MONTANA GENERATIONAL JUSTICE
MGJ Mission statement:
MGJ is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt non-profit organization that provides advance directives, estate planning and related legal education to medical facilities and individuals across Montana.
Specific target groups Montana Generational Justice serves:
• Individuals eighteen years and older;
• Native Americans;
• Veterans; and
• Medical facilities.
Types of services provided by MGJ:
On-site clinics: Clinics supported through grant funding to complete advance directives at no cost to participants.
Zoom/Phone clinics: One-on-one clinics conducted by phone or online using the Zoom platform, which allows face-to-face interactions. These clinics are supported by grant funding or MGJ's Modest Means Program.
Sponsorship clinics: Clinics are financially supported through an organization or entity (such as hospitals or medical facilities) to complete advance directives.
Modest Means clinics: These clinics focus on a full range of estate planning documents: both Durable Powers of Attorney for health care and financial; basic or advanced Will; Transfer on Death Deed or TODD (formerly called Beneficiary Deed); and Declaration of Homestead. The Modest Means Program will address both completing new and/or updating documents.
For more information on MGJ Services contact: (406) 422-3904