Cancer Support & Resources
Providing comprehensive cancer care services using the latest cancer technologies and treatment options. Fully accredited with commendation by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer.
Location: 931 Highland Boulevard, Suite 3130 in Bozeman
At Livingston HealthCare they strive to provide the services you need—close to home. Working in conjunction with Billings Clinic oncologists, their primary care providers are able to provide care and treatment to cancer patients locally. Visiting oncologists are available to see patients on a scheduled basis three times a month.
Location: 504 S. 13th St in Livingston
Funding for screening mammograms for under-insured women or women without insurance with the goal of making this lifesaving detection procedure available to all women.
Location: Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital
915 Highland Boulevard, Suite 3130 in Bozeman
Offering educational sessions, support groups, and activities to ensure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and sustained by community.
Location: 102 South 11th Ave. in Bozeman
Phone: (406) 582-1600
For One Another Family Camp
A fun summer camp held each year for families who have a member diagnosed with cancer, run through the Cancer Support Community.
Location: 102 South 11th Ave., Bozeman
Phone: (406) 582-1600
Three different summer camps and one family ski weekend designed for young people with cancer and their families all tailored to campers’ ages and medical requirements. The Big Sky Kids experience features Montana outdoor adventures like white-water rafting, horseback riding, fly-fishing, ziplining, and touring the wonders of Yellowstone National Park. The camps create a sense of normalcy where campers and families can share their stories in a natural and pressure-free environment.
Location: 6901 Goldenstein Lane in Bozeman
Phone: (406) 586-1781
Chicks N Chaps teaches women how to rope, ride, and have a great time, all while raising money for breast cancer fighters and survivors. 100% of the funds raised at each Women’s Rodeo Clinics goes to local community members in Park, Sweet Grass, and Meagher counties suffering from the financial, physical, and emotional burdens of breast cancer. Potential recipients will be asked to fill out a simple application to apply for funds to help pay for treatment, travel costs, and other associated expenses.
The Sweet Grass Cancer Alliance was formed to support individuals in our community undergoing treatment for cancer. The group’s goals include raising money, providing financial assistance, increasing access to resources, and creating a supportive environment. If you or someone you know is going through cancer treatment and needs financial assistance, help is available. Applications for financial assistance are available by contacting:
Linda Larson at 932-4219