Do you have concerns about your safety? Are you unhoused or at risk of losing your housing? YWCA Missoula is here to help.
Domestic & Sexual Violence
No one has the right to hurt, threaten or make you feel afraid. We understand that you may have questions about your safety, rights and resources. Being connected to a domestic or sexual violence advocate can increase your safety and well-being. Calling the YWCA crisis line is the first step: (406) 542-1944 or (800) 483-7858.
Our crisis line staff is available 24/7 and trained to provide supportive and confidential services. We can:
- Help you determine if you or a loved one is being abused.
- Help you make a plan to keep yourself safe and/or leave if you choose to do so.
- Help arrange a stay in our domestic violence shelter or connect you with other resources.
- Answer general questions about domestic and sexual violence or discuss a specific situation.
Learn more about our domestic and sexual violence services.
Find answers to frequently asked questions about domestic and sexual violence.
Housing for Families
If you have lost your housing—or are at risk of losing it and have no other place to stay—and have children in your custody under age 18 or are pregnant, YWCA Missoula can provide immediate assistance. We can:
- Help you arrange a stay in our Family Housing Center.
- Provide information about community resources and housing options.
- Troubleshoot ways to prevent eviction.
- Help with basic needs like diapers, gas and food.
To get housing help, call the YWCA main office at (406) 543-6691, Monday– Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Or visit our walk-in housing center, located in The Meadowlark- 1800 S. 3rd St. W.- Monday- Friday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Are you looking for information about our programs for children, supervised visitation or other services? Learn about all our programs.