Montanans in every corner of the state have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. As Montana works to recover from the unprecedented economic situation caused by Coronavirus, the state is making emergency financial relief available from the federal government to those who have been hardest-hit by impacts of COVID-19 through a single application portal.
The covidrelief.mt.gov. site is meant to serve as a comprehensive resource for Montanans to identify whether they qualify for financial relief and to serve as a resource as Montana continues to reopen. This financial assistance is funded through $1.25 billion in federal emergency relief funding through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act
Montanans out of work, families with limited resources, small businesses, non-profits, and others can apply for financial relief for things like rental and mortgage assistance, business and non-profit grants, grants to serve seniors and those living with a disability, food banks, and local food producers.
Available grant opportunities include:
- Emergency Housing Assistance Program
- Safeguard Access Grants
- Stay Connected Grants
- Food Bank and Food Pantry Assistance
- Social Services Nonprofit Grant
- Behavioral Health Grants
- School-aged Child Care Program Grant
- Business Stabilization Grant
- Business Adaptability Grant
- Live Entertainment Grant
- East Edge of Glacier Park Tourism Business Grant
For full details and to APPLY click here.
To view AWARDED GRANTS click here.
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