Broadwater Community Connections
Broadwater Community Connections
1Alliance Bible Church110 E Street, Townsend MT 59644Eric Bible Churcherickruegercma@gmail.comRooted in hope for lasting change through Jesus Christ. Services: Free community meeting space at The Bridge; Available community event space; financial emergency help with gas, rent, and food; Church services at the hospital; Food Pantry volunteer service; Addiction recovery programs; grief, marriage, and spiritual counseling; mid-week community life groups; Family Connect Wednesday ministry; Sunday worship services.
2American Foundation for Suicide PreventionAFSP Montana Chapter
2017 Harrison Avenue #123,
Butte MT 59701
Katie Levine406-531-4728Suicide Prevention raises awareness, funds scientific research, and provides resources and aid to those affected by suicide. A voluntary health organization that gives those affected by suicide a nationwide community empowered by research, education and advocacy to take action against this leading cause of death.
3American Legion Auxiliary Broadwater Unit #42P. O. Box 804, Townsend MT 59644Reba Johnson406-980-0991Community Support/Veteran Broadwater Unit #42 American Legion Auxiliary42rebe@gmail.comIn spirit of Service, not self, the mission of the American Legion is to honor the sacrifice of those who served by enhancing the lives of our veterans, military, and their families, both at home and abroad. For God and Country, we advocate for veterans, educate our citizens, mentor youth, and promote patriotism, good citizenship, peace and security.
4American Legion Broadwater Post 42P. O. Box 913, Townsend MT 59644-0913Jen Dalrymple406-949-3660Veteran Services / Community Legion Post #42 Townsendbroadwaterpost42@gmail.comA patriotic veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness. It is the nation’s largest wartime veterans service organization, committed to mentoring youth and sponsorship of wholesome programs in our communities, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting strong national security, and continued devotion to our fellow service members and veterans. Services: support First Responders, Care packages for deployed Active Duty service members, support Chamber and community events, member of DUI task Force and Emergency preparedness for Broadwater County, Flags on graves on Memorial Day and on Broadway May through October, scholarships to BHS senior and to Girls and Boy State; participation in Saluting Branches events for veterans facilities, member of Tri-County Legion Riders motorcycle escorts and scholarships for kids, free community Thanksgiving dinner and other free dinners for veterans, member of POW/MIA Awareness Association, maintain and operate the Veterans Club and Community Hall which is available for receptions, parties, meetings, and dinners. Cater off-site liquor events.
5Association of Montana Turf, Ornamental, and Pest Professionals173 Cottonwood Road, Townsend MT 59644Trudie Southwick406-204-0100Professional Societyhttps://amtopp.orgamtopp@amtopp.orgPromoting high standards and ethics within the turf, ornamental, and pest industry. Services: To provide educational events offering continuing education credits for MT Department of Agriculture, International Society of Arboriculture, and Urban Integrated Pest Management; Provide networking opportunities; provide a voice at state and local level on bills that affect the green industry; Provide opportunities to show support of our Veterans with work days on Montana Veterans facilities; offer scholarships to 4H and FFA students.
6Billings Clinic Broadwater (Formerly Broadwater Health Center)110 N. Oak, Townsend MT 59644William Uptegrove406-422-3144Medical Services Clinic Broadwater is a not for profit 501c3 Critical Access Hospital. Our vision is to provide this area with the best clinical quality, patient safety, service, and value. A few of our efforts:
Focus on patient experience; Integrate rural and regional healthcare; Bring services to Townsend – “Building Home Strong”
7Billings Clinic Broadwater AuxilliaryP. O. Box 614, Townsend MT 59644Donna HarperMedical Supporthttps://broadwaterhealthcenter.comvdoshowcase@yahoo.comTo provide for needs of long-term residents in the hospital nursing home, other physical amenities, and larger needs of the hospital. Recently purchased a new blood analyzer.
8Boy Scouts of America209 S. Oak St, Townsend MT 59644Josh Dutoit406-285-1418Youth Developmentwww.montanabsa.orgjoshua.dutoit@scouting.orgBuilding a Boy Scout Troop
9Broadwater Christmas Connection127 Weasel Creek Road, Winston MT 59647Bret Anderson406-980-0790Community helping neighbors without judging
10Broadwater Community FoundationP. O. Box 371, Townsend MT 59644Carole Plymale409-266-3590Community Supportwww.townsendMTcom/economic-development/broadwater-community-foundationcarole.plymale@gmail.comTo develop resources to enhance the quality of life and shape the future of Broadwater County.
11Broadwater Community Health FoundationP. O. Box 1215, Townsend MT 59644Melanie Weyant, Kwinci Tatarka406-209-3853Health & Medical Supportwww.broadwaterhealthfoundation.orgkktatarka@gmail.comTo promote and further the operations of the Billings Clinic Broadwater and support other county healthcare needs by providing high quality medical care and treatment. We accomplish this by encouraging community support and financial contributions to promote the good health of the community and Broadwater County.
12Broadwater Community Library (School and Public)201 N Spruce, Townsend MT 59644Angela access hours: The Broadwater School & Community Library has new COVID hours. M-F 2-4pm call in (406-441-3433) for parking lot pick up; 4-7 open to public. Sat 9-3pm. Masks required; no computers available, but free internet access on your own device. Summer reading program, internet access for private computers, copy machine, book clubs, story hours, tax forms, and numerous other resources.
13Broadwater Community Theater35 River Road, Townsend MT 59644Nancy Marks406-266-3710Youth Fine Artsmtskydog@mt.netBroadwater Community Theater, housed at The Lodge in Townsend. Plans for this committee include hosting two or three plays a year, mostly acted by local youth. Underwritten by Fun for Life.
14Broadwater Conservation District415 S. Front St, Townsend MT 59644Katie Mumford406-266-3146Agricultural in 1946, Broadwater Conservation District is committed to meeting the needs of the citizens and landowners of Broadwater County, while striving to ensure the invaluable natural resources of this great state are protected and responsibly used for today and generations to come. community support, education, and youth development
15Broadwater County 4H Council416 Broadway, Townsend MT 59644Karen Noyes406-949-4852Youth Developmenthttp://broadwater.msuextension.orgjknoyes@MT.netTo educate youth and adults for living in a global and ever changing world.
16Broadwater County Cattle WomenP. O. Box 1241, Townsend MT 59644Melanie Kimpton406-202-1826Agricultural, Youth, and Community Supportwww, County Cattlewomenbroadwatercattlewomen@gmail.comTo support the livestock industry and its environment through communication, education, and legislative action. Services: Provide free lunches for Ag Day at Townsend Schools;
17Broadwater County Development CorporationP. O. Box 698, Townsend MT 59644John Hahn406-202-1050Economic Developmentwww.townsendmt.combcdc@mt.netAttract, retain and expand businesses in Broadwater County and support infrastructure and beautification efforts. Services: Provide Storefront Improvement Grants.
18Broadwater County Fair Board106 Rauser Ln, Toston MT 59643John Rauser406-949-1733Agricultural / Community Supportwww.townsendfairgrounds.comrauserdurocs@msn.comThe Broadwater County Fair Board is in charge of planning and organizing the annual county fair, including vendors, entertainment, open class fair entries, and help to oversee the successful operations of the Fairgrounds year round.
19Broadwater County Farm Bureau62 Duck Creek Road, Townsend MT 59644Chuck Plymale406-266-3590Agricultural Supportcarole.plymale@gmail.comMontana Farm Bureau is a grassroots organization dedicated to preserving and improving agriculture and natural resources. Broadwater Co. Vision - Leading Montana Agriculture toward a future with a prosperous agriculture economy and thriving rural communities.
20Broadwater County Public Health124 N. Cedar, Townsend MT 59644Teresa Monson406- 266-5209Medical, Community improve the health and safety of the residents by promoting health and wellness and preventing disease. Sponsors annual bike rodeo.
21Broadwater County Search & Rescue21 Placer Rd, Townsend MT 59644John Hedstrom406-949-0016Community Support"That others may live". Services: Members are on-scene for all outdoor activities in the county such as fishing tournaments, ATV run, etc.
22Broadwater County Social Services CommitteePO Box 342, Townsend MT 59644Jill Flynn406-441-3456Community Support promote well-being for all Broadwater County residents by assisting and developing programs that serve to build a healthy community. BCSSC is a 501(c)3 umbrella as well as a networking committee. The Kids Count program provides school supplies and clothing to families who apply.
23Broadwater County Trust Board515 Broadway, Townsend MT 59644Steve McCullough406-980-0181Recreationwww.broadwatercountytrustboard.combroadwatertrust@gmail.comTo manage the interest funds from the Trust Fund corpus to facilitate recreational development in Broadwater County. To develop and utilize a Trust Fund Grant application, application process, evaluation and tracking process for soliciting and awarding grants for recreational development projects. To advise the County Commission on management and development of the Silos Recreation Area Campground. To assist the Commission and the public to identify recreational needs. Finalize Master Plan for Fairgrounds Improvements.
24Broadwater County Victim Witness Advocate515 Broadway, Townsend MT 59644Brooke Dolan406-266-9237Legal Serviceshttps://www, support and aid victims of crime as they move through the criminal justice process; to provide them with assistance, services, and resource information; to promote participation in the criminal justice system by educating victims about their rights and to advocate for the enforcement of these rights; and to coordinate with other community agencies to ensure continuity of support for victims.
25Broadwater County/City of Townsend Recreation Board515 Broadway, Townsend MT 59644Dr Adam Six406-266-9211Recreationbroadwaterrecreation406@gmail.comTo promote, facilitate, and maintain recreational resources and opportunities in the City/County area.
26Broadwater Early Childhood Advocates126 North Walnut, Townsend MT 59644LaReissa Swenson, Phyllis Oliver406-980-1741Youth DevelopmentOur mission is to be a supportive community resource, working with community partners for young children and their families in the interest of early learning. The group brought the Dolly Parton Imagination Library to Broadwater County. Any child under 5 can receive a free book each month. Registration brochures are available at the Library, Courthouse, Extension Offfice, Health Center, Public Health Department, and several child care providers.
27Broadwater Educational FoundationP. O. Box 732, Townsend MT 59644Jackie Smith406-459-3064Youth Educational FoundationBroadwaterEdFoundation@gmail.comTo achieve academic excellence through enhanced classroom opportunities and experiences for K-12 public school students within the Townsend School District No. 1. Services: Provide grants to support academics.
28Broadwater FFA201 N. Spruce. Townsend MT 59644Jemma Loughery406-441-3423Youth makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education.
29Broadwater FFA Alumi and Supporters3535 MT HWY 284, Townsend MT 59644Hugh Braaten406-439-8873Youth Developmenthugh@bestsod.comFFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education.
30Broadwater Food PantryP. O. Box 1164, Townsend MT 59644Don Peace406-266-1325Community Supportcd2peace@mt.netTo provide a safety net for Broadwater County residents ensuring that no one goes hungry. Collecting donations for those in need. A 100% volunteer organization.
31Broadwater Historical Society & MuseumP. O. Box 614, Townsend MT 59644Brian Broadwater County history. Services: Research family histories and historical topics, publish "What Happened Today in History?" series, accept historical donations, publish "Broadwater Bygones", sell historical books by local authors, digitize local newspapers online ( done up to 1973 now)
32Broadwater Mental Health Local Advisory CouncilP. O. Box 218, Townsend MT 59644Mary Ellen Schnur406-266-3515Mental Healthmeventures@3riversdbs.netThe purpose of the MHLAC is to assist, in a manner it determines to be most productive, in strengthening public mental health services in Broadwater County and to provide input and recommendations to the MHLAC, Montana Department of Health and Human Services and the community.
33Broadwater ReporterP. O. Box 218, Townsend MT 59644Bobbi Reporterbroadwaterrptr@mt.netThe Broadwater Reporter is committed to community, maintaining freedom of speech, and strives for excellence in everything we publish, print and design.
34Broadwater Rod and Gun ClubP. O. Box 417, Townsend MT 59644Brad Peck406-209-8651Recreationdebi.randolph@gmail.comTo promote interest in hunting, fishing and other sports and conservation activities throughout Montana, including the use of archery equipment and firearms for marksmanship in all its phases, including archery, rifle, pistol and shotgun practice and matches, and to conduct any such activities as are incidental thereto
35Broadwater Rodeo and Fair AssociationP. O. Box 417, Townsend MT 59644Wynn provide a fun and safe environment for the youth and adults of Broadwater County to participate in, watch, and enjoy the sport of rodeo.
36Broadwater Rural Fire District130 S. Cedar Street, Townsend MT 59644Ed Shindoll/Tom Shindoll406-949-5535Fire County Rural Volunteer Fire;To protect property and preserve life safety during a fire, and all other services necessary for all of our citizens in Broadwater County
37Broadwater Shrine Club314 N. Cherry, Townsend MT 59644Chuck McLane,406-266-3832Medical Services / Youth Development Hospitals for Children provide specialty care to children up to age 18 with orthopedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries, and cleft lip and palate, regardless of the families' ability to pay. All care and services are delivered in a family centered environment.
38Broadwater-Missouri Water UsersP. O. Box 325, Townsend MT 59644Daniel Davis406-266-3301Agricultural Supportbmwu@mt.netTo ensure that Broadwater-Missouri irrigation water is distributed and used consistent with the Water Marketing Contract, Water Purchase Contract and good management practices and to promote good water and soil conservation practices along with maintaining the total irrigation system to the degree necessary to preserve the capacity and condition of the facilities.
39Bulldog Pups Preschool16 Sullivan Ridge Way, Townsend MT 59644Jennifer Olinger406-459-3597Child Careteamolinger5@gmail.comBulldog Pups Preschool, offers private preschool for ages 3-5. Instilling a love for learning and exploration of life. Services: Daycare; camps
40Canton Church Restoration Inc.Canton Church Foundation, P. O. Box 493, Townsend MT 59644Chris Wright484-802-8402Historic independent organization dedicated to the restoration and maintenance of the Canton Church historic building in Broadwater County, Montana. Any donations made to the Foundation are used to maintain the church and do not go to the Catholic Diocese. Services: Preserve the church building; provide 6 performing arts and historical events each summer; host the middle school students each year and provide a history of Broadwater County lesson.
41Canton Valley Woman's Club409 N. Walnut, Townsend MT 59644Bonnie Berglund406-266-3043Community SupportTo primarily help the Townsend Community to make improvements in any way we can. Services: Award grants to needy cause; Help women at Christmas time; put up a bench at Heritage Park; support Christmas Connection;
42Canyon Ferry Physical Therapy510 N. Front St., Townsend MT 59644Dr. Wanda Lambott406-266-9945Medical / Physical Therapywandalambott@hotmail.comcanyonferrypt@mt.netProviding compassionate, expert, outpatient physical therapy services to a diverse patient population since 2008. In network provider with most insurance companies.
43Center for Mental Helath - Crisis Resources515 Broadway, Townsend MT 59644406-443-7151

Crisis Services Center for Mental Health partners with people and communities to produce exceptional, integrated mental health and substance abuse services. Services Available in Broadwater County: Children’s Case Management, Adult Therapeutic Aide, Adult Case Management, Outpatient Therapy, Outpatient Medical Services, Veteran’s Affairs, Case Management, Veteran’s Affairs, Psychiatry Services, and Medication management. Or try: Youth Crisis 761-2100; Voices of Hope 406-453-4357 or 211 WarmLine 877-688-3377; MT Suicide Prevention Line 800-273-8255
44Century Link Lifeline Program800-201-4099 800-244-1111Family Services Assistance Program Overview:
Recognizing the important benefits associated with phone access and concerned that low-income households may not be able to afford phone service on their own, the federal government created the Lifeline Assistance program in 1985. Consumers who qualify based on federal or state-specific eligibility criteria can obtain discounted or free phone service through the Lifeline Assistance program. Assurance Wireless provides eligible consumers with free monthly data, unlimited texting, free monthly minutes plus a free Smartphone.
45Crimson Bluff's Chapter of Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage FoundationP. O. Box 1034, Townsend MT 59644Mike Castleberry/ Sharon Doig406-266-3908Historic mission is to educate the public what the Lewis and Clark Expedition experienced between the Gates of Mts. and Three Forks: the Crimson Bluffs; York's 8 Islands (just added to NRHP which our chapter spearheaded); and the 2nd Gates of the Mts. We hold monthly meetings open to all, host speakers, distribute our Self-Guided Auto-Tour brochure, & maintain a detailed website.
46Crisis Text Line406-741-741Crisis Services Text Line serves anyone, in any type of crisis, providing access to free, 24/7 support via a medium people already use and trust: text. Get help with: Anxiety, bullying, coronavirus, depression, emotional abuse, loneliness, school stress, sexual abuse, suicide. To access this service, Montanans who prefer to communicate via text message can text 'mt' to the number 741-741 and a crisis counselor will respond immediately to provide assistance. The free service is available 24/7.
47Deep Creek Cemetery Association of Broadwater CountyP. O. Box 12, Townsend MT 59644John Hahn406-202-1050Perpetual Care Cemeteryhahnsupply@mt.netWe are a perpetual care cemetery and strive to maintain and keep the cemetery as beautiful and nice as we can.
48Elkhorn Community Fellowship Church126 N. Cedar, Townsend MT 59644Eric Crusch406-949-0183Religionicrusch2003@yahoo.comTo be Christ's reflection by connecting with God and people. Services: Wednesday night kids program (K-5th grade); Chaplain for Sheriff's Office.
49Faith Baptist ChurchP. O. Box 454, 5 Jack Farm Road, Townsend MT 59644Mike Wenzel406-266-4219Religion us as we grow in the Word of God, learning how to have a closer relationship with our heavenly father. Services: Provide visitations at the nursing home two months of the year and sing for the residents every Thursday evening.
50Girl Scouts of AmericaMelissa Meissner406-521-0745Youth
51Helena Playable Playgrounds68 Hills Brothers Rd,
Clancy MT 59634
Stacy Sommer303-949-7055Youth's Playable build and improve playgrounds in and around the Helena Area to make them more playable for all. Works under Helena Recreation Foundation. In addition to many parks in Helena has organized improvements to the Broadwater School playground.
52Helping Hands Townsend424 N. Pine St, Townsend MT 59644Dee Gannon406-949-0078Community Hands Townsenddeedaleame@yahoo.comTo provide the community with clothing and housewares at discounted prices; and to provide financial support for Broadwater County organizations, individuals, and families in times of need.
53Holy Cross Catholic ChurchP. O. Box 610, 101 S. Walnut, Townsend MT 59644Father Cody Williams406-266-4811Religionholycrossmt.orgfrcwilliams@holycrossmt.orgHoly Cross Parish is a Roman Catholic parish that serves Christ the King, under the protection of the Blessed Virgin Mary with the intercession of the communion of Saints. We are in union with the Roman Pontiff and the Bishop of Helena. Our faith, hope, and love flow from the center of our parish family’s life: the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. From there we are compelled to love God, love our neighbor as ourselves, and “Go make disciples."
54Infinite Hope Counseling, LLC108 N. Front St, Suite C, Townsend MT 59644Jennifer Beatty406-980-0672Behavioral Health Hope Counseling serves others by providing the highest quality, professional mental health services through progressive, compassionate, and confidential care. The Infinite Hope website maintains a thorough list of resources including: addiction services; adolescent career development; advocacy services; disability services; domestic violence/intimate partner abuse; education; food, housing, and public assistance; legal services; licensing boards; medical care; mental health services; native American services; online mental health education resources; prescription assistance; prenatal mood and anxiety disorder support; psychiatric inpatient and crisis stabilization services; psychiatrists/psychiatric practioners; psychologists; senior services; suicide prevention services; veteran services; and youth services.
55Just Serve.orgInternet onlyVolunteer is a website where the volunteer needs of organizations may be posted and volunteers may search for places to serve in the community, providing opportunities to help those in need and enhance the quality of life in the community.
56Knights of ColumbusP. O. Box 245, Townsend MT 59644Richard Majszak406-980-1447Community
57Missouri Valley Marketing515 Broadway, Townsend MT 59644Nicole Brown406-266-9211Community promote and enhance business awareness and local businesses and organizations in the area including and not limited to tourism for the good of the entire Missouri Valley. Services: County-wide Garage Sale, Spring Clean-up Day, Santa Claus at Christmas Stroll, Wine-Tasting Events, Spook Run, financial support for other community events.
58Motion and Mind128 Hwy 12 EKatherine Humphrey406 544-5598Medical Servicestownsendmtpt.commnm3hab@gmail.comI love helping working and retired adults in need of musculoskeletal, balance, or edema treatment. I also consult with VA and volunteer with AARP on home updates and adaptations for aging in place.
59MSU Extension – Broadwater County416 Broadway, Townsend MT 59644Allison Kosto406-266-9242Youth Development, Education; Extension in Broadwater County extends unbiased research-based knowledge from the university to local citizens. Extension provides access to information and educational opportunities in agriculture and natural resources, 4-H youth development, community development and family consumer sciences.
60MT Business Assistance Connection225 Cruse Avenue, Suite D, Helena MT 59601Brian Obert406-465-0619Economic Development Business Assistance Connection (MBAC)/Gateway Economic Development District (GEDD) provides economic development services to communities in Lewis and Clark, Broadwater, and Meagher Counties. MBAC works to improve the economy and livability of our communities by enhancing the area business climate, diversifying the local economy, expanding the tax base, and enhancing local employment opportunities. MBAC provides a variety of services to communities and businesses including assisting new and existing businesses with loans and access to financing options.
61MT DPHHS Suicide Prevention Information & Resources800-273-8255Suicide Prevention is Treatable-Suicide is Preventable. If you are in crisis and want help, call the Montana Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 24/7, at 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255).
62MT Peer Network515 Broadway, Townsend MT 59644Melinda Holum406-521-0370Mental
#MT Youth Apprenticeship Partnership Program201 N Spruce, Townsend MT 59644Kelly Creswell406-422-1275 ext. 804Youth Developmentkcresswell@reachhighermontana.orgThe Montana Youth Apprenticeship Partnership (MYAP), has partnered with the Montana Registered Apprenticeship program to provide hands-on work experience for high school students before they even graduate.
63Old Baldy Recreation Association (Old Baldy Golf Course)P. O. Box 131, Townsend MT 59644Kory Bakkum406-461-5116 406-266-3121Recreation provide a fun, enjoyable, and affordable golf experience in Broadwater County. Old Baldy Recreation Association is a non-profit organization formed to create and maintain the Old Baldy Golf Course. It is a 9-hole course with no water hazards. No reservations are required and greens fees are on an honorary basis. Greens fees Summer $15/9 holes; $25/18 holes; Winter (Nov-Mar) $5/day when temporary greens are being played; Cart rental $15/9 holes; $25/18 holes. Annual memberships available. The course is open to the public from sunrise to sunset. Discounts for students using the course and the BHS golf team can use the course free during the school golf season.
64Pathfinder Childcare131 S. Spruce St, Townsend MT 59644Amanda Hazlett406-558-9904Child Care believe that loving children and giving them a solid foundation for their future is the most important work.
65Radersburg Baptist Church7 Main Street Radersburg, Toston MT 59643Richard Summerlin406-410-0458 406-410-0219Religion to point every seeker of truth to the only real truth-Jesus Christ.
66Radersburg Cemetery AssociationP. O. Box 105, Toston MT. 59643Brandon HossfeldCommunity Support provide a dignified final resting place for deceased persons
67Radersburg Historical Preservation Inc.P. O. Box 96, Toston MT 59643Alan and Deb Historical Preservation;Mission: To Preserve and restore a piece of Montana History. To provide for the upkeep and maintenance of the grounds of the Radersburg school.
68RMDC Homestead Manor Senior Apartments and Townsend Housing Senior ApartmentsP. O. Box 354, Townsend MT 59644Julie Densmore406-437-4411Senior Services provide safe, healthy homes that are affordable to residents of the Tri-County area. All units are designated for seniors 62 and older or people with disabilities. Rent is calculated as 30% of your adjusted gross income.
69Rocky Mountain Breeders Association (RMBA)2684 MT Hwy 284, Townsend, MT 59644Jan; www.facebook Rocky Mountain Breeders;Development, promotion, and marketing of quality stock and performance horses. It comprises over 50 ranches raising quarter horses, paints, Arabians, organs, and appaloosas. RMBA represents over 1000 horses, including some great stallions and excellent bloodlines. Most of our members reside in Montana, but we also have members from other surrounding western states.
70Rocky Mountain Breeders Association (RMBA)2684 MT Hwy 284, Townsend, MT 59644Jan; www.facebook Rocky Mountain Breeders;Development, promotion, and marketing of quality stock and performance horses. It comprises over 50 ranches raising quarter horses, paints, Arabians, organs, and appaloosas. RMBA represents over 1000 horses, including some great stallions and excellent bloodlines. Most of our members reside in Montana, but we also have members from other surrounding western states.
71Rocky Mountain Development Council (RMDC)200 S Cruse St, Helena MT 59601Samara Lynde406-457-7319Community;To strive to improve quality of life and promote self-sufficiency for individuals and families. Programs offered address community needs including energy assistance, food and nutrition, senior volunteer opportunities, Rocky Mountain Head Start and Rocky Mountain Preschool Center.
72Rocky Mountain Development Council, Head StartP. O. Box 1717, Helena MT 59624Ashley Pena-Larsen406-457-7308Early Childhood Education and Family;Be a supportive and safe learning environment for children and families by enhancing their sense of belonging and self-worth while encouraging them to reach their highest potential.
73Rocky Mountain Development Council-Area IV Agency on Aging, Montana Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP)200 S Cruse St, Helena MT 59601Michele Mathot406-441-3985Medical Services, Senior Serviceswww.rmdc.netmmathot@rmdc.netThrough Montana SMP, senior volunteers help fellow seniors become pro-active consumers identifying potential mistakes, abuse or fraud in medical billing. The volunteers use Montana SMP tools to teach seniors how to understand their Medicare Summary Notices and to compare them with other health care bills to determine any balances owed. Services: Montana SMP volunteers also give presentations in the community to help educate consumers, their families and caregivers about waste, fraud and abuse in the Medicare system. SHIP (State Health Insurance Program) 800-551-3191
74Rotary Club of TownsendP. O. Box 1192, Townsend MT 59644Jeff Langlinais918-914-2055Community;“Service Above Self”. The go-to service Club in Townsend, Rotary organizes Fall Fest and Slice of Summer events and relies on community volunteers and sponsorships to make them successful. Money raised at Fall Fest funds our projects. Important youth projects include scholarships, leadership and team training, and sponsorship of Townsend's Interact Club. Other activities include holiday and senior citizen projects.
75Ryland KM Foote Memorial Fund dba Fun For Life35 River Road, Townsend MT 59644Nancy Marks406-266-3710Community Supportmtskydog@mt.netTo provide activities for children that stimulate their interest in the fine arts, performing arts and languages, and to develop their talents and skills. Services: provide grants for students to purchase musical instruments; provide scholarships for music lessons; to go to music and performing arts workshops and camps; support community theatre; help fund performing arts equipment at the school and Lodge; sponsor Starlite Talent Show; provide funding for community performing arts events.
76Sapphire Behavioral Health214 Broadway Townsend MT 59644LaReissa Swenson406-916-7771Behavioral Healthlswensonsbh@outlook.comOur mission is to normalize the human condition and empower others to maintain and create a high-quality life through compassionate behavioral health services. Sapphire Behavioral Health cultivates strong relationships and encourages confidence in self to discover sincere opportunities where the utilization of personal gifts will strengthen resiliency, community, and spirit
77Sarah Holland Daycare631 N Pine St., Townsend MTSarah Holland406-266-3473Child Carehollandbigsky@q.comLicenced Family size daycare where children are kept safe to play and learn while parents work.
78Serenity Point Assisted Living128 US Hwy 12 East, Townsend MT 59644Heather LaCotta406-266-3711Senior Care;To create a peaceful and warm environment that is enveloped in love so that the residents feel like they are at home. Assisted Living. Services: Provide Motion and Mind Physical Therapy 2 times per week for residents and the public.
79Set Free Christian Fellowship Townsend, Inc.11 Cottonwood Road, Townsend MT 59644Bill Bergstad406-461-0135Religionbbergstad@gmail.comDeveloping people to spiritual maturity through Bible studies, small groups, seminars, retreats, and a Bible school for our members. Services: Do a ministry at the Detention Center every Sunday. Do a Set Free Recovery open meeting every Sunday at the Bridge, 107 E. Street.
80Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church301 N. Cherry, Townsend MT 59644Anna Viehland, Daryl Blumhagen406-980-0800Religion;Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church is a congregation of the Montana Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). Services: Sponsor Swim and Float; Free Community Room for Events; Quilters group donates quilts to Christmas Connection and others;
81Shoot for the Cure Montana589 Gurnett Creek Road, Townsend MT 59644Mary Huth-Al Bodle406-266-3659 406-949-1004Medical Support;Shoot for the Cure Montana is a benefit 3-D archery shoot held at the Huth Ranch at the foot of the Big Belt Mountains near Townsend, Montana. All proceeds are donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
82Silver Sage Counseling12 N. Walnut, Townsend MT 59644Teddy Lewis406-439-9215Addiction
83Silver Springs Assisted Living35 Carroll Drive, Townsend MT 59644Jason George or Tiffany Rauser406-980-1117Senior
84Songbird Pediatric Speech Therapy210 N. Cherry St, Townsend MT. 59644Julie Swanson406-461-7486Youth Development/Speech Therapy Pediatric Speech Therapy serves the needs of children in the Townsend area with specialized, individual speech-language therapy to address speech/language/communication challenges.
85St. Peter's Townsend Clinic515 South Front Street, Townsend MT 59644Todd Wampler MD406-457-4180Medical Services;We partner with our patients and the community to provide exceptional and compassionate health care.
86STOKE: Science, Technology, Outdoors, Knowledge, and Entrepreneruship708 Dry Gulch, Townsend MT 59644Tina Homann406-360-4408Youth Lodge of;;Offering exploratory programs in the subject areas for young people to identify their passion through college, trade school, apprenticeship, or entrepreneurship and apply it to a real-world career. Partnering with American Jobs for American Youth in Helena.
87The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints916 Broadway, Townsend MT 59644Aaron Christensen406-461-8956Religion, Community,www.churchofjesuschrist.orgaaronchristensen406@gmail.comThe mission of the Church is to bring others to Christ and to help them feel the Savior’s love through ministering to their spiritual and temporal needs.
88The Learning Place10 Lightning Barn Lane, Townsend MT 59644Chelsea Rauser406-459-5999Child Care;The Learning Place is a Family Child Care facility in Townsend MT with a capacity for 6 children.
89The Lodge of Townsend708 Dry Gulch, Townsend MT 59644Tina Homann406-360-4408Community Lodge of;;To provide a comfortable gathering place for all ages, for the benefit of our community.
90Thrivent Financial201 W. Main, Suite A&B, White Sulphur Springs MT 59645Sarah Hamlen406-209-7679Community Supportwww.;Helping Christians to be wise with money and live generously. Service: Members of Thrivent can designate Action Team debit cards and Thrivent Choice 501c3 dollars to church and community projects.
91Townsend Area Chamber of CommerceP. O. Box 947, Townsend MT 59644Bobbi Meehan406-266-3741Community Support;The Townsend Area Chamber of Commerce is a community organization dedicated to the following in Broadwater County: improving the quality of life; developing and instilling a positive attitude; increasing community involvement; increasing community participation, awareness, and education; improving the economic climate in which commerce, industry, and agriculture will flourish.
92Townsend Booster ClubP. O. Box 902, Townsend MT 59644Natalie Horne406-202-3545Youth Development;Through contributions from its members, the Booster Club has provided financial assistance for improvements to Townsend Schools athletics and activities.
93Townsend Broadwater County Lions ClubP. O. Box 907, Townsend MT 59644Richard Heida406-273-2043Community Support;To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding. Services: Perch Derby, Blindness; Youth Leadership Camp, Scholarships, Collect eyeglasses that are refurbished and sent to South America; Boys State/Girls State, Senior Christmas Dinner and Light Tour, diabetes research, river blindness, support various other community events.
94Townsend Farmer's Market2636 MT Hwy 284, Townsend MT 59644Drew Hettinger406-422-7933Community Farmer's;The Townsend Farmer's Market exists to provide Broadwater County vendors the opportunity to market sustainable local produce, foods, crafts, technology, art and music. There is no table fee for non-profit functions.
95Townsend Fast Pitch13 Windy Meadow Drive, Townsend MT 59644Erin Fryer406-740-7005Recreationtownsendfastpitch@gmail.comTo provide our girls another sports opportunity. Soliciting sponsorships and donations to help defray partcipation costs for girls and for field maintenance.
96Townsend Garden Club & StudyP. O. Box 56, Toston MT 59643Marilyn Lane406-266-5172Recreationracing26@mt.netI believe in her people, her boys and girls. I will make myself a Community of one to make this a more beautiful place to live, and a mighty hard place to leave, I believe in the preservation of roadside beauty. I believe in trees, "God's first temples" grass instead of ash heaps and tin cans; flowers instead of weeds. Services: Give at least one $500 scholarship to a graduating senior every year. Blue Star Memorial garden, and raised bed project at Homestead Manor.