Welcome to Montana's 2022 Annual Report

Emerging from the global pandemic has given Providence Montana a renewed opportunity and commitment to serve all, especially those who are vulnerable. In 2022, Providence Montana worked with community partners to help ensure its people had access to mental health care, food, shelter and other critical resources.

In 2022, Providence Montana invested $22 million in community benefit across the state. Targeted investments supported these and many other programs:

  • Collaborations with partner organizations to serve people who are unhoused or at risk of losing housing.
  • Food security efforts in Lake and Missoula counties, including the expansion of the Prescription Produce program.
  • Financial assistance to eligible patients in Montana, helping to reduce or eliminate their costs of care.
  • Subsidized medical and behavioral health care management for uninsured or underinsured low-income patients and children in Montana.

I encourage you to learn more about the many ways Providence is investing in the overall health and wellness of Montana communities in our 2022 annual report. We are grateful for the opportunity to care for you and our communities and equally proud of the work we’re doing with community partners to achieve health for a better world.

Kirk Bodlovic
Interim Chief Executive, Providence Montana

Montana Infographic showing $22 million in total benefits to our community in 2022

Community Investment Stories

In 2020, Providence Montana and Montana Legal Services Association partnered to form the state’s first hospital-based medical-legal partnership.
In 2022, Providence Montana provided more than $4.9 million in charity care, which is free or discounted care for those in need.