The Missoula Urban Indian Health Center (MUIHC) serves the Native American community in Missoula, Montana and surrounding areas. MUIHC provides a variety of services:
- Diabetes Self-Management Education & Prevention Program
- Vaccine for Children Program & Adult Immunizations
- Health Promotion & Disease Prevention
- Chemical Dependency Counseling
- Mental Healthcare
- Community Services
Board of Directors monthly meeting 4th week of the month. November and December 3rd week due to holidays.
5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Call Us At: (406) 829-9515
Visit Us At: 830 West Central, Missoula, MT 59801
Monday–Thursday: 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am – 12:00
The 3rd Thursday of the Month MUIHC is closed from 8 am – 10 am
After a nation-wide search, the board of directors of the Missoula Urban Indian Health Center (MUIHC) is pleased to announce the hiring of its new executive director, D’Shane Barnett.
A native of Missoula, D’Shane is Mandan and Arikara and comes to MUIHC with a Master of Science degree in Healthcare Administration and Interprofessional Leadership from the University of California, San Francisco. D’Shane formerly served as the executive director of the National Council of Urban Indian Health in Washington, DC, and as the director of planning and policy for the Native American Health Center in Oakland, California.
D’Shane received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology at the University of Montana, Missoula. In his free time, he enjoys taking advantage of western Montana’s beautiful outdoors, attending powwows, and spending time with his family.
The MUIHC Board is excited about the depth of experience and perspective D’Shane brings with him and we hope you will join us in welcoming him to the organization.
Marquette “Kitty” Felix
MUIHC Board Chair
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MISSOULA URBAN INDIAN HEALTH CENTER – OUR MISSION
SERVE as a respectful gathering place, welcoming Native families from all Nations.
DEVELOP a strong, supportive Native community by building collaborations and promoting healthy family activities.
SUPPORT Native families to identify opportunities & resources to thrive & be healthy.
SUPPORT Tribal traditions to maintain comfort and belonging at home and in the city.
PROMOTE Wellness by offering opportunities for emotional, mental, physical and spiritual healing.