Buy Eat Live Better helps Montanans save money on food, make healthy eating choices, and incorporate more physical activity into their daily lives. They offers recipes, resources, and nutrition education classes including Eating Smart Being Active offered by the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program through MSU.
Want to stay connected? Join CCR’s mobile texting campaign to receive important updates and notifications by text. We will send a few texts each month relevant to you such as upcoming opportunities or scholarship changes. Join today!
How your child plays, learns, speaks, acts and moves all offer important clues about your child’s development. Learn more
Need some help? Healthy Start’s website has information about many services available to support families with young children.
Imagination Library is FREE program. Sign your child (ages 0-5) up to receive a book in the mail every month.
Another resource to help find services is 211. Call 211 or visit their website. 211 has information about a broad range of services such as transportation, housing, veterans’ services, and services for people with disabilities.
Montana Legal Services Association (MLSA) provides free civil legal assistance to low-income Montanans. They may be able to assist you in legal services such as evictions, collections, family law, and more. Learn more
ParentingMontana.org has easy-to-use tools to support your child’s success from birth through the teen years.
The free Text4baby app makes it even easier for you to get critical health and safety information.