A disabled woman in her 60s is unable to have her companion dog living with her at this time. Her dog is being kenneled until she can obtain different housing. The kennel payment is causing financial hardship. If you are able to assist with a donation, please contact Aubrey Johnson, MSW through Home and Community Based Services, 406-327-4578.

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A single disabled mother with two young children is in need of a safe and affordable car. She is looking for work and would like to get her children back into daycare and school. If you can donate a car or minivan, please call Darin at Winds of Change, 406-532-2036.

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A single, disabled man who has a long medical history with kidney transplants is in need of support. He was on Social Security, but lost it due to going back to work. Then he had a medical emergency and was unable to continue working. Now he is without Social Security and unable to work and is facing homelessness and loss of many other basic needs. He would very much appreciate any donations to keep him from homelessness. Checks or money orders can be made to Travois Village, Charter, Verizon Wireless, and any gift cards to gas stations or Walmart to purchase toiletries. If you can help, please call Justina at 406-327-3104. 

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A disabled Vietnam veteran is in need of reliable transportation. He travels to Missoula frequently for appointments and just lost his vehicle due to unrepairable engine failure. If you can donate a free or very low cost vehicle to this disabled veteran, please call Sue Ellerman, case manager at Western Montana Mental Health Center at 406-532-9748.

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A disabled male who lives on limited, fixed income, desperately needs help paying for travel expenses to attend his son's funeral in Pennsylvania. The cost of gas, hotel and food for the trip there and back will be approximately $400. Any donations would be greatly appreciated and checks could be written to Winds of Change. Please contact Kerri at 406-721-2038, Ext. 243.

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A disabled, low-income woman needed to move out of her apartment and into a new place to improve access to resources and support. Applications for financial assistance with deposit and first-month rent were set up, but fell through at the last minute. She is in need of monetary donations to help maintain her home and prevent homelessness. If you are able to make a donation, contact Emily Dillow, social work case manager with HCBS at 406-327-4593.

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