Resources for the Homeless and Hungry

Bozeman Community Resources

Overall Help
• Family Promise – Shelter and Opportunities for Homeless Families, 209 South Tracy Avenue, Bozeman, MT 59771, 406-582-7388. Family Promise of Gallatin Valley is a nonprofit network of interfaith organizations working together to end homelessness. They provide shelter assistance and full-time case management to families experiencing homelessness, and connect families to services they need.

Love, INC (In the Name of Christ) – Serving Gallatin County Residents in Need – No Judgment, Just Love.  Gallatin County Love INC is a call center. If you need to speak with one of their volunteers about a need you have, call the help line Monday-Thursday between 10am-2pm at 406-587-3008. Love, INC responds to a variety of needs. Their cadre of volunteers attempt to provide: clothes, bedding, furniture, appliances, moving help, computers, personal care items, car care, skill classes – financial, resolving conflict. Call them or visit them at their website:

Food and Meals
Food Bank (586-7600) – for those out of food and who need resources due to an emergency, their food banks offer a five to seven day supply of food. The box size depends on the number of people in the household. Perishable food items are available on an “as received” basis through their food rescue program. 602 Bond Street
Bozeman, MT 59715.

• Senior Center – Meals served in a dining space that can host up to 300 people. Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm. If you have any questions, feel free to call them at 586-2421, 807 North Tracy Bozeman, MT 59715 . 406-586-2421.

Summer Meals Program for Kids and Teens – FREE, healthy meals are available at meal sites across Bozeman. They offer a safe, supervised location where kids and teens can stay active and spend time with friends while enjoying healthy meals. There are no applications to fill out and programs do not require proof of income.  Please visit or text “lunch” to 877 877

Community Café (406.587.4225) – They provide family-friendly meals 7 days a week from 5pm-7pm every day of the year! The Community Cafe is Montana’s only Pay What You Can Cafe open 365 days per year from 5pm – 7pm. YOU set the price.  They are located at 302 N. 7th Avenue in the former Frontier Pies building, sharing the block with the Royal 7 Motel.

The Warming Center (585-4877) – The Warming Center offers seasonal shelter to anyone in need- families with children, single adults, and couples are welcome.  Separate sleeping areas are provided. The Warming Center is located at 2104 Industrial Drive in Bozeman (corner of Griffin and Industrial).  The Center is open 7 pm—7 am 7 days per week during the winter months. Check-in is from 7-11 pm.

Family Promise – The Overnight Shelter program provides shelter for homeless families with children through local congregations rotating in their responsibilities on a weekly basis. Meals and transporation between the Overnight Shelter program and the Day Center is also provided. Contact Family Promise of Gallatin Valley or visit the Family Promise of Gallatin Valley website.  406-582-7388

• The Warming Center – Showers and Day Storage are now available year-round at the Warming Center on the following days and times: Mondays: 9:00am – 11:00am, Thursdays: 9:00am – 11:00am, Saturdays: 9:00am – 11:00am, 2104 Industrial Drive in Bozeman (corner of Griffin and Industrial).  

• Streamline offers fare free service throughout the Bozeman area to fulfill everyone’s transportation needs.  Streamline routes provide service to and from Bozeman, Belgrade, Four Corners, Livingston, and seasonal routes to Bridger Bowl. Streamline also connects to the the Skyline Bus System for travel to and from Big Sky. Find out more at!

For more community resources, go to on the Bozeman TC website. Public computers can be accessed at the public library.