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On April 22, Montana Governor Steve Bullock released a phased re-opening of Montana that began on April 26. Phase one and two state that all vulnerable individuals should continue to follow stay-at-home guidelines. Phase three states vulnerable populations can resume public interactions, but should continue to practice social distancing and take precautionary measures. Roosevelt County Senior Center meal sites (Bainville, Culbertson, Froid and Wolf Point) will continue take-out meals until we successfully reach phase three of the Governor’s directive. Our staff will continue to clean and sanitize our buildings with utmost diligence for our clients’ safety and wellbeing.

Roosevelt County homemakers will be making their way back into client’s homes if the client feels comfortable doing so. Our homemakers will be following the Governor and CDC guidelines for personal protective equipment to protect clients and themselves.

Roosevelt County Senior Services building remains locked to the public until phase three.

However, we are still assisting clients by telephone or in-house appointments for Medicare and Social Security concerns including new enrollees. A member of our staff will meet you at the front door to let you into the building.

We are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. If you have any questions or concerns, contact us at 653-6221.

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