Living In Missoula
Our Unique Culture
Montana is an amazing bastion of natural wonders, known affectionately by the locals as “the last, best place.” And within Montana, Missoula represents a unique blend of nature and urban culture. It is the home of the University of Montana and its beloved Grizzly sports teams. It is a center for performing arts and artists. It has a vibrant night life. At the same time, it is a hub for innumerable outdoor pursuits, including fishing, hiking, hunting, biking, skiing, camping and golfing, to name a few.
Gudren Schroeder, Infusion Pharmacist
"Missoula offers great quality of life without the drawbacks of a large city."
"I enjoy the inter-disciplinary team atmosphere and the non-profit culture that exists at Partners In Home Care. Everyone is so happy here!"
Terry Mumma, RN Case Manager in Hospice
"The patient-first philosophy of Partners In Home Care is very important to me. It’s not just lip service and the patients recognize that."
Located on the western edge of Montana at the confluence of the Clark Fork and Bitterroot Rivers, Missoula offers limitless opportunities for outdoor activities year round. Like the diversity of the city itself, the outdoors scene is as eclectic as can be. Spring heralds the return of trout fishing and kayaking in scenic rivers. Trails are available for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. Many fine golf courses are available in the area. Summer brings picnics, ball games, outdoor concerts and community celebrations. Numerous hunting seasons open in the fall. Winter brings downhill and cross-country skiing, ice fishing, snowmobiling, and even ski joring! In fact, it’s hard to think of an outdoor activity that isn’t available in the Missoula area.
Judea Castillo-Winter, Social Worker in Home & Community Based Services
"There’s a lot to like about living in Missoula. I love the community and the mountains. Everything you could need is right here".
Val Piercy, Volunteer Coordinator in Hospice
"I love the geography in this part of Montana –it’s so green and lush and welcoming."