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Recreation and Leisure (Montana)

You have goals and dreams for high school and beyond, but you also need to have fun. The resources below will help you to find family activities, sports, specialty clubs, local church groups, and other community activities such as spectator sports, local plays, etc.

 

Montana, Statewide:

Big Sky Imagination Inventor Scot Browne manufactures and sells a variety of recreational products, including a hands-free binocular stand, a wheelchair rifle rest, and a wheelchair flashlight holder.

Montana Access to Outdoor Recreation strives to increase opportunities for participation in wildlife viewing, fishing, hunting, and other related activities for individuals with disabilities and those who are aging. MATOR offers the following services: free recreational equipment library; demonstration events; education and awareness; and a volunteer network.

Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services:

Public Health and Safety Division: Cardiovascular Health/Nutrition and Physical Activity

Obesity/Physical Activity Program
1400 Broadway, Rm. C317, Helena, MT 59620
(406) 444-5508

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks: Crossing the Barriers Program Site has FWP’s Accessibility & Implementation Plans, regional lists of facilities rated by accessibility from “easy” to “most difficult”, disability-related articles from Montana Outdoors magazine, descriptions of available outdoor recreation activities, and information on fee exemptions.

North American Riding for the Handicapped Region 9 Affiliates NARHA Association affiliates from Alaska, Alberta, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington

Parents, Let’s Unite for Kids publishes: Montana Recreation, Travel, & Camp Resource Handbook for People with Special Needs

Special Olympics of Montana Nonprofit international program of year-round sports training and athletic competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.

VSA Arts of Montana Partners with the Departments of Dance and Music at the University of Montana to provide learning opportunities for people with disabilities and teacher and access training for University of Montana students who participate in VSA classes on campus.

 

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