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Missoula Housing Authority is a progressive housing authority built to address 21st century challenges by providing access to affordable housing and support programs, and by engaging in development and preservation of housing that serves individuals and families across a broad range of income levels. We collaborate with nonprofit organizations, government agencies, the private sector, landlords, other housing providers and the community to work toward our vision of housing stability and economic self-sufficiency for all. As a member of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials, we work with thousands of housing authorities across the country in advocating at the federal level for vulnerable families and individuals. We are proud of our partnerships with state and local officials, as well as private developers, without whom our work would not be successful.

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Missoula Housing Authority (MHA) Launches Missoula.House, a New Online Rental Application Portal

The Missoula Housing Authority will be moving away from in person housing rental applications beginning June 1, 2018.


Featured FSS Participant: The Rambo Family

Chantel, Michael and their 18 month old son, Timmy were half way to Alabama, fleeing homelessness in Missoula, when they received a phone call stating that they had been approved for a Public Housing apartment in Missoula.


Homeless to housed in …. 6 hours!

This morning MH was living outside, having been homeless on and off for 9 years. At 10 a.m. he had his first meeting with MHA staff to determine his eligibility for Permanent Supportive Housing program known as Shelter Plus Care. By 3 p.m. not only was he approved, the unit located and inspected, he had leased and began moving in!