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Community Impact Agencies

Big Brothers Big Sisters
Matches youth with carefully screened mentors to create life-transforming friendships that promote positive social, emotional & behavioral growth.
(406) 752-0092  Web:

Boys & Girls Clubs of Glacier Country
Offers after school, weekend, & evening programs for youth ages 6 - 18. A positive place for all kids.
(406) 752-5440  Web:


CASA For Kids

Trained community volunteers advocate for children who are in the court system due to abuse or neglect.
(406) 755-7208  Web:

Flathead CARE
Offers alcohol, tobacco, drug & violence prevention for area youth through positive youth development & community education.
(406) 751-3710 Web:

Flathead Food Bank

Emergency food assistance to hungry families experiencing food insecurity. Pantries in Kalispell, Evergreen, Marion, Martin City & mobile bus.
(406) 752-3663  Web:


Flathead Youth Home
Crisis stabilization in a home-like setting for youth, ages 10-18, due to circumstance which put themselves or the community at risk.
(406) 755-4622  Web:

Girl Scouts

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence & character who make the world a better place.
(406) 252-0488  Web:


Helping Hands Fund

Northwest Montana Education Coop


Northwest Montana Head Start

Early childhood services to limited-income children & families through education, health, disability & social services. Centers: Kalispell, North Valley (Columbia Falls, Canyon, Whitefish), Eureka.
(406) 752–7011 Web:


Northwest Montana Veterans Food Pantry

Literacy Center of Northwest Montana
Provides free, confidential tutoring for adults & families in reading, math, English as a second language or life skills help. Trains & supports volunteer tutors.
(406) 257-7323 (READ)  Web:


Nurturing Center
Prevents child abuse by increasing protective factors which support families & childcare providers. Offers education, support groups, youth mentoring, supervised parenting, nutrition & childcare assistance.
(406) 756-1414  Web:

Samaritan House
Serves individuals & families in Northwest Montana who are homeless or in need of transitional living with the basic needs of food, shelter & clothing.
(406) 257-5801 Web:


Special Friends Advocacy

Provide volunteer services to persons with developmental disabilities, self-advocacy, assistance with daily living needs, advocacy, diversity education & experience, socal activities & coordication of transportation.
(406) 756-5488  Web:


Summit Independent Living Center
Promotes community awareness, equal access & independece of people with disabilities through advocacy, education & advancement of civil rights.
(406) 257-0048  Web:

Violence Free Crisis Line/Abbie Shelter

Promotes safety & independence for victims of domestic & sexual violence with emergency shelter, 24-hr crisis line, court advocacy & support groups.
24/7Crisis Hotline: (406) 752-7273 Office: (406) 752-4735 Web:


Western Montana Mental Health Crisis Line
Provides crisis intervention by responding 24 hours a day to mental health crises within the community including suicide intervention. (406) 752-6262