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Food and Essentials Resources
Carbon County COVID-19 Incident Management Team, in coordination with Beartooth Market, Valley Foods and Joliet Foods, is offering a limited grocery shopping and delivery service for certain residents in the County. People who fit into one of more of the following categories are eligible:
- persons 65 and older
- those who have significant medical conditions that place them at risk under the current COVID-19 guidelines
- those who have tested positive for COVID-19.
This program has been established only for those in the community who are at a significant risk to contract this disease or transmit it to others.
Please call 406-445-7258 leave your name a phone number in the message.
You will be contacted by the shopping and delivery coordinator within 24 hours of leaving the message.
Deliveries will be made on Monday and Friday.
Payment is required upon delivery. The preferred method of payment is by personal check, but cash will also be accepted.
Once the shopping has been completed, you will be called with your cost and approximate time of delivery.
Church of the Rockies can help with picking up shopping, posting mail, and urgent supplies for those who are self-isolating.
Call or text 406-425-4390 Leave a message, checking messages daily
The Food Bank is open with modified access. Hours are the same.
The Board of Directors at BareTooth Cupboards is going to extra lengths and taking extra precautions to protect the health and safety of our volunteers and our customers.
The food bank will only be accepting “call in” orders from their customers beginning Thursday 3/26/20. No customers will be allowed in the store. Volunteers are available at regular hours to take orders and get food to people.
See their website for more information and for an order form.
For the near a future, we will be accepting cash donations only, no food donations. Hopefully, we’ll be able to lift that restriction before too long but it’s necessary for now. Check Facebook for updates.
Located at 17 East 11th Street, Red Lodge, MT 59068
Hours: Monday & Wednesday 11:00-1:00. Tuesday & Thursday 3:00-5:00. Saturday 9:00-11:00
2nd and 4th Wednesday 9:30am – 11:30am call 406-662-1060 for details
The Joliet Food Pantry, located at 200 State Street in Joliet, is open most Mondays (excluding holiday Mondays and the 5th Monday of every month) from 9 to 1, and is here to serve those in need with monthly food baskets. The only requirement is some form of ID on the first visit. With COVID-19 concerns, we have instituted a policy to keep everyone safe. Rather than entering the food pantry, clients will let us know – through the door – who they are. We will then prepare food, based on family size, and leave it in boxes or bags outside the door.
406-962-313 or 406-962-3708
Starting Friday 3/27
Monday – Friday 7am – 9am will be reserved for seniors and members of our community at higher risk to shop at the Beartooth Market
Red Lodge Drug has reserved 9am – 10 am for Seniors and High risk patrons.
Please call 406-446-1017 for more information
Harvest Hope School Food Pantry is delivering weekly food boxes to families of our students. If you would like a weekly grocery box please leave a message on the Red Lodge high school phone . (446-1903) or email email@example.com.
WIC services are still being provided in Carbon County. Contact Riverstone Health WIC 406-247-3370 or firstname.lastname@example.org
More information can be found:
Church of the Rockies, COVID-19 Community Assistance – Community Announcement
Dear Carbon County,
Over the last several years the Church of the Rockies has provided free community meals we call “Common Ground” to both Red Lodge and Roberts. Recent events have caused us to change the format of these meals. Although we can no longer meet together, we would like to offer free boxes with all the ingredients for your family’s dinner during this season.
If you would like us to deliver a box to your door, please don’t hesitate to contact Jon Milligan at 406-425-4390. When you call, you can specify the number of people and any allergies.
We are also available to deliver groceries, do your shopping, and help fill other needs as they arise.
The Church of the Rockies
Mental Health and Crisis Resources
For Montanans who live far away from services, there are few options for receiving support for mental illness without traveling long distances. Since 2009, Mental Health America of Montana has created a “Virtual Drop-in Center,” which utilizes the telephone and internet to provide home-based support services for people with mental illness.
The Recovery Line is for people with a mental illness who want to talk to a peer (that is, a person who is in recovery for his or her own mental illness) about issues they are facing in their lives or with their treatment. It provides a friendly and understanding person for those who just need someone to talk to.
The Recovery Line is NOT a crisis line. However, responders of the Recovery Line can refer people who are considering suicide or are otherwise in crisis to appropriate services. Through three-way calling, they can get emergency or crisis services on the call immediately.
Domestic and Sexual Violence Services (DSVS)serves Carbon and Stillwater
HELPLINE: (406) 425-2222
Parenting Montana – Provides easy-to-use parenting tools to support your child’s success from kindergarten through the teen years and includes information on topics such as stress, back-talk, meltdowns, creating routines, homework, and discipline, which may concerns during this stressful time.
Montana THRIVE – THRIVE is an interactive computerized behavioral therapy program using a video format intended to connect individuals in need.
Cloth Face Coverings
The CDC is now recommending that we wear cloth face coverings in public places where social distancing is a challenge, like the post office and the grocery store.
Learn more about how to wear, wash and make a cloth face covering here.
Watch the video from the Surgeon General.