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VOA Virtual Tours

With such a wide footprint and serving more than 12,000 individuals last year - we wanted a way to see the programs all across Montana, Wyoming, and Western South Dakota. Here are our virtual tours. Enjoy

The Gathering Place

The Gathering Place is a residential treatment center that offers substance abuse treatment to women and women with dependent children. While at The Gathering Place, clients are involved in various therapeutic, recreational, and community, recovery-oriented activities. Each client is assigned a Clinician upon admission and given a thorough intake interview following which an individualized treatment plan is developed. Clients engage in weekly one-to-one counseling sessions in addition to a multitude of group activities that focus on chemical dependency, sharing 'life stories', parenting, trauma recovery concepts, grief and loss, healthy relationships, recreation, vocational skills, social skills, and daily living skills.


The Life House

The Life House is a residential treatment center that offers substance abuse treatment to men. While at The Life House, clients are involved in various therapeutic, recreational, and community, recovery-oriented activities. Each client is assigned a Clinician upon admission and given a thorough intake interview following which an individualized treatment plan is developed. Clients engage in weekly one-to-one counseling sessions in addition to a multitude of group activities which focus on chemical dependency, sharing 'life stories', parenting, trauma recovery concepts, grief and loss, healthy relationships, recreation, vocational skills, social skills, and daily living skills.


Recovery Homes

Each recovery home (a five (5) bedroom women’s and five (5) bedroom men’s home) provides a drug and alcohol-free homelike environment for individuals who are self-sustaining but who require a minimal level of support and assistance to maintain recovery from alcohol, drug or gambling abuse. Each recovery home will operate 24-hours per day, seven (7) days a week with a program designed to maximize opportunities for employment, education, health, recreation, family and social relationships, and overall living skills. An on-call clinician is available 24-hours a day. There is a washer/dryer in each Recovery Home for resident’s use.

Center of Hope

Center of Hope partners with the City of Riverton and Fremont County to offer three days of close observation, as well as 14 days of social detoxification and up to three months of transitional living. Transitional Living and Social Detox includes substance abuse assessments, daily exercise, morning meditations, evening checkout group, group therapy, living skills and grief and loss, AA/NA meetings, connection to resources for employment and housing as well as access to spiritual support services. The program receives funding through the Wyoming Department of Health. A full-time clinician and caseworkers provide substance abuse assessments and Level I outpatient programming to those in the community in need of it.

Independence Hall

Independence Hall is a 20-bed men’s transitional housing facility located in Billings, Montana for honorably discharged veterans. The facility operates 24 hours a day and includes a full kitchen, a laundry room, dining, and living space which includes a TV area, computer & resource room, a conference room, and an outside area equipped with BBQ and picnic table.

Independence Hall is active in partnering with other community organizations and groups to provide as many resources possible to help ensure the long-term success of all program participants.

Independence Hall is funded by a grant from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. The opinions, findings, and conclusions stated herein are those of VOA and do not necessarily reflect those of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.

Independence Hall - Common Room - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA


Freedom Hall

Freedom Hall is an 11-bed men’s transitional housing facility located in Sheridan, Wyoming for honorably discharged veterans. The facility operates 24 hours a day and includes a full kitchen (where the men are responsible for preparing their own meals), a laundry room, dining and living space which includes a TV area, computer & resource room, a conference room, an outside area with a horseshoe pit and picnic tables, and a creek runs alongside the facility for fishing and nature walks.

Freedom Hall - Common Area - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA


Bill Daniels Chapel

Volunteers of America is a spiritual based ministry of service. For 125 years, Volunteers of America has provided essential services to heal both the body and spirit. We provide human service programs and opportunities for individual and community involvement.

Volunteers of America has been ecumenical from the beginning. Its ministers have always come from all Christian faith traditions. In fact, ministers are encouraged to be active in other Christian churches for worship, service to others, and continued spiritual growth. This understanding of ministry derives from the foundation of Volunteers of America as both a church itself and as an "auxiliary" to the universal Christian church with a special mission of service.


Aspen Grove

Aspen Grove is a three-story, HUD 202 PRAC subsidized complex for those individuals or their spouse's age 62 or older who meet income requirements. The community includes 64 unfurnished one-bedroom apartment homes with full-sized stoves and refrigerators. Each apartment home has heat and air conditioning controlled by the individual resident. We have an elevator and a laundry room with washers and dryers at no charge for the convenience of our residents. 

Aspen Grove - Billings, MT - Bedroom - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA


Magic City Terrace

Magic City Terrace is a three-story, HUD 202 PRAC subsidized complex for those individuals or their spouse's age 62 or older who meet income requirements. The community includes 84 unfurnished one-bedroom apartment with full-sized stoves and refrigerators. Each apartment home has heat and air conditioning controlled by the individual resident. We have elevators, trash chutes, and laundry rooms on each floor equipped with washers and dryers at no charge for the convenience of our residents.

Magic City Terace Livingroom - Billings, MT -Spherical Image - RICOH THETA

Bell Park Tower

Bell Park Tower is a 40 unit, three-story, HUD 202 PRAC subsidized complex for individuals or their spouse at least 62 years of age that meet income requirements. The one-bedroom, unfurnished apartments are cozy and comfortable with complete kitchens. Each apartment has its own thermostat-controlled furnace and air conditioner. A laundry room, on the first floor, is available to the residents at no charge. An elevator is located in the center of the building to assist residents with movement throughout the complex. A community room hosts a number of recreational and leisure programs for the residents who reside at Bell Park Tower. The community room is also a great place for the residents to sit and visit throughout the day. Local residents may also schedule the community room for social gatherings.


Penrose Place

Penrose Place is a 15 unit, two-story HUD 202 PRAC subsidized complex for individuals or their spouse at least 62 years of age that meet income requirements. The one-bedroom, unfurnished apartments are cozy and comfortable with complete kitchens. Each apartment has its own thermostat-controlled furnace and air conditioner. A laundry room is available within the facility on the first floor and is equipped with two washers and two dryers at no charge. An elevator is located in the center of the building to assist residents with movement throughout the complex. A community room can host a number of recreational and leisure programs for the residents who reside at Penrose Place. The community room is also a great place for the residents to sit and visit throughout the day. Local residents may also schedule the community room for social gatherings.


Milestones Youth Home

Milestones Youth Home is a 10-bed residential facility for youth, ages 10-17, located on the VOA campus, in Sheridan, WY. Milestones provides a structured environment that includes education, preparation, and advancement. A behavior management system is in place whereby youth earn points, privileges, and independence in an effort to empower them to learn self-reliance for future success.

Milestones also serves as a runaway/homeless youth shelter, which youth and families can access 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Milestones staff will work with youth and their families to help them transition successfully back into the community.

The staff is committed to caring for youth and families through healthy and meaningful relationships. Providing opportunities for individual growth, recognition for achievement, support, and advocacy. Safety and protection of youth is the number one priority and staff work to recognize and celebrate the strengths in each child. Where problems exist, staff work as a team with youth and other community agencies to find a long term solution.


Johnson County Youth & Community Services

The Johnson County Youth & Community Services Program provides sanctioning options to the courts and accountability for youthful offenders. Components include supervised probation, drug court, diversion, and community-based programming in partnership with the schools, mental health, and law enforcement. The program is highly structured and juveniles are intensely supervised.


Independent Transitional Living

The Independent Living Program teaches life skills to youth that have experienced incarceration, treatment, homelessness or out-of-home placement. Youth in this program focus on employment, education, health, financial management skills, recreation, and family relationships.

The Transitional Living Program consists of two fully furnished apartments that provide opportunities for tenants to gain self-sufficiency and independence.

The young adults participating in these programs determine what success means to them and develop a plan to accomplish their vision. Independent Living staff provides one-on-one mentorship and access to multiple community resources to help each individual achieve their goals.

Booth Hall

Volunteers of America Northern Rockies operates Booth Hall, an adult community corrections program, under contract with the Department of Justice, Bureau of Prisons, United States Probation Offices, Wyoming Department of Corrections, and various Wyoming Counties. Our facility holds 144 men and women (128 men and 16 women). Each offender entering the program is guided with an individualized case plan designed to meet his or her needs to ensure successful reintegration into society. In addition to the services and programming for the offenders, we also assist with paying bills, restitution to local courts and victims across the State of Wyoming

Rapid City Services

Volunteers of America serves the Black Hills of South Dakota, focused on empowering individuals and families of all economic backgrounds, age, and abilities to reach their potential through support, services, and goal setting at no financial cost to the individual.

Mommy's Closet, a free crisis resource provider that lends a helping hand to low-income families with children up to age the age of five, is the National Diaper Bank for all of Western South Dakota.  We also manage the Black Hill Regional Homeless Coalition to provide community outreach, serving individuals struggling with homelessness. in the Black Hills. 

The Veterans Outreach Center provides veterans and their families a safe place to connect during the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. It serves as a point of entry into the human services continuum of care for eligible veterans. Veteran Affairs case managers are on-site by appointment to help veterans reintegrate into the community by connecting them with resources for housing, employment, healthcare, and other basic life necessities.

We serve the community through our HIV Prevention and Ryan White (Part B) programs. These programs provide education, counseling, and referrals for those who are at risk of contracting HIV and those with a positive HIV status. VOA HIV Health Services teaches prevention and risk reduction methods to limit the chances a person has of contracting HIV. Those living with HIV are connected with vital resources to ensure they receive the treatment needed to live a healthy and full life.

Casper Veteran Services


Cheyenne VETERAN SERVICES

Gillette VETERAN SERVICES

Riverton VETERAN SERVICES

Sheridan VETERAN SERVICES

Billings VETERAN SERVICES

Bozeman VETERAN SERVICES

Helena VETERAN SERVICES

Great Falls VETERAN SERVICES

Kalispell VETERAN SERVICES

Missoula VETERAN SERVICES