The Emergency Medical Services Grant Program is administered by the Montana Department of Transportation. The Montana Legislature found that the provision of care administered by professional paramedics and emergency medical technicians before the patient reaches the hospital – known as prehospital emergency medical services (EMS) – can improve the medical outcome for people suffering medical emergencies and may improve the safety of motorist on Montana roads by providing emergency response to vehicle crash sites.
The purpose of the program is to provide grants to eligible EMS providers for purchasing or leasing ambulances or emergency response vehicles, purchasing equipment and training materials.
In order to be considered for funding, applicants must meet all eligibility requirements. Grant details can be found at the websites listed below (under website links).
For questions regarding eligibility requirements, please contact:
Spencer Harris, State Highway Traffic Safety Section, 406-444-0856, or firstname.lastname@example.org