Apartment Debate Highlights Housing Struggles Facing Many Older Missoulians
The Skyview apartments would cater to residents age 55 and older. A 39-unit complex has been proposed at 2400 Ninth Street West in Missoula. Housing is one of the most common issues that clients address with Missoula Aging Services. Skyview would be one step to addressing the aging population in Missoula. The 65 and older population is expected to increase by 52-percent from 2017 to 2023.
Guest column in Missoulian
MAS Governing Board Chair Larry White shares some of the potential impacts on older adults if federal-state Medicaid funding is cut. Read the July 1, 2017 guest opinion here.
Guest opinion in Missoulian
Senior Corps volunteers are valued highly in the community for their contributions, and Senior Corps Week during May is a good time to acknowledge that. Read the May 15, 2017 guest opinion article here.
Swan Valley Community Foundation Supports Initiative for Services for Older Adults
The SVCF is working in collaboration with Missoula Aging Services (MAS) and the Seeley Lake Community Foundation to fund a resource specialist at MAS' new satellite office in Seeley Lake. Read the article in the Seeley Lake Pathfinder.