As the holidays come to an end, I spoke with several Bozeman nonprofits about how their donations are looking coming into the new year.
Those looking for an apartment in Bozeman in the last few weeks might have had a slightly easier
time than they would have a few months ago.
Local food banks have seen the need for support increase in 2022, amid inflation and rising costs of living.
In Bozeman, organizers held a memorial service Wednesday dedicated to remembering neighbors who
passed away while homeless this past year.
BOZEMAN, Mont. – The extreme cold is only fitting for Dec. 21 as it’s the longest night of the year.
It’s also the date for the annual homeless persons’ memorial vigil at the Bozeman Public Library.
Jenna Huey, our Emergency Shelter Services Coordinator, was a guest on a podcast this week.
A man I talked to in Bozeman says staying warm isn’t easy when you’re living out of a camper.
That’s why many people seek help from the HRDC at the Warming Center.
CONGRATULATIONS SARAH AND TEAM… YOU MAKE US SO PROUD!
Frigid Temperatures Cause Code Blue Status To Be Activated At HRDC’s Warming Centers Despite Funding Challenges
Homelessness Resources from HRDC