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.


HRDC

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)

406-281-5061

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.