Adult Protective Services Specialists help to protect vulnerable adults from abuse, neglect and exploitation. They help end abuse by matching the needs of the person, with community partners in their area. Partners like mental health, public health, law enforcement, the courts, the aging network, community groups and the public. Senior and Long Term Care. Community Services - Independent Living. Healthy Living. Home and Living Options. Protective and Legal Services. Financial Planning. Service Partners and Providers. Eligibility. Governor's Conference on Aging. Big Sky Waiver Proposed Montana Medicaid Fee Schedule -Elderly and Physically Disabled Home and Community.
In Montana, the court classifies custody into different types, such as legal custody, physical custody, sole, or joint custody. A parent is said to have legal custody of a child when that parent makes the important decisions in the child’s life. (a) the state of Montana; or (b) the United States secretary of the interior as being eligible for the services provided to Indians or because of the group's status as Indians, including any Alaskan native village as defined in federal law.
Types of Child Custody. There are two basic types of child custody in Montana, and each comes in two forms. Legal Custody. A parent is said to have legal custody of a child when that parent makes the important decisions in the child’s life. Some of those decisions . Apply for a small grant to purchase a courtesy car for a rural airport from the Montana Aeronautics Division. Crime Victim Notification Request Register to receive notification when the location or custody status of an adult felon changes.