THE VICTIMS OF SEXUAL AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN OUR COMMUNITY NEED YOU TO STAND WITH THEM.

The mission of The Friendship Center is to be a safe haven for those affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking and to empower our community to flourish in relationships free from violence.

THE FRIENDSHIP CENTER

9AM - 5PM MONDAY - THURSDAY / 9AM - 4PM FRIDAY

1430 Sanders

Helena, MT 59601

Email: officem@thefriendshipcenter.org

24-Hour Hotline 406.442.6800

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ABOUT US

The mission of The Friendship Center is to be a safe haven for those affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking and to empower our community to flourish in relationships free from violence.

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Founded in 1971, The Friendship Center is the community resource for addressing and preventing domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking through advocacy, education and outreach in Lewis and Clark, Broadwater, and Jefferson Counties.

Domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking do not discriminate and either do we. Our services are available to anyone, regardless of gender or sexual orientation.

BOARD MEMBERS

President Kirsten Madsen

1st Vice President Teresa Lightbody

Treasurer Jacki Frank

Secretary Michael Glenn

Marie Mullarkey

Zia Clark

Ross Duncan

Ann Penner

Katie Loveland

Ralph Yaeger

Renee Kowalski

Becky Dockter

Hanna Warhank

Cindy Bultena

1430 Sanders St.
Helena, MT 59601

406.442.6800

 office.m@thefriendshipcenter.org

 

Jenny Eck, Executive Director

 HOURS

9AM - 5PM MONDAY / THURSDAY
9AM - 4PM  / FRIDAY 

We have an amazing team of advocates available to assist you.

If you do not need immediate help and wish to reach out via e-mail, please fill out the contact form and an advocate will reach out. Be sure to leave information where it will be safe to contact you and indicate if we can leave a message.

Is it safe to leave message?

REQUEST A SPEAKER

We want to increase prevention efforts through public awareness campaigns, education, and outreach. Wouldn’t it be a beautiful day if our services were no longer needed because family violence and sexual assault were eliminated? 

Call or email us to discuss opportunities.

406.442.6800

officem@thefriendshipcenter.org

 

CLASSES & EVENTS

STAND Support Group meets on Tuesdays. Please check the calendar for dates changes and cancellations.

2nd Friday of each month // Friendship Friday

Join us for a complimentary lunch and tour of our shelter to see how this community provides safe haven and hope to the most vulnerable among us. RSVP to 406.442.6800 or email kim.p@thefriendshipcenter.org.

IMPORTANT UPCOMING DATES

November 29 – Cow Tipping Comedy 7:30 pm // The Myrna Loy

December 4-8 – Intermountain Festival of Trees “Sharing the Hope” raffle fundraiser with The Friendship Center

April 21 – May 3 / Crisis Line Training

 

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