community of 26 Billings faith-based congregations and over 1400 volunteers that put their faith into action to provide meals, shelter, and a safe, non-judgmental environment for families experiencing homelessness.

FAMILY SERVICE, INC.
(406) 259-2269
1824 First Ave North
Family Service has helped our neighbors in need for 112 years. We support struggling families and seniors with vital essentials like food, clothing, rent, and utilities. We also provide support through education assistance for better employment, our “Suit Up” program for men interviewing for a new job and many other special projects like holiday meal boxes and back-to-school backpacks.

HOUSING AUTHORITY OF BILLINGS (HAB)
(406) 245-6391
2415 First Avenue North
HAB is dedicated to providing safe, decent and affordable housing to individuals and families in Billings, MT, and within a 10-mile radius of Billings’ city limits. Currently, the Housing Authority of Billings owns and/or manages over 400 housing units and administers rental subsidy for over 1000 units throughout the community.

THE HUB
(406) 248-4803
515 N. 27th Street
The HUB is a drop-in center serving both the homeless and the at-risk of becoming homeless population by acting as a resource site for individuals in the community while promoting a motivational environment. We assist with information about housing, Food Stamps, SSI, SSDI, homeless shelters, health care providers and other community resources.

MONTANA RESCUE MISSION
(406) 259-3800 (Support Services)

Women & Children’s Shelter
(406) 259-3105
2520 1st Avenue North
Billings, Montana 59101
Provides emergency care including food and shelter for women and children

Men’s Shelter
(406) 259-6079
2822 Minnesota Avenue
Billings, Montana 59101

Provides emergency, temporary, and rehabilitative care for those experiencing hunger and homelessness.  If someone you know needs help,

THE PHOENIX CENTER
24-7 Helpline: (406) 794-3829
1500 University Drive, Second Floor of Petro Hall of Montana State University- Billings

Confidential place on the campus of MSU-Billings for survivors of sexual violence that offers support, advocacy, and resources for college students.

RIVERSTONE HEALTH
(406) 247-3350
123 South 27th Street
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm
Medical practice with a sliding fee scale.

SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL
(406) 252-1855
3005 1st Avenue South
Provides a variety of programs for children and families such as clothing and household items.

THE SALVATION ARMY
(406) 245-4659
2100 Sixth Avenue North
Provides a variety of programs for children and families such as clothing and household items.

SOCIAL SECURITY SERVICES
As a non-partisan, non-profit group, we hope our new Social Security directory will help ALL people in Billings access these services without frustration. We want these citizens to know where to go when it comes getting information about:

Retirement Benefits

Disability Benefits

Medicare Benefits

Social Security Cards

Other Federal Government Services

TUMBLEWEED
24 Hour Hotline: (888) 818-4702
(406) 259-2558

505 N 24th St, Billings MT, 59101

info@tumbleweedprogram.org

Office Hours
Mon-Thu – 7:30 am-5:00 pm
Fri – 7:30 am-2:30 pm

The Tumbleweed Program is a non-profit, community-based agency, founded in 1976, which provides services to runaway, homeless, and vulnerable youth and their families. Tumbleweed’s crisis counseling and youth services are available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

YELLOWSTONE COUNTY OFFICE OF PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
(406) 237-0520
111 North 31st Street
Offers a variety of programs such as energy assistance, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

YWCA
24 Hour Hotline: (406) 245-4472
24 Hour Text Line: (406) 702-0229
252-6303 or TEXT 702-0029
909 Wyoming Avenue

Livingston Food Resource Center

Livingston Food Resource Center distributes monthly food boxes, senior commodities, students “Healthy Weekend bags”, and offers a holiday food support program.  Center is reliant on donations and support from the community.  Fresh produce and bread may be picked up Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00-5:00 pm.

Food Distribution Hours 1:00-5:00 pm

202 South 2nd St.
Livingston, MT 59047
(406) 222-5335
Website

Blaine County

Broadwater County

Cascade County

Gallatin County

Park County

Pondera County

Loaves and Fishes

Provides free meals on a daily basis from 4-6 pm for families and individuals in need.

Loaves & Fishes
301 S. Main St.
Livingston, MT 59047
(406) 222-4824

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.

Nearest location:
Gallatin Co. Office of Public Assistance
12 N. 3rd Ave.
Bozeman, MT 59715

Apply by phone,  report a change, renew your benefits or obtain information about your case:
Toll Free: 1-888-706-1535

or apply online

Billings Area Resources

Food Assistance & Household Needs
Billings Food Bank
2112 4th Ave North 406-259-2856
Food boxes
billingsfoodbank.com


Family Services
1824 1st Ave North 406-259-2269
Food boxes, clothing and other household items
famserv.com


St. Vincent de Paul
2610 Montana Ave 406-252-1855
Food and vouchers for clothing and household items
svdpmt.com


Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) – Office of Public Assistance
111 North 31st Street 406-237-0520
Food stamps
dphhs.mt.gov/hcsd/snap


The Salvation Army
2100 6th Avenue North 406-245-2558
Community Table Monday-Saturday, vouchers for clothing and household goods
salvationarmyusa.org


Healthcare
Community Crisis Center
704 North 30th St 406-259-8800
Assists individuals in crisis, experiencing mental health problems, or who are chemically dependent
mhcbillings.org


Indian Health Board of Billings
1127 Alderson Ave, Suite 1 406-245-7318
Medical services for Native Americans
ihbbilling.org


Office of Public Assistance
111 North 31st St 406-237-0520
Medicaid and Medicare Applications
dphhs.mt.gov


Prescription & Vision Assistance – Family Services Inc.
1824 1st Ave North 406-259-2269
Emergency medication assistance and vision assistance
famserv.com


RiverStone Health
123 South 27th St 406-247-3350
Healthcare, dental, and medication assistance for low-income and uninsured
riverstonehealth.org


South Central MT Regional Mental Health Center
1245 North 29th St 406-252-5658
Inpatient and outpatient mental health services
mhcbillings.org


Yellowstone AIDS Project
2906 1st Ave North, Suite 100
HIV testing, prevention, and support for persons living with HIV
yapmt.org


MT Migrant & Seasonal Farmworkers Council
3318 3rd Ave North, Suite 100 406-248-3149
Non-emergency medical services, including dental and behavioral, for Montana and NW Dakota
agricultural workers and families
mtmigrantcouncil.org


Addiction Treatment Options
Rimrock
1231 North 29th St 406-248-3175
Alcohol, drugs, gambling, eating and co-occurring disorder treatments
rimrock.org

The Center for Children and Families
3021 3rd Ave North 406-294-5090
Addiction assessments, case management & family recovery services for families involved with Child
Protective Services
forfamilies.org

South Central MT Regional Mental Health Center
1245 North 29th St 406-252-5658
Addiction assessment, evaluation, testing, case management, prevention, and education services
mhcbillings.org

Community Crisis Center
704 North 30th St 406-259-8800
Licensed addiction counselors and chemical dependency evaluations
mhcbillings.org

The Salvation Army
2100 6th Ave North 406-245-2558
Assistance for Native Americans with addiction issues
salvationarmyusa.org


Financial Assistance
Family Service
1824 1st Ave North 406-259-2269
Emergency rental, mortgage, and utility assistance
famserv.com


Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) & Energy Share – District 7 HDRC
3116 1st Avenue North 406-247-4778
Energy and utility assistance
benefits.gov

District 7 HRDC
7 North 31st St 406-247-4732
Money management and savings program, free income tax assistance (VITA)
hrdc7.org

St. Vincent de Paul
2610 Montana Ave 406-252-1855
Emergency rental and utility assistance
svdpmt.com

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) – Office of Public Assistance
111 North 31st St 406-237-0520
Cash assistance
benefits.gov

Shelter
Harmony House – District 7 HRDC
7 North 31st St 406-247-4732
Maternity group home for homeless, pregnant, or parenting mothers age 18-21
hrdc7.org

Family Promise of Yellowstone Valley
40 West 10th St 406-294-7432
Temporary shelter and meals for homeless families
billingsihn.org

Men’s Shelter – Montana Rescue Mission
2822 Minnesota Ave 406-259-3105
Shelter, food, clothing, laundry facilities, showers, counseling, and case management for homeless men
montanarescuemission.org

Women’s and Family Shelter – Montana Rescue Mission
2520 North 1st Ave 406-259-3105
Shelter, food, clothing, laundry facilities, showers, counseling, and case management for homeless
women and families
montanarescuemission.org

The Salvation Army
2100 6th Ave North 406-245-2558
Emergency vouchers for housing for homeless families
salvationarmyusa.org

Housing
District 7 HRDC
7 North 31st St 406-247-4732
Programs and supportive services in housing
hrdc7.org

First Time Home Buyer – Billings Community Development Division
2825 3rd Ave North, 6th Floor 406-294-5090
Down payment assistance for low income households
ci.billings.mt.us
Family Housing Matters – The Center for Children and Families
3021 3rd Ave North 406-294-5090
Supportive transitional crisis housing for families who have or are at risk of having their child placed in
foster care
forfamilies.org

Home Repair Program – Billings Community Development Division
2825 3rd Ave North, 6th Floor 406-657-8284
Deferred 0%interest loans for qualifying households to make repairs on owner/occupied homes
ci.billings.mt.us

Housing Authority of Billings
2415 1st Ave North 406-245-6391
Affordable housing assistance
billingsha.org

Independence Hall – Volunteers of America Northern Rockies
710 Lake Elmo Dr 406-259-5368
Transitional housing for homeless veterans
www.voanr.org

Employment Services

Advanced Employment Services
2115 Broadwater Ave 406-652-8808
Job placement
advanced-employment.com

Billings Job Service Center
2121 Rosebud Dr 406-652-3080
Job search, resume, and application assistance
wsd.dli.mt.gov/local/billings

Employment & Training for Adults – District 7 HRDC
7 North 31st St 406-247-4732
Job readiness training, supportive services, and employment and job development
hrdc7.org

Employment & Training Center – YWCA
909 Wyoming Ave 406-252-6303
Job readiness training, supportive services, and employment and job development
ywcabillings.org

Job Connect
2070 Overland Ave North 406-245-6323
Job placement
jobconnection.org

Labor Ready
2024 4th Ave North 406-252-8989
Temporary labor agency
laborready.com

Vocational Rehabilitation Services
2121 Rosebud Dr Suite C 406-248-4801
Assists persons with disabilities in preparing for, entering, or regaining employment
dphhs.mt.gov/detd/vocrehab/vocationalrehabilitationprogram

 

Educational Opportunities
Adult Education Center – Lincoln Center
415 North 30th St 406-281-5005
GED assistance and employment skill development
billingsadultcommunityed.org

Alternative Education – District 7 HRDC
7 North 31st St 406-247-4732
GED assistance, ACT and SAT prep, and tutoring for high school students
www.hrdc7.org

Educational Opportunity Center/TRiO – Lincoln Center
415 North 30th St 406-28-5109
Career assessments and college admissions assistance
billingscommunityed.org

Life Skills Classes – Tumbleweed
505 North 24th St 406-259-2558
Life skills education for youth ages 14-21
tumbleweedprogram.org


Transportation
Family Services
1824 1st Ave North 406-259-2269
Bus passes and gas vouchers
famserv.com

The HUB
515 North 27th St 406-248-4803
Bus passes
mhcbillings.org

St. Vincent de Paul
2610 Montana Ave 406-252-1855
Bus passes and gas vouchers
svdpmt.com

Wheels for Work – District 7 HRDC
7 North 31st St 406-247-4732
Bus passes, gas vouchers, and limited vehicle repairs
hrdc7.org

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