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The Montana State Self-Help Knowledge Base provides articles and resources on programs across the Montana state government. Montana residents who are owners of a pass-through entity (PTE) that paid income taxes in another state may be eligible for the credit for the income taxes paid to anotherHow do I find out what I qualify for in Montana?
You can use the Healthcare.gov Income Levels and Savings tool to find out what you might qualify for. The best way to find out what you qualify for is to apply. If you want to apply for food and cash assistance at the same time, apply at apply.mt.gov or call the Montana Public Assistance Helpline at 888-706-1535.How do I apply for food and cash assistance in Montana?
If you want to apply for food and cash assistance at the same time, apply at apply.mt.gov or call the Montana Public Assistance Helpline at 888-706-1535. The name, address, contact info, and birth date for everyone in your household Social security numbers and/or immigration documents (only for people who are applying for coverage)How do I apply for a job in Montana?
Visit your local Job Service Workforce Center or view our Candidate User Guide to get help applying for a job. Current State Employee Career Section (Current state employees please use this link to view and apply for jobs.) Montana State Fund Jobs (Use this link to apply for all State Fund jobs.)