COVID-19 and building project update

At this time, construction of The Meadowlark has not paused. We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and update you with any changes to our building project or campaign.

Construction update: March 2020

Construction of the stem walls are now complete. Soon concrete will be poured for the foundation of the family housing center wing. Decking is being placed across the top of the parking garage,

Construction update: February 2020

Winter weather is upon us, but construction of The Meadowlark is proceeding. The concrete walls of the underground garage are 99% complete and the concrete floor is underway.

Underground parking garage nears completion: January 2020

The concrete walls of the underground parking garage at The Meadowlark are now nearly finished. Construction of the elevator will begin soon, as will the supports for the first floor.

Homeless families face waiting lists for emergency housing

While it’s exciting to watch the construction progress on The Meadowlark, there are still families in Missoula today who don’t have a safe place to stay.

Construction update on The Meadowlark: Fall 2019

Construction is moving along at the site of our new facility, 1800 South 3rd Street West. The existing building has been deconstructed (with all of the recyclable materials being re-purposed)

Local businesses promote See Them Home campaign during September

Look for blue See Them Home shirts all over town during the week of September 8th! Dozens of Missoula businesses are sporting the shirts, displaying posters, and collecting donations!

Groundbreaking ceremony held to mark launch of facility construction

Celebration (and dirt!) was in the air, as YWCA Missoula and MIC, joined by community members, officials and campaign supporters, turned the first shovelfuls of soil at the site of the new facility.

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 and shelter.