Autism through the lifespan, YETI School Age Social Skills, MOSSAIC Adult Autism Intervention and Support
The DeWit RiteCare is a training facility for future speech-language pathologists and collaborates with other disciplines on the UM campus and in the community. All students receive clinical supervision from highly qualified clinical faculty. Services offered include individualized therapy, peer mediated intervention, social skill groups, and summer intensive programs.
Department of Housing and Urban Development
901 Front St. Suite 1300 , Helena, MT 59626
Montana Vocational Rehabilitation
111 North Last Chance Gulch Suite 4C, Helena, MT 59604
The Montana Vocational Rehabilitation mission is to promote work and independence for Montanans with disabilities. Vocational Rehabilitation provides a broad range of services to assist, find or maintain employment for eligible individuals with disabilities.
205 E. Park Ave , Anaconda, MT 59711
Improving lives and creating opportunities for Montanans affected by disabilities and/or mental illness is a constant and growing need. We offer a variety of services in fully licensed and nationally accredited programs. Their highly trained, professional staff provide the following services, tailored to each individual’s needs.
Benefit Eligibility Screening Tool
A short online questionnaire to help you find out which Social Security benefits you are eligible for.
Montana Medicaid is health care coverage for some low-income adults. Medicaid is run by DPHHS (the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services).
Social Security Adult Disability Report
Social Security Office Locator
Enter your zip code to find your local Social Security Office
644 Grand Avenue Suite 1 , Billings, MT 59101
STEP, Inc. supports individuals with disabilities in central Montana. STEP serves families in 11 counties by providing home and community based education, developmental screenings & evaluations and resource coordination. Throughout an individual’s life-span, STEP provides individual guidance to promote personal growth.
Navigating College is an introduction to the college experience from those who’ve been there. The writers / contributors are Autistic adults and they offer helpful advice before attending college.
Farm in the Dell International, Inc.
406 449 9394
Helena’s 34-acre Farm in the Dell opened in 1989. It has housed 22 residents and has provided? an opportunity for more than 50 people with disabilities to perform meaningful work and gain vocational skills.
Easter Seals Goodwill
4400 Central Avenue , Great Falls, MT 59405
406 761 3680
800 771 2153
Development Educational Assistance Program
DEAP 2200 Box Elder , Miles City, MT 59301
406 234 6034
800 224 6034
Rocky Mountain Arc
207 South Montana Street , Butte, MT 59701
406 723 6501
Eagle Mount Bozeman
6901 Goldenstein Lane, Bozeman, MT 59715
406 586 1781
Eagle Mount Bozeman is a non-profit organization that provides therapeutic recreation for persons with physical and mental disabilities and children with cancer. Activities include horseback riding, swimming, skiing, cycling, ice skating, fishing, and more.
Erik’s Ranch and Retreats
406 451 2722
Erik’s Ranch & Retreats provides safe and unequaled living, working, social and recreational environments for young adults with autism.
Missoula YMCA – Special Needs Swim Instruction
3000 S Russell St, Missoula, MT 59801
406 721 9622
PO Box 80185, Billings, MT 59108
Within Billings: 406 237 0025
Outside Billings: 888 882 1927
This program is funded solely by the people with disabilities who take vacations with us, and we have received no outside funding. Since its inception in 1998, approximately seven hundred people in Montana and Wyoming have participated in hundreds of vacations or recreational events.
Special Olympics Montana
406 216 5327
The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.