Disaster And Emergency Response
Project Tomorrow Montana works to reduce the number of suicides and suicide attempts in our community through collaborative efforts that promote, support and increase awareness, prevention, intervention, and recovery.
Project Tomorrow Montana has helped train thousands of health-care professionals, school counselors and community members on how to identify signs of depression and suicide, and connect people with appropriate resources, through QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Training. Check out upcoming training opportunities with Project Tomorrow Montana.
Together, we are fighting for a better tomorrow, for Missoula, for Western Montana. Thanks to Wells Fargo for helping to sponsor Project Tomorrow Montana this year!
United Way of Missoula County manages donations for Project Tomorrow Montana. Donations support training, education and prevention efforts.
These self-care strategies and tips can help during dark times. Remember, your tomorrow matters.
Projected Hope honors, remembers, and celebrates the lives of those who have died by suicide in our Missoula and western Montana communities through a digital quilt art installation. Learn more here.
Fostering physical, emotional, social and intellectual growth for Missoula’s youth.
Removing obstacles and paving the way for hard working families to get ahead financially.
Working to ensure that everyone in Missoula has the tools they need to live a healthy life.