Click the arrows on the righthand side of each type of resource to learn more.  Direct links are highlighted in blue.

General Resources

Find Accelerated Reader books.

Search for materials in our library from your own computer. 

This guide offers an exploratory look at in-home care in Montana, including average cost comparisons and Medicaid and Medicare options. It also includes a list of relevant resources for seniors aging in place.

Job Service Montana

Search for jobs, file for unemployment, and more.

Download free ebooks & audiobooks using your library card.

A website providing access to digital collections of importance to Montana.

Educational resources for parents & educators.

Search 1.56 million historic newspaper photos.

Watch tutorials.

The Associated Press provides this fact-checking resource to sharpen news literacy skills.

Build a resume online in minutes with this free resume builder.

2.8 million images that may be used in the public domain, released from the Smithsonian.

Free ebooks with a clean, beautifully organized look.

The World Book web site offers an encyclopedia, dictionary, atlas, homework help, study aids, and curriculum guides

Business Resources

Entrepreneur Project Support Internship.  The Entrepreneur Project Support Program provides students with hands on experiential learning while working to help grow a young vibrant Montana startup 

Workforce Training Program from MT Department of Commerce: Any small businesses that are looking to provide training to their employees, or perhaps expand the workforce, there will be grants in amounts of up to $3,000 per employee available. 

Montana State University Extension has partnered with Utah State University Extension to offer the Remote Work Professional certificate program, a 1-month specialized course designed to equip workers and business owners with training needed to:

Participants receive assistance with finding a remote job, with building their business and connecting to a network of other remote workers

Montana Women's Business Recovery is offering MicroCourses to support rural, Indigenous, & urban Montana women that are current or aspiring business owners or working professionals. 

Helpful Resources

*The library has electronic devices (hotspots, iPads, and an HP Surface Pro) available for checkout with your library card.  You must be an established user in good standing for at least 30 days.  Must be 18 or older.  If you do not have a library card, bring a current photo ID to the library & we can get the process started for you.

*The wi-fi is left on 24/7 at the library.  It will not be changed, but please contact the library during operating hours for the password.

*Read ebooks and listen to audiobooks using your library card with MontanaLibrary2Go.  Download the Libby app and log in using your library card.  Contact us for more information.

*Direct link to Montana Works, to search for jobs, file unemployment, & more.


*Watch videos to learn new online skills with Niche Academy

Personal Resources

~Did you know there are HUD housing protections for survivors of violence?  Applicants and tenants of certain HUD rental assistance programs may not be denied housing, evicted, or have their housing assistance terminated because they have experienced: domestic violence; dating violence; sexual assault; or stalking.  Additionally, survivors are able to ask for an emergency housing transfer for safety reasons. These protections fall under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).

~Montana Legal Services Association provides free civil legal help to eligible clients. Call the HelpLine at 1-800-666-6899 to apply for free legal help.

~Dial 988 if you or a loved one are having thoughts of suicide.