Domestic violence resources in Montana

Community Resources

HAVEN collaborates with many local, state and national organizations. As our partnerships strengthen, we are better able to respond to and reduce violence.

The VOICE Center

No one likes to talk about violence on campus. But know that at Montana State University, there’s help…. and there’s hope.

The VOICE Center emphasizes empowerment of the survivor and peer-based services provided by staff and trained advocates. VOICE Center Advocates can talk to you, either on the phone or in person, about your relationship and concerns you may have; reporting options; temporary orders of protection; support groups; counseling, and medical resources available to you. They can also accompany or assist survivors in accessing medical, legal, or other services. Services are free & confidential. You may choose to be anonymous if you wish.

  • (406) 994-7069 (24 hour crisis line)
  • (406) 994-7142 (office)

The Help Center

It is the goal of the Help Center to provide information, outreach, direct services, advocacy, crisis counseling and therapy to clientele in a safe, confidential environment. The intent is to assist clients in gaining insight, clarity, empowerment, client centered solutions and life improvement in the wake of life’s difficulties and in the aftermath of traumatic events.

Survivor Assistance Program

A program sensitive to the many and varied needs of survivor of violent crime and their families, a source of information for victims and witnesses of violent crime, an advocate for survivors’ rights within the criminal justice system.

  • (406) 582-2075
  • (406) 582-2076

MT Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (MCADSV)

MCADSV was founded in 1982 to strengthen the support systems serving survivors of domestic and sexual violence in Montana by increasing communications and setting a professional standard for service delivery. The Coalition gives local programs an avenue to share ideas and resources, enables them to enrich and increase their services, works to ensure that victims of domestic and sexual violence have alternatives in all rural, urban, and tribal communities, strives to increase public awareness of issues surrounding domestic and sexual violence, serves as a voice for Montana survivors of domestic and sexual violence by working with statewide groups as they design and implement policies and procedures that affect survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Currently, MCADSV serves all 56 counties in Montana.

  • (406) 443-7794

National Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (NCADV)

NCADV is dedicated to the empowerment of battered women and their children and therefore is committed to the elimination of personal and societal violence in the lives of battered women and children. NCADV serves as a national information and referral center for the general public, media, battered women and their children, allied and member agencies and organizations. NCADV has a strong track record of providing programs with information and technical assistance, and has promoted the development of innovative programs, which address the special needs of all battered women, and battered women’s programs. NCADV also serves to impact public policy and legislation, which affects battered women and their children.

  • National Domestic Violence Hotline: (800) 799-7233

Gallatin County, Montana – Domestic Violence Resources


Gallatin Valley Food Bank
(406) 586-7600
602 Bond St
Bozeman, MT 59715-2450

Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children.
12 N 3rd Ave.
Bozeman, MT 59715-3402


Hearts and Homes
Supervised visitation, parenting class and other parenting resources.
3316 W Babcock St
Bozeman, MT 59718-2683
(406) 585-8544

Provides many resources for parents and kids such as parent liaisons, mentoring programs ad parenting support.
400 E Babcock St
Bozeman, MT 59715-4712
(406) 587-3840

Single Parent Advocate

Single Parent Advocate is a non-profit committed to educating, equipping and empowering the single parent with resources, practical assistance, and social networking to better their lives and the lives of their children.

Reproductive Health Care

Bridger Care, Inc.
Provides sliding scale sexual health services.
300 N Willson Ave # 2001
Bozeman, MT 59715-3572
(406) 587-0681

Mental Health

Open Arms Drop-In Center
Offers drop- in basis mental health care, including support, classes and activities.
300 North Willson Suite #802H
Bozeman, MT 59715
(406) 522-7357

The Help Center
Suicide and sexual assault/rape counseling and help.
(406) 586-3333
421 E Peach St
Bozeman, MT 59715-3029

Hope House
Offers counseling and help for those suffering with addiction issues.
316 N Tracy Ave.
Bozeman, MT
(406) 585-1130

Youth Dynamics

Youth Dynamics is a private non-profit mental health center for youth
and their families. They provide supervised visitation and mental health


Human Resource Development Council
Helps people find affordable housing.
32 South Tracy
Bozeman, Montana 59715
(406) 587.4486

111 South 2nd
Livingston, MT 59047

Family Promise – Provides temporarly housing for families.

Legal Help

Victim/Witness Services – Helps victims with criminal cases and the procedures surrounding them.
615 S 16th Ave # 313
Bozeman, MT 59715-4117

Montana Legal Services Association – Information on Montana law and lawyers (many sliding scale)

Montana Law Help – Free legal information and printable legal forms.

Campus Resources

Montana State University VOICE Center -Primarily serves the college community but will help anyone with issues os sexual assault and rape.
370 Strand Union Building (SUB)
Bozeman, MT


Bozeman Job Service
121 North Willson
Bozeman, MT 59715


Galavan – Galavan provides the working disabled with transportation.
807 N Tracy Ave
Bozeman, MT 59715-2813

Streamline Bus – Free bus services that run through Bozeman, Belgrade and occasionally to Livingston.

Taxi – 406-388-9999

Misc. Goods and Services

LOVE Inc. – Provides a variety of services to those in need. From cars to clothes.

Salvation Army – Provides various services.
32 S Rouse Ave
Bozeman, MT 59715-4724
(406) 586-5813

Domestic Violence Resources Around Montana

Anaconda, MT

Billings, MT

Boulder, MT

  • Jefferson County Victim/witness program
    (406) 225-4014
    (406)439-1680 (crisis line)

Browning, MT

  • Rocky Mountain Victims Program (Blackfeet Reservation)
    (406) 338-5180

Butte, MT

Columbus, MT

  • Tri-County Victim/ Witness Program
    (406) 322-4333

Conrad, MT

Crow Agency, MT

  • Crow Victim’s Assistance Program
    (406) 638-2554

Deer Lodge, MT

Dillon, MT

Forsyth, MT

  • Rosebud & Treasure County Victim Witness Program
    (406) 346-2237

Glasgow, MT

Glendive, MT

Great Falls, MT

  • YWCA Mercy Home
    (406) 453-1018
    (406) 453-1018 (Crisis line)
  • Family Advocacy (Malmstrom Air Force Base Personnel and Families)
    (406)731-2161 (office)

Hamilton, MT

Harlem, MT

  • Fort Belknap Domestic Violence Program
    (406) 353-2205

Havre, MT

  • District IV Human Resources Dev. Council, Domestic Abuse Program
    (406) 265-2222

Helena, MT

Kalispell, MT

  • Abbie Shelter and Violence Free Crisis Line
    (406) 752-7273

Lame Deer, MT

  • Healing Hearts
    (406) 477-6432

Lewistown, MT

  • Spouse Abuse/Sexual Volunteer Emergency Services (SAVES)
    (406) 535-2303

Libby, MT

Livingston, MT

    (406) 222- 8154 (crisis line)
  • Park County Victim Witness Assistance Program
    (406) 222-4150 (Office)
    (406) 222-2050 (crisis line)

Malta, MT

  • Phillips County Domestic Violence Program
    (406) 654-1100 (hospital)
    (406)654-2442 (office)
  • Women’s Resource Center of Glasgow- Satellite Office
    (877) 972-3232 (Crisis line)

Miles City, MT

  • Custer Network Against Domestic Abuse

Missoula, MT

  • YWCA (Jessi Schott)
    (406)542-1944 (crisis line)
  • Missoula Crime Victim Advocate Program
    (406) 523-4630

Pablo, MT

  • Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes Victim Assistance Program
    PO Box 278
    Pablo, MT 59855
    (406) 675-2700 ext. 1194
  • SAFE Harbor
    (406)676-0800 (Office)

Phillipsburg, MT

  • Granite County Victim/ Witness Program
    (406)859-0105 (office)

Plentywood, MT

  • Women’s Resource Center of Glasgow- Satellite Office
    (406) 765-7144 (office)

Polson, MT

Red Lodge, MT

Ronan, MT

  • SAFE Harbor

Roundup, MT

  • Musselshell/ Golden Valley Victim Witness Assistance Program
    (406) 323-2602
  • SAVES Inc. Satellite Office
    (406) 566-2277
    (800)535-2303 (crisis line)

Scobey, MT

  • Women’s Resource Center of Glasgow- Satellite Office
    (406)765-7133 (office)
    (877) 972-3232 (Crisis line)

Seeley Lake, MT

  • Seeley-Swan Talk, Education and Protection
    (406)677-3177 (office)

Sidney, MT

  • Richland County Coalition Against Domestic Violence
    (406) 433-7421
    (877)972-3232 (Crisis line)

Stanford, MT

  • SAVES Inc. – Satellite Office
    (406) 566-2277
    (800) 535-2303 (crisis line)

Superior, MT

  • Mineral County Helpline
    (406) 822-4202

Thompson Falls, MT

Townsend, MT

  • Broadwater County Attorney Victim Witness Program
    (406) 266-9237 (office)

Virginia City, MT

  • Beaverhead & Madison County Victim/ Witness Advocacy Program
    (406) 843-4232 (office)

Wolf Point, MT

  • The Family Violence Resource Center
    (406) 653-1494
  • Northeast Montana Victim/ Witness Program
    (406) 653-2999 (office)