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FCAS Volunteer

Volunteers are a vital part of FCAS. From socializing animals, encouraging positive training methods, grooming, or becoming a foster home and providing a safe haven to emotionally or medically compromised pets. Each of our volunteers becomes a member of our team on our mission to save the lives of homeless pets.

Please call (406) 752-1310 to ask about our volunteer opportunities and to schedule our next volunteer orientation.

Animal Shelter
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T-Ball for Ages 4-8

Spring (April-May) on Mondays and/or Thursdays.
Summer (June-July) on Mondays.

  • Ages 4-5: $50.00
  • Ages 6-8: $50.00 
Parks & Recreation
Flag Football for Grades 1-4
  • Pee Wee: 1st and 2nd grades; $50;
    • Tuesday & Thursday games
  • Coca-Cola: 3rd and 4th grades; $55;
    • Tuesday & Thursday games

September - October, at the Conrad Complex in Kalispell.

Parks & Recreation
Basketball for Grades 1-2

Kalispell: Sykes Lil’ Hoopsters

  • 1st and 2nd-grade Boys: $45
  • 1st and 2nd-grade Girls: $45

January - April, at Kalispell schools (Elrod/Russell), typically on Saturdays

Parks & Recreation
Basketball for Grades 3-4

Kalispell: The Brace Place Lil’ Hoopsters

  • 3rd and 4th-grade Girls: $45

January - April, at Kalispell schools (Elrod/Russell), typically on Saturdays

Parks & Recreation
Volleyball for Grades 3-6

Kalispell: Daybreak Rotary

  • 3rd and 4th-grade girls: $55
    • March-May typically plays on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and/or Fridays.
  • 5th and 6th-grade girls: $55
    • March - April, practices typically on Mondays, Tuesdays, or Wednesdays at Kalispell schools (Russell/Edgerton/Peterson),
    • Games on Thursdays, Fridays, and/or Saturdays at Kalispell Middle School
Parks & Recreation
Adult Sports Programs

Softball, Football, Basketball, and Volleyball

Parks & Recreation
Web page about the Adult Sports Programs.
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Refuse Disposal Solid Waste
Road Abandonment Commissioners' Office
Rural Special Improvement District (RSID)

Rural Special Improvement District (RSID)

Commissioners' Office
Marriage License

All persons applying for a Montana marriage license must be in a position to provide proof of age - such as a valid driver's license or birth certificate - and must be single persons. This office does not require copies of dissolution papers, however, since the sworn application regarding your status as a single person is sufficient.

Clerk of Court
Web page about the Marriage License.
Teen Clinic

Teen Clinic every Monday from 3:00-5:00 PM and is for guys and girls 19 and younger. No appointment is necessary!

What if I can’t come to Teen Clinic during Teen Clinic hours?
No problem! Make an appointment to be seen during non-teen clinic hours.

Services

  • Birth Control Supply and Free Condoms
  • STD Testing and Treatment
  • Free HIV testing
  • Free Education and Sexual Health Counseling
  • Free Pregnancy Testing, Unbiased Options Counseling, and Referrals
Family Planning
Web page about the Teen Clinic.
Education

We’ll work with you to design a presentation to meet your particular needs. All presentations are free of charge!

Topics include:

  • Pregnancy prevention and birth control education
  • Sexually transmitted disease prevention and education
  • Dealing with sexual pressure
  • How and when to talk to your children about issues related to sexuality
  • How to encourage young people to make healthy decisions about their bodies and future
  • Puberty Education for boys and girls
Family Planning
Web page about the Education.
Syringe Exchange Program

Tuesday- 1:00 pm-4:00 pm

Thursday – 1:00 pm-5:30 pm

  • Syringes
  • Cookers and Filters
  • Wound Care Kits
  • Fentanyl Testing Strips
  • Sharps Containers
  • HIV and HepC Testing
  • Safe Injection Education
  • Condoms and Lubricant

Anonymous ** Confidential ** No Appointment Needed

Family Planning
Clinic

Clinic Hours

  • Monday:       9:00-5:00
  • Tuesday:       8:30-4:00
  • Wednesday:  8:30-5:00
  • Thursday:      9:00-5:30
  • Friday:           8:30-4:00
  • Closed Daily from 12:00-1:00
Family Planning
Rapid HIV Test
  • Scheduled Appointment
  • The test is confidential.
  • A simple finger-stick to collect a sample of blood is required for the test

The rapid test takes one minute to process. If the test reacts with HIV antibodies we will assist you in obtaining a confirmation test. A confirmation test involves a blood draw that will look specifically for the virus.

Family Planning
Alive at 25

Preventing death among teen drivers and young adults is the mission of Alive at 25. This highly interactive course encourages drivers between the ages of 14 and 24 to take responsibility for their own driving behavior.

Alive at 25 was adopted by Montana in January 2009. The program has proven effective at reducing young driver crashes, injuries, and fatalities.

Population Health
Web page about the Alive at 25.
Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening

The Montana Cancer Screening Program pays for breast and cervical cancer screenings for people who qualify based on age, income, and insurance status. Screening services include clinical breast exams, mammograms, and Pap tests. Diagnostic testing is provided for the follow-up of abnormal screening tests. We partner with local providers, which means that you can see whoever you want, and it will be just like a regular appointment.

Our staff is available to guide you through the screening process, even if you do not qualify based on age, income, and insurance status.

To enroll, please fill out the enrollment form, and either mail it or drop it off at the following address:

Attn: Montana Cancer Screening Program
Flathead City-County Health Department
1035 1st Ave W,
Kalispell MT, 59901

Population Health
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Tobacco Use Prevention

As a contractor of the Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program, Flathead City-County Health Department’s approach toward tobacco use prevention includes the following:

  • Prevent tobacco use among youth
  • Eliminate disparities related to tobacco use among populations
  • Eliminate exposure to secondhand smoke
  • Encourage people to quit

Services

Population Health
Web page about the Tobacco Use Prevention.
Alcohol Sales Service Training

Responsible alcohol sales and service training are mandatory in the state of Montana. Liquor license holders must ensure that all employees who serve or sell alcohol, their immediate supervisor, and the licensee if they serve or sell themselves, are trained through a state-approved training provider.

Population Health
Web page about the Alcohol Sales Service Training.

Page Last Updated: Dec 15, 2022