Park (Livingston)

Site administrator:

Janelle Bowden
WIC Director, Park County Health Department
jbowden@parkcounty.org
(406) 222-4145

CURRENT PARK COUNTY AGENCIES, BY CATEGORY:

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

Community Health Partners
Community Health Partners (CHP) is a federally qualified community health center that offers primary medical care, integrated behavioral health, dental care, low cost medications and care coordination.

L’Esprit
+ Case Management
+ Outpatient  Therapy
+ Mentoring
+ Day Treatment
+ Home Support Services

Livingston Healthcare
Behavioral Health Services: Clinical Psychiatrists and Licensed Clinical Social Workers

MEDICAL SERVICES

Community Health Partners – DENTAL

Community Health Partners – Medical Clinic
Community Health Partners (CHP) is a federally qualified community health center that offers primary medical care, integrated behavioral health, dental care, low cost medications and care coordination.

Livingston Healthcare
+ Primary Care for Pediatrics, Obstetrics, Internal and Family Medicine Orthopedics, Immunizations, Visiting Specialists.
+ Oncology/Infusion Services
+ Rehabilitation Services:  Pediatric and Adult Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy.
+ Home Health Services
+ Health Insurance Navigators

Park County Health Department
The Park County Health Department promotes the health of individuals and families through disease surveillance, program development, and education.
+ Immunizations
+ Montana Asthma Program
+ Referrals for care

BASIC NEEDS, FOOD AND HOUSING

HRDC
+ Supportive Housing Services: Ranging from Homelessness to Homeownership
+ Energy: Help with Heat and Heating Costs
+ Food & Nutrition: Access to food groceries and meals
+ Programs for Youth: Helping at-risk youth gain and maintain employment
+ Early Childhood Care and Education: Free preschool education
+ Financial Wellness: VITA- Free Income tax preparation
+ Programs for Seniors: Help maintain independent living
+ Transportation: Public & Para transit Services

Livingston Food Resource Center
The Livingston Food Resource Center houses a community food pantry which provides emergency food assistance to individuals and families in need. A variety of food and nutrition programs for individuals, families, children, and seniors are available. In addition, we are trained to assist clients with online SNAP applications. Free medical consultations and blood pressure checks are made available on the 3rd Thursday each month.

COMMUNITY PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN

Child and Family Services

Parents as Teachers (CHP)
Parenting classes and home visiting for families with pre-school aged children

Family Outreach
Teach family and friends how to teach skills to children and adults with special needs. All programs are voluntary, free of charge, and dependent on parent or individual choice. All programs are primarily educational, and we encourage development of skills. Staff are case managers, providing support services and helping find appropriate services. We provide services that wrap around children and adults in their natural environment.

WIC – Park County Health Department
Supplemental Nutrition Education program for Women, Infants, and Children.

Head Start Early Childhood Education
HRDC Early Childhood Development is a federally funded program for preschool children aged 3 to 5 years old from low income families. HRDC Head Start is funded to serve 152 children annually with a focus of providing for healthy development of children and the strengthening of families. We encourage parents to be involved in their preschool experience. Building a strong foundation for parents to advocate in their child’s continued education. Our classroom in Livingston provides services in education, health, nutrition, mental health, and disabilities.

LIVINGSTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

PK-12 public education
A Class A, Montana Accredited, PK-12 Public School System

PK-12 special education
Services for Students with Disabilities as Identified under the Terms of the Federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

Free and Reduced School Lunch Program
Reduced-Price or Free Meals for School Students whose Parents Meet Income Criteria for Economic Disadvantage

21st Century Program (LINKS)
An after-school program for reading and math intervention and for enrichment

Adult Community Education (ACE)
Learning opportunities for adults via the public school system.

COMMUNITY RESOURCES

ASPEN
We are a caring and dedicated non-profit organization providing shelter, support, referrals, and advocacy to victims of domestic and sexual violence in Meagher, Park and Sweetgrass counties.

Aspen provides free, confidential direct services such as a 24 hour support line, emergency shelter, crisis counseling, support groups, legal advocacy, information and referrals, safety planning, emergency 911 phones, assistance with orders of protection, forensic medical exam support, community outreach, and educational programs.

Learning Partners (CHP)
Learning Partners offers adult education for people both with and without a high school diploma, and Pathways support for people on public assistance.