• Autism Community Connections 

    Missoula County Public Schools is dedicated to bringing support to students on the autism spectrum and their families.  Resources are posted on this webpage on a regular basis.  For questions, please contact our office. 


  • Montana Resources

    To access our Autism Library, please visit the MCPS District Library.  You can do an electronic search on the District Library website.  Are you a parent or an outside agency?  
    That's okay!  You can contact the library at 728-2400 x1077 to set up an account.
    College Autism Spectrum (Resources for students transitioning to college by state and university)
    BASE Youth Services (part of Summit Independent Living) (All abilities community center with scheduled activities)

    University of Montana Rite Care Clinic Resources

    YETI (Youth Engagement Through Intervention) social skills intervention for 6-13 year old children.
    MOSSAIC (Mentoring, Organization, and Social Support for Autism Inclusion on Campus) is a University of Montana program for UM students and community members. MOSSAIC supports people with Autism and related disorders.
    Other Services Speech, language, and hearing screenings, consultations, evaluations, and therapy to individuals across the lifespan. 

    Online Resources

    Hey Sigmund a website for children and teens with anxiety.

    Bright and Quirky for children and teens who are also identified as gifted.

    The Autism Self Advocacy Network (ASAN) The Autistic Self Advocacy Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization run by and for autistic people. ASAN is a national grassroots disability rights organization for the autistic community.

    The Arc, Autism Now The National Autism Resource and Information Center will be a dynamic and interactive, highly visible and effective central point of quality resources and information for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other developmental disabilities, their families, and other targeted key stakeholders.

    Autism Society Everyone deserves to live fully. At the core of the Autism Society’s work is a goal to influence meaningful change in support of the Autism community.