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Bozeman Adult Learning Center

Bozeman Public Schools

404 West Main Street
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 522-6096

Fax: (406) 522-6050

Realizing the value of each individual's unique potential, the Bozeman Adult Learning Center strives to foster goal setting, self-discipline, perseverance, and critical thinking. Serving Gallatin County adults, the center provides educational and career opportunities through skill development to promote an economically vibrant community. We offer classes in: College-prep Math, College-prep Writing, ACT and SAT Prep, Career Exploration, Employability Skills, Resumes and Interviewing, High School Equivalency Diploma, English Language Speaking and Writing Skills.

Career Transitions

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189 Arden Dr.
Belgrade, MT 59714

Phone: (406) 388-6701

Fax: (406) 388-6592


Career Transitions, Inc. is a private non-profit job training organization, that promotes job readiness and lifelong learning through community education and training programs. The Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market is managed by Career Transitions, Inc.

Consumer Credit Counseling

Rural Dynamics, INC

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2149 Durston Rd. Ste. 33
Bozeman, MT 59718

Phone: (406) 582-9273

Helping people achieve financial security is at the heart of all we do. We utilize both direct service programs such as counseling, coaching, lending, and tax preparation as well as indirect strategies such as coalition building and policy advocacy. We are licensed in Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, and Minnesota and with branch locations in Montana and Idaho. We offer several programs that can help you on your road towards financial stability:

  • Credit Builder
  • Debt Management
  • Financial Education
  • Financial Coaching
  • Loan Services
  • Tax Assistance
  • Financial Training
  • Policy & Coalition

Delta Airlines Bereavement Discount Program

Phone: (800) 221-1212

Established fares for immediate family members flying to funeral situation (imminent death situation covered by different program with Delta). Must give relation to passenger, name of funeral home, hospital or hospice and phone number, and name of doctor, if applicable.

Gallatin Legal Assistance Clinic

Phone: (406) 543-8343

The Gallatin Legal Assistance Clinic (GLAC) is an independent program organized by a group of Gallatin County volunteer legal professionals. GLAC provides free legal assistance to people with limited income who are representing themselves in family law legal matters. The legal assistance clinics take place on a regular schedule and are staffed by volunteer attorneys who provide their services at no cost to you or to GLAC. This is why GLAC services are only available to people who meet certain income requirements. People who wish to receive services of an attorney through GLAC must follow some steps first. Those steps will improve your chance of getting the help you need and from whom you need it. You will receive information about what you need to do after you make an appointment. GLAC is not a self-help legal service center. You should first visit the Gallatin County Self-Help Law Center to receive assistance in finding available resources, information or paperwork about your family law matter. See below p

Job Corps

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1407 Foster Creek Road
Anaconda, MT 59711

Phone: (406) 563-8700

Job Corps is a free education and training program that helps young people learn a career, earn a high school diploma or GED, and find and keep a good job. For eligible young people at least 16 years of age that qualify as low income, Job Corps provides the all-around skills needed to succeed in a career and in life. Job Corps Centers in Montana Anaconda, Kicking Horse, and Trapper Creek

Job Service Bozeman

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121 N Willson Ave.
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 582-9229

Fax: (406) 582-9210


Bozeman Job Service is designed to provide superior service to the employer and job seeker.

Hours of operation are 8 to 5 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and 9 to 5 on Tuesdays.

Our jobs are listed online. Job seekers can register on our database and manage their own job search or they can have mediated services provided by a Workforce Consultant.

Medical Advocacy Services (MASH) in Healthcare

Bozeman Health

915 Highland Blvd.
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 414-5595

Bozeman Health’s Medical Advocacy Services in Healthcare (MASH) program employs a patient-care advocate to assist uninsured patients whose medical bills exceed a certain amount. The MASH advocate may contact you if your hospital visit qualifies for assistance. Our goal is to match qualified patients with funding sources such as Medicaid, Social Security or other programs. Our financial assistance program can help patients who: • Have incomes at or below the Federal Poverty Level • Are uninsured with incomes under 250% of Federal Poverty Guidelines • Are insured and have family incomes above 250% of Federal Poverty Guidelines AND who meet other criteria.

Mexican Consulate Salt Lake City;

1380 S Main St
Salt Lake City, UT 84115-5336

Phone: (801) 521-8502


Montana Legal Services Association

Helena area

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616 Helena Ave St 100
Helena, MT 59601

Phone: (406) 442-9830 x4

Montana Legal Services Association (MLSA) is a law firm that empowers low-income people by providing legal information, advice, and other services free of charge. MLSA works both on individual cases and under a systemic approach to help low-income people escape domestic violence, keep their housing, preserve their public benefits, protect their finances, and more.

Montana Legal Services Helpline

Phone: (800) 666-6899

The HelpLine is an easy way to apply for MLSA services. MLSA gives free legal help to low-income people living in Montana. MLSA serves the entire state through many different kinds of programs and services. Our services are free. But you may have to pay court costs. Monday through Friday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Montana Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC)

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Phone: (800) 666-6899

Have you received a letter from the IRS? Don’t worry. Having a tax problem can be confusing but the MLSA Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC) may be able to help you. LITC helps clients deal with questions and problems with the Internal Revenue Service. Our services are free. LITC helps with: Negotiations or Settlements of Tax Debt Innocent Spouse Relief Requests Injured Spouse Claims Earned Income Tax Credit Appeals Audits or Examinations Deficiency Notices Tax Court Liens and Levies Referrals to Tax Assistance Organizations

Montana Migrant Council Office

3318 3rd Avenue N., Ste 100
Billings, MT 59101

Phone: (406) 248-3149

Fax: (406) 245-6636

Medical & Other Assistance for Farm Workers All clinics are open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Call 1-800-813-4492 to learn the locations and times of extended clinic hours, including Saturdays.

Reach Higher Montana

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40 West 6th Ave.
Helena, MT 59601

Phone: (406) 522-6189

Based in Helena, Reach Higher Montana is the public benefit partnership between Student Assistance Foundation (SAF) and the Montana Higher Education Student Assistance Corporation (MHESAC). The purpose of Reach Higher Montana is to guide, prepare and support Montana students in their efforts to reach their potential through higher education. Reach Higher Montana offers a range of programs that includes outreach and education finance planning. Toll free: (877) COLG4ME (265-4463) press1, then 2

Self-Help Law Program

615 South 16th Ave,
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 582-2158


Legal service kiosks are computers set up for access to free online legal help and forms. People who have questions can use the computer to link to a “live chat” with a staff member.

Single Parents Alliance of America

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Phone: (406) 586-7689

Welcome to The Single Parents Alliance of America. SPAOA is comprised of information, benefits, and savings for single parents across the United States, and is dedicated to the purpose of supplying information about financial planning, advice, articles, information, and other services that may be useful and beneficial to single parents. On behalf of its members, SPAOA aims to bring information about specialized benefits including but not limited to life benefits, medical benefits, discount membership benefits for important items such as groceries and clothing, as well as further education financial benefits. SPAOA is a unique forum for information and resources for single parents across America, as well as a place for members to interact and provide support and advice to each other throughout the site itself. SPAOA is a way for single parents to connect with one another, and to find information that may support and foster positivity. Membership for SPAOA is 100% free and confidential. Your SPAOA

West Yellowstone Job and Social Services Center

440 Yellowstone Ave.
West Yellowstone, MT 59758

Phone: (406) 646-7311

Fax: (406) 646-7311


The Job and Social Services Office provide a variety of services to both residents of and visitors to West Yellowstone. The office has resources to assist people with vital needs such as food, clothing, health care, and job referrals. Everyone is welcome to visit the office located in the Town Hall at 440 Yellowstone Avenue.

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