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If you think your abuser is tracking what you do online, you’re probably right. Learn more about internet and computer safety. Find helpful articles, free court forms, and other resources to help manage your finances by following the links below. 

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HUD-approved Housing Counselors

The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) trains and certifies non-profit housing counselors across the country.

Community Action Partnership and Human Development Councils

Community Action Partnership and Human Development Councils offer a range of services to people with low-income. Use their website to find a program near you.

Best Beginnings Child Care Scholarship Program

Learn about a scholarship program for 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.

Healthy Montana Kids (HMK)

Learn about programs offering free or low-cost health insurance to eligible Montana children up to age 19.

Everything You Need to Know about Food Stamps (FAQ)

Learn about how to apply for food stamps, how long the application should take, work requirements, income changes, overpayments, and what you can do if you have any problems with food stamps.

Maternal and Early Childhood Home Visiting

Learn about programs available to help learn parenting skills.

New Social Security Numbers for Domestic Violence Survivors Who Have Changed Their Names

How to change your social security number if you have changed your name and are a survivor of domestic violence.

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