Montana Resource Guide
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|abbreviated list of Montana service organizations|
|Low-Income Energy Assistance||The Weatherization Program helps participants to improve the heating efficiency of their homes and thus reduce their energy consumption. The Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) pays part of winter energy bills for eligible people. Most utilities offer LIEAP recipients discounts on their bills.||Please reference website||1-800-332-2272||LIEAP|
|Prescription Assist||Prescription Assist is a pharmaceutical consultation service which fills out the forms for patients to receive free prescription drugs directly from the pharmaceutical companies. Patients receive a 3 to 6 month prescription||715 Kensington Suite 14, Missoula, MT 59801||829-3993||Prescription Assist|
|Montana Tobacco Quit Line||Free service for smokers and chewers who want to quit. Will provide callers with counseling over the phone and two weeks worth of nicotine patches or gum. Quitters who need more time or have relapsed are welcome to sign up again.||Please reference website||1-866-485-7848||Tobacco Quit Line|
|Children's Health Insurance Plan (CHIP)||CHIP is a low-cost, private health insurance plan. The plan provides health insurance to eligible Montana children up to age 19. Benefits include well-child visits, prescription drugs, limited dental care, eyeglasses and many other services.||PO Box 202951, Helena, MT 59620||1-406-444-6971
|Food Stamp Program||Provides eligible households an opportunity to obtain a nutritious diet by supplementing their food budget. Income, resources, and household size determine the amount of food stamps a household recieves||1400 Broadway, Helena, MT 59601||1-800-332-2272||Food Stamps|
|Home Ownership Program||The Homeownership Program is available to assist low and moderate income Montanans in purchasing homes in the state of Montana, primarily through providing loans||P.O. Box 200545, Helena, MT 59620-0545||1-406-841-2840||Home Ownership Program|
|Montana Credit Unions for Community Development||MCUCD is the catalyst to implement programs through Mt. Credit Unions that improve the social and economic well-being of Montana consumers||1236 Helena Ave., Helena, MT 59601||1-406-442-9081
|MontanaLawHelp||Provides searchable database accessed via the internet containing legal information and resources for low and moderate-income Montana residents. Topics include: families and kids, public benefits, consumers, taxes, housing, disability, employment, health, seniors, and American Indian issues||Please reference website||Please reference website||Montana Law Help|
|Montana Jobs System||No other website can match the amount of resources about jobs in Montana - that is why jobs.mt.gov is Montana's Job Connection!||Please reference website||Please reference website||Montana Job System|
|Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)||TANF cash assistance is a program providing temporary financial assistance to needy families. The receipt of TANF cash assistance is limited to 60 months in an adult's lifetime.||Please reference website||Please reference website||TANF|
|*Information in Description column has been taken directly from public service provider. Debt Reduction Services, Inc. is not affiliated with nor does it endorse any of the above public service entities, with exception of the National Financial Education Center.|
|**The National Financial Education Center, whose mission is to promote personal financial responsibility, is located at Debt Reduction Services. Through seminars, webinars, workshops, or as conference and meeting speakers, our financial educators accomplish this mission. Please contact us at 1-877-688-3328 or on the web at www.debtreductionservices.org for more information.|
|***Listings compiled and provided by Debt Reduction Services, Inc.|