At this point, [HRDC has] enough funding together to get construction on the year-round shelter, called Homeward Point, started.
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Workers at Bozeman’s HRDC go around to urban camping areas once a week offering help to the homeless population.
Outreach coordinator Crystal Baker is leading the way for the nonprofit’s Street Outreach Program.
Baker knows what it’s like to be homeless and can relate to those facing hard times.
KBZK Bozeman — Prospera Business Network gives Community Impact Loan to HRDC for emergency housing project
Prospera Business Network has given a $250,000 Community Impact Loan to the Bozeman Chamber Foundation. This will be the final piece of funding needed for HRDC to finish its Homeward Point Project which will provide emergency housing.
Gallatin High School student Emersen York is shining a light on the issue of homelessness and urban camping in Bozeman.
Last year, Jameson Parks, a then-first grader at Ridgeview Elementary School in Belgrade saw a video of a cereal knock down challenge, where everyone brings in cereal boxes, lines them up like dominos, and watches them fall, celebrating at the end—knowing those boxes were all going to be donated to families in need after.
The Big Sky Community Housing Trust and the Lone Mountain Land Company broke ground on RiverView Place on Tuesday.
Bozeman Daily Chronicle — Gallatin County voters approve urban transportation district for Streamline bus system
Heather Grenier, the CEO of the Human Resources Development Council, which runs Streamline,
said Tuesday night that they are excited about the result.
Press Release – YES for Streamline Campaign Celebrates Creation of Gallatin Valley Urban Transportation District
Community advocates for the creation of the Gallatin Valley Urban Transportation District (GVUTD) celebrated voters’
approval of the measure Tuesday night, saying that the newly established district will enable the Streamline bus
and Galavan paratransit services to continue to meet the transportation needs of our community.
Bozeman has seen a rise in homelessness and urban camping in the area. Local officials are teaming up through
a street outreach program to help provide basic needs.
HRDC’s Senior Program includes Medicare counseling, emergency food, transportation and housing support and the list goes on.