Working with homeless families in Gallatin County to tailor individualized plans to help them take the necessary steps toward lasting independence. All Family Promise guest families receive:
• Overnight accommodations at a local congregation
• 3 meals a day
• Intensive case management
• Family Day Center/office with internet access, guest phone, laundry and showers
• Transportation assistance to school, work, etc.
• Social support from volunteers
• Linkage with needed social and educational services
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Providing crisis stabilization through 24-hour monitoring for those suffering from a mental health crisis, and a safe environment in a therapeutic setting. Individuals receive medication management through an on-site psychiatric nurse practitioner. In addition, individuals can receive individual, group, and family therapies, peer support, nursing, and case management. Hope House has eight voluntary crisis stabilization beds and three emergency detention beds. Entry into the facility is decided by the Crisis Response Therapists in conjunction with individual’s treatment team. The emergency detention beds occupants are ordered to the facility by the Gallatin County Attorney’s Office in conjunction with the Crisis Response Therapist. Hope House works with the Help Center to triage admissions into the facility.
Call the Help Center at (406) 586-3333 to discuss admission.
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.
• Client advocacy
• Legal advocacy
• Emergency shelter
• 24-hour crisis line
• Adult support group
• Children’s support group and community education
24-hour crisis line: (406) 586-4111
Office: (406) 586-7689
Managing more than 300 affordable housing units, they have developed rental properties that are close to grocery stores, schools, parks and public transportation; all affordable on a limited budget.
For tenant selection information and available housing listings, see http://www.thehrdc.org/housing/affordable-housing/
The HRDC’s homeownership center, providing homebuyer’s education, pre-purchase counseling, down-payment assistance, access to low-interest mortgages, post-purchase and foreclosure prevention counseling, and other services to assist households in achieving and sustaining homeownership in Gallatin, Park, and Meagher counties.
A locally run affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization. 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.