INTRODUCING HRDC @ Community Commons
Located at 206 East Griffin Drive Bozeman, MT 59715
To help our neighbors overcome hunger, homelessness, and the inability to provide the basic elements of a safe and productive life for themselves and their families. HRDC believes that no one should go to bed hungry and everyone deserves a safe, warm place to sleep. HRDC @ Community Commons addresses these critical community needs with two buildings:
- Market Place to house our anti-hunger programs, including our Gallatin Valley Food Bank and our Fork & Spoon
- Homeward Point, Bozeman’s first and only year-round emergency shelter and resource hub to integrate services to make homelessness rare, brief, and one-time.
These two buildings will provide one service delivery point for HRDC’s entire family of services designed to help families both meet immediate needs and gain tools to achieve and maintain economic stability.
HRDC @ MARKET PLACE -
HRDC @ Market Place features HRDC’s Food and Nutrition opportunities designed to ensure no one in our community goes to bed hungry. This building includes a warehouse for emergency food storage, a commercial kitchen, a grocery area, a pay-what-you-can restaurant, and space for enrichment and educational opportunities. Here our customers are greeted by HRDC staff members to begin a dialogue about how HRDC can best support their individual needs. Customers then learn about and have access to the full scope of services available to help mitigate tight budgets and to avoid or eliminate crises.
All HRDC services are now available at Market Place, with the exception of our shelter. Our Bozeman shelter will remain open at its current location at 2015 Wheat Drive.
Click HERE to learn more about Market Place.
HRDC @ HOMEward point - Opening 2025
Homeward Point will be home to our year-round shelter. Designed to address the needs of our homeless community, HRDC’s new shelter was thoughtfully planned from a trauma-informed point of view and includes dedicated space for families with a much-needed separate entrance. Additionally, offices for HRDC staff and community partners will be located within the building to ensure immediate support can be provided to those in crisis. While onsite, our guests will be able to take advantage of a variety of services to help ensure their experience with homelessness is brief and that they are well-supported as they move toward a path of stability.
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