Author Archive | Jackson Diaz

Summer Silent Auction: Xanterra Red Bus Tour & Whitefish MT Zip Line Tours

If you are interested in either one of these great tours please email your bid amount and your contact information to Jackson at jdiaz@capnwmt.org.

You will be contacted if your bid is the winner at the end of the auction in August.
Silent Auction runs until August 18th!

*NEW HIGHEST BID FOR XANTERRA IS $125!

Tours must be used by September 24th 2017!

Xanterra Red Bus Tour-Highest bid over: $125
Value: $205

 

Whitefish MT 2 Zip Line Tours-Starting Bid: $75
Value: $158

 

 

PBS Newshour: Costly Care in Rural Areas

PBS came to Montana a few months back to document how tough and costly health care and other services can be in rural areas.

Cassidy Kipp in our Community Service department was our correspondent in the video.
You can also see our building throughout the video at points.

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/can-helping-high-risk-patients-basic-needs-reduce-costly-care-rural-areas/

Thank you PBS for coming to Montana and showcasing some of the hardships of living in rural areas!

CAPNM Summer Raffle

Come by our main office or to one of our summer events to purchase some raffle tickets to potentially win one of our great prizes!

Prizes: pontoon fishing boat, fat tire bike, and a garden cart.
Tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20. Drawing is August 31st.

 

Lincoln County Kiosk

*LINCOLN COUNTY RESIDENTS*
Don’t forget we have a kiosk up at the Annex in Eureka for anyone to use to get to our services/applications and to be able to speak to a CAP employee directly through Skype.

We will be installing another kiosk soon most likely in Sanders County!

Helping People. Improving Lives. Strengthening Communities.

Community Action Partnership of Northwest Montana (CAPNM) has been helping people, improving lives and strengthening communities since 1976. CAPNM is a private, non-profit Community Action Agency with the overall mission to provide services and advocacy to alleviate poverty, improve lives and strengthen our communities.

CAPNM continues to target hard to serve individuals by focusing on networking available resources and services, which promote long-term solutions for individuals to build success. Different aspects of a client’s life are addressed including housing, budgeting, medical, job training and education through networking resources, eventually leading to independence and self-sufficiency.

CAPNM serves a large geographic area of 13,375 square miles with a total population of over 150,000. Flathead, Lake, Lincoln and Sanders Counties are very rural with limited employment opportunities and low wages. CAPNM is the largest private human-services agency in the four county area, providing a wide variety of services to promote self-sufficiency and independence, which allows maximization of resources to benefit more individuals.