Legal, financial, and emotional support resources for post-accident recovery in Montana
The road to recovery following an accident is a long one. Enjuris has compiled a list of resources to help you along the way. From legal services to financial programs to emotional support groups, there are a number of resources available in Montana to help you in your recovery process.
If you know of any other helpful resources, please let us know. We’ll continue to build this list with meaningful links.
Montana laws and regulations
- Montana State Legislature
Updated versions of the Montana Code Annotated, as well as information about proposed legislation.
- Montana Administrative Code
Official publication of Montana’s administrative rules, including a feature that allows you to search the rules by text.
Legal information resources
- State Bar of Montana: Law-Related Education Center
The Law-Related Education Committee of the State Bar of Montana provides public information and education on the importance of the rule of law in a civilized society, the legal rights and responsibilities of an individual, and the workings of the legal system.
- Montana Courts Self Help Site
The Montana Courts Self Help program is a free service provided by the Montana Supreme Court designed to assist people with non-criminal legal problems. While the program doesn’t offer legal advice, it provides legal information and directs you to resources that will help you help yourself.
- State Law Library of Montana
The state law library supports the legal research and information needs of Montana’s judges and court staff, attorneys and legal assistants, state employees, students, and members of the public.
- Montana Legal Services Association
In addition to self-help resources, the Montana Legal Services Association provides advice and legal representation free of charge to low income Montanans with civil legal needs.
- Montana Public Service Commission: Financial Assistance Programs
Comprehensive list of state-wide and local resources aimed at providing financial assistance to Montanans who are struggling to make utility payments.
- Montana Finance Information Center
The Montana Finance Information Center, maintained by the Montana Department of Commerce, summarizes the most significant financing resources available from state, federal, and local institutions.
- Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services
Intended to improve and protect the health, well-being, and self-reliance of all Montanans, the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services offers assistance to children, seniors, and those with disabilities through a number of programs.
- Partnership for Prescription Assistance – Montana Chapter
PPA offers Montanans a single point of access to more than 275 public and private patient assistance programs, including more than 150 programs offered by pharmaceutical companies.
Emotional support resources
- 2-1-1 Montana
The main source for health and human service information and referrals in the state of Montana.
- Brain Injury Alliance of Montana
Support group for survivors of brain injuries and their families in Montana.
- Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
Offering supportive services for those who have survived drunk driving accidents. Content includes a support group listing and a 24-hour victim helpline.
- MD Junction - Accident Support Group
National online community of patients, family members, and friends looking for and providing post-accident support.
- University of Montana - Service Animals
Information concerning assistance and therapy animals in Montana.
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