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Westa  of Helena
210 E. Lyndale Ave 406-443-7169 www.westa
Express Employment Professionals 601 Euclid, Suite D 406-442-7501
A 2 Z Sta ng Solutions
50 West 14th Street, Suite 300 406-443-7664
Helena Area Chamber of Commerce 225 N. Cruse Ave, Suite A 406-442-4120
Job Service Helena
715 Front Street 406-447-3200 about-job-services/helena
Helena Independent Record
City of Helena
316 N. Park Ave, Rm 106 406-447-8404 community/employment.html
Relocation Info - cont.
The hospital recently completed a $50 million expansion that added 130,000 square feet to its existing building. It o ers a full range of medical services including obstetrics with labor, delivery, recovery, and postpartum care all taking place in one room; surgery; emergency services
with licensed paramedic ambulance care; a comprehensive cancer treatment center; and
a full range of diagnostic services. In addition,
the Helena SurgiCenter provides a cost-e ective alternative for many outpatient surgeries.
Where: 2475 Broadway. More info: (406) 442-2480 or
This is a nationally recognized, nonpro t organization that provides treatment programs to children su ering from moderate to severe emotional disturbances. Intermountain has been helping children since 1909. Where:
500 S. Lamborn. More info: (406) 442-7920 or
One of two Veterans’ A airs hospitals in Montana is located at Fort Harrison, on the western edge of Helena. Fort Harrison is a 48-bed acute care, medical-surgical facility that o ers a broad range of acute, chronic, and specialized inpatient and outpatient services for both male and female veterans. Where: 3687 Veterans Drive, Fort Harrison. More info: (877) 468-8387
Montana Business Assistance Connection catalyzes community leaders and stakeholders to drive prosperity and enhancement quality of life throughout the region.
MBAC is an economic development  rm that provides: market and site selection research; counseling and assistance for all facets of
business development; capital for start up or expansion from 124 di erent revolving loan funds; applications for tax incentives, grants for workforce training and/or infrastructure development and advocacy. MBAC is a place where your voice can be heard by local and state elected o cials and their managers. MBAC has a group of 72 small, medium, and micro businesses partnering with elected
and appointed o cials, as well as leaders in the educational community, to e ect positive regional change. Think of MBAC as a portal through which leadership and economic development resources  ow to move this region to the forefront of America’s best places to live and work.
The area has much to o er: Helena, the capital of Montana and most populated town in the region, is located at the crossroads of Interstate 15 and State Highway 12, just 12 miles east of the Continental Divide and midway between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks. Your business can directly access 39 percent of Montana’s population: Bozeman, Butte, Great Falls, and Missoula are less than 2 hours of Helena. The area o ers business owners direct access to state government. Residents enjoy the buzz, sophistication, and culture of a capital city combined with country living and world-class outdoor recreation.
Forty six percent of Helena’s workforce has
an bachelor’s degree or higher educational achievement. Carroll College o ers four year degrees and Helena College o ers two-year associate degrees and certi cation opportunities. Use these institutions and generous state workforce development incentives for training new hires and developing existing employees.

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