is home to 110 homeless children every night.


It’s easy to overlook the homeless families in Missoula, but they are just as real as our most recognized sites.


It’s time we start seeing the problem … and offering our help just as visibly. That’s why YWCA Missoula and Missoula Interfaith Collaborative have joined together to begin working on a better solution for Missoula’s homeless families and survivors of domestic violence.


In our valley, beauty converges with culture to create a community unlike any, anywhere. But for some people, life in Missoula means impossible choices and crushing hardship. It means running from violence at home—and hiding the realities of homelessness at school or work. Watch this brief video to learn about the challenges faced by Missoula’s hidden homeless, and hear how YWCA Missoula and Missoula Interfaith Collaborative are partnering to See Them Home.



YWCA Missoula and Missoula Interfaith Collaborative launch public phase of capital campaign

After four years of planning and initial fundraising, YWCA and MIC have launched the public phase of a capital campaign to build a new facility that will provide much-needed services

Missoula City Council adopts landmark affordable housing policy

In late June, the Missoula City Council adopted a new housing policy aimed at a goal that dovetails with our own: fostering more affordable housing in Missoula.

Giving doesn’t have to start at your wallet: five other ways to support the campaign

We know that sometimes cash is short but the will to give is strong. Here are five ways you can help Missoula’s homeless families if you can’t make a financial donation at this time.