CNADA (Custer Network Against Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault) is a private, not-for-profit corporation that has been serving those victimized by domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking since 1996. We serve five Eastern Montana counties which include Custer, Rosebud, Treasure, Garfield, and Powder River counties. Staff and volunteers are available 24-hours a day to respond to crises and assist with follow-up as needed. We are funded through donations and also through grants from DPHHS and MBCC.
To provide networking and support to people in our rural area who are suffering from domestic and sexual violence.
To encourage awareness and understanding of domestic and sexual violence through public education.
To provide training and supervision of volunteer advocates and peer counselors whose focus us one of support to individuals suffering from violence.
To provide referrals to other service providers.
To provide emergency services to people in crisis situations.
Our club is always growing, and we would love to have you join us. What better way for firearm and archery enthusiast to expand their hobby but by joining a club with other like minded individuals.
Custer Rod and Gun club offers you the opportunity to get involved as much or as little as you wish. Whether you need volunteer hours to keep up your NRA training certifications, or just want to bust pigeons on a Sunday afternoon, it’s up to you. Remember, the more involved you are, the more fun you have. Like any club the members are what makes it great!
Membership Rates**: * 1-Year Membership $40
Membership Benefits: * Full use of rifle, trap, skeet, and archery ranges with no hourly fees. * Members can purchase rounds of trap and skeet for reduced rates. * Members’ guest may use the range facilities as long as they are accompanied by the member. * Opportunities to get involved as a student or instructor, in an assortment of firearm classes offered each year for women or youth shooters. * Invitation to our Annual Banquet and Membership Meeting the 3rd Saturday of January each year. * The satisfaction of promoting events, training, and opportunities to safely pass on your passion for shooting to the next generation!
Located in the heart of Miles City, Custom Auto And Accessories is THE place for all of your automotive accessory needs. We offer a 4,000 sq ft showroom and an 8,000 sq ft shop with the latest tooling and equipment. Our trained installers have a combined 30+ years of experience and we stand behind all of our installs. We offer thousands of products including custom car wraps, auto graphics, truck bed liners, window tint, trailer wraps & much more!
We Offer A Full Line Of Automotive Accessories…
Tires And Wheels
Grill Guards & Rhino Linings Spray-In Bed Liners
Custom Car Electronics & Custom Car Stereos / Video Systems
If you are looking for an agent and/or broker that you can not only trust, but that you genuinely like, please consider Dave Smith.
Dave has continuously earned the respect and friendship of those around him. He is a kind, honest, experienced, and will always go the extra mile for you. He has a very extensive ranching background, where his experience comes from owning and managing a livestock grazing, and farming and feeding businesses, in eastern Montana for over 30 years.
Dave is very involved in his community, and in 1992 was chosen to represent the Montana Jaycees in the outstanding young farmer program at the annual convention in Memphis, TN. He prides himself in good stewardship practices and in 1994 Smith Cattle Inc., (David’s family) was given the environmental stewardship award from the National Cattleman Association, for their efforts in improving the environment.
As a long time member of Montana Stockgrower’s Association, Dave was the Marketing Committee Chairman, as well as a Resource Advisory Council member to the Bureau of Land management. In addition, David served two terms as the Southeastern Montana Livestock Association President.
As a landowner representative on the Hunter Behavior Advisory Council, David worked with the Fish, Wildlife and Parks Department, which also went hand-in-hand with the Hunter Education program, that he has been involved with as an instructor for 21 years.
With his agriculture background, Dave is able to provide a unique, 1st class experience for his clients. Whether buying or selling, he will always bring his honest perspective.
Dave Smith, and his wife Jody, live in Miles City were they keep their fingers in Agriculture with a small producing farm and way too many horses. They have 5 boys, 4 daughter-in-laws and 14 grandchildren.
We are Matt and Amber Davidson, owner/operator’s of Davidson Handmade. We are a small wood shop in Miles City, Montana creating high quality handcrafted furniture and custom woodwork. We started Davidson Handmade out of a love for designing and creating quality handcrafted goods. We believe furniture should be built to last a lifetime and strive to make every build an heirloom piece. We have four beautiful daughters and love getting everyone involved in our family business. We would love to handcraft something special for your home!
Toni Deason was born and raised in Miles City. She graduated from CCDHS, and received her Associates of Applied Science in Small Business Management, and a Certificate in Accounting from Miles Community College. In 2015 she graduated from University of Mary with her Bachelor of Science majoring in Accounting. Toni became a Certified Public Accountant in 2017.
Deluxe Motors proudly serves the Miles City, MT area with a new and pre-owned inventory of Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep vehicles. Our impressive collection is located at our dealership at 711 Fort Street waiting for your test drive! Deluxe Motors doesn’t just provide its customers with high quality vehicles; we also offer an inventory of OEM parts, exceptional service, financial assistance and more. To learn more, talk to our friendly staff by calling (866) 949-9602. We look forward to hearing from you!
DEAP Child Care Education and Support, formerly Child Care Resource and Referral has an office in Miles City, MT and serves families, children, and child care providers in Carter, Custer, Fallon, Powder River, and Rosebud counties.
DEAP Child Care Education and Support also has an office in Glendive, MT and serves families, children, and child care providers in Dawson, Garfield, McCone, Prairie, Richland, and Wibaux counties.
We offer consumer education and Best Beginnings Child Care Scholarships for families; we also provide a private workstation for families seeking an online or phone referral for child care from the Montana Centralized Referral Center located at Child Care Solutions in Great Falls. For providers, we offer recruitment services, orientation, technical asssistance, and professional development. For our communities, we offer public education, employer education, and support for public policy initiatives that benefit families, children, and child care on local, state, and national levels.
Eagles Manor is a Retirement Home for persons 62 years and older or disabled and handicapped. They serve 2 meals daily in a smoke-free environment. Rent is based on income. There is a courteous staff, light limited housekeeping available,and activities for the residents.
What Is A CASA/GAL? CASA/GAL stands for Court Appointed Special Advocate/Guardian ad Litem. A CASA/GAL is a volunteer appointed to represent the best interests of a child in court. Some states require that a Guardian ad Litem be an attorney, but Montana allows both attornies and trained volunteers to be Guardian ad Litems. This may vary by jurisdiction
The Eastern Montana CASA/GAL program is comprised of volunteers in 12 counties in Eastern Montana. We come from all walks of life, with one common goal in mind: To be a powerful voice in a child’s life. Eastern Montana CASA/GAL currently has approximately 30 volunteers advocating for 118 children. Visit the National CASA site for more info on what it means to be a CASA/GAL.
CASA/GAL volunteers are advocates for children in abuse and neglect court cases, striving to be a voice in the best interests of the child. CASA volunteers typically advocate for one to two cases at a time, until the case is closed or the child is a legal adult. We represent the child’s wishes and best interests in court, as well as providing resources and support. Visit the Montana CASA page to find out more.