Below are resources dedicated to helping you reach your goals. The Montana Department of Corrections is not responsible for maintaining or ensuring the validity of the links below.
Please follow the links to resources in your community.
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State Bar of Montana, Lawyer Referral & Information Service is a free, non-profit, Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS) for the community. It's an outstanding resource when you feel you need an attorney but you're not sure who to turn to.
Montana Legal Services Associations a law firm and nonprofit organization developed in 1967 that empowers low-income people by providing legal information, advice, and other services free of charge. MLSA works both on individual cases and under a systemic approach to help low-income people escape domestic violence, keep their housing, preserve their public benefits, protect their finances, and much more.
Montana Law Help is a project of the Montana Legal Services Association dedicated to helping low-income individuals solve legal problems.
Montana Disability Rights is the federally-mandated civil rights protection and advocacy system for Montana. We have the legal authority to represent almost any person with a disability.
Montana Human Rights Network - To assist any individual or group with human or civil rights issues and concerns.
People's Law Center - Represents individuals who are attempting to get Social Security Disability benefits or those trying to obtain Medicare benefits
Cascade County: Justice Court- Provides a point of access to all county government resources and informs the public of a range of services available, such as felony arrangements and warrants.
Cascade County: Law Clinic - Provides access to the civil justice system by coordinating and facilitating the volunteer services of private attorneys. Free 1/2 hour initial consultation: Call 480.390.6179
Faith Center - Foresquare Denomination.
Great Falls Christian Center - Food Pantry located at the church (Thurs & Fri).
NeighborWorks - Great Falls - To revitalize blighted residential areas, promote home ownership, establish a sense of community and pride, encourage removal of dilapidated buildings and construct new homes.
Opportunities, Inc. - Non-profit social services agency that focuses on helping low-income people become self-sufficient.
Rural Dynamics, Inc. (Consumer Credit Counseling) - To provide programs to help youth, individuals, and families achieve economic independence.
Social Security Administration: Federal - Administers the Social Security Act, providing for retirement, survivor disability insurance, as well as Medicare Coverate, Supplemental Security Income Program for the aged, blind or disabled persons who have limited income and resources.
St. Vincent DePaul Society - Emergency agency used as a fill-in before other agencies take over.
YWCA -Promotes peace and justice, freedom and dignity for women and girls & helping eliminate racism wherever it exists.