Butte Rescue Mission is a non-profit, tax exempt charitable organization under section 501(c)(3) of the internal revenue code


​Tax exempt ID: 81-0410116 Donations are tax deductible as allowed by law.


Phone Office: 406-782-0925

Phone Shelter 406-565-5594

Registered Charity: 81-0410116

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Services We Provide

  • Addiction recovery and relapse prevention

  • Mental health referrals and support

  • Bible Study

  • Job readiness and employment support

  • Volunteer opportunities

  • Community church integration and involvement

  • Permanent and transitional housing referrals

  • Notarization of documents Notary on-site

  • Alcoholics  Anonymous groups  

  • Devotionals 

  • Prayer

  • Clothing vouchers

  • 3 hot meals a day, 24/7, 7 days a week

  • Healthcare for the homeless (Community Health Center)

  • Path Program (Montana Mental Health Services)

  • Showers and laundry facilities 

The Shelter Process

Check-in begins at 4:30 p.m everyday.
Upon check-in, you must be able to pass a UA to be able to stay with us.

The initial emergency stay is up to 7 days. During this time, you will be assigned a Peer Navigator and begin work on an individual goals plan. Weekly extensions will be based on progress toward the completion of each individual's goals. The Peer Navigator will be able to help you with any needs you may have and refer you to many resources. The end goal is assisting the guest to transition from their homeless situation to successful independent living and self-sufficiency.

Sometimes it's just a matter of finding employment and saving some money to move back into housing. Most often though, there are factors that have contributed to their condition that need to be addressed while staying at the Mission. There may be barriers and challenges, such as lack of education, mental health issues, chemical dependency addiction, lack of good communication skills, unhealthy relationships, lack of life skills, domestic violence, or physical, emotional, and sexual abuse. These are often the factors that have contributed to their struggles in life that have led them to become homeless.



We serve three meals a day, 365 days a year. Breakfast is served at 7:30 - 9:00 a.m. Lunch is served at 11:30 - 1:00 p.m. Dinner is served at 5:30 - 7:00 p.m Meals are in our community dining room located at 610 E. Platinum St. Building B (oak house)

Clean bedding, towels, showers, laundry, and toiletries are provided to all guests free of charge.

We do the best we can to help each and every individual that walks through our doors. Yet, the homeless population continues to grow and sometimes our work seems like two steps forward and one step back. While it would be easy to become discouraged by the sheer numbers of those who are unwilling to receive any help and remain on the streets, we are profoundly encouraged by those who do experience life transformation through the services we provide.

Thanks to the generous support of caring, compassionate donors, we are able to provide or services free of charge to the seven counties we serve. Thank you!