Community Resources

  • We Care - Missoulian

    River of Life Church

    Missoula Alliance Church

    Imagine Missoula - Facebook Page

    My Student In Need 

Food Resources

  • Missoula Food Bank

    Address: 1720 Wyoming St
    Phone: (406) 549-0543

    The Missoula Food Bank & Community Center partners with MCPS in providing weekend food for kids. Everyweek students in the EmPower Pack Program are sent home with 2 breakfasts, 2 snacks, and 2 minimal preperation meals. To sign up for the program call your school FIT coordinator.

    Poverello Center

    Address: 1110 West Broadway
    Phone: (406) 728-1809

    Union Gospel Mission

    Address: 506 B Toole Ave
    Phone: (406) 549-4673

Clothing Resources

  • Bethel Community Church

    Address: 1601 South 6th St W
    Hours: Tuesday 10 AM to 2 PM
    Phone: (406) 721-2780

    Eagle's Nest Thrift Store

    Address: 1700 South Ave W
    Hours: Monday, Tuesday, and Friday 11:30 AM to 2:45 PM, or Thursday 11:30 AM to 1:45 PM
    Phone: (406) 728-2400 ext 8627 or ext 7601

    Partnership Health Clothing Closet

    Address: 323 W Alder St (2nd Floor)
    Hours: Daily from 8 AM to 5 PM

Housing Resources

  • COORDINATED ENTRY SYSTEM

    Missoula has a coordinated entry system to assist our most vunerable families find housing quickly. If you are experiencing homelessness visit one of these placed today to explore housing options and resources. Follow this link to a PDF poster about what it is and how it works: Coordinated Entry System

    • Poverello Center

      Address: 1110 W Broadway
      Phone: (406) 728-1809
      Hours: 6am - 8:15pm daily
      Accessible by bus routes 2 and 14
    • YWCA

      Address: 1130 W Broadway
      Phone: (406) 543-6691
      Hours: 9am - 5pm Monday through Friday
      Accessible by bus routes 2 and 14
    • Salvation Army

      Address: 355 S Russell
      Phone: (406) 549-0710
      Hours: 9am - 3pm Monday through Friday, with extended hours Monday through Thursday 3-7pm for youth
    • Digital Option

      Call 2-1-1 or 549-5555; 24/7 and talk to an operator about your housing situation

    ADDITIONAL HOUSING RESOURCES

    • Human Resource Council  - http://www.humanresourcecouncil.org  Contact: (406) 728-3710
    • WORD  (Women's Opportunity & Resource Development)  Contact: (406) 543-3550, info@wordinc.org
    • Family Promise/Missoula Interfaith Collaborative  http://micmt.org  Contact: (406) 207-8228, 
    • River of Life Contact: (406) 214-3803

Medical / Health Resources

  • Partnership Health Center 

    Address: 401 Railroad St W, Missoula, MT 59802
    Hours:
    Monday 8AM–6PM
    Tuesday 9AM–6PM
    Wednesday 8AM–6PM
    Thursday 8AM–6PM
    Friday 8AM–6PM
    Phone: (406) 258-4789
     

    Western Montana Mental Health Center

    *update in Progress

    Helath Kids Montana

    *update in Progress

Summer Camps

    1. Currents and parks and rec – They have an annual scholarship families can apply for, up to $130.00. The scholarship can be used for splash/currents passes or camps. The families need to call, 552-6000 and make an appointment. Super quick and easy appointment, they will just need to provide tax information and a pay stub.
    2. ZACC – Art studio, tons of fun camps and classes. They have an online scholarship form, https://www.google.com/#safe=strict&q=ZACC+missoula&*. Can print off application, but may need to drop off in person at the ZACC.
    3. Natural History Museum – They offer scholarships for their camps, they also have an online scholarship form, http://www.montananaturalist.org/ and you can submit application online.
    4. Spectrum Science Museum- Camps for all ages, they have an online scholarship form, https://www.google.com/#safe=strict&q=spectrum+missoula&* you can submit this form online. *All EmPower Pack families recieved free memberships this year. If you can not find yours, simply contact Miss Lily in the FRC or even more simply, go to Spectrum and tell them you lost the form you recieved in the EmPower bag. Activities are rotated and there is always at least an hour or two of entertainment.*
    5. YMCA Camps, the YMCA offers financial assistance for all of their programs and camps. Families should go to the Y and pick up a scholarship form. Turn in back at the Y in person.
    6. MCT Children’s Theater Camps – May have Scholarship Opportunities for week long summer camps.
    7. WORD - Summer Arts and Leadership Camp - Free camp for 6 weeks of the summer. For more information contact your FIT coordinator.  Must be 8 to 14 years of age.