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  • Our Mission

  • Missoula Aging Services promotes the independence, dignity and health of older adults and those who care for them.

  • "Missoula Aging Services is always looking at the big picture while still being concerned about the individual."

Our Services

  • Meals on Wheels More

    Nutrition Program Manager Curtis Hammond and volunteer Dick Blank assemble dental hygiene packets for Meals on Wheels participants.

    Nutrition Program Manager Curtis Hammond and volunteer Dick Blank assemble dental hygiene packets for Meals on Wheels participants.

    Every day dozens of caring volunteers deliver hundreds of meals right to the tables of people who are struggling with an illness, a disability or simply with the challenges of growing older.

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  • Other Information & Assistance More

    Missoula Aging Services' trained specialists provide information and assistance to seniors and their caregivers on a variety of topics including long-term care, estate planning, Medicare and Medicaid.

    Missoula Aging Services' trained specialists provide information and assistance to seniors and their caregivers on a variety of topics including long-term care, estate planning, Medicare and Medicaid.

    State and Federal financial assistance programs are available to help to pay for the cost of Medicare including prescription drug plans and the costs of medications. Eligibility depends on income and resources.

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  • Resource Center More

    The Resource Center has many free brochures, as well as a comprehensive lending library of books, DVDs and CDs about specific topics.

    The Resource Center has many free brochures, as well as a comprehensive lending library of books, DVDs and CDs about specific topics.

    Missoula Aging Services’ Resource Center provides assistance and access to a multitude of resources for seniors and their caregivers, including referrals to senior services located in Missoula County and throughout the United States.

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  • Nutrition Program Manager Curtis Hammond and volunteer Dick Blank assemble dental hygiene packets for Meals on Wheels participants.

    Nutrition Program Manager Curtis Hammond and volunteer Dick Blank assemble dental hygiene packets for Meals on Wheels participants.

  • Missoula Aging Services' trained specialists provide information and assistance to seniors and their caregivers on a variety of topics including long-term care, estate planning, Medicare and Medicaid.

    Missoula Aging Services' trained specialists provide information and assistance to seniors and their caregivers on a variety of topics including long-term care, estate planning, Medicare and Medicaid.

  • The Resource Center has many free brochures, as well as a comprehensive lending library of books, DVDs and CDs about specific topics.

    The Resource Center has many free brochures, as well as a comprehensive lending library of books, DVDs and CDs about specific topics.

Make a Difference Through Volunteering

For many homebound seniors and people with disabilities, volunteers are the bright spot in their day. Missoula Aging Services offers volunteer opportunities for everyone. Singles, families, friends, groups, and businesses will all find ways to make a difference in the lives of people who are in need in our community. 

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Upcoming Events

Powerful Tools for Caregivers

August, 7th – Educational program in six consecutive classes for family caregivers (no professionals, please) who care for an older relative or friend. Learn how to take care of yourself; comm...

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Recent News

Hospice Care Foundation honors MAS volunteer

July, 2nd – Missoula Aging Services RSVP volunteer Mary Olson recently received the Hospice Care Foundation's "Honoring Our Heroes" award for her extraordinary contributions through volu...

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