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Open Aid Alliance

Open Aid Alliance works with the unique potential of each individual to overcome stigma as they seek greater health.

Services & Support

We will continue our modified hours through the end of July with most staff working remotely most of the time.  We can meet with people outside, deliver supplies to your home or send them through the mail.  We want to keep our staff and clients as safe as possible as we watch the data during the reopening phases.  We’re open to new ideas about delivering services to you.  If you have suggestions about how that could look, please fill out the form below and send us your ideas.  If you have any questions, you may email [email protected].

Housing and Support for People Living with HIV

For housing specific questions, please call 406-543-4770 and choose option 3,  or email [email protected]

To join our HIV+ support group, please email [email protected]

Syringe Services Program - Missoula

Safe injection supplies can be picked up at 1500 Broadway and Cooper St. on Tues. and Thurs. from 12-3pm.

If you live in Missoula and are unable to pick up supplies during those times, you can request supplies be delivered to you. Call 543-4770 and choose option 2. If you live elsewhere in Montana, click here to order supplies sent via mail.

Syringe Services Program - Polson

The Polson Syringe Services Program is open Mon-Wed 10am-3pm in the Lake County Health Department.

To limit the amount of people in the building at any one time, the doors to the health department will be locked.  Please call 406-273-1888 and OAA staff will open the door for you.

Syringe Litter Hotline

Call 543-4770 and choose option 5, to let us know you found syringe litter in our community.  We’ll pick it up and dispose of it properly.

Peer Support

We are currently offering peer support through phone and video platforms. If you are looking for connection and support we can help!
Contact us at [email protected] or 543-4770, option 6 for more information.

Coronavirus Resources

Information and resources for people who use drugs and for those living with HIV.  All of the information we’ve linked to is from trusted and reliable sources.  As the information changes, so will this page so you’ll always have the latest and best information.

Connect With Us

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How Can We Help? Share Your Ideas With Us.

Do you have ideas on how we can deliver our services while we operate with limited hours?  Please share your ideas about any of our programs so we can continue to support you.  Fill out this form and let us know.  Fill out your name and email so we can follow up with you if we have questions.

Hours & Locations


Morning Hours

We are available weekday mornings, from 9:00-12:00 by appointment only.  Appointments are for peer support, testing, training, and Medicaid signups and can be scheduled online or by calling 543-4770.

Afternoon Hours

We are open for all services and programs from 1:00-5:00 Mon-Thurs and from 1:00-7:00 on Friday.


We provide discreet, anonymous services for people injecting drugs and their loved ones every Wednesday and Friday from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm.

We are located in the Lake County Health Department.  If you need more information about our services, please call 406-273-1888 or 543-4770.  You may also send an email to [email protected]


1500 W. Broadway, Suite A


802 Main St.

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