Area Services

Big Sky Resource Guide!

We are fortunate in Big Sky to be supported by a network of services that have been working together for years. By working collaboratively, non-profit organizations support our community in rich and meaningful ways, providing wrap-around services so that no one is left behind.  Please call us to talk about your specific circumstance and we will work to connect you with appropriate help.

Social Services in Big Sky
Other Area Food Banks
Gallatin Valley Resources
Social Services in Big Sky

  • Healthcare Connections – Mobile Health Screening
  • WIA – COMMUNITY COUNSELING PROGRAM Big Sky: (406) 570-3907
  • WIA – SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM Bozeman: (406) 586-5493
    • Big Sky counselor directly: (406) 580-6012
  • THRIVE – Parent and School resources
  • English Classes – at Big Sky Discovery Academy, all languages welcome
  • Big Sky Community Housing Trust  – Home-ownership classes, Down Payment Assistance programming, Community Housing Projects (pending)
  • Skyline Bus – Free transportation around Big Sky
  • Other Health and Wellness Big Sky Community Services

Other Area Food Banks


The Headwaters Area Food Bank serves the Three Forks and outlying area communities.

12 East Cedar Street
Three Forks, MT 59752

Food Box Distribution Hours are:
1pm – 4pm Tuesdays and 3pm – 7pm Wednesdays (closed Holidays)


The Livingston Food Pantry serves the Livingston and outlying area communities.

112 North M Street
Livingston, MT 59047

Food Box Distribution Hours are:
Food Boxes and perishables available Tuesdays and Thursdays 1pm – 5pm.

Fork & Spoon – Formerly THE COMMUNITY CAFE

Serving meals from 5pm-7pm 6 nights of the week
302 N. 7th Avenue
Bozeman, MT 59718


The Job and Social Services Office provide a variety of services to both residents of and visitors to West Yellowstone. The office has resources to assist people with vital needs such as food, clothing, health care, and job referrals. Everyone is welcome to visit the office located in the Town Hall at 440 Yellowstone Avenue.


Gallatin Valley Resources

HRDC is a non-profit community action agency dedicated to strengthening the community through innovation and leadership in the areas of: Housing, Food & Nutrition, Child & Youth Development, Senior Empowerment, Community Transportation, Home Heating – Energy – Safety, and Community Development

32 S. Tracy Avenue Bozeman, MT 59715

Family Promise of Gallatin Valley is a non-profit network of diverse faith organizations working together to help Gallatin Valley’s homeless families with children. For more information contact them at:

209 S Tracy Avenue Bozeman, MT 59715 582-7388

The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services offers assistance through the Office of Public Assistance in Gallatin and Park Counties. The mission is to improve and protect the health, well-being, and self-reliance of all Montanans. OPA offers, food stamp assistance, medicaid, TANF, child support enforcement to name just a few For more information contact OPA at:

237 West Main Bozeman MT 59715 (406) 582-3010
220 East Park Livingston MT 59047 (406) 222-8000

Health Centers focus on wellness and early prevention, the keys to cost. Community Health Parnters provide more than just treatment for illness or episodic conditions. They offer comprehensive, “one-stop” services and a “health care home” for patients in their communities. To ensure that income or lack of insurance is not a barrier to care, patients who are not covered by public or private insurance are charged on a sliding fee scale according to income. For more information contact CHP at:

Community Health Partners 126 South Main Street – Livingston (406) 222-1111

Gallatin Community Clinic 214 East Mendenhall Street – Bozeman (406) 585-1360

Bozeman Job Service is designed to provide superior service to the employer and job seeker. All of the jobs we have listed are available on-line. Employers can choose to enter their own information, or have one of our professional staff do it for them. Job Seekers can register on our database and manage their own job search or they can have mediated services provided by an employment consultant. For more information contact them at:

121 North Willson Bozeman, MT 59715
Phone: (406) 582-9200

24-hour crisis counseling hotline, information and referral. The Help Center offers 211 info line and Suicide outreach. All services are free, confidential and anonymous. Counseling for survivors of suicide as well as group. Some counseling services are available for individuals, couples and families without resources. For more information contact them at:

421 East Peach Bozeman, MT 59715

Child Care Connections assist parents who are looking for quality and affordable child care. Child Care Connections offers a wide variety of programs and services for families and child care professionals. For more information contact them at: 317 East Mendenhall, Suite C. Bozeman, MT 59715 587-7786 Salvation Army Web site under development Ongoing programs and services for families in crisis. Emergency welfare aid which could include lodging, meals, clothing or gasoline. For more information contact them at:
203 32 South Rouse Bozeman, MT 59715

Love INC mobilizes partner churches and their volunteers to find effective ways to serve individuals and families who find themselves in difficult circumstances and who need a helping hand. Serving individuals and households in Gallatin County, Montana, Love INC is a Christian, faith-based, non-profit organization designed to connect the human, material and spiritual resources of dozens of local congregations with individuals and families struggling in difficult circumstances. To request assistance or learn more about what is available contact them at No office Appointments are available all requests are made via phone – 587-3008

HAVEN offers 24-hour emergency assistance, temporary shelter, legal assistance and advocacy, support and education for battered women and their children. HAVEN offers community education and referrals for those who batter. They can also assist with information and referrals for temporary restraining orders. For more information contact them at:
PO Box 752 Bozeman, MT 59715
586-4111 – Crisis Line
586-7689 – Business Office

The mission of Thrive is to encourage healthy family development through community awareness, parent education and support to children and families. For more information contact them at:
400 East Babcock Street Bozeman, MT 59715
(406) 587-3840

GENERAL RESOURCE INFORMATION 2-1-1 2-1-1 offers assistance with general information and referrals as well as assistance for persons in crisis. Call 586-3333 or visit their web site at: www.montana211

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