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Montana's Homeless Resources

Homeless Shelters in Montana

This is a current list of homeless shelters in Montana according to HUD. HUD also has a list of other Montana resources for individuals who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless. To view their list of resources click here.

Montana Council on Homelessness

This Council was formed in 2004 to examine the root causes of homelessness and develop solutions through fundamental changes in state policy. This site lists the Councilís members and publications to date.

2005 Montana Homeless Survey

This site has the results of the Montana homeless survey conducted January 27, 2005. Once you download the free Adobe plugin tool on the main page you can click at the bottom of the page to use the Montana Homeless Survey Analysis Tool. This tool lets you create customized reports of the homeless survey results.

National Homeless Resources

Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH)

CSH helps communities create permanent housing with services in order to prevent and end homelessness. Their site serves as a resource for building supportive housing and for advocating for solutions to end long-term homelessness. The site also has guides and other publications to aid in eradicating homelessness.

Technical Assistance Collaborative (TAC)

TAC works extensively in the fields of affordable housing and permanent supportive housing. TAC develops integrated and consumer-oriented strategies and plans to improve the effectiveness of housing and service approaches and expand affordable housing opportunities for extremely low-income households who have disabilities or who are homeless.

National Alliance to End Homelessness

The National Alliance to End Homelessness is a non-profit organization that developed a Ten-Year Plan to End Homelessness. Their site offers resources to assist service providers, advocates, and public officials in developing and implementing plans to end homelessness.


Montana Home Choice Coalition
Affordable, Quality Housing for Seniors, Adults, Children, and Families with Disabilities
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