For Section 8 housing registration information click here. Section 8 is a resource for lower income families and individuals to make housing more affordable.
The Human Resource Council is a great place to start. Trained staff analyzes questions and/or problems and link people with social services that meet their needs. They operate an information and referral line at 406.549.5555 or 211 which is active from 12-5pm M-F.
For folks living with HIV, see our housing assistance information page.
YWCA is a fantastic resource for anyone dealing with or leaving a domestic violence situation, for those who have experienced sexual violence, and/or are experiencing homelessness. They run a 24/7 support line-406.544.1944 and offer many services such as transitional housing, emergency shelter, and services for families and children while folks work toward self-sufficiency and independence.
Valor House provides transitional housing and services for veterans. Call for an application 406.829.3929.
Shelter Plus Care provides rental assistance for homeless people with disabilities, primarily those with serious mental illness, chronic problems with alcohol and/or drugs, and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), and related diseases. A program of Section 8 housing.
The Missoula Poverello Center provides food, shelter and help to Missoula’s homeless and undeserved populations. 406.728.1809
Salvation Army of Missoula offers many services, including emergency shelter and winter shelter. 406.549.0710
A list of Montana Bills Assistance Programs can be found here. This is a good list of services and resources for low income individuals and families.
1500 W Broadway Suite A
Missoula, MT 59802
Hours for Syringe Exchange:
It’s simple enough: a small finger prick and minutes later you know your HIV and Hep C status.
Chlamydia and Gonorrhea screening also available –self administered, fast and super simple.
Hours for testing:
Closed every day noon-1pm
Schedule your appointment here or call