Our Services

Providing Help, Hope and Opportunity

Missoula Aging Services reaches a population few organizations serve

As an Aging and Disability Resource Center, Missoula Aging Services is committed to promoting the independence, dignity and health of older adults and those who care for them. Our services range from providing Meals On Wheels for homebound adults, to teaching New to Medicare classes, to providing respite care for caregivers. We are able to make a complex system of services more easily accessible through education, referrals and individualized, person-centered services. Contact us today to find out how we can help.

  • "They definitely treat you like family. As soon as you walk in the door, the people at the front desk have big smiles and they make you feel really good."
  • 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 More

    Volunteers help deliver nutritional supplements.

    Volunteers help deliver nutritional supplements.

    Missoula Aging Services provides nourishing meals, nutritional education and important social contact to seniors and people with disabilities.

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  • Caregiver Support More

    Ease your mind and enhance your loved one’s care with our help.

    Ease your mind and enhance your loved one’s care with our help.

    Being the primary caregiver for a family member or friend can be intense. Thankfully, Missoula Aging Services’ numerous Caregiver Support Programs can help.

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  • 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.

  • Volunteers help deliver nutritional supplements.

    Volunteers help deliver nutritional supplements.

  • Ease your mind and enhance your loved one’s care with our help.

    Ease your mind and enhance your loved one’s care with our help.

Our Partners

Missoula Aging Services works with many local, regional and national organizations to meet the needs of older adults and people with disabilities in Missoula County. It is only through these partnerships, that we are able to accomplish the agency’s mission of promoting the independence, dignity and health of older adults and those who care for them.