PARENTING RESOURCES ACROSS THE STATE OF MONTANA
What is the Office of the Child and Family Ombudsman?
The Ombudsman is an independent, impartial, and confidential resource to Montana citizens in the Office of the Child and Family Ombudsman.
The Child and Family Ombudsmen duties include:
Reviewing requests involving Child and Family Services Division of the Department of Health and Human Services; Supporting best practices in working with children and families; and providing education on how best to protect and serve Montana children and families.
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One-to-one mentoring for children and teens.
P.O. Box 310, Big Fork 59911 | 406-837-2247
Support and recruitment for foster care families, facilitating communication between churches, communities, and government.
State Director for DPHHS Adam Meier
111 North Sanders, Room 301, Helena MT 59620
PO Box 4210, Helena MT 59604-4210
Fax: (406) 444-1970
24-hour Centralized Intake report hotline for child abuse 866-820-5437
24-hour Centralized Intake report hotline for adult abuse 844-277-9300
DPHHS child protection services, foster care, child and adult abuse and neglect investigations.
In homes where there are small children, safety is an important issue. Parents want to protect their children from all potential dangers and will most often take steps to make their home as safe an environment as possible.
This Link to an article for first aid has many Downloadable PDF's to help with Child Safety.
24 S 29th St. Billings | 406-256-3002
Youth Works for at-risk youth, GED/education assistance, and transitional living for women in crisis.
100 Consumer Direct Way, Missoula | 888-438-8591
Intensive wraparound family-based services, including therapy and in-home support.
202 2nd Ave S Suite 201 Great Falls I 406.761.6010 or 800.696.4503
2229 5th Ave Havre I 406-265-6743 or 800.696.4503
Childcare Services connections, Resource Page for Parents and Providers
1002 10th St. West Suite 1 Billings | 406-256-7783
Coaching for parents, 24-hour support hotline, supervised parent-child interactions and mental health intervention.
2520 5th Ave. South Billings | 406-252-9799
Respite childcare, parenting classes and in-home mentoring.
Group home for homeless, pregnant, or parenting mothers ages 16-21 residing in MT.
Mecca of resources and information for youth with special health care needs and their families.
Source of information on community resources, services, tele-health and assistance.
Online tools and supportive media to help parents navigate new challenges and bolster their skills.
2345 King Avenue West, Suite B Billings | 406-255-0540 or 800-222-7585
Network for families of children with disabilities and special needs.
1732 South 72nd St. West Billings | 406-655-2100 or 800-726-6755
Wide array of mental health treatment services and support for youth and families.
2334 Lewis Ave. Billings | 406-245-6539 or (877) 458-7022
Youth Dynamics provides strength-based, client-centered, supportive mental health services to children and families.