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Housing/Shelter Assistance

A.W.A.R.E. Residential Services

A.W.A.R.E. Residential Services

http://aware-inc.org/services/residential/

1811 W. Koch
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 587-1181

AWARE offers an array of residential services, including homes for children and adults with mental illness, homes for adults with developmental disabilities, homes for youth with autism and homes for adults with medical needs. Many adults are supported so they learn skills related to self care, domestic living and leisure/recreation.

Family Promise

http://www.familypromisegv.org/

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429 East Story St.
Bozeman, MT

Phone: (406) 582-7388

Email: info@familypromisegv.org

Family Promise of Gallatin Valley is a nonprofit network of interfaith organizations working together to end homelessness in the Gallatin Valley, one family at a time. We provide shelter assistance and full-time case management to families experiencing homelessness, and connect families to services they need to achieve stability and independence.

Greater Gallatin Homeless Action Coalition

https://gghacmontana.wordpress.com/

Email: GGHACmontana@gmail.com

The Greater Gallatin Homeless Action Coalition is a community network of service providers and concerned citizens working together to actively prevent and end homelessness in the Gallatin Valley.

Habitat for Humanity

http://habitatbozeman.org/

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230 Arden Dr.
Belgrade, MT 59714

Phone: (406) 388-8225

Email: info@habitatbozeman.org

Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with qualified families to build and renovate decent, affordable housing. The houses then are sold to the families at no profit and with no interest charged.

Haven

havenmt.org

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PO Box 752
Bozeman, MT 59771

Phone: (406) 586-7689

Children’s support group and community education 24-hour crisis line: (406) 586-4111.

Providing quality service and advocacy for all domestic violence survivors in need. These services are all vital to both intervention and prevention of domestic violence in the Gallatin Valley. HAVEN officially serves residents of Gallatin County but extends services to anyone in a situation of domestic violence including people from other counties and out-of-state residents who are fleeing an abusive situation and need HAVEN’s assistance. Services include: • Client advocacy • Legal advocacy • Counseling • Emergency shelter • 24-hour crisis line • Adult support group

Home Ownership Counseling/Home Buyer Education

HRDC

https://www.thehrdc.org/how-we-help/housing/

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32 South Tracy Ave
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 587-4486

Email: housing@thehrdc.org

One-on-one homeownership counseling is designed to provide financial literacy skills including goal setting and budget planning, assess homebuyer readiness, support the customer in determining their financial situation, teach about “mortgage math” and ways to improve credit score, as well as connect customers to resources and other community resources. We encourage one-on-one appointments for those who have completed our homebuyer’s education class to offer professional guidance for your upcoming purchase. Homeownership coaching can be extremely beneficial throughout the buying process. Here are some of the benefits: Individualized preparation for your purchase. We can help with deciding how much house you can afford, what you may qualify for, a plan to save for a down payment, and your questions along the way. Unbiased, professional help. Housing counselors are one of the few parties that don’t have a financial interest in the outcome of your purchase, so we’ll help

HRDC-Livingston

https://www.thehrdc.org/

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111 S. Second St.
Livingston, MT 59047

Phone: (406) 333-2537

Fax: (406) 585-3538

Email: hello@thehrdc.org

The Human Resource Development Council of District IX, Inc. (HRDC) was established in 1975 to serve Gallatin, Park, and Meagher counties in southwestern Montana. We are a private, not-for-profit Community Action Agency, dedicated to strengthening community and advancing the quality of people’s lives. We work to achieve this by developing resources, talent, and capital to help people of all ages and situations confront and overcome obstacles so that they can improve their lives. We focus on seven strategic challenges and operate multiple programs to address these pressing human needs. We serve our community in these seven areas: Food and Nutrition, Housing and Homelessness, Child and Youth Development, Senior Empowerment, Community Transportation, Home Heating, Efficiency, and Safety, and Community and Economic Development. Through our programs, we foster sustainable results through practical, comprehensive approaches to social and economic challenges.

Human Resource Development Council (HRDC)

http://www.thehrdc.org

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32 South Tracy Ave,
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 587-4486

Email: hello@thehrdc.org

The Human Resource Development Council of District IX, Inc. (HRDC) was established in 1975 to serve Gallatin, Park, and Meagher counties in southwestern Montana. We are a private, not-for-profit Community Action Agency, dedicated to strengthening community and advancing the quality of people’s lives. We work to achieve this by developing resources, talent, and capital to help people of all ages and situations confront and overcome obstacles so that they can improve their lives. We focus on seven strategic challenges and operate multiple programs to address these pressing human needs. We serve our community in these seven areas: Food and Nutrition, Housing and Homelessness, Child and Youth Development, Senior Empowerment, Community Transportation, Home Heating, Efficiency, and Safety, and Community and Economic Development. Through our programs, we foster sustainable results through practical, comprehensive approaches to social and economic challenges.

LIEAP Low Income Energy Assistance and Energy Share

https://www.thehrdc.org/how-we-help/energy/

Phone: (406) 585-4876

Email: energyassist@thehrdc.org

Heating costs for older homes, mobile homes, and energy-inefficient apartment rentals can cause a household to face significant energy cost increases during the winter months in Montana. Emergency assistance can be in the form of service shut-off prevention and hot water heater or furnace replacement and is provided to more than 1,000 households annually. Heat bill supplements are provided to more than 2,000 households annually to assist households through the winter months. This financial assistance is paid directly to the heat vendor. Energy saving measures are conducted for homes of eligible households and create more efficient homes by installing effective insulation and weather-stripping, and testing and tuning combustion appliances for safety and efficiency. We strive to educate homeowners or renters on energy conservation, home health, and safety. Benefits are provided based on the projected Savings to Investment Ratio for the energy retrofit, which must pay for itself within the lifetime

Montana Independent Living Project-Bozeman office

http://www.milp.us/home.html

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3825 Valley Commons Drive, Suite 2
Bozeman, MT 59718

Phone: (406) 522-7300

Fax: (406) 522-7302

Email: ltallon@milp.us

Montana Independent Living Project, Inc. (MILP) is a not-for-profit agency that provides services that promote independence for people with disabilities.

Reach, Inc.

http://www.reachinc.org/

322 Gallatin Park Dr.
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 587-1271

Email: staff@reachinc.org

Organizations that provides assistance with both work and every-day life for adults with developmental disabilities and traumatic head injuries in Gallatin Valley.  Provides services including residential, vocational, and transportation.

Section 8 Rental Assistance

HRDC

https://www.thehrdc.org/resources/services-directory/

32 South Tracy Ave
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 587-4486

Fax: (406) 525-3538

Email: section8@thehrdc.org

Warming Center

HRDC

http://www.thehrdc.org/

2104 Industrial Way
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 587-4486

Email: warmingcenter@thehrdc.org

The Warming Center offers seasonal shelter to anyone in need- families with children, single adults, and couples are welcome. Separate sleeping areas are provided. Trained staff and volunteers are on-site at all times during operating hours.The Warming Center is located at 2104 Industrial Drive in Bozeman (corner of Griffin and Industrial). The Center is open 7 pm—7 am 7 days per week during the winter months. Check-in is from 7-11 pm.