Larger communities with more resources (and bigger homeless populations) often find the patchwork approach to services is not effective enough.
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Big Sky is a playground for some of the country’s most affluent, but the area has a big problem when it comes to affordability for the workforce that keeps it running.
Bozeman’s Human Resource Development Council recently opened its HRDC @ Market Place at 206 East Griffin Drive in Bozeman, offering resources to reduce hunger and food insecurity in the Gallatin Valley.
HRDC is delivering an average of 725 meals each week right now, around half of which go to Bozeman Public Schools students.
In just one year, the number of people experiencing homelessness in Livingston tripled, according to the 2023 point-in-time count.
While we’re bracing ourselves for those subzero temperatures this weekend, that means the warming center in Bozeman is bracing for a surge in folks looking to seek shelter from the cold.
Heather Grenier, HRDC’s CEO, said part of the goal with the building was to create a space that was built specifically for their purposes with room to grow, and in a way that would be welcoming to the people they serve.
Long time Montanan Randy Johnston has his hands full with two different jobs. Normally he’s the Mayor of Three Forks, but recently he took a job driving for the transit service Galavan.
Early on Thanksgiving morning in Bozeman, scores of runners flocked to the Museum of the Rockies for a sporty start to the day.
Traditionally open on Nov. 1, [HRDC’s] Livingston Warming Center will open on Dec. 15 this season, according to Dean Williamson, the HRDC’s Economic Development Director.