Developmental Educational Assistance Program (DEAP)

The Developmental Educational Assistance Program (DEAP) is a not for profit organization that provides a variety of family education, support, childcare, health nutrition and residential services to families, children and adults. Services are provided in 17 eastern Montana counties. Satellite offices are located in Colstrip and Glendive. DEAP successfully administers services through contracts awarded by […]

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Malta Trails

Malta Trails has been promoting healthy lifestyles and fitness in Phillips County since 2010. The Malta Trails mission statement is ‘Creating a healthy community, one trail at a time.’ In 2011, the first trail was completed with all materials, equipment, and labor donated by the community. Located in Trafton Park, the Trafton Trail connects Trafton Park […]

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My Neighbor in Need

Since its beginning on March 20, 2012, My Neighbor in Need has grown from a one volunteer, Limited Liability Company to a Montana Nonprofit Corporation with 501(c)(3) approval. They have a Board of Directors and the organization has several staff members including the Executive Director.  My Neighbor in Need just celebrated 5 years of helping […]

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Powell County Literacy Program

The Powell County Literacy Program is located in Deer Lodge, MT. The Literacy Program believes that every person has purpose, value, and potential. The Powell County Literacy Program provides free instruction to adults and out of school youth to improve their basic skills, attain the High School Equivalency Diploma, transition to post-secondary education, and/or improve […]

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Sheridan Memorial Activities Department

The main purpose and function of the Activity Department is to provide an on-going program of activities designed to meet the interests and physical, mental and psycho-social well-being of each resident. The activities are planned and carried out daily for both group and individual participation that maintain and enhance each residents quality of life. The […]

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Spirit of Service 2017

Rocky Mountain Development Council, Inc. (RMDC) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) Human Resource Development Council. They have been working in south-central Montana since 1965 and are part of a network of ten such organizations in Montana and 1,000 Community Action Agencies around the nation. Their mission at Rocky Mountain Development Council, Inc. is to strive to […]

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Red Thumb Day

May 11th, 2017 was Red Thumb Day! Choteau Students  in Teton County visited their community to help reduce traffic casualties by encouraging as many people as possible to stop using their mobile phones while driving.  A lot of research shows that using a hand-held or hands-free mobile phone while driving is a significant distraction, and greatly […]

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Granite County Medical Foundation Wellness Talks

Posted on May 15, 2017 The mission statement of the Granite County Medical Foundation(GCMF) is to provide support to the Hospital District and to improve the lives of their community residents and patients through philanthropic efforts. The Foundation’s fundraising efforts are intended to advance excellence in Granite County’s health care services and health education by […]

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New Parent Programs at Glendive Medical Center

May 8, 2017 The Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) is a global program that was launched by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in 1991 to ensure that all birthing hospitals and centers become “centers of breastfeeding support.” In the summer of 2016, Glendive Medical Center (GMC) was the fourth […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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