Young Mothers

If you are pregnant or parenting and between the ages of 16-29, we can help.

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For every mother that we served last year, another called for help.

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Are you passionate about our mission and the work we do? Volunteer today!
Asking for Help Isn't a Weakness

Asking for help is a strength.

Especially when it comes to mental health care—taking care of our minds, our moods, our fears—many moms feel that if they ask for help, they'll be judged as incapable, or "crazy." But we know from experience that moms are strongest when we admit where we’re vulnerable.

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1998

Mountain Home was founded by Laura Snyder, who created our first Board of Directors.

1999

We hosted our first annual Festival of Trees Benefit.

2000

Bonnie Hamilton donated her family home and one acre of land to the organization. We opened our doors on August 7 with room for 3 young mothers and children

2001

Our home increased to 6 bedrooms

2009

Our client qualification age range increased to 16-24 (previously 14-19)

2010

Mountain Home’s 10-year anniversary celebration

2011

Our Transitional Living Apartments opened allowing us to provide shelter for 12 mothers and children at a time, doubling our capacity

2013

Mountain Home Montana earned licensing as a Mental Health Center, enabling us to offer case management, therapy, support services, respite childcare and employment support to outpatient clients as well as residential

2015

While celebrating our 15th anniversary, we reached a milestone of having served 700 young mothers and children