HRDC’s Senior Program includes Medicare counseling, emergency food, transportation and housing support and the list goes on.
The Human Resource Development Council is hoping to break ground on an affordable apartment project next year in Gardiner.
Since 1973, Galavan has been helping individuals aged 60 and older and people with disabilities remain
independent by providing rides to medical visits, the grocery store, places of employment, social events, and other appointments.
Students, seniors, and other community members who may not have vehicles deserve a reliable way
to access essential services and participate in daily community life. Please vote yes to create the UTD.
The Park County Early Childhood Coalition is partnering with the Human Resource Development Council Head Start
to provide two free programs: School Readiness Program and Infant/Toddler Circle Time, which will start next week.
My name is Ruth Spinelli and I have a learning disability. I can not drive. My only way to work in the wintertime
and sometimes in summer is Streamline.
A recent article appeared on numerous local radio show websites touting our organization and the value we bring to our community.
Voters to decide the future of Bozeman’s Streamline bus service On Tuesday, an article about the upcoming UTD
vote covered the front page of the paper. Additional coverage has occurred in print, on radio and broadcast tv,
via direct mail, and through various digital marketing channels. With just days to
When voters receive their ballots, which were mailed on Friday, they will see an important question
about forming the Gallatin Valley Urban Transportation District.
Construction on Market Place is on track to wrap up sometime by the end of the year.