We had a great turn out for our June 18th education event! A panel of amazing women from the University of Montana’s TRIO Program, Disability Services for Students, Office for Student Success, Admissions, as well as from The Lifelong Learning Center shared information on finishing high school, prepping for college, and strategies for being successful in pursuing your education. Since […]
In Volume 8 of the Strong Moms Ask for Help Newsletter, we explore ways that social media can warp our sense of reality when it comes to parenting, we offer cool tips and resources for keeping it real, and share ways to engage with Mountain Home. So check it out, then let us know what […]
A new mobile baby clothing and accessory thrift store with affordable or free stuff for low-income families is now rolling around the Missoula community. Mountain Home Montana, a local nonprofit that’s been serving young mothers and children for 18 years, has launched the innovative new service in an effort to create more access to affordable, […]
Two women sat in front of Shopko off South Reserve Street collecting donations late last week for Mountain Home Montana as part of the second annual Community Baby Shower. The event, which continues through the end of June, is co-organized by Soroptimist International of Missoula, which works to improve the lives of women and girls. “We […]
We are excited to announce Mountain Home’s new project, ‘Rattle & Roll,’ set to launch this spring!
We’re offering up advice about “shark music,” an invitation to movie morning, and safety resources for your child. Check it out!
Asking for help is a strength. Especially when it comes to mental health care, taking care of our minds, our moods, our fears.
In response to Gov. Steve Bullock’s request for state agencies to reduce their budgets by 10 percent, the Department of Public Health and Human Services is proposing two significant reductions in services to young families provided by Mountain Home Montana.
Mountain Home’s Supported Employment Program is a win-win for moms and for employers. From the mom’s perspective: “A job means for me stability, being able to take care of my kids. I can get them food, make sure they have clothes…I can have stableness in my life, because I haven’t had that throughout my life.” […]