Community Services

American Indian Services

Introductory Information

This category includes a range of services designed for and/or facilitated by Native people. These services are for multiple ages and are not exclusive to American Indians. 

Missoula Urban Indian Health Center

The Missoula Urban Indian Health Center provides a vast array of Health, Behavior Health, and Community Services that can be found under the "services" tab on their website. 

(406) 829-9515

Missoula County Public Schools Indian Education Department

The mission statement for the Missoula County School Indian Education Department is to: Help Native American students achieve academically, culturally, and socially to graduate and become successful lifelong learners.

(406) 728-2400

Tim Payne LCSW, LAC

Specializes in Co-Occurring Disorders, depression, anxiety, trauma and addictions. 

(406) 728-9814

8tpayne@gmail.com

U.M. American Indian Gateway

The American Indian Gateway provides access to University webpages that feature academic programs, research and studies related to American Indian communities, American Indian faculty and staff members, student programs and clubs, alumni relations, the University’s Strategic Plan and news and events across campus and within the community. 

(406) 243-6787

rosalyn.lapier@mso.umt.edu

MUIHC Events

The link above will take you to the Missoula Urban Indian Health Center's Facebook page. There you will find announcements for various community events. 

Interpersonal Violence Talking Circle

This Talking Circle is facilitated by Sexual Assault Response Advocate, Maegan Rides At The Door, and meets every Tuesday evening at the YWCA. The group is open to female survivors of interpersonal violence and their children. Groups take place from 6:30-8:00pm and all new and returning participants are invited to a free meal beforehand at 5:30. Please contact Erica Sandiland with any questions.

(406) 543-6691

esandiland@ywcaofmissoula.org