Art Installation to Normalize Breastfeeding Around Bozeman

Public unveiling of Bozeman Breastfeeds photos will celebrate local breastfeeding families. Montana ranks first in the nation for the rate of exclusive breastfeeding at the ages of three and six months, a wonderful success! However, there is more work to do. A stigma still exists around breastfeeding in public, which can be uncomfortable for new […]

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Meet Gallatin City-County Health Department’s Public Health Nurse, Daniela Lopez-Morales de Hauck

March 14, 2018 | Community Resources, Happenings

In celebration of Women’s History Month, meet some of the amazing women working hard to ensure the health and welfare of our community. How long have you been in this field? I have worked at the health department for 3 years mainly in the immunization/communicable diseases program. I mainly work with the immunizations part of this […]

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Gallatin County Community Health Discussions

Gallatin City-County Health Department, Bozeman Health, and Community Health Partners invite community members to participate in a conversation about the health of their communities and Gallatin County. Throughout the past few months, more than 400 residents were asked about their health during a telephone survey. Next week, results of this community health assessment will be […]

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Stay Safe This New Year’s Eve

New Year’s can mean a lot of different things for people in Gallatin County: a fresh new start, a chance for new adventures or to meet new people, a beginning of a New Year’s resolution…all great reasons to celebrate! We’ve compiled a list of great safety tips to follow on New Year’s Eve, no matter your […]

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WIC Farmer of the Week is here!

August 11, 2015 | Food, Happenings, Recipes

Summertime farmer’s markets are in full swing, which means fresh fruits and veggies galore! Healthy Gallatin WIC has partnered with several local farmers and will have a ‘Farmer of the Week’ throughout August and September. Farmers will be accepting WIC checks, so this is a great opportunity to buy fresh and local produce for you […]

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Gallatin City-County Health Department Receives National Accreditation!

May 20, 2015 | Happenings

On May 13th, 2015, Gallatin City-County Health Department became one of 75 health departments in the country to be accredited by the Public Health Accreditation Board. The department has been working toward accreditation for over three years. Some of the major requirements for health department accreditation include a Community Health Assessment, Community Health Improvement Plan, […]

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Holiday Happenings in Gallatin County

November 18, 2014 | Happenings, Kids & Families, Recreation

‘Tis the Season in Gallatin County Curious about what’s going on in Gallatin County this holiday season? There are plenty of events for people of all ages! And best of all, some of them are free! Get your hats, scarves, and mittens ready and keep reading to find out what’s going on! Huffing for Stuffing […]

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Free Latex Paint Event

Saturday June 29, 2014 Gallatin County Fairgrounds Parking Lot   BRING PAINT 9am – noon Donate usable latex paint Never frozen No mold when stirred, no persistent lumps or flakes Maximum 10 gallons No paint accepted after 12 noon   PICK UP FREE PAINT 9am until its gone or 4pm Coordinator: Jenny Martin Please leave […]

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Free Thanksgiving Meals in Gallatin Valley

Many organizations around the Gallatin Valley are excited to offer free meals to those in need of a hot Thanksgiving meal and some friendly company this November. Below is a list of where to find free Thanksgiving meals in Bozeman and Belgrade:   Gallatin Valley Food Bank The GVFB will provide families a box of […]

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Bozeman Police Department Happenings

September 13, 2013 | General, Happenings

The Bozeman Police Department is hosting a Community Safety Series which will be held at the Bozeman Public Library Large Community Room September 25, October 2 & 9 at 6:00 p.m.  Topics that will be presented are as follows:   9/25 – Dangerous Drug Identification and Their Use:  Lieutenant Jake Wagner, supervisor of the Missouri […]

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