YWCA Billings has been saving, changing and improving lives since 1907. Our umbrella of Transitional Services help people transition from violence and poverty to having jobs and living independently.
YWCA’s Case Management provides support and resource connections for victims as they create a vision for their future and determine the things they need to be safe and achieve that vision.
YWCA’s on-site legal support is provided by a licensed attorney for civil legal needs that survivors face like obtaining orders of protection, dissolutions of marriage, and parenting plans.
A 24-unit apartment building managed by YWCA Billings, Gateway Vista, is located on YWCA’s campus and offers affordable housing for low income individuals and families with priority given to those who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, or human trafficking.
Transitional and Rapid Re-Housing
YWCA’s Housing Navigator helps survivors locate safe affordable housing, secure rent assistance as needed, and provides other services that help survivors remain housed.