In a climate like Red Lodge, we Montanans must take advantage of every bit of our short warm weather days. One way we kick off the brief season by celebrating Earth Week and Arbor Day jointly. This year, from April 19-24, residents can find abundant opportunities to learn more about reducing their impact and how […]

Ready for homeownership? STOP paying RENT for a property you’ll never own.  START putting your monthly payments into your own home. It doesn’t cost anything but a little time to explore this possibility. We’re building homes in Red Lodge and one may be yours if you qualify.  Contact Theresa at 908-872-5596 about the Red Lodge […]

What would happen if you needed help finding resources for your basic needs? Would you know where to look or how to fill out complicated paperwork to access the help you need? If you would like to help support access to resources such as Carbon County Connect or the Navigator Program, please click the link […]

By Stephen Kalb-Koenigsfeld C.A.R.T. Transportation Coordinator The Carbon County Area Ride and Transit advisory committee met for its monthly meeting in October, but with a change of scenery. For the first time, the Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) was taken out of Red Lodge, travelling to Joliet. The Joliet Community Center hosted the afternoon meeting on […]

Mental health in our community is a growing concern. To address the concern, Sage Henderson, AmeriCorps VISTA at the Foundation, has been working with community partners in the areas of healthcare, mental health services, ministerial, as well as local schools to create programming and education in our community. Now, after exploring the issue within our […]

On January 31 the Office of Public Assistance (OPA) in our county was closed due to state budget cuts.  This is a great loss to the community as the staff provided a tremendous resource that not only assisted clients with health coverage and benefit applications, but also shared their knowledge with several community service providers […]