HRDC District 7 Human Resource Development Council
Street Address: 7 North 31st Street PO Box 2016 Billings, Montana 59103
Phone Number: (406)247-4732 or 1800-433-1411
Email Contact: email@example.com
Fax Number: (406)248-2943
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8AM-5PM
Eligibility: Varies with program. Must be economically disadvantaged according to Federal/State guidelines.
Alternative Education: A computer lab with GED software and on-site tutor will be available to those who need assistance obtaining their GED. Assistance is also available to help with the cost of the GED test and or supplies to help achieve success in academics.
LIEAP (Low Income Energy Assistance Program): Program to assist the low-income household afford their primary heating source during the heating season October through April.
HRDC Energy Assistance Program: Works with those individuals needing energy assistance through a number of programs. Website is http://www.hrdc7.org/programs/energy_services.
Weatherization: Provide energy conservation services to low-income households to make their homes more energy efficient.
WoRC (Work Readiness Component): Assistance to low-income participants who are receiving TANF cash assistance in reaching self-sufficiency and developing skills necessary for employment and job retention.
General Assistance: Program designed to assist with shelter costs and hygiene products for individuals who are unable to work and in the process of applying for SSI due to permanent disability.
Emergency Shelter Homeless Prevention Program: Program to provide emergency assistance to low-income participants to prevent homelessness.
Individual Development Accounts: Program to assist low-income families improve their income earning and savings potential. The program provides financial incentive to save while providing financial literacy classes. The goal of the program is to assist families in asset development and skills for successful economic future.
Harmony House Transitional Living Program: Provides transitional living opportunities to young homeless mothers between ages 18-21, expecting or parenting their first child. Participants receive intensive case management and transitional living services.
Growth Thru Art: Innovative visual art studio, serving adults with disabilities to promote creative expression, independence, social skills building, and community integrations.
Ask Directory: A five county directory of agency resources to assist in moving people out of poverty. Available at HRDC or an interactive version is available online at www.hrdc7.org.
Costs of Service: no fees