Helping seniors in the Garden City

Missoula Aging Services assists older adults with information, services, and programs. They are connected to a nationwide network of senior information and referral services.

Aging Services

Missoula Aging Services
337 Stephens Ave.
(406) 728-7682

  • MAS is the gateway to information, programs, and services for older adults in Missoula County
  • The MAS mission is to promote the independence, dignity and health of older adults and those that care for them through advocacy, education, services and volunteer opportunities

As the Area Agency on Aging, MAS is connected to a nationwide network of senior information and referral services

Elder Abuse – The Dark Side of Aging

Watching our relatives age is a distressing thing in and of itself, but... more

Tips for Helping Your Aging Parents

It is hard to see the people that brought you up start to age and strug... more

How Has Missoula Protected Its Elderly Residents From Abuse?

Care homes are a critical service that provide much needed care and res... more

Exploring the New Trends in Caregiving

The following are the trends we expect to see in the caregiving sector in 2020.... more

Helping Missoula Seniors Get the Extra Support They Deserve

Skyview, a  new senior housing development project in Missoula, has just secured $5.9 million in federal tax credits, boosting affordable housing in the area by 32 units. This is great news for the thousands ... more

Retirement: How to Cope

Having planned the financial side of your retirement, you may have failed to pay attention to how you are going to spend your time. ... more

Senior Dating: Pros, Cons, and Tips

Senior dating is becoming more prominent in the modern day as people realize that they want love even as they age. ... more

Missoula History

The first inhabitants of the Missoula area were Native Americans from the Salish tribe.  They called the area “Nemissoolatakoo,” which translates roughly to “river of ambush," and eventually gave rise to... more

Volunteer Opportunities

Missoula is known for its giving spirit. On a per capita basis, Missoula is home to more non-profit organizations than any other city in the nation. That means volunteer opportunities abound. ... more

Missoula in Motion

Missoulians embrace green living and you'll find sustainable transportation options readily available in the city. Missoula in Motion aims to promote the city’s popular sustainable transportation system and i... more