Urban Resources

Angela’s Piazza

420 Grand Ave. | 406-255-0611

Domestic violence support, addiction recovery programs, support groups and education classes, with free on-site childcare.

Bureau of Indian Affairs

2021 4th Ave. North | 406-247-7943

Wide array of social services and referrals for American Indians.

Crow Nation Transit

317 Heritage Rd., Crow Agency | 406-638-2430

Public transportation for Big Horn County and Crow Reservation within approximately a 75-mile radius of Crow Agency, connecting the towns and communities that include Hardin, Lodge Grass, Pryor and Wyola.


7 North 31st St. | 406-247-4732

Job training for youth and adults, summer youth employment opportunities, supportive services, bus passes, gas vouchers, vehicle repair, utility assistance, and childcare scholarships for low-income families.

Indian Education for All

415 North 30th St. | 406-670-4906 (Grades K-5) | 406-281-5121 (Grades 6-12)

Assistance with integrating Indian Education in Billings Public Schools and resources for students.

Indian Parent Advisory Committee (IPAC)


Rotating monthly Family Nights at Billings schools, where dinner is provided and all are welcome.

MSUB American Indian Outreach Office

1500 University Dr., Liberal Arts Building, Room 210 | 406-657-2182

Resources for American Indian students considering or attending MSUB.

Native American Development Corporation

17 North 26th St. | 406-259-3804

A hub for American Indian businesses, providing technical assistance and financial lending opportunities, while championing small businesses and tribes.

Riverstone Health School Clinics

Medicine Crow Middle School | 900 Barrett Rd. | 406-281-8600

Orchard Elementary School | 120 Jackson St. | 406-281-6216

Well-child exams with immunizations, school and sports physicals, urgent care, behavioral health counseling, and assistance with health insurance options.

Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council

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).

Volunteers of America, Northern Rockies

1876 South Sheridan Ave., Sheridan, WY | 307-672-0475 | 866-843-0351

Offering the White Bison-certified Native American Cultural Enhancement Program, a high intensity, long-term residential treatment program for those struggling with substance dependence or gambling addiction.

Western Native Voice

220 South 27th St., Suite C | 406-869-1938

Promoting community-based responses to advance racial, gender, class, social, economic, and environmental justice.