We are facing an incredibly serious threat to access to healthcare for millions of Americans and over 142,000 Montanans. Congress and the new administration are working to take away our health coverage, hike costs for everyone, and dismantle programs like Medicaid which cover our most vulnerable neighbors and community members.  

The AHCA, and the parallel proposals currently being considered in the Senate, threaten coverage for 

hundreds of thousands of Montanans. Working families, children, seniors, people with disabilities – everyone who today or in the future will rely on Medicare, Medicaid, CHIP, or the Affordable Care Act is at risk.

Congress needs to work together to improve the Affordable Care Act so it works better for everyone, not tear the whole thing down and destabilize the entire health care system. And, now more than ever, we need folks from across the state to take action to keep Montana covered. Our senators need to hear exactly what is at stake for our communities.

Contact our Senators and share your thoughts on Medicaid, CHIP, the ACA, or the AHCA.

Senator Daines:
Billings: (406) 245–6822
Bozeman: (406) 587–3446
Great Falls: (406) 453–0148
Kalispell: (406) 257-3360
Missoula: (406) 549–8198
Helena: (406) 443–3189
D.C.: (202) 224–2651
Senator Tester:
Billings: (406) 252–0550
Bozeman: (406) 586–4450
Great Falls: (406) 452–9585
Kalispell: (406) 257–3974
Missoula: (406) 728–3003
Helena: (406) 449–5401
Butte: (406) 723–3277
D.C.: (202) 224–2644
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

“As patient advocates, doctors, hospitals, caregivers, and direct service providers, we stand united in our opposition to the AHCA and any attempts to weaken Medicaid and affordable access to health care. 

We urge Senator Steve Daines to reject any bill that: caps or block grants federal funds for Medicaid; effectively ends Montana’s bipartisan Medicaid expansion; reduces health care coverage for millions of families; charges seniors a lot more for their health coverage; and reduces cost-sharing assistance for those with low and middle incomes who purchase plans in the marketplace. Cuts to Medicaid will put at risk Medicaid expansion, Healthy Montana Kids, and traditional Medicaid that helps seniors, individuals with disabilities, and children with special needs.

Montana needs Congress to focus on finding ways to make health care more affordable and accessible for all Montanans.

Alliance for a Healthy Montana

American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network

American Heart Association

American Lung Association in Montana

Association of Montana Public Health Officials

The Arc Montana

Benefis Health System

Benefis Teton Medical Center

Bighorn Valley Health Center

Bullhook Community Health Center

Butte 4-Cs

Butte North American Indian Alliance

Cancer Support Community Montana

Career Training Institute

CASA/GAL of Gallatin County

Center for Mental Health

Central Montana Community Health Center

Child Care Connections

Child Care Resources

Community Health Partners

Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Health

Consumer Direct Care Network

Developmental Education Assistance Program (DEAP)

Disability Rights Montana

Easter Seals–Goodwill Northern Rocky Mountain

Family Outreach

Laurie Franklin, Spiritual Leader and Rabbinic Intern, Har Shalom, Missoula

Fr. Rudolph Bullman, Roman Catholic, Missoula

Fr. Greg Smith, Episcopal, Bozeman

Indian Family Health Clinic of Great Falls, Inc.

Helena Indian Alliance/Leo Pocha Clinic

Human Resources Development Councils of Montana 

Intermountain

Dr. Marjorie Heather Jackson, Quaker, Bozeman

Job Connection, Inc.

Kalispell Regional Healthcare

Jasmine Krotkov, Quaker, Great Falls

Marias Healthcare Services Inc.

MEA-MFT

Missoula Food Bank

Mission Mountain Enterprises

Montana Academy of Physician Assistants

Montana Academy of Family Physicians 

Montana AFL-CIO

Montana Association of Christians

Montana Budget and Policy Center

Montana Centers for Independent Living

Montana Child Care Resource and Referral Network

Montana Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics

Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

Montana Dental Hygienist Association

Montana Food Bank Network

Montana Hospital Association

Montana Human Rights Network

Montana Interfaith Network

Montana Medical Association

Montana Nurses Association

Montana Primary Care Association

Montana Public Health Association

Montana Women Vote

NAMI Montana

National Association of Social Workers – Montana Chapter

NeighborWorks Great Falls

Northwest Community Health Center

Opportunity Resources, Inc.

Partnership Health Center

Partnership for Children

Pastor Karen Disney, Methodist, Libby

Planned Parenthood of Montana

Providence Medical Group

Providence St. Patrick Hospital

Providence St. Joseph

PureView Health Center

Quality Life Concepts

Reach, Inc.

Rev. Tyler Amundson, Methodist, Helena

Rev. David Andersen, President, Montana Association of Christians

Rev. Susan Barnes, Presbyterian, Billings

Rev. Lindean Barnett Christenson, ELCA, Bozeman

Rev. Pattiann Bennett, Episcopal, Eureka

Rev. Connie Campbell-Pearson

Rev. Jean Collins, Episcopal, Lewistown

Rev. Dan Dixson, M.Div., BCC, CT, Chaplain, Missoula

Rev. Deacon Donna Gleaves, Diocese of Montana, Catholic, Helena

Rev. Ronald C. Greene, Disciples of Christ, Great Falls

Rev. Steve Hundley, Presbyterian, Great Falls

Rev. Dana L. Keener, Helena

Rev. Rob Kirby, United Methodist, Billings

Rev. Roxanne Klingensmith, Bozeman

Rev. Marcia Lauzon, Deacon, Episcopal, Great Falls

Rev. John S. Lewis, UMC, Great Falls

Rev. John Lund, ELCA, Missoula

Rev. Robyn Morrison, Helena

Rev. Michael S. Mulberry, UCC, Billings

Rev. Duffy Peet, UU, Bozeman

Rev. Denise Rogers, Episcopal, Bozeman, First Nation Campus Ministry

Rev. David H. Rommereim, ELCA, Whitefish

Rev. William Sappington, Lutheran, Billings

Rev. Jane Shipp, Episcopal Diocese of Montana

Rev. Canon Gary Waddingham, Billings

Rev. Mary Wellemeyer, Unitarian Universalist Consulting Minister, Columbia Falls

RiverStone Health

SEIU 775

Shodair Children’s Hospital

South Central Montana Regional Mental Health Center

Southwest Montana Community Health Center

St. Peter’s Hospital

United Way of Lewis and Clark Area

United Way of Missoula County

United Way of Yellowstone County

Watson Children’s Center

Western Montana Mental Health Center

Western Native Voice

Yellowstone Boys & Girls Ranch

Youth Homes

YWCA Helena

YWCA Great Falls

YWCA Missoula