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  • Children & Family
  • Disability
  • Education & Employment
  • Law Enforcement
  • Medical & Dental Services
  • Mental Health Services
  • Housing & Shelter
  • Senior Services
  • Veteran Resources
  • Victim Assistance Services


Children & Family Resources

Angela’s Piazza
Phone: (406) 255-0611
Location: 420 Grand Ave, Billings, MT 59101
Services: Angela’s Piazza is a welcoming, accepting place where women come to learn safer, better lives free from addictions and violence. They do so by discovering self-confidence, courage, and hope through domestic violence programs and programs that encourage spiritual and emotional healing. Angela’s Piazza offers support groups, classes on parenting and healthy relationships, and assists with supervised visitation.

Big Brothers and Sisters of Yellowstone County
Phone: (406) 248-2229
Location: 2139 Broadwater Ave Unit A, Billings, MT 59102
Services: Big Brothers Big Sisters helps children by adding another positive adult to their lives in the form of a mentor. They make meaningful, professionally supported matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 5 through young adults, throughout Yellowstone County. BBSYS develops positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people.

Family Service, Inc.
Phone: (406) 259-2269
Location: 3927-3931 1st Ave. S. Billings, MT 59101
Services: Family Service supports struggling families and seniors with vital essentials like food, clothing, rent, and utilities. They also provide support through education assistance for better employment and many other special projects like holiday meal boxes and back-to-school backpacks.

Family Support Network
Phone: (406) 256-7783
Location: 1002 10th Street West Suite 1, Billings, MT 59102
Services: The Family Support Network offers programs promoting the development of healthy parent-child interactions to interrupt the multi-generational cycle of abuse, neglect, hopelessness, poverty, and drug abuse. Services include supervised visits, home visits, nurturing parenting classes, and co-parenting classes.

Family Tree Center
Phone: (406) 252-9799
Location: 2520 5th Avenue South, Billings, MT, 59101-4342
Services: The Family Tree Center provides respite childcare, nurturing parent education classes, in-home mentoring for parents, and a virtual parent connect group.

Planned Parenthood of Billings
Phone: (406) 656-9980
Location: 1844 Broadwater #4 Billings, MT 59102
Services: Planned Parenthood is one of the nation’s leading providers of high-quality, affordable health care, and the nation’s largest provider of sex education. You can access their health care with or without insurance. Services include: birth control education and supplies; emergency contraception (AKA the morning after pill); pregnancy testing and counseling; STD testing, and testing and treatments for urinary tract infections.

Salvation Army
Phone: (406) 281-7480
Location: 2100 6th Ave N, Billings, MT 59101
Services: The Salvation Army offers various forms of assistance, including clothing, hot meal delivery, and after school youth groups.

Saint Vincent De Paul Society
Phone: (406) 252-1855
Location: 3005 1st Ave S, Billings, MT 59101
Services: Provides assistance that varies with individual client need. Services include clothing, furniture, utility and rent assistance.

Tumbleweed Runaway Program, Inc.
Phone: (406) 259-2558
24-Hour Crisis Line: 1-888-816-4702
Location: 505 N 24th St, Billings MT, 59101
Services: The Tumbleweed Program provides services to runaway, homeless, and vulnerable youth and their families. Tumbleweed’s crisis counseling and youth services are available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

Young Families Early Head Start Program
Phone: (406) 259-2007
Location: 1020 Cook Avenue, Billings, MT 59102
Services: Young Families is an Early Head Start program that serves primarily teen and low-income families with children birth to three years of age, pregnant women, and infants and toddlers with special needs. YFEHS offers child development classes, parent education classes, family support services, prenatal education classes, child health tracking, prenatal tracking, opportunities for parent leadership, and high quality, no cost child care.

Law Enforcement

Billings Police Department
Address: 220 North 27th Street, Billings, MT 59101
Phone: Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergency: (406) 657-8200
Services: Provides law enforcement for primarily Billings city residents.

Bureau of Indian Affairs
Address: 316 North 26th, Billings, MT 59101
Phone: Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergency (406) 247-9343
Services: Provides law enforcement for residents of the Crow Indian Reservation in Yellowstone County.

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Address: 2929 3rd Avenue North, Suite 205, Billings, MT 59101
Phone: (406) 248-8487 or (801) 355-7521
Services: Investigations of Federal violations that are not handled through the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Yellowstone County Sheriff’s Office
Address: 219 N. 26th Street, Billings, MT 59107
Phone: Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergency: (406) 256-2929
Services: Provides law enforcement for residents of Yellowstone County with primary responsibility to citizens living outside incorporated cities of Laurel and Billings and excluding the Crow Indian Reservation.

Disability Services

Living Independently For Today and Tomorrow (LIFTT)
Phone: (406) 259-5181
Location: 1201 Grand Avenue, Suite #1, Billings, MT 59102
Services: LIFTT empowers consumers to live independent lives in their own homes and communities. They assist consumers in everything from applying for social security benefits and finding affordable and accessible housing, to navigating public transportation systems, and self-directing their in-home caregiving.

Education Resources

Adult Education Center
Phone: (406) 281-5005
Location: 415 N. 30th Street, Billings, MT 59101
Services: The Billings Adult Education Center offers free classes in HiSET (formerly GED), College Prep, Employment Skills, and ESL (English as a second language). Their Community Education program includes affordable classes for career advancement (computer skills, writing, etc.), personal enrichment (arts, languages, fitness, etc.), and certificate and preparation programs in business and medical fields.

Employment Resources

COR Enterprises and Career Guidance Center
Phone: (406) 248-9115
Location: 2121 Lampman Dr., Billings, MT  59102
Services: Provides vocational opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities in Billings and surrounding communities. To receive services from COR Enterprises and / or CGC,   individuals must be eligible through a public agency (i.e. Department of Public Health and Human Services, Vocational Rehabilitation  program, etc.) or receive private funding.

Job Connection
Phone: (406) 245-6323
Location: 2070 Overland Avenue, Suite 101, Billings, Montana 59102
Services: Job Connection contracts with various government agencies to provide job placement, job training, and supported living services. They also offer a variety of classes, including Bridges to Employment, Driver’s Education, Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT), Anger Moral Reconation Therapy (AMRT), and Cooking Classes.

Job Corps
Phone: (406) 259-2322
Location: 2121 Rosebud Drive Unite B, Billings, MT 59102
Services: Job Corps is the largest Free residential education and job training program for young adults ages 16–24. Job Corps offers hands-on career technical training in high-growth industries and can also help you get a GED or high school diploma if you don’t already have one.

Phone: (406) 252-8989
Location: 2024 4th Ave. N., Billings, MT  59101
Services: PeopleReady helps place people in a wide variety of industries. They have jobs available to help you earn more money, develop new skills and build relationships with potential employers.

Rural Employment Opportunities, Inc
Phone: (307) 871-5977
Services: Rural Employment Opportunities (REO) provides outreach and services in all of Montana’s 56 counties to more than 400 adults and 900 children each year as they struggle to support themselves and their families. Through REO, Montana’s agricultural workers have access to educational programs to complete their high school credentials, children’s educational programs,  job training, and college certificates or degrees.  These opportunities lead to full-time employment, improved family income, and greater economic security. To apply: Please send resume, cover letter, and 3 current professional references to the REO Administration office – email:

Housing and Shelter Resources

HomeFront (Formerly the Housing Authority of Billings)
Phone: (406) 245-6391
Location: 2415 1st Avenue North Billings, MT 59101
Services: HomeFront creates a path to self-sufficiency and homeownership for families and individuals with moderate and lower incomes. They provide assistance with housing applications and housing choice vouchers.

Montana Rescue Mission
Phone: Support Services: (406) 259-3800, Shelter: (406) 259-6079, and Bargain Center: (406) 652-7340.
Location: 2822 Minnesota Ave., Billings, MT 59101
Services: The Montana Rescue Mission provides meals and emergency temporary shelter for the homeless. Also available are clothing, chapel services (on Sundays pick-up service available), showers, haircuts, emergency transportation, counseling, emergency medical care, advocacy and referrals.

Medical/Dental Services

Billings Clinic
Phone: (406) 238-2500
24 Hour Health Line/Support Group: (406) 255-8400
Location: 2800 10th Avenue North, Billings, MT 59107
Services: A major facility offering a full range of medical and psychiatric services.

Riverstone Health
Phone: (406) 247-3200 or (406) 247-3350
Location: 123 South 27 Street, Ste. A, Billings, MT 59101
Services: General family medical, dental, and prenatal care; education, support and referrals; immunizations; STD testing and counseling; Nursing, nutrition, and social services; Well-Baby Clinic and immunizations.
Cost: Sliding fee scale for low-income patients with proof of income, accepts Medicaid, Medicare and private insurance.

Riverstone Health – Healthcare for the Homeless
Phone: (406) 651-6560
Location: 2424 1st Ave. North, Billings, MT 59101
Services: Provides medical services for people experiencing homelessness and connects them to the care they need. Healthcare for the Homeless typically serves homeless adults and families who stay in emergency shelters, sleep in makeshift shelters or on the streets, in hotels, temporarily live with friends or family members, eat in soup kitchens or visit drop-in centers. We also connect individuals to services such as other specialty care, housing, food, and clothing through local service agencies.

Saint Vincent Hospital and Health Center
(406) 237-7000
Location: 1233 N 30th St Billings, MT 59101
Services: A Catholic healthcare provider offering a full range of medical services.

Mental Health Services

Mental Health Center
(406) 252-5658 or (800) 266-7198
Location: 2125 8th Ave. N., Billings, MT 59101
Services: The Mental Health Center has over 90 qualified psychiatrists, therapists, nurses, substance abuse counselors, case managers, and support staff who offer comprehensive mental health and substance abuse evaluation and treatment services.

Rimrock Foundation
(406) 248-3175 or (800) 227-3953
Location: 1231 North 29th Street Billings, MT 59101
Services: Rimrock is the largest drug and alcohol addiction treatment center in the region, serving adults with substance use and co-occurring disorders.

Community Crisis Center
(406) 259-8800
Location: 704 North 30th Street Billings, MT 59101
Services: The Community Crisis Center provides therapeutic stabilization services for clients who are in a mental health or addiction crisis.  During this time, a client is able to meet with a counselor and a case manager, and are able to rest until being discharged. The Community Crisis Center has a qualified Case Manager on staff to assist clients who are needing help with completing applications for housing, SNAP, Medicaid, or other areas to help give them more stability in their everyday life.

Senior & Elderly Services

Big Sky Senior Services
Phone: (406) 259-3111
Location: 935 Lake Elmo Dr. Ste. B, Billings, MT 59101
Services: Big Sky Senior Services offers comprehensive support services to help elders and developmentally disabled adults maintain their independence and quality of life by providing homemaking, case management or daily phone support. This includes help with household chores, personal care services, pet care services, companionship, and caretaking.

Billings Community & Senior Center
Phone: (406) 259-8800
Location: 360 N. 23rd Street Billings, MT 59101
Services: The Billings Community Center serves senior adults with social, recreational, and wellness programs, to promote independent and healthy lifestyles. It serves the community with quality and affordable evening classes, health and enrichment opportunities.

Veteran and Military Family Resources

Billings Vet Center
Phone: (406) 657-6071
Location: 2795 Enterprise Avenue Suite 1, Billings, MT 59102-7479
Services: The Vet Center offers confidential help for Veterans, service members, and their families at no cost in a non-medical setting. Their services include counseling for needs such as depression, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and the psychological effects of military sexual trauma (MST). They can also connect you with more support within the VA and your community.

Veterans Navigation Network
Phone: (406) 435-9308
Location: 2173 Overland Ave, Billings, MT 59102
Services: Veterans Navigation Network gives military veterans the support and resources to navigate their transition to civilian life. Not just providing resources and information, they provide support each step of the way with peer to peer mentorship.

Victim Assistance Services

Yellowstone County Attorney
Phone:(406) 256-2870
Location: Yellowstone County Courthouse, 7th Floor, Billings, MT

Montana Legal Services Association
(800) 666-6899
Location: 207 N Broadway #430, Billings, MT 59101
Services: : MLSA is a private, non-profit law firm that provides free legal help to low-income people facing civil legal problems such as divorce, domestic violence, or matters of housing, taxes, debt, public benefits, parenting plans, etc.  They provide legal assistance for crime victims on Orders of Protection, Parenting Plans, consumer issues and forms, advice, and wrap-around services. Their website has helpline updates, a legal advice schedule, updated resources, and on-line applications for legal services.

Montana Legal Services Association
(800) 666-6899
Location: 207 N Broadway #430, Billings, MT 59101
Services: : MLSA is a private, non-profit law firm that provides free legal help to low-income people facing civil legal problems such as divorce, domestic violence, or matters of housing, taxes, debt, public benefits, parenting plans, etc.  They provide legal assistance for crime victims on Orders of Protection, Parenting Plans, consumer issues and forms, advice, and wrap-around services. Their website has helpline updates, a legal advice schedule, updated resources, and on-line applications for legal services.

Victim/Witness Assistance Programs
Services: Provides Victim/Witness Coordinator; help for people in domestic violence situations and bodily injury crimes; assists victims and witnesses through court process; assists in obtaining orders of protection.

(406) 252-6303
Location: 909 Wyoming Ave, Billings, MT 59101
Services: YWCA Billings offers emergency services at no cost to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, or human trafficking. This includes a secure emergency shelter (in Yellowstone and Big Horn County), 24-hour help line, and hospital accompaniment for sexual assault survivors during forensic evidence collection exams.