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Community Resources

Updated: May 9, 2023

Here is a collective list of organizations serving Granite County that may be able to assist you with a variety of needs. If you have information for an agency or organization that serves a County need please email the information to Billie Ann Kulaski, at

Montana Veterans Affairs Officer, Saajid Muhammad can connect Veterans and their families with multiple services and benefits. Please call 406.533.0910 to schedule an appointment. Montana VA Health Care System

Action Inc. is located in Butte, MT but serves Granite County and provides emergency rental assistance, as well heating and weatherization services. Action Inc Butte MT | Low-Income Assistance Programs (

Area Food Banks:

Food Bank of The Valley: Irene Muchmore (406)859-4575 Jeanie Welch (406)859-3829, please leave message Anita Immenschuh (406)370-9019 Cadgie Kruger (406)529-1661

Granite County Food Pantry - 406.859.4357

12 Maxville Rd, Philipsburg, MT 59858

Philipsburg Pre-School runs in alignment with the regular school year at Philipsburg Elementary School. Scholarships are sponsored by local businesses and are available to low-income families within the community. To inquire about a scholarship contact Philipsburg Elementary School at 406.859.3232

Flint Creek Childcare Co. is a local non-profit providing childcare in the Philipsburg area. They participate in Best Beginnings Scholarship Program through DPHHS, which is available to eligible families, making childcare available at a subsidized rate. Best Beginnings Child Care Scholarship Updates: – Family Connections Montana (

Healthy Granite County Network is a local non-profit working to connect the community with available resources, specializing in behavioral and mental health services.

Network Director: Kayla Sanders

Community Health Coordinators:

Anna Bergerson, MSW, SWLC

Katie Muhly, RN

Granite County Public Health Office provide basic public health education to the County. They also offer back-to-school vaccinations for students entering Kindergarten / 7th Grade / and first year of College; as well as adult vaccinations for Shingles, Pneumonia Whooping Cough, and COVID-19.

During the Fall Public Health holds flu clinics in both Drummond and Philipsburg. For more information contact Jackie Bolster at

Montana’s Area Agencies on Aging are public or private non-profit agencies, designated by the Aging Services Bureau, to address the needs and concerns of older Montanans at the local level. The Area V Agency on Ageing Program provides assistance to citizens of Granite County. The type of assistance available includes respite care, light housekeeping, and shopping. For more information contact Jackie Bolster at

Need Help Quitting? Connect with Tri-County Tobacco Prevention Specialist, Amanda Bohrer to find out more at Amanda works within the community to provide information as well as present educational presentations for agencies and groups across the County on a variety of topics related to tobacco prevention. Additionally, visit the Granite County Courthouse, Public Health Office to pick up a "Quit Spit Kit" or a provider packet to help you quit today. You can also check out the following links:

In the Big Sky state of Montana, there are a wide variety of affordable health coverage options. Individual, family, or self-employed health plans are available through the Health Insurance Marketplace. State and federally funded programs including Medicare and Medicaid address low-income health needs. This website will provide a guide that explains your Montana affordable health insurance options in detail. Montana Health Insurance: Find Affordable Plans | Affordable Health Insurance

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