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Recursos

Haga clic en los enlaces a continuación para ser redirigido a los recursos de cada condado, o desplácese hacia abajo para explorar los recursos estacionales aplicables a ambos condados. 

Actualizado el 16/03/2022

Recursos estacionales

Fresh Organic Vegetables

Farmers Markets

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Library

Public Libraries

Bitterroot Public Library
 

306 State Street
Hamilton, MT 59840

Phone:  (406) 363-1670

Email:  director@bitterrootpubliclibrary.org

Library Hours:
Mon - Thu: 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Fri - Sat: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sun: Closed

Closed on all state and federal holidays.


bitterrootpubliclibrary.org/
Missoula Public Library (and satellites)

Locations and Hours: www.missoulapubliclibrary.org/home/about/hours-locations/

www.missoulapubliclibrary.org/
Darby Community Public Library
 

101 1/2 S. Marshal St.

Darby, MT

(406) 821-4771
 

Library Hours

Tuesday 10am– 6pm

Wednesday 11am – 6pm

Thursday 11am – 6pm

Friday 11am – 6pm

Saturday 10am - 2pm The Library is closed for all Federal Holidays and December 24th


https://www.darbylibrary.net/
North Valley Public Library

208 Main St

Stevensville, MT 59870

Phone: (406) 777-5061

Text: (406) 370-0947

 

Regular Hours                         

April 1 - Oct 31                       

Monday - Friday                     

10 a.m. to 7 p.m.                     

Saturday                                 

10 a.m. to 5 p.m.                    

 

Winter Hours
November 1 - March 31

Monday - Friday

9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Saturday

10 a.m. to 5 p.m.


www.northvalleylibrary.org/

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Child Care Resources (CCR)

500 North Higgins Ave, Missoula 59802
(406) 728-6446 or 800-728-6446
email: ccr@childcareresources.org

Need help finding — and paying for — child care? Unsure if your child is progressing normally? Looking for resources?  We are here to help! 

Child Development Center (CDC)

3335 LT Moss Road, Missoula, 59804
Call (406) 549-6413
Toll-free at 1-800-914-4779

The Child Development Center is a western Montana nonprofit that supports children who have developmental delays or disabilities. Our team works primarily in families’ homes and communities, and we serve kids from birth to high school graduation.

The Child Development Center works in our families’ homes and communities across western Montana. From our headquarters in Missoula and our other full-service office in Kalispell, our team works with families in Flathead, Lake, Lincoln, Mineral, Missoula, Ravalli and Sanders Counties.

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Missoula County Community Resources

Missoula County
Donating Food to Charity
Child Psychologist

Missoula Food Bank and Community Center

1720 Wyoming St. 

(406) 549-0543

Hours vary; please check their website for more information.

​Missoula Food Bank & Community Center envisions a community that embraces food justice, where:

  •  everyone is food secure;

  •  those most impacted are a leading voice in the solutions to poverty and hunger;

  • no one feels shame or experiences stigma when asking for help;

  •  every child is nourished and has an equal opportunity to learn, grow and succeed; 

  • every senior has access to the food they need to age with dignity regardless of mobility, transportation or health barriers;

  • social safety net programs are recognized as part of the solution;

  • everyone can afford their basic needs

Child & Family Services (CFS)

2677 Palmer St #11, Missoula, 59808
Toll Free: 1-888-706-1535

Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm

Human Resource Council

1801 S Higgins Ave, Missoula, MT

(406) 728-3710

email: info@hrcxi.org
 

Hours: 8:30am-5pm, Monday thru Friday

 

The Human Resource Council (HRC) is a non-profit corporation established as a result of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964. We are one of ten Human Resource Development Councils who partner together to serve the entire state of Montana in twelve districts. We are District Eleven which is made up of Mineral, Missoula and Ravalli Counties. Each year almost 10,000 low-income individuals in these three counties are positively impacted by our efforts.

Mountain Home Montana

2606 South Ave, Missoula, 59804
(406) 541-4663

Mountain Home Montana is a 501c3 organization providing shelter for young mothers who need a place to live, and a network of support as they create safe, stable, and nurturing homes of their own.

Office of Public Assistance (OPA/TANF)

2677 Palmer St #11, Missoula, 59808
Toll Free: 1-888-706-1535

Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm

YWCA

1800 South 3rd Street West, Missoula 59801
(406) 543-6691 office
(406) 542-1944 crisis line
or 800-483-7858

YWCA Missoula creates real change for more than 3,000 adults and children each year. Based in The Meadowlark, our programs aim to end domestic and sexual violence, help unsheltered families obtain stable housing, and transform Missoula into a place where all people, regardless of their race or gender, have opportunities for growth, leadership and power.

Woman, Infants, Children (WIC)

301 W. Alder Missoula, Mt 59802

(406) 258-4740

Nutrition and supplemental food program. Provides breastfeeding support & formula as need. Available to pregnant women and kids under 5 years old. 

Salvation Army

355 S Russell St, Missoula, 59801
(406) 549-0710

 

Wherever there is a need in Missoula

you'll find the Salvation Army.

  • Teach Kids

  • Seasonal Assistance

  • Disaster Services

  • Visit Our Church

  • Overcome Poverty

  • Cure Hunger

  • Missoula Virtual Red Kettle

Ravalli County Community Resources

Ravalli County
Learning Sign Language
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SAFE in the Bitterroot

154 Morning Star Way, Hamilton

24-Hour Crisis Line: 406-363-4600

(406) 363-2793 Office

SAFE offers emergency and long-term services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence.  If you are experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault or sexual violence, we can help.  Our services are available twenty-four hours a day and all services are free of charge and confidential. 

Darby Bread Box

304 E Tanner Ave, Darby, MT 59829

 (406) 821-2081

​10 AM to 2 PM Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays

Serving residents living south of Lost Horse to the Montana/Idaho border.

Human Resource Council

303 N. Third St. Hamilton, MT 59840
406-363-6101

 

Walk-ins are limited to social distancing requirements.

The Human Resource Council (HRC) is a non-profit corporation established as a result of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964. We are one of ten Human Resource Development Councils who partner together to serve the entire state of Montana in twelve districts. We are District Eleven which is made up of Mineral, Missoula and Ravalli Counties. Each year almost 10,000 low-income individuals in these three counties are positively impacted by our efforts.

Child and Family Services

108 Pinckney St, Hamilton 59840
(406) 363-1961

To report a possible case of child abuse or neglect, call toll-free; available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: (866) 820-5437

Haven House Food Bank

316 N 3rd St #162, Hamilton, MT 59840

(406) 363-2450​

Open Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10 am-2 pm

​Now open every 2nd and 4th Wednesday evening from 5 pm-7 pm

Pantry Partners

3614 Alc Way, Stevensville, MT 59870

 (406) 777-0351

Hours:  M-W-F 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.


The Pantry is closed for poor road conditions whenever the Stevensville Schools are closed.

WIC (Women, Infants and Children) 

ravalli.us/211/Women-Infants-Children-WIC

205 Bedford St. #P Hamilton, MT 59840

406-802-7180

 

Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8am-5pm​

 

WIC is a nutrition program that provides nutrition and health education, breastfeeding support, access to healthy foods and referrals to other services. We serve families with infants and children up to age 5, and pregnant and post-partum moms. We welcome moms, dads, grandparents and foster families.

 

Please call us with questions or to set up an appointment.

Loads of Dignity

(406) 360-7763

loadsofdignity2019@gmail.com

A free service for our homeless and low-income neighbors have clean clothes and bedding.

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Didn't Find What You Were Looking For?

United Way/211 

Visit montana211.org/about.php for a list of Montana Resources

Montana 2-1-1 provides information and connects people to resources for non-emergency needs, via an easy-to-remember phone number (2-1-1) and a website (montana211.org).

LIFTS
(Linking Infants & Families to Supports)

hmhb-lifts.org/

 

LIFTS, or Linking Infants & Families to Supports, was created to link Montana families who are expecting or raising young ones to supports, resources, and other families. There are several ways to connect and find the information you need.

This website is your destination for the LIFTS Online Resource Guide. Here you will find detailed information on services, including relevant contact information and locations, as well as family friendly events in your area. It’s completely searchable! We hope that LIFTS will become a reliable tool on your parenthood journey to help you find what you need, when you need it, because none of us were ever meant to do this on our own.

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