Missoula Specific Resources
Homeless Outreach Team (HOT) Line
Suicide/ Crisis Hotline
Western Montana Mental Health Center
Emergency 24-hour line with Mental Health Professional
1-800-820-0083 or 532-9710
YWCA Domestic Violence 24-Hour Crisis Line
542-1944 or 1-800-483-7858
Child and Elder Abuse Help 24-Hour Line
1-800-332-6100 or 444-9810
Missoula Police/Sheriff’s Department:
911 24-hour non-emergency line
:552-6300 or 258-4810
Meals and Food Pantries
Missoula Food Bank 219 S 3rdSt W, 549-0543
Pantry Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-1pm Monday, Tuesday,
Free meals for children. Find them in your area at: https://www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks
1110 W. Broadway,
Breakfast Daily 4am-7:30am
Lunch Daily 11:30am-1:45pm
Dinner Daily 5:30pm-6:30pm
Food Pantry Daily 1pm-2:30pm
24 hours sack lunches available
506 B Toole Ave, 549-4673
Breakfast: M-Sat, 7 am –8:30 am,
Friday Dinner, 4:30 pm to 6 pm
Clark Fork City Church
2811 Latimer St, 721-7804
Christian Life Center 3801 Russell, 542-0353 2ndand 4th
Monday of every month 4:30pm-6pm
Around the very back of the church
HIS Food Pantry (Foursquare Church)
1001 Cleveland, 721-6884
Last Thursday of the month 5pm-7pm
River of Life Food Bank
4007 Hwy 200, East-Missoula,
3rdand 4th Saturdays 1pm-3pm
Monthly Assistance Programs
Office of Public Assistance/ SNAP
2677 Palmer Suite 100,
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
formerly known as the Food Stamp Program provides
monthly assistance for food.
Apply online at
Healthy Montana Kids Plan
Free or low-cost health coverage for children and teenagers up to age 19.
WIC (Women, Infants, and Children)
301 W. Alder, 258-4740
Nutrition and supplemental food program. Also provide breastfeeding support and formula as needed.
Available to pregnant women and children under 5.
Employment & Rental Assistance
Missoula Job Service 537 S. 3rd St. W.
Job placement, training, and employment counseling.
Missoula Housing Authority
1235 34th St.
Come to an orientation Tues. 5:15pm or Wed at 12pm to
get more info on affordable housing and/or signed up for public housing and rental assistance.
Human Resource Council
1801 S. Higgins, 728-3710.
LIEAP (energy/heat assistance), Section 8 and rental
assistance, employment and training opportunities.
WORD (Women’s Opportunity & Resource Development.)
2405 McIntosh Loop, 543-3550
Limited rental assistance, renter education, parent
program for parents under 22 years (not just for women).
Montana Legal Services 211 N. Higgins Ste 401.
HelpLine M-F 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at 1-800-666-6899.
Free legal assistance and advice
Crime Victim Advocates 500 N Higgins, Suite 201.
258-4630. Helps with temporary order of protection,
advocacy for crime victims.
Missoula Self-help Law Center
Courthouse, 200 W. Broadway, RM 271. 406-258-3428.
M-W-TH-F 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Directs individuals to legal information and proper forms.