* Great Falls
Some LGBTQI resources are available State-wide but for convenience we have also listed them in the Regions typically identified by State government defined regions. to see them in your region, click on the region label on the map above, or just scroll down until you find the right list. If you're having trouble finding a resource please call The Montana Family Center at (406) 200-8459.
State-Wide and National Organizations Helpful to LGBTQI Safety, Health, Fun, and Welfare.
Montana Human Rights Network The mission of the Montana Human Rights Network is to organize Montana residents to realize their power to create pluralism, justice, and equality in their communities. We challenge bigotry and discrimination, support marginalized people, and advocate for legislation that honors everyone’s basic rights. MHRN can be reached via email at: email@example.com by telephone at (406) 442-5506 or regular mail at: PO Box 1509, Helena, MT 59624
American Civil Liberty Union of Montana Our top priorities are to reform the criminal legal system and uphold Indigenous justice. We also work to protect the rights of immigrants, safeguard reproductive freedom, celebrate LGBTQ people and families, ensure voting rights, protect free speech, and more.
Empower Montana EmpowerMT creates a more just and inclusive society by developing youth and adult leaders who work to end mistreatment, correct systemic inequalities and strengthen communities across Montana. Each year EmpowerMT provides training to thousands of students and educators across Montana that empowers them with skills to create safer, more inclusive school communities. They also have OUTSTANDING support groups for youth of different ages in support of LGBTQAI causes.
Big Sky Pride for a look at celebrations for PRIDE Month and beyond.
The Imperial Sovereign Court of the State of Montana The Imperial Sovereign Court of the State of Montana (ISCSM) works to educate and advocate for the LGBTQIA and Allied community while promoting social tolerance and multiple gender expression through the production of drag performance. The ISCSM works to eliminate the historical oppression of LGBTQIA individuals through expansion of the boundaries of sex, gender, and sexual orientation by creating a safe and welcoming environment.
National Resource Center on LGBTQ Aging The National Resource Center on LGBT Aging is the country's first and only technical assistance resource center aimed at improving the quality of services and supports offered to lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender older adults.
Region 1 including the communities of Glasgow, Wolf Point, Sidney, Circle, Glendive, Ekalaka, Baker, and Miles City.
We are still identifying LGBTQI resources in Region 1 in Eastern Montana. Please see state-wide resources above.
Region 2 including Great Falls,
Planned Parenthood Great Falls offers the following services specifically for clients who identify as LGBTQ:
Hormone Replacement Therapy
PrEP available at this site. Non-binary hormone therapy also offered at this site.
Alliance for Youth The work of Alliance for Youth is founded in prevention research and seeks to improve risk and protective factors in our Cascade County, Montana community, school, family and individual environments.
Alliance for Youth, through strong stakeholder partnerships, continues to champion prevention and reduction of underage drinking and illegal drug use, abuse and dependency as well as championing improvements in mental/emotional health, delinquency, juvenile violence, school drop-out, and early childhood trauma.
Region 3 including Billings
Montana Gender Alliance, Billings:
The Montana Gender Alliance is a support and discussion group for individuals of gender diversity, their allies and supportive families. This is an open and accepting group for individuals of all ages.
This chapter meets 1st Saturday and 3rd Tuesday of every month – 6:00pm – 8:00pm in Billings, MT
MGABillings.org contact us at (406)272-2253 or at for more information and meeting location.
Planned Parenthood Billings is a great place for overall health and HRT.
1844 Broadwater #4; Billings, MT 59102 406-656-9980
Region 4 Bozeman, Butte, Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Helena, and Dillon
Contact The Montana Family Center 406-200-8459 for Transgender and Medical services in Butte
Bozeman and Livingston
On Campus Resources MSU Bozeman The MSU LGBTQ+ Resource Directory provides a list of education, advocacy, and support resources for students identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies seeking information and resources. The Diversity and Inclusion Student Commons (DISC) provides educational and social programs, support services, and resources intended to:
Raise awareness regarding sexual orientation and gender identity.
Affirm students who identify as LGBTQ+ by fostering a safe, inclusive, and multicultural environment for MSU’s LGBTQ+ community.
Support Montana State University's Diversity and Inclusion Framework by promoting the inclusion of LGBTQ+ topics in academic and extracurricular programs.
Provide information about other LGBTQ+ organizations, resources, and allied programs through outreach and community development efforts.
Bridgercare Health Our mission is to provide excellent, affordable reproductive and sexual healthcare and education in a safe, supportive, empowering atmosphere. Bridger care is a leader in training health care workers in affirming health care delivery for LGBTQAI individuals. 1288 N 14th Ave, Suite 201, Bozeman, MT 59715 | 406-587-0681
The Community Support Center is the sole provider of domestic violence/sexual assault services and operates the only safe shelter in Beaverhead & Madison counties in southwest Montana.
All services are offered free of charge. They provide 1) Crisis Intervention 2) Support Services and Advocacy 3) Preventative Education and Awareness
Region 5 Missoula, Kalispell, Libby, Hamilton, Superior, Polson
The Center The Center, formerly the Western Montana Gay and Lesbian Community Center has been around 20 years and was formed in response to the murder if Mathew Sheppard and drew a response from 100s of Missoulians to form a response to LGBTQ violence and threat of violence. The Center has resources for the entire LGBTQAI family click the link above to find out more. Drop in and say hi at 127 N Higgins, Suite 202 or give them a call at 406-543-2224 or email them at .
The Montana Family Center, Originally formed in 1989 the Montana Family Center expanded again in 2016 responding to the need for a hub for resources for individuals and family members from LGBTQAI families, Single parents, blended families, and families with more than two adults living as family (polyamory). You're on our site already to enjoy.
Partnership Health Center Is a community health center, a place where everyone in our region can receive high-quality health care and no one is turned away due to inability to pay. 401 Railroad St. W
Missoula, MT 59802 (406) 258-4789
University Congregational Church Not all churches believe the same. If you struggle with being LGBTQ and miss a spiritual home consider UCC. At UCC Missoula, we proclaim a Gospel that is Progressive, Inclusive and Inspired by the never-ending love of God. We are an Open and Affirming Congregation which means we embrace and affirm the ministry of everyone no matter their race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability/ability, age, or any other factor. 405 University Ave. Missoula, MT 59801 UCC has been a leader in community care for the LGBTQ community for over 20 years.
Gender Counseling and Therapists
Anna Peterson LCPC
129 West Kent
Missoula, MT 59801
Anna Peterson has experience in counseling trans and gender diverse youth.
Anne R. Harris, LCPC
127 N Higgins Suite 301,
Missoula, MT 59802
Phone: 406-240-9057 Fax: 406-493-0809
Jennifer S. Robohm, Ph.D. Director,
Clinical Psychology Center Dept. of Psychology
The University of Montana
1444 Mansfield Ave. Missoula, MT 59812
Medical Care and HRT
Planned Parenthood of Missoula
219 East Main Street
Missoula, MT 59802
Blue Mountain Clinic
Voice Coaching and Speech Therapy Resources.
The University of Montana RiteCare Language and Hearing Clinic
Lower Level, Curry Health Center 634 Eddy Avenue Missoula, Montana 59812
Phone: (406) 243-5261/(406) 243-2405
Fax: (406) 243-6678
Other Health and Wellness Resources
Pathways For Domestic Abuse Survivors (Missoula)
Call: (406) 542-1944 or 1-800-4837858
1130 W. Broadway Missoula, MT
Provides programs for survivors of domestic and sexual violence, walk-in counseling. Monday through Friday, 12:00-4:00PM
Missoula Open Aids Alliance
Call: (406) 543-4770
415 North Higgins Ste. 109 Missoula, MT 59802
Working to prevent the transmission of HIV while advocating for and supporting individuals living with HIV/AIDS in Montana.
Call: (406) 721-5818 - Missoula - 12-step recovery for a fellowship of relatives and friends whose lives have been affected by alcoholism.