HRDC offers a number of ways to get involved and give the gift of time.
Harmony House Transitional Living Program: teach life skills classes, mentor a young mom, paint the living room and bedrooms of Harmony House.
Alternative Education: provide tutoring to students working toward their HiSET.
Youth Employment and Training: Teach life skills classes on a variety of topics, be part of a mock interview panel.
Contact Amy ator call 406-247-4788 for more information.
Work Experience Sites
provide participants with work opportunities to develop skills, knowledge, and work behaviors to increase their employability. Participating businesses provide mentoring, supervision and on-the-job training. Contact the Employment and Training staff at 406-247-4732. The paperwork is minimal and takes only a few minutes to complete.
provide participants with work opportunities to develop skills, knowledge, and work behaviors to increase their employability. Youth can work for a government, nonprofit, or for-profit employer. Contact Youth Program Staff at 406-247-4732. The paperwork is minimal and takes only a few minutes to complete.
Homeless Count – Point in Time Survey
Each winter HRDC leads the homeless persons count for Billings. We do the survey in partnership with a host of other nonprofits and the City of Billings. During the survey, bags of food and water are given to the people we come into contact with. Training is involved prior to the night of the count. To learn more contact Christy by or call 406-247-4741.
Suited for Success
As the only Montana Suit Drive recipient site, each Fall HRDC invests a day of giving men who face employment barriers a suit for interviews or work. This volunteer opportunity includes donating your gently used suits to the Billings based Men's Wearhouse and/or spending the day with us readying a vulnerable population of men for the working world. For more information, contact
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
The program provides free income tax return preparation and electronic filing for individuals and families who make less than $53,000 a year. Every volunteer tax preparer is required to complete extensive, IRS-designed tax training courses and to pass certification tests. In addition, the IRS requires every volunteer to complete an ethics training course to ensure the highest ethical standards are being met by our site. For more information contact Mary Beth by or call 406-247-4732.
United Way Day of Caring at HRDC
The United Way Day of Caring at HRDC is a great way for volunteers to help HRDC tackle large and small projects that otherwise may not get accomplished. This unique service opportunity provides volunteers the chance to share their skills and creative spirit while making an impact on the services provided by HRDC. United Way Day of Caring is held annually in September. Watch for HRDC’s listing at .