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Montana Homeless Shelters

Select a Montana county from the list below in which you want to look for a homeless shelters.

Montana Counties:

Gallatin (1)
Missoula (2)
Yellowstone (1)

Latest Update to Montana Homeless Shelters database:

Family Promise Of Gallatin Valley - Canterbury House (family Center)
Bozeman, MT - 59715
(406) 582-7388

Family Promise of Gallatin Valley in Montana is a non-profit organization working with diverse faith organizations as the only organization helping Gallatin Valley’s homeless families with children. Each congregation provides shelter and meals, while each family is assisted by our professional social workers in finding and implementing lasting solutions to their unique situation.

Montana Rescue Mission - Life Crisis Intervention Program (for Men)
Tracy Hansen,, MT - 59102
(406) 259-3800

The Montana Rescue Mission offers three different participation levels of programs for the men and women staying at our Missions and the REACH-Out program for children. The overall goal is that each of our classes and levels will help our guests with their next steps to achieve success in life after they leave the Mission. Each program level carries class credits and chore requirements for program involvement.

Poverello Center - The Joseph Residence At Maclay Commons
Missoula, MT - 59807
(406) 728-1809

The Poverello Center is a 30 day emergency shelter. Despite capacity for only 70 overnight shelter guests, the Pov routinely sleeps up to 100 homeless individual men and women each and every night, and often in the most inclement weather conditions.  Services provided free of charge in the shelter include: breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as access to sack lunches, storage space for personal belongings, computers, phone, mail, bus passes, showers, laundry facilities, clothing, intake and referral services, and an on-site Partnership Health medical clinic. 

Poverello Center - The Valor House (for Veterans)
Missoula, MT - 59807
(406) 728-1809

The Valor House opened in 2005, in collaboration with the Veterans Administration and Missoula Housing Authority, to address the multifaceted needs of one of this nation's largest homeless demographics: Veterans.The Valor House is a long term transitional housing program that offers 17 single occupancy apartments to Veterans who were previously homeless. While most transitional housing programs only offer dormitory style living, Valor House is unique in that it offers Veterans a private apartment with a full kitchen and bathroom. Also, the Valor House provides Veterans with onsite case management, 24-hour staffing, direct connection to local healthcare providers, and referrals to other important social services in our community. In this way, each Veteran is assisted in his/her transition out of homelessness into stability for a brighter future. Valor House residents can live in their units up to 24 months. During their stay at the Valor House, Veterans pay 30% of their income as rent. After one year in the program, a Veteran is eligible to receive a Housing Choice voucher to secure independent housing in the community.

Volunteers Of America - Magic City Terrace
Billings, MT - 59105
(406) 248-9117

Volunteers of America’s elderly service programs provide very low income seniors affordable housing and create opportunities that enhance the ability of seniors to live healthy, independent and high quality lives. We are committed to cost-effective, quality housing with programs to meet social needs for the elderly, while maintaining a positive environment for personal growth and fulfillment. We operate Magic City Terrace and Aspen Grove in Billings, Montana, and Bell Park Tower in Torrington, Wyoming, as HUD 202 PRAC housing programs serving very low-income senior citizens. Our complexes offer spacious-one bedroom apartments with on-site activities.

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