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Aging Services of Cascade County
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Programs: Aging Services has several programs that provide direct service to the elderly in Cascade County. The services range from Meals on Wheels and Senior Transportation to Home Attendant assistance and Respite Care for primary caregivers.

Hours of Operation: 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday through Friday with the exception of Holidays

Worksite Address: 1801 Benefis Court Great Falls, MT 59405
Worksite Phone Number: (406) 454-6990
Worksite Fax: (406) 454-6991
Alliance for Youth
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The work of Alliance for Youth is founded in prevention research and seeks to improve risk and protective factors in community, school, family and individual environments. Alliance for Youth, through strong stakeholder partnerships, continues to champion prevention and reduction of underage drinking and illegal drug use, abuse and dependency as well as youth engagement in a myriad of other health comprising behaviors such as crime, violence, early sexual activity and school drop-out.

Worksite Address: 5305 3rd Avenue South Chief Joseph Elementary School Annex Great Falls, MT 59405
Worksite Phone Number: (406)268-6780
Worksite Fax: (406)268-6769
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The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. The American Red Cross Blood Services is dedicated to providing safe blood products to those in need. We work to ensure we have an adequate blood supply of the highest quality.

Worksite Address: 1300 28th St. South Great Falls, MT 59405
Worksite Phone Number: (406)403-0916
Worksite Fax: (406)452-5427
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One of Cascade Counties Senior Centers, located in Belt. They provide activities and shared meals to seniors in their area. Additionally Belt Golden Agers has a transportation program and delivers meals to seniors in their community.

Worksite Address: 19 Castner Street Belt, MT 59412
Worksite Phone Number: (406)277-3861
Big Brothers Big Sisters Of Great Falls
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Big Brothers Big Sisters has been serving children in Great Falls since 1976. Big Brothers Big Sisters seeks to provide positive, professionally supported mentoring relationships for all children who need or want them. These relationships contribute to better schools, brighter futures, and stronger communities for us all.

Big Brothers Big Sisters provides one-to-one mentoring in 2 main programs. Our Community Based Program provides youth with an adult community mentor who spends at least eight hours per month doing activities in the community to develop pro-social behaviors and broaden the horizons of the youth they are matched with. The School Based Program matches high school and adult mentors with local school-aged children. The matches meet one day per week for an hour and spend half of their time working on academics and half of their time working on building pro-social behaviors and friendship.

Worksite Address: 18 6th Street North, Suite 26 Great Falls MT 59401
Worksite Phone Number: (406) 453-5521
Worksite Website: http://www.bbbs-gf.org/
Worksite Fax: (406) 761-5531
Boys & Girls Club of Cascade County
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Boys and Girls Club is a youth development organization whose mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Their ultimate vision for our members is to provide a world-class Club Experience that assures success is within reach of every young person who walks through our doors, with all members on track to graduate from high school with a plan for the future, demonstrating good character and citizenship, and living a healthy lifestyle.

Clubs open their doors every day during out of school hours. They provide a safe, fun , supportive environment with caring, adult mentors, that is full of opportunities to keep their members engaged. Volunteers are needed in many capacities throughout the club including: driving, light janitorial work, mentoring youth, sharing skills/talents, teaching games, playing with and spending time with members and cleric support.

Worksite Address: 600 1st Ave SW Great Falls, MT 59404
Worksite Phone Number: (406)761-1330
Worksite Fax: (406)727-0350
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The C.M. Russell Museum opened in 1953. Since then the museum has expanded to include not only numerous works by Russell, but also the work of O.C. Seltzer, the Browning Firearms Collection, and a permanent exhibition called The Bison: American Icon, Heart of Plains Indian Culture. In addition, we have the home and studio of Russell's. The home was built in 1900 and is furnished with period pieces as well as items from the Russell family. Russell's log studio was built in 1903 and is adjacent to his home. Made of western cedar telephone poles, the studio is filled with authentic cowboy gear and Indian artifacts that Russell collected. The mission of the C.M. Russell Museum is to collect, preserve, research, interpret, and educate on the art and life of Charles M. Russell; the art and life of his contemporaries; and the art of preceding and ensuing generations that depicts and focuses on the culture, life, and country of Russell's West.

Volunteers at the C.M. Russell Museum help in a number of ways. They serve as tour guides, work behind the scenes to help out in the office and help with education programs.

Worksite Address: 400 13th Street North Great Falls, MT 59401
Worksite Phone Number: (406) 727-8787
Worksite Website: https://www.cmrussell.org/
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The Commodity Supplemental Food Programs (CSFP) is a federally funded program, which works to improve the health of low-income elderly people at least 60 years of age by supplementing their diets with nutritious USDA commodity foods to participants within Cascade County. Commodities are distributed once every two months, only on even months.Distrubtion months are February, April, June, August, October and December. Volunteers help sort the food, load it into the cars of our clients and deliver food to private homes and senior living communities.

 

 

Worksite Address: 1801 Benefis Court Great Falls, MT 59405
Worksite Phone Number: (406)454-6990
Worksite Fax: (406)454-6991
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The Law Clinic was founded in 1993 by the Cascade County Bar Association and an 8th Judicial District Court Judge in response to drastic cuts in federal funding for those with low-income. The Law Clinic serves those who would otherwise be unable to afford legal assistance. Services are provided to individuals at or below 125 percent of poverty. Their mission is to provide direct legal representation to Montana?s low-income persons and families in matters of Family Law by coordinating and facilitating the volunteer legal services of private attorneys.

The Clinic recruits private attorneys to represent low-income clients on a pro bono basis in family law matters including dissolution of marriage, parenting plans, guardianships, step-parent adoptions, custody issues, name changes, orders of protection, and occasionally assists in complex landlord-tenant issues. The Clinic's pro bono attorneys represent clients in contested and uncontested cases. The Clinic maintains a list of attorneys, utilized on a rotating basis. The staff interview clients, determine eligibility, gather information on their need for service, prepare court pleadings, facilitate communication and provide paralegal support for pro bono attorneys. These activities increase attorney willingness to provide free legal services.

Volunteers are critical to the Clinic and free up staff and attorneys from basic paperwork and administration needs to work with more clients.

Worksite Address: 401 3rd Ave. N. Great Falls, MT 59401
Worksite Phone Number: (406) 452-6269
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The mission of the City-County Health Department is to prevent disease and illness, ensure a healthy environment, promote healthy choices, and deliver quality services. Volunteers assist with events around the community to deliver services and provide public education.

Worksite Address: 115 4th Street South Great Falls, MT 59401
Worksite Phone Number: 115 4th Street South
Worksite Website: http://www.cchdmt.org/
Worksite Fax: (406)454-6959