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“NAMI Family & Friends” is a free, 4-hour seminar that provides information and support for individuals who have a loved one living with a mental disorder. We have two of these seminars scheduled: Saturday, March 17 (1:00 to 5:00 p.m.) at 202 Brooks, Room 210 (St. Paul Lutheran Church) and Saturday, April 7 (1:00 to 5:00 p.m.) at Light of the Valley Assembly Church, 103 N. Kootenai Creek Road in Stevensville. Class space is limited and pre-registration for either is required. To register, go to this link:

For the March 17 seminar, type 59801 into the zip code box, then follow the prompts; for the April 7 seminar, type in 59870.

Please call us at 880-1013 if you have any questions.


NEW!! “Accommodating Mental Illness in the Workplace” is a handbook for employers developed by NAMI Missoula. The booklet is only available for now as a PDF attachment; if you would like a copy, please email us at:


NAMI Missoula is proud to be registered at AmazonSmile, where Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to the charities selected by customers. Go to our AmazonSmile link and select us as your charity of choice!


 We would like to recognize and thank the local businesses who allow us to place our “NAMI Missoula” donation containers on their premises. The money collected in these containers goes directly to our Benevolent Fund; through our “co-pay” voucher program, in partnership with local mental health centers, it helps individuals with limited financial resources purchase necessary psychiatric medications.

Businesses that have NAMI Missoula donation containers are:

Rockin’ Rudy’s / Orange Street Food Farm / Savmor Drug / Fuddrucker’s / Fresh Market (West Broadway) / Crazy Mike’s (Eastgate Shopping Center) / Conoco Station (6265 Mullan Road)

Our thanks to all these merchants and to the generous people of Missoula!


NEW GROUP!! Our “Managing Your Life” group started in January; it meets every Wednesday morning from 10:00 to 11:30 at 202 Brooks, Room 208. Based on the “recovery” model of psychiatric rehabilitation, “Managing Your Life” is for adults living with mental illness who want to improve their quality of life. We cover life skills such as time management, setting goals, making decisions, coping with obstacles, resilience, trust, communication skills, etc. This is an ongoing weekly group–it’s free, and no registration is required, and individuals can join anytime. Please call us at 880-1013 if you have any questions.


NAMI MISSOULA is located at 202 Brooks Street (Room 210) in Missoula, Montana. Our normal office hours are 9 a.m. to noon, Monday through Thursday, and by appointment outside those hours. We can be reached by phone at 406-880-1013 or by email at 

Our mailing address is: NAMI Missoula, PO Box 5413, Missoula MT 59806. 


We have recently updated our booklet of community resources, “You Are Not Alone”. You can download it here NAMI booklet WEB , you can pick one up at our office, or you can call us at 880-1013 to request copies.

In addition, the Curry Counseling Center at the University of Montana offers a helpful link to finding local mental health providers:


PLEASE NOTE: Our new “Family Support & Education” group meets on Thursday evenings from 6:00 to 7:30 at 202 Brooks, Room 208. This peer-led group is for relatives, friends, and caregivers of individuals with mental illness; it’s free and confidential, and no registration is required. Please call us at 880-1013 if you have questions about this group or any of our groups and programs.


IF YOU ARE IN CRISIS, CALL 911.                                                                                     



Crisis Response Team: 532-9710

Voices of Hope: 406-453-4357

Providence Center Urgent Mental Health Clinic: 327-3034

Missoula City-County Suicide Prevention: 258-3883           

General Resource Information: 211

National Crisis Text Line: 741741                                        

Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233                                                              

Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-4673


NAMI Missoula is an affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness and of NAMI Montana. We provide education, advocacy, and support for individuals and families affected by mental illness, and we work with like-minded groups in the community to combat stigma and stereotypes about mental illness. NAMI Missoula offers free weekly support groups, free education classes, a resource library, and much more. Please call us at 406-880-1013 for more information.


We would like to thank clergy, staff, and members of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Missoula for their generous provision of office and meeting space, and for all their encouragement and support.

NAMI Missoula is a proud member of the Missoula Downtown Association, partnering with the MDA and its members to make Missoula the best community it can be!  (

We are also proud to work with “Missoula Gives” ( in its efforts to raise money for local nonprofits. We count ourselves fortunate to live in such a generous and caring community!

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