Community Resources

Hotlines

NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE
1-800-799-7233 or 1-800-787-3224 (TTY)                                        thehotline.org 
Fr
ee and confidential. 24 hours a day service. Services provided in over 200 languages. 

NATIONAL SEXUAL ASSAULT HOTLINE - RAINN
1-800-656-4673                                                                                 rainn.org
Free and confidential.  24 hours a day service. The website offers support via confidential online chat.

STRONG HEARTS NATIVE HELPLINE
1-844-762-8483                                                                                 www.stronghearshelpline.org
Free and confidential. Monday thru Friday 9am-5:30PM (CST). Culturally appropriate services for Native Americans.

ANTI-VIOLENCE PROJECT HOTLINE for LGBTQ and HIV
1-212-714-1141                                                                                 avp.org      
Free and confidential. Bilingual (English/Spanish).

LOVE IS RESPECT
1-866-331-9474 or 1-866-331-8453 (TTY)                                                    loveisrespect.org
Free and confidential. Dating relationship abuse. Phone, live chat and texting services.Text: loveis to 22522*

NATIONAL HUMAN TRAFFICKING HOTLINE
1-888-373-7888 or 711 (TTY)                                                                       humantraffickinghotline.org 
Free and confidential. This is not a law enforcement, immigration or an investigative agency.

STALKING RESOURCE CENTER
                                                                                                          victimsofcrime.org

Local Community Resources

ANGELA’S PIAZZA
420 Grand Avenue
255-0611
Drop-in center for women, provides domestic violence & sexual assault support groups/education, and parenting programs.
http://www.angelaspiazza.org/

COMMUNITY CRISIS CENTER
704 N 30th St.
259-8800
Crisis response center for mental health and chemical dependency issues
https://www.crisiscenterbillings.org/

DISTRICT 7 HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
7 North 31st
247-4732
Offers a variety of housing programs, transportation assistance, energy assistance, and child care resources.
http://familypromiseyv.org

FAMILY PROMISE OF YELLOWSTONE VALLEY
10 South 26th Street
294-7432
A community of 26 Billings faith-based congregations and over 1400 volunteers that put their faith into action to provide meals, shelter, and a safe, non-judgmental environment for families experiencing homelessness.
http://www.billingsihn.org/      

FAMILY SERVICE, INC.
1824 First Ave North
259-2269
Food, clothing, rental and utility assistance, prescriptions, gasoline/emergency travel, and household items.
https://billingsfamilyservice.org/

HOUSING AUTHORITY OF BILLINGS
2415 1st Avenue North
245-6391
Housing assistance
http://www.billingsha.org/

THE HUB
515 N 27th Street
248-4803
Drop-in center for homeless and/or mentally ill
http://www.mhcbillings.org/the-hub-drop-in-center

MONTANA RESCUE MISSION
Provides emergency care including food and shelter
2822 Minnesota Avenue
259-3800
http://montanarescuemission.org/                                

THE PHOENIX CENTER
Second Floor of Petro Hall of Montana State University- Billings
1500 University Drive
657-2153
Confidential place on the campus of MSU-Billings for survivors of sexual violence that offers support, advocacy, and resources for college students.
http://www.msubillings.edu/studenthealth/phoenixcenter/assault.htm

RIVERSTONE HEALTH 
123 South 27th Street
247-3350
Medical practice with a sliding fee scale.
https://riverstonehealth.org/

SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL
2610 Montana Avenue
252-1855
Provides a variety of programs for children and families such as clothing and household items.
http://svdpmt.com/

THE SALVATION ARMY
2100 Sixth Avenue North
245-4659
Provides a variety of programs for children and families such as clothing and household items.
http://billings.salvationarmy.org/                                               

YELLOWSTONE COUNTY OFFICE OF PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
111 North 31st Street
237-0520
Offers a variety of programs such as energy assistance, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
http://dphhs.mt.gov/assistance

YWCA
909 Wyoming Ave | 24 Hour Hotline 245-4472
252-6303 or TEXT 702-0029
Gateway Program: Offers free services to victims of domestic and sexual violence including shelter, counseling, and legal assistance.
Employment & Training Center: Offers job search, resume, and application assistance.
http://www.ywcabillings.org/

WOMEN'S & FAMILY SHELTER
Provides emergency care including food and shelter for women and children
2520 1st Ave North
259-3105
http://montanarescuemission.org/