Dr. Amy K. Berglund
212 Main Street, Stevensville, MT 59870
Get well, Stay Well
Bountiful Baskets Food Co-op
Check site for delivery times and locations. May vary. This Co-op offers a conventional produce basket every other week which is generally ½ fruit and ½ veggies.
Community Food & Agriculture Coalition
328 E. Main Street, Missoula, MT 59802
Our aim is to develop a local food system that ensures all people have access to
nutritious, affordable food grown by family farmers within our region.
Garden City Harvest
103 Hickory St., Missoula, MT 59801
Garden City Harvest builds community by growing produce with and for
people with low-incomes, offering education in agriculture, and supporting the
personal restoration of youth and adults.
Harlequin Produce LLC
72664 Heart View Lane, Arlee, MT 59821
Harlequin Produce offers seasonal, organic produce to communities in the
Missoula and Jocko Valleys. We provide direct access to local vegetables via the
Saturday Clark Fork Market, the Tuesday Missoula Market and our year-round
Missoula Community Food Co-op
1500 Burns St., Missoula, MT 59802
The Missoula Community Cooperative (Co-op) is a owner run and collectively managed food cooperative inspired and operates as a model for economic, social and environmental justice and sustainability that builds partnerships with local farmers and producers and provides access to healthy, affordable and local foods.
3010 Duncan Dr., Missoula, MT 59802
The PEAS Farm is a partnership between Garden City Harvest and the
University of Montana Environmental Studies Program.
606 Stallion Ln., Missoula, MT 59804
A small family owned farm raising organic (non-certified) produce, eggs and
Western Montana Grower’s Co-op
P.O. Box 292, Arlee, MT 59821
WMGC CSA is a locally-based model of agriculture linking participating
individuals with local farms so that growers and consumers share in both the
risks and benefits of food production.
Expanded Food & Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP)
Missoula County Extension Office
2825 Santa Fe Court, Missoula, MT 59808
EFNEP is a nutrition education program for limited-resource families and
children. Families learn to stretch their food dollars, practice food safety and get
healthy ideas for feeding children.
Natural grocers hosts many free exciting and educational events throughout the year, including seminars, cooking demonstrations and health fairs. Call 728-2100 or check the website for more information.
Taste Buds Kitchen
131 E Main St, Missoula, MT 59802
Offering cooking classes, camps, and parties for all ages 2-99. Please check website for all current class schedules.
The Dickenson Lifelong Learning Center
310 S. Curtis St., Missoula, MT 59801
The Good Food Store
1600 S. 3rd St. W., Missoula, MT 59801
The Good Food Store’s demonstration kitchen is home to an eclectic schedule of cooking classes every month. These popular demonstration and “hands-on” classes are led by the chefs from the area’s finest restaurants and Good Food Store’s talented staff.
Be Your Best Diabetes Prevention*
301 W. Alder St., Missoula, MT 59802
Be Your Best is a program offered through the Missoula City-County Health
Department for improving health, and preventing or managing type 2 Diabetes.
Offers nutrition education, exercise counseling, lifestyle management and more.
Community Medical Center Diabetes and Heart Disease Prevention Program*
1211 South Reserve St., Suite 202, Missoula, 59804
An education/ lifestyle behavior change program focusing on nutrition change and physical activity.
Community Physician Group Diabetes Prevention*
1211 South Reserve, Suite 101, Missoula, MT 59803
This Diabetes and Nutrition Center offers Diabetes prevention and
management services. Learn how to enjoy a healthy lifestyle.
CSKT Tribal Health and Human Services
35401 Mission Drive, St Ignatius, MT 59865
Offers direct and contract services at no charge to eligible beneficiaries.
Residency and membership in/decadency from a federally recognized Indian
tribe determine the level of benefits. THHS provides an array of health care
services including medical primary care, x-ray, dental, pharmacy, mental
health and addiction treatment, home care, nutrition, optical, PT and diabetes
management. CSKT operate clinics in Arlee, St. Ignatius, Ronan, Polson, and
Missoula Urban Indian Health Center – Diabetes Prevention
830 West Central
Missoula, MT 59801
Facebook: Missoula Urban Indian Health Center
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
MUIHC provides Outreach Referrals & Education Services, to Native Americans, for Health, Wellness, and Prevention services; including Behavioral/State Certified Chemical Dependency services.
Providence Medical Group Diabetes Care and Prevention Center*
900 North Orange, Suite 303, Missoula, MT 59802
This service provides both individual education and fun, informative classes on
all aspects of health and wellness including diabetes and cardiovascular disease
prevention, diabetes self-management education, and nutrition education from
medical health professionals ranging from a pharmacist to a registered dietitian.
Our goal is simply to help you lead a healthy happy life!
City Food Bank/Clark Fork Christian
2811 Latimor, Missoula, MT 59808
The Ministry of Clark Fork City helps to feed hungry Missoula county
residents. Pantry opens Saturdays 10-12.
Missoula Food Bank
1720 Wyoming Street Missoula, MT 59801
The Missoula Food Bank provides emergency food to people and strives to
reduce hunger. Featuring Kids EmPower Pack Program, Roots Program for Seniors and Kids’ Table.
Montana Food Bank Network*
5625 Expressway, Missoula, MT 59808
MFBN is a statewide organization, accepting large donations (pallet or
truckload). Please direct smaller donations to a local service provider.
1110 W. Broadway, Missoula, MT 59802
Food, clothing and shelter available for adults in need. .Night and day shelter
in men’s and women’s dorms- adults only. No income verification required for
ANY Poverello programs.
335 S. Russell Street Missoula, MT 59801
Salvation Army provides emergency clothing, household items and food to
people in need. Also provides homeless assistance by meeting emergency
needs for food, rental assistance, transportation, showers and laundry facilities.
Inquire at the office to find out what kind of assistance is available.