Electric
Northwestern Energy (888) 467-2669
Yellowstone Valley Electric Cooperative (406) 348-3411 or (800) 736-5323

Gas
Montana-Dakota Utilities (406) 896-4250

Water
City of Billings (406) 657-8315
Lockwood Water User’s Assoc. (406) 259-4120

Sewer
City of Billings (406) 657-8315

Waste Disposal
City of Billings (406) 657-8356

Recycling
Earth FirstAid (406) 698-0903
Republic Services of Montana (406) 248-5400
Schnitzer Steel (406) 252-8080
Yellowstone E-Waste Solutions (406) 861-4920

Telephone
Spectrum Reach (877) 273-7626

Cable
Spectrum
1860 Monad Rd.
Billings, MT 59102
(877) 273-7626
www.optimum.com

Internet Service (Residential)
Spectrum (877) 273-7626
BluePrint Solutions by TCT (406) 248-4204
Triangle Communications (406) 394-7807

Cellular Phone Services
AT&T: 406-356-0598
Cellular Plus – Verizon: 406-655-4858
Spectrum (866) 991-6514

Telecommunications (Business or Residential)
BluePrint Solutions by TCT (406) 248-4204
Blackfoot Telecommunications (406) 541-5000
Connect Telephone & Computer Group (406) 248-8900
Echo Networks (406) 831-1820
Nemont (406) 650-8800
Spectrum (877) 273-7626
Triangle Communications (406) 394-7807

 

For a variety of assistance programs, contact:

HRDC Community Action Agency
www.hrdc7.org
406-247-4732

HRDC offers many resources for you, for your family and for your home, all in the name of helping people move forward.  Their programs are designed to better the conditions under which low-income children, men and women learn, work and live.

Energy Assistance:  Individuals must have adequate access to residential energy in order to heat their home and power appliances including life-saving equipment for the disabled and the elderly.  HRDC provides assistance to low-income individuals in completing the State of Montana’s Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) and Energy Share applications.  Both homeowners and renters may apply.

Housing Counseling:  HRDC is a HUD approved housing counseling agency providing free counseling in the areas of mortgage delinquency, default resolution and pre-purchase. Individuals who are in pre-foreclosure, foreclosure, or are first-time homebuyers are eligible for counseling services.  There are no income guidelines or county restrictions to participate.