Family Promise and Community Health Partners Open New Facilities in Bozeman | ABC Fox Bozeman
BOZEMAN, Mont – The non-profit organization Family Promise of Gallatin Valley and Community Health Partners celebrated the opening of their new facilities on Thursday.
The two separate facilities provide affordable child care and medical services to the community.
“These organizations couldn’t do it alone, they had to reach out to the community and say we needed help and the community responded this is Bozeman at its best this is Bozeman the city that is never too busy to care about it,” Bozeman Deputy Mayor Terry Cunningham said. .
Family Promise explained that the need for their services has increased 685% over the past two years and that their new facility helps provide childcare and a resource center for these families.
The non-profit organization works with families who are on the verge of or currently experiencing homelessness.
Family Promise executive director Christel Chvilicek said: “This is where families work on all their case management goals, their showers, a full kitchen, there are areas where the kids can just be children and play, then our case managers are there. so they can sit down and work diligently every day with our case manager on what they are doing to get out of the situation they find themselves in.
Across the street from Family Promise is the Community Health Partners one-stop shop, offering medical, dental, and behavioral health services as well as a pharmacy.
Health services are available to everyone, regardless of ability to pay or insurance status.
More information on Community Health Partners can be found here.
More information about the Gallatin Valley Family Promise can be found here.
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