WALKING WELL WITH…
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 Medication Management & Self Care
- Immunization and Variety Of Testing
- 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: 8 am – 5:00 pm
Fridays 8 am – 12 noon
The first Monday of each Month MUIHC is closed from 8 am – 11 am
Eat Better on a Budget
Join t he Missoula Urban Indian Health Center for a tour
of the Missoula Community Food Co-op —
where you can get FREE fresh produce when you shop
with your SNAP benefits!
• Tour the co-op
• Learn about getting free produce through
Double SNAP Dollars
• Buy ingredients to cook a stir-fry
• Cook a delicious take ‘n’ bake stir-fry meal together
FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 2016
5pm-6pm: Tour the Co-op (1500 Burns St, Missoula)
6pm-8pm: Stir-fry cooking at Council Groves
Are YOU serious about Fitness?
Group fitness Classes:
Starting Jan 9th ending Feb 27th
Where: YWCA(main Door)
Time 5p.m to 6P.m
Full body workout
Modifications for beginners
Snacks and waver will be provided
No classes on Holidays
No Class Monday 16th Martin Luther King day
1-on-1 Sessions Available
Call and make an appointment today!!
Daily Monday-Thursday 8:30 am –4:30 pm
We will Focus on your choice of:
Speed and Agility
Sit and Be Fit
Kim Williams walk or M hike
Sports related workouts and/or Strength Training
1on1 Sessions @(406) 829 9515 ext.114
1 (855) 372-0037
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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.