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Client Services

Reach Inc. has been a trailblazing leader in the developmental disability services field since 1974. Based on each person’s goals, we offer the comprehensive housing, employment, and transportation supports for adults that empower over 80 clients to lead full, independent lives. Contact us today to connect with our extraordinary community!



We own and operate five residences in beautiful Bozeman offering a variety of services.


We also assist people who live in their own homes through our Supported Living Services program, and are available for our clients 24/7, 365 days a year. 

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Through our Supported Employment Program, clients can gain and maintain jobs in the community.


We’re proud to report an 93% employment rate, compared to 14% state average for adults with developmental disabilities. Every person in our vocational services earns a paycheck. Reach staff strive to help our clients achieve their career goals.

Learn how to be an employment partner

We also offer job preparation services, intensive day services, and contract with Vocational Rehabilitation.


Many Reach clients are dedicated volunteers, contributing an average of approximately 40 hours per week at more than 10 nonprofits in the Gallatin Valley.


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Access to reliable transportation is essential for independence and inclusion.


Using a fleet of 17 vehicles, we get our clients where they need to go, including rides to work, interviews, medical appointments, shopping, banking, and recreational activities.

Public Notice of Title VI Program Rights

Civil Rights Discrimination Complaint Form

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Connect to Services

How can I get services from Reach for myself, a family member or friend? 

In order to receive services, you must be eligible for Medicaid which then qualifies you for the Developmental Disability Program (DDP) in Montana.


This begins by contacting AWARE and getting assigned a case manager who will work with you on determining eligibility, placement on a waiting list for services, and help you navigate the state system. It is customary to have to apply multiple times before being accepted. This process applies to Montana residents and people who have recently moved here. Unfortunately, there is a waiting list for developmental disability services in our state.


Phone: 406-563-8117

Toll Free: 1-800-432-6145


Another option is private-pay services, where you or the client pays us directly. If you are interested in private-pay services, please contact one of our Client Services Directors at 406-587-1271.


For more information, please visit our FAQ Page »

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