Community Needs Assessment
Thank you for sharing your voice in our Community Needs Assessment survey!
By participating in our survey, you helped us understand the emerging and ongoing needs within Gallatin, Park, and Meagher counties. The responses gathered provided HRDC with information about who and what partners/agencies may be working on issues and where gaps in community services lie.
Your participation in the Town Hall Discussions was essential in augmenting your survey responses and guided discussions on critical needs in your community.
Town Hall Discussions:
HRDC invited you to a Town Hall Discussion in and about your community. We shared the results of our Community Needs Survey and heard feedback from residents in the area.
10/13 Livingston: Shane Center – Ballroom, 415 East Lewis Street Livingston, MT 59047
10/17 Belgrade: Belgrade Senior Center, 92 E Cameron Ave, Belgrade, MT 59714
10/18 White Sulphur Springs: Senior Center, 101 1st Ave SE, White Sulphur Springs, MT 59645
10/20 Three Forks: Methodist Church Annex, 124 2nd Ave E, Three Forks, MT 59752
10/24 Big Sky: Big Sky Chapel, 510 Little Coyote Rd, Big Sky, MT 59716
10/26 Bozeman: Bozeman Public Library
10/27 Manhattan: Manhattan Community Library, 200 W Fulton Ave Manhattan, MT 59741-0425
11/7 Gardiner: 210 Main St W, Gardiner, MT
11/9 West Yellowstone: Povah Center, 10 S Geyser St, West Yellowstone, MT 59758
A final step in our Community Needs Assessment will be revisiting each community to present our findings for that area. We would like to invite all residents to join us for a conversation regarding the ongoing and emerging needs that were found and how we hope to address them. We encourage you to check back to see when we will be hosting a discussion in your community! Also, be on the lookout for our full report which will be linked here as soon as it is finalized.
Thank you for taking the time to be a part of planning for your community!
For more information about HRDC’s Community Needs Assessment,
contact Maggie at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (406) 585-4861.