420 Grand Ave. | 406-255-0611
Domestic violence support and addiction recovery programs.
2123 2nd Ave. North | 406-248-2229
One-to-one mentoring for children and teens.
P.O. Box 31033 (zip 59107) | 406-647-0352
Motorcycle organization mentoring and empowering victims of child abuse.
2121 Rosebud Dr. | 406-652-3080
Assistance with employment, applications and resumes.
2021 4th Ave. North | 406-247-7943
Wide array of social services and referrals for American Indians.
3021 3rd Ave. North | 406-294-5090
Mental health services, foster youth services, addiction assessments and recovery support.
P.O. Box 310, Big Fork 59911 | 406-837-2247
Support and recruitment for foster care families, facilitating communication between churches, communities, and government.
2525 4th Ave. North #309 | 406-654-3120
24-hour Centralized Intake report hotline 866-820-5437
DPHHS child protection services, foster care, abuse and neglect investigations.
704 North 30th St. | 406-259-8800
Assistance for individuals in crisis, including mental health-related issues and chemical dependency.
109 1/2 South 32nd St. | 406-256-3002
YouthWorks for at-risk youth, GED/education assistance, and transitional living for women in crisis.
40 West 10th St. | 406-294-7432
Temporary shelter and meals for homeless families.
1824 1st Ave. North | 406-294-2269
Food boxes, clothing, household items, and emergency rental and utility assistance.
1002 10th St. West | 406-256-7783
Coaching for parents, 24-hour support hotline, supervised parent-child interactions and mental health intervention.
2520 5th Ave. South | 406-252-9799
Respite childcare, parenting classes and in-home mentoring.
3123 8th Ave. South | 406-259-5569
After-school and summer programs for youth, education classes and resources for adults.
100 Brookshire Blvd. #2 | 406-545-0504
Intensive wraparound family-based services, including therapy and in-home support.
7 North 31st St. | 406-247-4732
Group home for homeless, pregnant, or parenting mothers ages 18-21.
615 North 19th St. | 406-245-7233
Free preschool education for eligible low-income children.
2415 1st Ave. North | 406-245-6391
7 North 31st St. | 406-247-4732
Job training for youth and adults, supportive services, bus passes, gas vouchers, vehicle repair, utility assistance, and childcare scholarships for low-income families.
415 North 30th St. | 406-281-5071
Assistance with integrating Indian Education in Billings Public Schools and resources for students.
Mecca of resources and information for youth with special health care needs and their families.
1245 North 29th St. | 406-252-5658
Inpatient and outpatient mental health services, addiction assessments, and education services.
2173 Overland Ave. | 406-252-2839
Source of information on community resources, services, and assistance.
207 North Broadway, Suite 430 | 800-666-6899
Free legal aid for civil cases.
Men’s Shelter – 2822 Minnesota Ave. | 406-259-6079
Women’s Shelter – 2520 North 1st. Ave. | 406-259-3105
Shelter, food, clothing, showers, and counseling for homeless adults and children.
1500 University Dr., Liberal Arts Building, Room 210 | 406-657-2182
Resources for American Indian students considering or attending MSUB.
3333 2nd Ave., Suite 150 | 406-256-2001
Mental health advocacy and education.
P.O. Box 16153, Missoula 59808 | 844-252-4453
Independent and impartial state official tasked with investigating issues within DPHHS.
111 North 31st St. | 406-237-0520
Applications for SNAP, TANF, Medicaid, and Medicare.
Heights – 100 West Wicks Ln. | 406-869-5040
West End – 1844 Broadwater Ave., #4 | 406-656-9980
Health education and medical services on a sliding-fee scale based on income.
516 North 32nd St. | 406-255-0540
Network for families of children with disabilities and special needs.
1935 Ave. B | 406-318-9747
Weekly youth group providing safe space and time for high school-age LGBT students, friends, and allies.
1231 North 29th St. | 406-248-3175
Treatment for alcohol, drugs, gambling, and eating disorders.
123 South 27th St. | 406-247-3350
Healthcare, dental, and medication assistance for low-income and uninsured individuals.
711 Central Ave., Suite 220 | 406-252-2550
Wide array of supportive services for Native Americans, including the Transitional Recovery & Culture Project (TRAC) Project and the Tribal Prevention Initiative (TiPI).
2100 6th Ave. North | 406-245-4659
Food, shelter, and transportation assistance.
216 North 29th St. | 406-869-3531
Consultation, computer work spaces, literature and legal resources.
2610 Montana Ave. | 406-252-1855
Emergency rental and utility assistance, bus passes, and vouchers for food, clothing, gas, and household items.
505 North 24th St. | 406-259-2558
Services and life skills education for runaway, homeless, and at-risk youth and families.
1732 South 72nd St. West | 406-655-2100
Wide array of mental health treatment services and support for youth and families.
415 North 30th St. | 406-200-0559
Information on existing services in the Billings area and mental health crisis response for youth and families.
2334 Lewis Ave. | 406-245-6539
Variety of services for youth with mental health and behavioral needs. Provides parenting classes.
909 Wyoming Ave. | 406-252-6303
TEXT 406-702-0229 | 24-hour hotline 406-245-4472
Free services for victims of domestic and sexual violence, including shelter, and employment assistance.