MCADSV offices will be closed to the public until further notice. MCADSV staff will be working remotely, and will attempt to remain available during our regular business hours (9am – 5pm, Mon-Friday). Please expect slower response times.
We will continue to provide support to our member programs, and share information and resources as it pertains to our mission, supporting survivors, and helping advocates continue to provide life-saving services to survivors of violence.
Have you been served with eviction court papers? You may qualify for a free lawyer to represent you in court. To apply for the Montana Eviction Intervention Project, visit Montana Law Help or Montana Legal Services Association to get started. There are no income limits!
As of September 30, 2020, the federal grant funding the Sexual Assault Legal Services (SALS) has ended; as such, SALS is no longer in operation. If you are a former client of SALS and have questions regarding its closure or your previous case with SALS, please contact Kim at 406-443-7794, x111. If you are a survivor seeking legal services, please contact the Montana Legal Services Association at (800) 666-6899, or consider these advocacy services for survivors in your local area: https://mcadsv.com/about/victim-service-programs-by-region/. Thank you.
- Interested in Membership for 2020? Please take a moment to learn about membership options!
- See our Event page for upcoming training and events (events subject to change).
- If you are interested in donating to MCADSV, please click the link below. Donations are made secure via Stripe.
- Amazon will donate a portion of eligible purchases to MCADSV whenever you shop on AmazonSmile!
MCADSV does not provide direct services. If you are in immediate danger, call 911 and ask for emergency assistance. Otherwise, please contact your local program to learn about their services.