Last Updated: June 2nd, 2010


Social and habilitative support for people living in congregate homes and apartments.

Picture of the Hudson House Spring Meadow Resources operates 6 congregate living homes that house 6 to 8 adults in each. Client/staff ratios are determined by state contract. Each home is warmly decorated, yet incorporates health and safety measures stated in licensing requirements. Residents have their own rooms, for the most part, and share public areas such as the kitchen and living room. Every effort is made to keep each home comfortable.

Spring Meadow Resources also owns and operates a seven unit apartment building for those independent individuals in our services who need a moderate amount of assistance to live on their own.

Supported Living Services

Social and habilitative support for adults living independently.

Those adults who live in the Helena community in their own homes, whether they are employed, cannot work, or are retired, may receive supported living services allowing them to live in their own homes. These services may include shopping, cooking, laundry and housework, transportation to community events, banking, and other day-to-day activities.

Day Program

Staying active and staying involved.

Formerly known as CAP, the day program serves adults who do not wish to work, cannot work, or have retired providing 6 hours during weekdays with purposeful activities.


Spring Meadow Resources is in a unique position in the field of developmental disabilities. A 30 acre park with a pond is behind the main office and day program buildings. We have developed this site for camping, picnicking, bird watching, viewing wildlife, fishing, boating, and other outdoor recreational activities. While this area is a focus of recreation for all SMR serves, it is also used by others with disabilities in the area. Spring Meadow Resources provides a good deal of off-site recreation to those we serve, as well. Vacations to Hawaii every 2 years, trips to national parks and cities, and other vacation destinations for those we serve find them traveling as their finances allow.