CKST General Assistance (GA)
P.O. Box 278,
Pablo, MT 59855
406.275.2700 (In DHRD Department)
Closed Federal Holiday
Schedule Doctor Appointments
1.) INDIAN BLOOD
3.) ASSISTANCE FROM OTHER GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS
4.) ACCEPTANCE OF AVAILABLE EMPLOYMENT
5.) INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN (IDP)
Energy Share of Montana
Applications are reviewed by local committees. HRDC personnel take applications, review them for completion, and work with the committees to determine application approval. The committees are made up of representatives from local utility companies, electric cooperatives, senior citizen population, public assistance offices, local schools, local churches, low income population, and minority population(s). The HRDCs and local committees work within broad contractual guidelines to award assistance to Montanans facing energy emergencies. Income is taken into consideration, but because we’re privately funded we aren’t restricted to certain income guidelines. The need of the household, level of emergency and available funds are all factors that weigh heavily when determining who will receive Energy Share assistance.
Energy Share of Montana is a nonprofit organization that helps Montanans overcome energy emergencies and move toward self-reliance.
OPA (Office of Public Assistance) Polson
59627 Hwy 93,
Polson, MT 59860
*Access of S.N.A.P (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Child Care Assistance, Energy Assistance, Medicaid, and TANF (cash assistance). Provides support for TANF participants to transition into employment and become self-sufficient. Educate people on job hunting, assist with resumes, make job referrals and provide supportive services for employment-related expenses.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) - Formerly Food Stamps
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) - Cash assistance
Health Coverage Assistance - Medicaid, Healthy Montana Kids, health insurance assistance and tax credits through the federal Health Insurance Marketplace