What does HRDC do?
District 6 HRDC is a community-based, nonprofit organization that partners with government, private entities and other nonprofit organizations to provide comprehensive services needed to help low-income individuals and families become self-sustaining and productive members of our community.
Who is eligible for assistance?
District 6 HRDC has more than 35 different programs that cover virtually every aspect of assistance a person may need. Each program is different and therefore has different qualifications and guidelines. If you're not sure what type of assistance you need or qualify for, where to start, or who to talk to, we can help. Call us at 1-800-766-3018 or 406-535-7488. Or email us
Click on this link for the latest Montana Department of Labor and Industry issue of Economy at a Glance
List of Programs
- State Displaced Homemaker
- Workforce Investment Act
- Employment-Related Referrals
- Childcare Resources & Referral
- Women, Infants, & Children
- Montana Tobacco Use Prevention
- Section 8 Rental Assistance
- Emergency Assistance
- Low Income Energy Assistance
- Low Income Weatherization
- Energy Share
Services are available regardless of race, color, national origin, creed, sex, religion, political ideas, marital status, age, or disability.
This website project is funded under an agreement with Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, but any statements herein do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Department.
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