Montana Rescue Mission Women's and Children's Shelter - Billings, MT

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2520 Minnesota Ave
Billings, MT 59101
: Phone: 406-259-3105


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    2019-09-26 14:10:01
    About 7 years ago, I stayed at the shelter with my mom who I was taking care of, and 2 of my grandsons who were 4 and 7. We were there for 7 months, I had a job working nights at a nursing home and was saving money to put on an apartment. The people at the shelter told us to pick a church and go. My life was changed (for the better). I accepted Christ in my life and growing spiritually more and more every day. I'm glad I spent that time there, i dont regret it for one second. The staff was great especially 1 woman in particular named Jean. No one wants to go into a shelter but for me it was a time of growth and the miracles I witnessed while there was truly amazing. God knows what He is doing. We need to remember that and keep faith always that everything will be ok. To any staff that reads this review: I would love to work there and get the chance to make a difference in someones life. Thank you for taking the time to read this review.

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Description: The Montana Rescue Mission Women's and Children's Shelter, located at 2520 Minnesota Ave, serves single women, and women with children.  We also provide assistance to intact families. Three nutritious meals a day are served in our dining room for shelter guests only.  Upon check-in, guests receive essential hygiene products and emergency clothing.  A public shower facility is available, to Women and Children only, Monday thru Friday 9:00am -11:00am and 2:00pm-4:00pm.  All services are free of charge.

In addition to Emergency Shelter, we offer our guests a wide variety of programs to help make their stay with us productive by providing vital tools to overcome the causes of their homelessness. We offer classes in parenting, life skills, anger management, proper nutrition and food preparation, conflict resolution, addiction counseling, and spiritual development.  In addition, there are educational opportunities to improve skills and a dedicated computer lab that can be used for resume preparation, job searches and GED preparation. Chapel services are offered on a regular basis and staff are available for one-on-one counseling.

We are available 24 hours a day.

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