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American Legion-Bozeman

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225 E. Main St.
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 586-8400


Raises funds for veterans' welfare, youth guidance homes, burn victims, and veterans in school. Provides gifts and financial donations to VA hospitals in Helena and Sheridan, WY. Visits veterans and families in ECF and rest homes.

Hours of Operation:
Monthly meetings - 2nd Thursday of the month at 6:30 P.M.

Mighty Oaks Warrior

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The Mighty Oaks Warrior journey begins with an intensive peer-based program for men, women, and couples. Through instructional sessions, camaraderie, and team building activities, our programs teach Warriors to overcome the past experience and move forward into a life of purpose.

Montana Veteran's Affairs

Montana DPHHS

Phone: (406) 324-3740


Montana Veterans Affair Information Provided By: Montana Department Of Public Health & Human Services Provide assistance to veterans and their families. Compensation, Pension, Education, Vocational Rehabilitation, Government Life Insurance, Burial and Death benefiBenefitscal Treatment.

VA Service Offices

Belgrade: (406) 388-4601
Billings: (406) 248-8579
Butte: (406) 533-0910
Great Falls: (406) 452-2265
Havre: (406) 265-4225
Helena: (406) 495-2082
Kalispell: (406) 755-3795
Lewistown: (406) 538-3174
Miles City: (406) 232-1203
Missoula: (406) 542-2501

MT Blind Veterans Association

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Phone: (406) 447-7565

Low Vision Clinic

We work with non-VA Low Vision eye doctors for comprehensive eye examinations - no longer provided at Fort Harrison. VA has long been recognized as a leader in blind rehabilitation both in the United States and abroad. The Fort Harrison VA Medical Center and VA Medical Centers in Denver and Salt Lake City were selected to provide expanded services to visually impaired Veterans. The Fort Harrison VA Low Vision Clinic has been seeing Veterans, who are not only legally blind, but also those with low vision or functional vision loss. We care for Veterans who have a visual impairment that cannot be corrected with ordinary glasses, contact lenses or surgery. Most often, these people report having a disease process called macular degeneration, glaucoma, or diabetic retinopathy. Typically, patients come to our clinic reporting that they have difficulty performing a visual task such as reading the newspaper, identifying medications, or viewing television.

Network of Care for Veterans & Families

Montana DPHHS

The Montana Network of Care for Service Members, Veterans, and their Families (SMVF) is a one-stop-shop for services, information, support, advocacy, resources, and more. This public service is an attempt to bring critical information together for all components of the SMVF Community. This comprehensive resource connection is also a valuable tool for Montana as a whole. We feel that bringing information and resources to this website will allow the non-SMVF population to understand how best to support the SMVF population. Further, this website provides an opportunity to help Montanans become more aware of the military cultural challenges that exist, and to focus on being more relational in their ability to support the SMVF Community. Please take the time to become familiar with the site, share it with others in your peer network, and come back often to see what is new. Warrior Strong, Montana Strong!

VA Bozeman Clinic

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300 N. Willson, Suite 703G
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone: (406) 582-5300

Fax: (406) 582-5399

VA Inspector General Hotline and Services

Phone: (800) 488-8244

If you need advice on where to go or who to see about a possible sexual harassment or discrimination complaint, then you should know about the Inspectors General. IG's are an extension of the eyes, ears, and conscience of their commanders. They are also responsible for investigating complaints that come from outside the chain of command. This provides military members, civilian members, and their dependents a channel to present complaints or get advice on a subject that might constitute a complaint.

VA Medical Center and Ambulatory Care Clinic

3687 Veterans Drive
Fort Harrison, MT 59636

Phone: (877) 468-8387

Veteran Benefits Explained

Phone: (800) 827-1000

In addition to the pensions and benefits to which you may be entitled because of both public and private employment, you may also be eligible for certain benefits based on your military service. The following is a summary of veteran's benefits and what you need to know about them: Major Veteran Benefit Programs PTSD Support Important Documents Eligibility Application Related Links.

Veteran's Health Care Overview

Phone: (877) 222-8387

You have made many sacrifices as a Veteran, but just because you leave active-duty does not mean that you lose all of your health benefits. But what exactly are you qualified for? Do you need help with an old injury, rehabilitation, or alcohol/drug dependence counseling? The following is a summary of what you need to know about your health care: Overview and Health Programs Veteran's Health Care Eligibility Related Links.

Veterans Crisis Line

Phone: (800) 273-8255 x1

The Veterans Crisis Line connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text. Veterans and their loved ones can call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, chat online, or send a text message to 838255 to receive confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Support for deaf and hard of hearing individuals is available.

Vietnam Veterans of America Southwest Montana Chapter 788

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PO Box 7226
Bozeman, MT 59771


The Southwest Montana Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 788 meets monthly at the American Legion on Main Street in Bozeman on the first Tuesday of each month at 6:00 pm. Our goals are to promote and support the full range of issues important to Vietnam veterans, to create a new identity for this generation of veterans, and to change public perception of Vietnam Veterans. Membership is open to U.S. armed forces veterans who served on active duty (for other than training purposes) in the Republic of Vietnam between February 28, 1961, and May 7, 1975, or in any duty location between August 5, 1964, and May 7, 1975.

Warriors & Quiet Waters Foundation

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1087 Stoneridge Dr., Ste. 1
Bozeman, MT 59718

Phone: (406) 585-9793


Warriors and Quiet Waters (WQW) celebrated the official close of the Foundation’s first-ever Capital Campaign in June, 2016! The ‘Home for Healing’ campaign, which began a quiet phase in 2014, has made it possible for WQW to purchase a home of its own – eliminating the dependence upon the costly and unpredictable vacation rental market. Located near the base of the Bridger Mountain Range, the 112 peaceful acres that comprise Quiet Waters Ranch offer a serene respite for warriors seeking for a place to recharge. After undergoing ADA-accessible renovations, Barnard Lodge (the main home at Quiet Waters Ranch) guarantees every program participant an experience devoid of physical barriers in which to promote healing and resilience throughout participation in a therapeutic Fishing Experience.