Good Samaritan Ministries gets $450K state grant for a new roof for the thrift store

The $450,000 community development block grant award from the Montana Department of Commerce is being matched with nearly $440,000 raised privately by Good Samaritan Ministries.

Coffee Break – Radio Segment with our Housing Navigator

Troy Shockley interviews Chandler Rowling, Good Samaritan’s Housing Navigator, on his morning radio segment Coffee Break. During the show, Chandler tells us a little bit about the Housing Navigation program, what it does, who it best serves and what she is currently working on, and what is coming up for the program! Click below to hear the whole interview

Safe housing connection provides stability for breast cancer patient

St. Pete’s works with Good Samaritan to provide safe stable housing to those in need


Together, Courtney and Sue filled out dozens of applications for housing. And, Courtney helped connect Sue to Good Samaritan Ministries, a local nonprofit committed to providing services to meet the physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs of individuals and families of all faith, especially those most in need. Good Samaritan was able to provide housing vouchers and support thanks to a grant from the CARES Act.

“When I first met Sue, she was going through a lot. She was experiencing lots and lots of emotions related to her medical concerns, on top of the housing stress,” said Courtney. “I was able to connect her to our behavioral health professionals and then get her connected to temporary housing through a grant from Good Samaritan. Those have been the most beneficial things in the time that we’ve worked together.”