Human Resource Development Councils
Ten Human Resource Development Councils (HRDCs) across the state help connect low-income, elderly, minority, and disabled Montanans with programs aimed at alleviating poverty and providing educational and training opportunities.
HRDCs are nonprofit corporations first established in 1965 as part of the federal government's "War on Poverty." They are governed by volunteer boards of directors representing the private, public and low-income sectors of their communities. They work to accomplish their goals by providing a better focus on all available local, state, federal, and private resources.
District IV HRDC
District VI HRDC
District VII HRDC
Rocky Mountain Development Council Neighborhood Center
District IX HRDC
PO Box 1530
Community Action Partnership of Northwest Montana
District XI HRC
District XII HRC
Page last updated: 10/04/2011