Young single mothers with children make up the largest percentage of Montana’s homeless population. Harmony House transitional living program provides a supportive, nurturing place to learn and grow while creating harmony in the lives of young women and their babies.
How can I apply?
Click the link below to download an application.
Who is eligible?
Homeless pregnant or parenting mothers ages 18-21 residing in the state of Montana who are TANF eligible.
How long will I receive services?
Mothers and their children are provided up to 12 months of on-site transitional living and up to 6 months of aftercare.
What other services will I receive?
Residents of Harmony House take part in life-skills training, parenting classes, peer support groups, budgeting and financial literacy as well as recreational activities.
Will I have my own room?
Harmony House recognizes the importance of privacy, giving each mom their own private room with her baby. However, meals are prepared in a shared kitchen and our shared family room, laundry room and meeting room spaces support healthy relationships amongst mothers and children.
What is expected of me as a resident of Harmony House?
Residents are required to complete 30 hours of productive time each week including HSE, high school or college classes and/or work training programs.
What level of support can I expect in return?
Through our intensive case management, coupled with wrap-around supportive services, we will help you every step of the way in goal setting, developing the skills you need to become self-sufficient, embracing healthy parenting skills, finding and maintaining employment, and living in permanent, safe, and affordable housing.
For more information:
Phone: 406-247-4732 or 800-433-1411
This project is funded in whole or in part under a Contract with the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. The statements herein do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Department.