Programs

HRDC Families benefit from the programs offered.

Our programs are designed to better the conditions under which low-income children, men and women learn, work and live.  We understand that aside from generational poverty, many of our fellow Montanans are struggling  today because of  life’s more common consequences such as an illness, loss of employment, divorce, or a disability.

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Child Care

Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP)
Child Care Assistance - For Participants
Early Childhood Provider Services

Education

Alternative Education

Emergency Services

Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG)
General Assistance

Employment and Training for Participants

Summer Youth Employment & Training
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Employment & Training (SNAP E&T)
Work Readiness Component (WoRC)
Youth Employment

Energy Assistance

Energy Assistance - Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) & Energy Share
Weatherization

Food

Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR)

Homeless Services

Harmony House

Housing

Housing Counseling
Rural Section 8 Housing

Tax Assistance

IRS Taxpayer Advocate Service & IRS Appeals
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance

Leadership

Empowering Peers Igniting Change (EPIC)

Transportation

Wheels for Work

Money Management

Assets for Independence (AFI)

Work Experience for Employers

Work Experience Program
Youth Employment Work Experience Site