MUIHC is proud to announce that our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls event at the Western Montana Fair Grounds on August 10th was a great success! Thank you so much to all of the families impacted by the MMIWG crisis, the representatives of Senator Tester's office, Arlene Adams and Myrna Dumontier, the [...]
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MUIHC recently recorded three TV commercials! Look for our commercials on your local TV stations, and visit our YouTube channel under "Missoula Urban Indian Health Center." A big thank you to all of the wonderful MUIHC clients, staff, and Board of Directors members who donated their time to make these commercials a success. [...]
Please join MUIHC in welcoming Ann Douglas, PhD, and Lauren Small Rodriguez to our team! Dr. Douglas holds a Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology and is the new director of our SAMHSA-funded Missoula Native Connections project. MNC will work to establish a community-wide support system focused on preventing suicide and substance abuse among Native [...]
The MUIHC Board of Directors and Executive Director recently presented the new MUIHC Strategic Plan 2020-2023 to the Missoula Urban Indian community. MUIHC developed this strategic plan to revitalize organizational engagement with the local Native community, the community at large, and partners. It also establishes steps toward organizational growth and increased service capacity. Over [...]
MUIHC is growing its services and the staff are working hard to develop high quality care for our community. We are pleased to announce that this year the National Rural Accountable Care Consortium announced MUIHC is in the top 15% of care practices in its national Transforming Clinical Practices Initiative. We look forward to [...]