Missoula City-County Health Department COVID-19 Information

Joint Information Center: Community COVID-19 Information and Resources

Information on Missoula County offices reopening to the public Monday, June 1

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One of the main goals of Missoula City-County Health Department programs and services is to support healthy people and families. Click on these links to find more information about our programs:

  • Buckle Up Missoula County:
    Coalition to reduce deaths and injuries from traffic crashes through the use of seat belts and child safety seats.
  • Diabetes Prevention:
    The Prevent T2 program helps people develop lifestyle habits to decrease their risk of diabetes, heart disease, and other conditions.
  • DUI Task Force:
    County-wide effort to reduce alcohol-related traffic crashes.
  • Eat Smart:
    Decreasing obesity and promoting the health of Missoula County residents through education, partnerships and policy, and environmental changes.
  • Let's Move! Missoula:
    The local branch of the national initiative to reduce childhood obesity through promoting physical activity and good nutrition in the places kids live, play and go to school.
  • Substance Abuse Prevention: 

    Preventing substance misuse and abuse in Missoula County by providing outreach and education to youth, parents, and the general community, as well as the coordination of coalitions that implement county-wide projects.

  • Missoula Invest Health:
    Missoula is proud to have been chosen to participate in the national Invest Health project sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundations and Reinvestment Fund.
  • Suicide Prevention:
    Community collaboration to reduce Missoula County's suicide rate and link people to services.
  • WIC:
    The Women, Infants and Children nutrition program provides healthy foods, information and local referrals for health and social services.


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