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Who are we:

The Montana Kinship Navigator Program serves Kinship and Relative Caregivers for the entire state of Montana. We are a central support, resource, and referral navigator program supporting Montana's rural areas, all of Montana's 8 Native American Tribes, and Montana's urban cities. The program was founded in 2002 to offer these caregivers support, education and access to resources so they can live happier, healthier lives and can, in turn, raise children who know emotional and physical safety, excel in school and social situations and are prepared to take on the challenges of their new life. We provide resources, support and referrals to other agencies and organizations that serve kinship families. 

The goal of The Montana Kinship Navigator Program is twofold -- to support kinship families caring for children through building safety, stability, permanency and well being as well as build community capacity to link kinship families to community resources. 

Who do we serve:

We serve kinship families across the state of Montana.  If you or someone you know is caring for a child or children of a relative, we may be able to help them.  

What services to we provide:

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