Livingston Community Garden

The Livingston Food Resource Center (LFRC) started the Community Garden in the summer of 2010 to provide a gathering place where local people can grow fresh produce for themselves and their families. Through collaboration with other Livingston service agencies, garden space is made available to Counterpoint, L’Esprit, the Girl Scouts, families, and individuals so that […]

Continue reading

Run for Trails

Run for Trails is in the process of becoming a 501(c)3 organization to promote the creation of trails in the Plentywood area for walking, running, and bicycling. The purpose of these trails is safe recreation while improving community health. There are many different ways for Run for Trails to go about this venture. One process […]

Continue reading

Healthy Kids Day!

Healthy Kids Day is April 29th, 2017!  The YMCA Healthy Kids Day is a fun-filled day of activities designed to promote healthy kids and families in spirit, mind, and body. This day celebrates the fun in fitness and introduces kids to an array of programs that teach healthy play and behavior. Healthy Kids Day is […]

Continue reading

Power of Choice 2017

The Shelby ~ Toole County Transportation Safety Committee/DUI Task Force are working in partnership with Shelby High School and North Toole County High School on Power of Choice 2017. The day, April 5th, 2017, is devoted to empowering young people to develop life skills to address stress, problem solving, conflict resolution, interacting with others, and […]

Continue reading

River Valley Farmer’s Market

The River Valley Farmer’s Market has brought locally grown fruits and vegetables to downtown Hardin for the past two summers.  The weekly evening Market also features other local food items, craftspeople, musical talent, health resources, community services/organizations, and fun activities for children. The Healthy Hardin Community Development Coalition sponsored the first River Valley Farmers Market […]

Continue reading

Roundup Backpack Program

Because one in five Montana children are food insecure, Roundup Backpack Program was started in 2013 to provide food during the weekends for children in need.  The Roundup Backpack Program is a health and wellness program that provides non-perishable bags of food on Friday to sustain the child for the weekend. The program is currently serving approximately 40 […]

Continue reading

Helena Community Gardens

Mission: Helena Community Gardens builds gardens, provides the tools and knowledge to grow food, and increases access to healthy and affordable food. About Helena Community Gardens (HCG): HCG provides garden plots to residents of the city of Helena (population about 30,00) and the surrounding community (metro population est. 77,000).  HCG has relationships with a wide […]

Continue reading

Heads Up Behavioral Health Camp

  Heads Up Camp launches this summer and is designed for students interested in careers in the field of Behavioral Health. Students will explore a variety of career paths including social worker, counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists, behavioral health aides and other positions within the field. Students will learn about key topics in behavioral health including stress, […]

Continue reading

Walk with a Doc

Community members are invited to trek a 2-mile expanse of the Milwaukee Trail, as part of Community Cancer Care and Prevention Center’s Missoula Walk with a Doc program. The program launches at noon Tuesday, Feb. 14, and will continue every Tuesday through May. “Doc,” in this case, stands for doctor. Each week, a different local […]

Continue reading

Boys & Girls Club of Richland County Backpack Program

The Boys & Girls Club of Richland County Backpack Program supplies up to 75 backpacks filled with kid friendly, healthy meals and snacks for kids in need on a weekly basis during the school year. The project provides food backpacks for elementary children in need. They piloted a program last year with approximately 30 elementary students […]

Continue reading

Parents as Leaders

Parents as Leaders provides Circle of Security Parenting education to parents and caregivers in Missoula. The goal of the project is to strengthen families’ resiliency and prevent child abuse and neglect. Child abuse and neglect continues to be an issue in Missoula and around the state. In 2015, there were 173 cases of child abuse […]

Continue reading

Kids In Motion

Kids In Motion “KIM” is an active transportation educational program, encouraging young people and their families in the Billings Community to make economic and healthy transportation choices to reach schools, their friends’ homes, and stores. KIM is sponsored by St. Vincent Healthcare and facilitated by Billings Public Schools, The Education Foundation, The City of Billings, […]

Continue reading