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Bridgercare is hiring a full time Development Coordinator!

The Development Coordinator is chiefly responsible for organizing and implementing Bridgercare’s event planning, grant/donor cultivation and maintenance, marketing and advertising, and external communications.  The ideal candidate will have experience and skills in non-profit organization, event planning, database management, donor relations, fundraising and written communications.  Must be community oriented, personable, ambitious, well-organized, and supportive of Bridgercare’s mission.  Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of two years’ experience in an administrative position, preferably in a not-for-profit development office, are required.   Salary DOE.

Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Stephanie McDowell at smcdowell@bridgercare.org or to 300 N. Willson Ave, Suite 2001, Bozeman, MT  59715.

Applications will be accepted through September 22, 2014, 5:00pm MST.

 

Bridgercare is offering COLPOSCOPIES !

Bridgercare is thrilled to announce we have expanded our services! We are now offering COLPOSCOPY PROCEDURES ON A SLIDING FEE SCALE, in addition to our current family planning and reproductive health procedures!

Bridgercare accepts new patients, referrals, all insurances, and Medicaid. (Bridgercare does not accept Medicare.) We also offer a sliding fee scale to patients based on their income and family size.  Essential (medically indicated) services, including colposcopy, are provided regardless of ability to pay.

Sweet Tooth Ball 2015 !

Sweet Tooth Ball 2015 will be Friday, February 6th!  Tickets and tables will be available for purchase on our website in the Fall 2014.

Thank you for supporting Sweet Tooth Ball 2014!

Click on the image below to see the 150+ donors to Sweet Tooth Ball this year!  Thank you for your support!  (Click to enlarge.)

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Earn up to $40 Helping a Research Project!

Birth Control Project - Indiana UniversityAre you thinking about starting a new birth control method?

Want to earn $40 to participate in a research study about why Montana women use birth control and how it impacts their sexual health?

If you answered YES!  to both of those questions, then you should consider making an appointment at  Bridgercare and ask about how you can join the Birth Control Project!

Are you currently using condoms, a diaphragm or cervical cap, withdrawal/”pulling out”, natural family planning, the copper IUD, or not using any birth control method at all?

If you answered Yes! Then you might be eligible to participate in the Birth Control Project now! Please click on the link below for more information.

Birth Control Project www.sexualhealth.indiana.edu/bcp