Supporting Children | Empowering Parents | Connecting Families
ParentingMontana.org provides easy-to-use tools to support your child’s success from birth through the teen years.
The Butte 4-C's (Community Coordinated Child Care) is a non-profit regional child care resource and referral agency serving children, families, and early childhood professionals in southwest Montana. They have programs to help you find quality child care, parenting supports, and assistance with affording child care for those who qualify.
The Early Childhood Services Bureau offers Best Beginnings child care scholarships to qualified low-income families whose child receives care from a licensed child care center, licensed group or family child care home, or Family, Friend, and Neighbor (FFN) child care provider.
SafeCare is an evidence based program that provides information and resources to families with children age 0-5 in the areas of health, safety, parent/child interaction, communication, and problem solving. Families spend one-on-one time with a SafeCare professional each week for approximately four to six months. SafeCare is available in most of Southwest Montana.