Resources for Students At Risk of Homelessness or Food Insecurity
Are you homeless, or having a hard time affording rent or food?
You are not alone. The ASUM Renter Center can help. Make an appointment or call (406)243-2017 for more information.
Resources for Homeless Students
Coordinated Entry System
Many of Missoula's homeless programs use a Coordinated Entry System. The easiest way to apply for services is by calling 2-1-1.
The Poverello Center is Missoula's emergency homeless shelter. Click the map for more information.
Missoula Food Bank
Missoula Food Bank can help you get a short-term supply of food. Click the map for more information.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is formerly known as Food Stamps. This program provides a debit-type card that can be used at many grocery stores, including The Corner Store on campus.
Apply online at apply.mt.gov