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Missoula Community Resources: Food

Need help with non-school related issues? This guide can help you find resources for childcare, food assistance, housing, and more.

UM Food Pantry

Located in the UC. Free food assistance to UM students, staff, faculty & community members, free personal care products, and SNAP application assistance.

Hours: Tuesdays from 12 PM- 5 PM & Fridays from 10 AM - 5 PM

More information about the Food Pantry

Grizzly Cupboards - Self-Serve Food Pantry Locations:

  • Missoula College 430 

  • Lommasson Center 180 (TRIO Student Support Services)

  • UM VETS Office

  • AISS Student Lounge

Missoula Food Bank

"Offering emergency food assistance and child nutrition programs to all individuals and families who come to us in need."

Currently, the food bank is giving food to people using pre-packed shopping carts. More information on how to use their store.

Current Hours: M, T, TH: 10am-7pm; W, F: 10am-1pm

(406-549-0543)

1720 Wyoming Street Missoula, MT 59801

mail@missoulafoodbank.org

 

Poverello Center

Free meals served daily from 6am-7:30am, 11:30am-1:45pm, and 5pm-6:30pm.

Food Pantry open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 5:30pm – 7pm

View the Poverello Center website.

1110 W. Broadway St. Missoula, MT 59802

(406) 728-1809

poverello@montana.com

Meals on Wheels

Missoula Aging Services (MAS) Meals on Wheels program offers in-home delivery of hot meals five days a week.

Meals on Wheels provides meals to adults age 60+ and adults with disabilities under the age of 60. Meals for adults with disabilities under the age of 60 are provided with a sliding scale payment plan. Individuals receive a home visit prior to service to determine eligibility.

If you or a loved one is in need of Meals on Wheels, MAS can provide the service at no cost, though participants are asked to make a voluntary contribution to help cover the cost of the program. SNAP payments are also accepted.

Contact Missoula Aging Services at 406-728-7682 for more information.