PHC Clothing Closet Available to All! (Attention: the PHC Clothing Closet is CLOSED until further notice due to COVID)
Did you know we have a Clothing Closet for those in need? Simply swing by our location at 323 W. Alder St. during regular operating hours and head to the second floor. All clothing is given away at no cost and there are no forms to fill out. We hope you find clothes that work for you!
**Notice: All of our clothes and other items are donated from the generous people of Missoula to be given away at no cost. We do not charge for our clothing and we do not keep records of clothing given away. Since we have limited amounts of clothing available we cannot support anyone selling the clothing or other items. If anyone is found to be selling items acquired from the PHC Clothing Closet, they will unfortunately lose access to the Clothing Closet.
Items we take for donation: Drop off at Partnership Health Center Alder St building, 2nd floor.
Men’s*, women’s, and children’s clothing. (New born on up)
Toiletries: Toiletries from hotels/motels welcome
We serve anyone who walks in. Everything we are donated is given away for free.
Tax document available on request.
Today marks 10 years since we expanded into our main facility: The Creamery Building at 401 Railroad St. West. For over thirty years, PHC has grown and changed to fulfill our mission of promoting optimal health and wellbeing for all, through comprehensive, patient-focused, accessible and equitable care. Today, we pause to celebrate the special day a decade ago when the hard work and dedication of so many resulted in the opening of our largest location. Under the leadership of former Executive Director Kim Mansch, a visionary move was made to develop what would later become 30,000 extra square feet of facility space. This stunning, state-of-the-art facility is now home to the only place in town serving your medical, behavioral health, dental, and pharmacy needs all in one location. With the Creamery and 9 other service locations, PHC now provides care to over 16,000 patients annually.
“This is such an amazing place, - the physical setting and our incredibly warm, respectful staff members. Kim’s involvement was critical to our current success. This space reflects our deeply held belief that everyone deserves access to the highest quality of health care – those with no resources, those with many resources, and everyone in between – which is why we recently received 4 awards for Quality Improvement and dramatically improved Access to Services from the Health Resources and Services Administration” says Laurie Francis, Executive Director of PHC.
To learn more about our variety of high-quality healthcare services all available in one location, please come see us in the beautiful Creamery Building just east of the Orange Street underpass.
To everyone who has contributed to making our work possible, including our expansion into the Creamery Building: Thank you.
Check out our poster below announcing our Logo Redesign Contest and click this link to download an entry form. Submissions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for participating!
Open Enrollment is November 1 through December 15th. Our staff can help you with every step of the process!
We are here to help anyone in the community with questions about how to sign up for health insurance if you have not already done so. Certified Application Counselors (CACs) can help you get started, weigh your options, or work with you one-on-one through the entire process.
If you need help, call 406-258-4450 or come to PHC’s Creamery Clinic at 401 Railroad St. W. to meet with a CAC.
Good news! You do not need to be a current PHC patient to get help from one of our Certified Application Counselors.
Here’s what you need to get signed up!
Other Missoula Area Resources:
MT Migrant Council
9801 Valley Grove Dr
Lolo, MT 59847
Providence St Patrick Hospital
500 W Broadway
Missoula, MT 59802
Not in the Missoula Area?
Visit covermt.org to find a Certified Application Counselor near you.
Ready to Apply?
If you’re all set to sign up, you can visit healthcare.gov and work through the sign-up process any time before December 15th. If you have questions or want help on any part of the process, please call us at 406-258-4450 or come to our main clinic at 401 Railroad Street W. to speak directly with a Certified Application Counselor!