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Food Assistance Hours

Monday-Thursday 1:00pm-4:00pm
Tuesday Evening 5:00pm-7:00pm
Friday 9:00am-12:00pm

Donation & Office Hours

Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm

Donation Hours

Monday-Thursday 9:00am-4:00pm
Friday 9:00am-12:00pm

Community Resources

Note: This page is currently being updated. For assistance, please call 406-587-4486.

Gallatin Valley Food Bank is a program of HRDC. 

HRDC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit Community Action Agency dedicated to building a better community. HRDC serves and supports over 11,000 individuals yearly, and this number continues to grow quickly with our increasing population, and with it, the cost of living. Our goal is to impact our community in positive ways that allows anyone to move out of challenge and crisis into a state of thriving. By offering wrap-around services that address our community needs of housing, food and nutrition, childcare and transportation, we are able to support a wide range of needs and individuals in all three counties we serve.

Community Resources

  • HRDC Housing Services
    • Includes seeking housing services, Section 8 support, housing navigation, and home ownership trainings. 
    • Call 406.587.4486 or visit 32 S. Tracy Ave Bozeman
  • MT Emergency Rental Assistance Program (aka MERA / ERAP)
    • Rental assistance program launched by the State of Montana in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
    • HRDC can assist with this application process.
    • Call 406.587.4486 or visit 32 S. Tracy Ave Bozeman
  • Homeowner Assistance Fund
    • Provides financial assistance to homeowners who have experienced financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
    • Call 406.841.2840 (option 2)
  • LIEAP (Low Income Energy Assistance Program)
    • Helps eligible renters and homeowners during the winter months by paying a portion of their winter heating cost (October-April.)
    • Call 406.585.4860 or visit 32 S. Tracy, Bozeman
  • Energy Share
    • A zero percent interest loan to households who are either without or soon to be without heat. Available if you have received a shut-off notice, are experiencing an inability to obtain heat or power due to a past bill or non-functioning furnace, or damages that affect the ability to heat the home.
    • Call 406.585.4860 or visit 32 S. Tracy, Bozeman
  • HRDC’s Warming Center/Day Center Bozeman Location
    • A safe, warm shelter for individuals and families experiencing homelessness. Services include showers, laundry, personal storage, computer access, cell phone charging stations, Housing First Case Management, and Housing Navigation.

    • Call 406.556.1123 or visit 2015 Wheat Drive, Bozeman
  • HRDC’s Livingston Warming Center
    • Our Livingston Warming Center offers seasonal shelter to anyone in need, including families with children, single adults, and couples. The space provides each individual or group with separate sleeping areas. Trained staff and volunteers are on-site at all times during operating hours.
    • Call 406.333.2537 or visit 121 S Second St Livingston 
  • Haven
    • Provides a confidential and safe house for victims of sexual and domestic violence. Also helps with crisis intervention, on-going support, education, and legal advocacy.

    • Call 406.586.7689 or 406.586.4111 (Emergencies) or use the chat feature on their website to get connected to help
  • Family Promise
    • Bozeman Overnight accommodations and shelter for families with dependent children who are homeless.

    • Call 406.582.7388 or visit 1603 Tschache Lane, Bozeman

  • Community Health Partners
    • Medical, dental, behavioral health and pharmaceutical services. Sliding scale payment system for services is in use, and referrals to specialists will also follow the sliding scale basis. Serving Livingston, Bozeman, and Belgrade
    • Belgrade Clinic: 406.924.5754 
    • Bozeman Clinic: 406.585.1360
    • Livingston Clinic: 406.222.1111
  • Bridgercare
    • Excellent, affordable reproductive and sexual healthcare and education in a safe environment. Fees are based on patient income and patients with and without insurance are welcome to visit.
    • Call 406.587.0681 or visit 1288 N 14th Ave #201, Bozeman
  • Gallatin City-County Health Department
    • Resources include environmental health, immunizations, WIC nutrition services, emergency preparedness, and preventative cancer screenings, among others.
    • Call 406.582.3100 or visit 215 W. Mendenhall Street, Bozeman
  • Providence Mental Health
    • Their approach is geared toward alleviating the harmful effects of traumatic experiences and providing a foundation for healthy families and individuals. Providence Mental Health promotes a
      culture of safety, empowerment, and healing through trauma-informed care.
    • Call 406.579.4984 or visit 2246 Boot Hill Court STE 4 Bozeman
  • HRDC Senior Services
    • Supports the well-being, independence and dignity of older adults (60+) by providing mental health services and connecting older adults to community resources.
    • Call 406.587.5444 or visit 300 N. Willson, Ste 3008 Bozeman
  • HRDC’s Early Childhood Education
    • Free preschool program for children ages 3-5 years old. Eligibility is based on income, needs of the child, and family situation. Head Start operates during the school year.
    • Call 406.586.9652 or visit 33 S. Tracy Ave, Bozeman
  • Childcare Connections
    • Childcare resources and referral agency that administers the Best Beginnings Scholarship to make childcare affordable and available to working families.
    • Call 406.587.7786 or visit 1143 Stoneridge Dr. Suite 1 Bozeman
  • Thrive
    • Encourages healthy family and child development through community awareness, parent education, and support to children & families ensuring positive outcomes for children. Resources for ages 0-18.
    • Call 406.587.3840 or visit 407 S Ferguson Ave, Bozeman
  • Rising Stars Early Learning Center
    • Early Learning childcare center for children ages 4 weeks to 5 years old with scholarships available for families that are unable to pay full tuition.
    • Call 406.209.8498 or visit 1603 Tschache Lane, Bozeman
  • HRDC’s Financial Development Program
    • Our programming is for all ages, focusing on your path to discovering and maintaining financial and job security.
    • Call 406.585.4878 or visit 32 S. Tracy Ave Bozeman
  • Bozeman Job Service
    • Employment listings, job matching and training, Veteran resources, and counseling. The Job Service also provides computers, phone, fax, copying and printing services for employment searches.
    • Call 406.582.9200 or visit 121 N. Willson Avenue, Bozeman
  • Adult Learning Center
    • A service of Bozeman Public Schools, the ALC provides assistance in HI-SET preparation (formerly the GED) as well as resume skills, job search help, and basic adult education.
    • Call 406.522.6096 or visit 404 W. Main Street, Room 228, Bozeman
  • Streamline Bus
    • FARE FREE transit program serving Bozeman with service to Belgrade and Livingston.
    • Call 406.587.2434
  • Galavan
    • Door-to-door transportation for senior citizens and people with disabilities. Call at least 24 hours in advance to schedule a ride. $1 donation is requested, but not required for use.
    • Call 406.587.2434
  • Skyline
    • Big Sky’s public transit service that provides the link between Bozeman and Big Sky. Offers year-round service through the Gallatin Canyon.
    • Call 406.995.6287
  • HELP Center
    • A 24-hour crisis hotline, as well as Bozeman’s 211 information line
    • Call 406.586.3333 or 211
  • Love INC.
    • Service for residents of Gallatin County who need clothing, food, budgeting assistance, car repairs, home repairs, transportation, and family help. Also available is the Care Pantry, Linen Closet, and Clothes Closet.
    • Call 406.587.3008
  • Salvation Army
    • Veteran and homeless assistance available.
    • Call 406.586.5813 or visit 32 S. Rouse Avenue, Bozeman
  • Greater Impact
    • A non-profit designed to serve the community of Bozeman and, specifically, help families stay in their homes, cars, and jobs.
    • Call 406.539.2260