A family-friendly place where guests have access to multiple resources.

There has never been a time in our community where the risks families face has been greater. As a result, in January, Family Promise of Gallatin Valley (FPGV) opened our new 18,000 square foot facility. The first floor is a licensed early childhood learning center, open to all children in our community regardless of their ability to pay full price. The top floor houses Bozeman's only year-around Family Resource Center for families experiencing housing insecurity.

The Family Resource Center is a Family-Friendly Place Where Guests Have Access to:

  • A fully stocked kitchen to prepare and store food

  • Laundry facilities

  • ADA bathrooms with showers and bath

  • Computers

  • Locking storage facilities

  • Two quiet rooms

  • Children’s play area

  • A mailing address

  • Daily living essentials

  • Meeting spaces for appointments with other social service agencies, therapists, etc.

  • Comprehensive case management

  • Resources needed to take GED classes

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Kitchen Space

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Lounge Area


Kid's Play Room



Families meet with a case manager to start housing stabilization planning immediately after being assessed. Our high-touch model of care has proven to intentionally build an environment of encouragement, support, and hospitality for the families and children we serve. We address the issue of family homelessness holistically, providing prevention services before families reach crisis, shelter and case management when they become homeless, and stabilization programs once they have secured housing to ensure they remain independent. Case management is a highly collaborative process and requires mutual participation.


Case Managers Provide Families with Assistance Securing: 

  • Identification

  • Employment

  • Access to medical and dental care

  • Childcare

  • Individual Education Plans

  • School placement

  • Transportation

  • Sustainable housing

  • Interpretation services

  • Better credit scores

  • A strong support system

Case Managers also help families with:

  • Goal setting

  • Budgeting

  • Resume writing

  • Credit score improvements

  • Navigating the trauma of being homeless

  • Interpreting

  • Tenancy education

Life Skill Classes Coming Soon!

Topics include:

Parenting skills, Budgeting, Job Training, Yoga, Household Management, and other skills necessary to sustaining independence.


Family Resource Center Volunteers are much needed and greatly appreciated. Volunteering is a great way to help us ensure that we can provide quality services to families in our program and empower them to sustainable independence! We are happy to work around school/work schedules.


Volunteers help guests and staff by

  • Making meals

  • Sharing hospitality

  • Sanitizing toys and other highly used items

  • Organizing in-kind donations so that they can be easily accessed when families need items

  • Transporting guests to important meetings such as interviews, medical appointments, and housing tours



The Family Resource Center Wishlist is updated regularly with our most needed items:



For more information email or call 582-7388