Office of Disability Services at Montana State University

The Office of Disability Services works collaboratively with those on MSU's campus and the greater community to provide an equitable learning environment to students with disabilities. They provide help with housing and dietary needs, assistive animals, academic needs, and classroom/campus access.


Email: [email protected]

Phone: (406) 994-2824

Address: 137 Romney Hall, Bozeman, MT



Montana Milestones

Montana Milestones is the Part C Early Intervention Program for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities

(0-3), part of the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). The purpose of IDEA, Part C is

to support early intervention for children with development delays or disabilities. Part C is all about

helping parents and families meet the developmental needs of their infants and toddlers.


Phone: 406-444-5647



Family Outreach, Inc.

Family Outreach supports children and adults who have intellectual disabilities or developmental delays.

Services and programs include developmental information and training, behavioral supports and routine

based Early Intervention. We teach families the skills they need to assist their child with developmental,

educational, behavioral, social, and/or self-help skills.


Phone: 406-587-2477

Address: 1315 East Main, Bozeman, MT 59715


Montana Independent Living Project with Ability

Montana Independent Living Project promotes independence for people with disabilities through

information and referral, transition services, peer counseling, independent living training, and systems



Phone: 406-442-5755

Address: 2015 Charlotte, Suite 2, Bozeman, MT 59718



Aware Inc.

AWARE helps people live independent lives, birth through adulthood. AWARE delivers services for

children and families as well as people with challenging mental health, emotional, and in some

instances, physical disabilities.


Phone: 406-449-3120

Address: 225 Donna Ave, Bozeman, MT 59718