Welcome to Gateways

We are committed to supporting the many inspiring individuals we assist to lead fulfilling lives.

COVID-19 Coronavirus Concerns at Gateways

At Gateways, the health and well-being of our people is a paramount priority. We’re taking appropriate precautions, sharing relevant information, and monitoring public health notifications. Daily updates coming from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the NH Division of Public Health Services (DPHS). They also offer practical information on prevention and what to do if you think you have come in contact with someone with the Coronavirus. We urge you to review the websites:

It is important that we take everyday precautions, such as keeping space between ourselves and avoiding contact with people who are sick and taking preventative measures like washing our hands, cleaning/disinfecting surfaces, and avoiding crowds. Self-observe and stay home when we aren’t feeling well or have any respiratory symptoms. We will provide updates to clients/families/guardians, staff, and our Board of Directors as needed.

Please see more information about Gateways COVID-19 planning and actions below:

Clients/families/guardians, the following are letters from our individual programs shared 3/18 and 3/19:

Gateways is a safety net agency. We are on the front lines dealing with this pandemic and its impact on our society’s most vulnerable citizens. We thank our dedicated staff and all who support our mission.

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Our Mission

Gateways Community Services believes that all people are of great value and strives to be innovative when providing quality supports needed for individuals to lead meaningful lives in their community.

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Robert Bruckner, 13, a special education student at Bozeman's Chief Joseph Middle School, uses an iPad given to his mother by a Connecticut charity to help children with autism and special needs.

Gateways Programs

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Services for Children

For more than 25 years, we continue to support parents in their efforts to help their children to reach their maximum potential. Our wide variety of community based services offer many choices, control and flexibility to fit your family’s needs. 

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Services for Adults

We offer people who experience developmental disabilities, brain acquired injuries and veterans home and community based services to help them stay as independent as possible.

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Services for Seniors

We provide resources for seniors to remain active and living at home.

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Services for Autism

The Gateways Autism Center focuses on providing services for individuals with a diagnosis on the Autism Spectrum and/or a disability that impacts behavior.

Our Impact

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Community Partners

Our collaboartion with local vendors has helped to provide support for thousands of individuals this year.

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of Dollars Raised

Goes directly to value added services for our clients.

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"Gateways has been a tremendous help in Gabriel's progress.  The skills they have taught Gabriel to master have set such a great foundation for him to continue and build on.  The staff are great at communicating his goals as well as listening to my concerns and opinions--we are in it together! I am so grateful!

Julie N.

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"Early intervention has worked wonders for all three of my children.  Our Service Coordinator always listen to our concerns, offers new ideas or tips and, is so caring to our kids.  I love everything about this program.  It helps so many families and children.  I am very thankful for every person that been instrumental in the success of my children. Thank you!!"

Katie G.

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