The Affordable Care Act will help make health insurance coverage more affordable and accessible for Americans. For American Indians and Alaska Natives, the law will address inquities and increase access to quality, affordable health coverage, invest in prevention and wellness and give First American individuals and families more control over their care.

Enrollment on the Marketplace is strongly encouraged, and any way that the Missoula Indian Center can offer assistance you are encouraged to contact us.

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Prevention Keeps Our Native Families Strong, please join us in Protecting Our Circle




Walk-ins are welcomed for Flu Vaccinations for all ages!!


General Details

Welcome to the Missoula Indian Center, The Center is a 501 © (3) organization and one of 34 Urban Indian Health Programs (UIHP) located throughout the United States. It's major funding source comes from H.H.S. and Indian Health Services. UIHP’s are varied in size and services provided. You can check out the types of services and the locations of the other UIHP’s at the “National Council of Urban Indian Health” web site at or at the Indian Health Service website - "Click here" .

MIC is an outreach and referral program that serves Urban Native Americans who live off Reservation. MIC’s long-term goal is to become a one stop comprehensive facility that offers a variety of services and programs such as routine medical and dental services, diabetes care, youth and elders programs, social services and enhanced chemical dependency services. Please check out our program services and/or visit us at our physical location at 830 West Central, Missoula MT 59801. If you are new to the Missoula Community, we welcome you and hope you find the time to stop by and check us out. If you are already familiar with our facility and currently utilize our programs, we thank you for your patronage and for the opportunity to serve you.