At Harvest Wholeness Center, they practice evidence-based healing modalities that promote mind and body wholeness. They offer Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP), Reiki energy healing, Craniosacral therapy and more. Visit their website or follow them on Facebook to learn more about the services they offer.
Attorney Janel F. Chin is committed to helping her clients navigate the peaks and valleys of their lives by offering reasonably priced legal services. Tackling the emotional, organizational and legal challenges involved with the family law, probate and estate planning matters she handles often is a key element of her clients achieving or maintaining good mental and physical health. Visit with Janel at the Health Fair for information and support in completing Healthcare Advance Planning and copies of the new Health Care Planning Forms. Visit her website or Facebook page for more information.
Since 2007, CostCare has worked to build the programs needed to improve the health of our community. They are Missoula’s trusted source for women’s health care including hormone pellet therapy and premium Aesthetics for looking and feeling your best. Visit them at the Health Fair to learn more about the services they offer. You can also find more information on their website.
FG Aesthetics + Medicine is a Missoula-based clinic dedicated to helping patients achieve their health, wellness, and aesthetic goals. Founded by Francienne Grantsaris, a board-certified family nurse practitioner, FG Aesthetics + Medicine takes a holistic approach to overall wellness by addressing the root cause of your aesthetic and health concerns. New patients can schedule a free 30-minute consultation to review their true aesthetic and health goals and receive a personalized treatment plan that produces safe, consistent, and natural-looking results. Learn more about the services they offer by visiting their website and following them on Facebook. Visit them at the Health Fair to get your questions answered.
All Nations proudly offers a comprehensive suite of healthcare services from full medical services to behavioral health services. All Nations implements an Integrated Care model and has begun to implement trauma-informed practices and policies in order to achieve holistic wellness for the Missoula AIAN community. They now currently serve over 2,000 registered clients who are AIAN enrolled tribal members or up to second-degree descendants. Visit their website or follow them on Facebook for more information.
Launching this Fall, Awakend is a movement designed and created to help you remember how incredibly powerful YOU are. Through AwakendHealth, AwakendSelf and AwakendWealth, Marcia will be discussing and showing information about how leptin resistance, leptin levels, Adiponectin levels, insulin resistance, all lead to obesity and how Awakened products helps to reduce fat, reduce weight, reduce leptin, increase adeponectin, enhance body composition, improve muscle to fat ratio and increase metabolic function. Learn more about their programs and products on their website or by following Marcia on Facebook.
Big Sky Herbals and Edibles is a licensed cannabis provider from Missoula. They can assist you in navigate Montana’s Medical Marijuana program, help you find a doctor, and assist you in the registration process with the state. They will also work closely with you to find the medicinal properties of cannabis that work best for your needs. You can visit their website or Facebook page to learn more.
Blue Moose Pediatrics offers sick and well child care to kids ages 0-19. At Blue Moose Pediatrics, it is all about your child. Your child’s physical and mental well-being are the reasons the crew at Blue Moose Pediatrics comes to work every day. They’ve created a fun, relaxing clinic environment to put you and your child at ease as we provide the best pediatric care through the stages of development on the way to adulthood. You can learn more about the practice on their website or by following them on Facebook.
Blue Mountain Clinic’s theoretical vision of care has evolved slowly over the past 44 years, yet at its core, the clinic remains the same. They continue to be guided by their founding feminist principles of “providing dignity and choices in healthcare”. Through the work and vision of the many passionate (and cutting edge) men and women who have built Blue Mountain Clinic, the services have continued to expand in order to better serve their patients. In 1977, Blue Mountain Clinic was created out of a need for local patient-centered reproductive health care with feminist values. In the early 1990s, BMC expanded services to include primary care. Today they treat people of all ages across the gender spectrum for comprehensive medical care and place importance on respect for patient decisions. Visit their website or follow them on Facebook for more information.
Boeson Research is a multi-specialty clinical research company conducting Phase II-IV clinical and observational trials. They provide patients and families with an opportunity to take part in clinical research studies. People of all ages can join the effort and be rewarded for their time. Visit them at the Health Fair to find out which research studies you may be eligible for. You can also learn more about Boeson Research by visiting their website or Facebook page.
The Brain Injury Alliance of Montana is a statewide nonprofit dedicated to brain injury support, advocacy, education, and prevention. The organization offers several services, including free youth helmets, concussion education, brain injury support groups, stroke survivor peer mentorship opportunities, and a free brain injury help line. You can learn more about this nonprofit and their mission by visiting their website and following them on Facebook. Stop by their booth at the health fair to learn more about brain injuries in Montana, and try out their concussion goggles.
Residents of western Montana can now access exceptional Medical Assistant career preparation close to home at Charter College Missoula. Their Blended Learning curriculum combines on-campus, hands-on learning with online studies, allowing students to manage families, work and other obligations while advancing their career opportunities. Students are also able to save money on daily travel time and expenses. Industry-current labs provide hands-on training where students learn essential skills and gain experience that simulates the health care workplace. Prior to graduation, students also complete an internship in a hospital, clinic, or physician office to gain real work experience. For those looking to get into the health care field, Charter College Missoula offers a supportive environment to learn and develop the valuable skills you need to get ahead in your career. Teachers provide students with individualized attention, and small class sizes help ensure student success. Visit them at the Health Fair to get all your questions answered. You can also find more information on their website or Facebook page.
We all know that clean water is essential for optimal health. Clearwater Systems can help you with all of your water treatment needs. From commercial grade water filtration systems and water softeners to in-home bottled water delivery and drinking water filtration systems, the experts at Clearwater Systems can help you find the perfect system for you and your home or business at the right budget. Visit them at the Missoula Health & Wellness Fair to find out how they can help you. More information about their services can also be found on their website or by following them on Facebook.
Cover Montana is a project of the Montana Primary Care Association in coordination with a diverse network of organizations and individuals throughout the state. The Cover Montana Community is committed to helping their communities understand, apply for, and enroll in new affordable health care options. More information can be found on their website, and you can follow them on Facebook for tips and help. Visit their booth at the Health Fair to get your questions answered.
Dillard’s knows that it feels good to look good! Find them at the Health Fair where they will be offering makeup and skincare consultations and professional bra fittings. You can learn more about all Dillard’s offers by visiting their website.
Essential oils are natural aromatic compounds found in the seeds, bark, stems, roots, and flowers of plants. They can be both beautifully and powerfully fragrant, eliciting profound emotional responses. Each oil is carefully extracted by a global network of skilled growers, distillers, and chemists ensuring a consistently powerful user experience. doTERRA is revolutionizing healthcare by integrating conventional medical professionals with alternative approaches to address individualized health and wellness. Visit Kathy’s booth at the Health Fair to learn more.
Early Years Parenting provides parents the support they need to live their best family life! They offer parenting coaching, sleep support, and help with temperaments, behavior, and discipline. Visit them at the Health Fair to find out more about how they can help you live out your happily ever after (at least on most days)! You can find more information on their website and by following them on Facebook.
ECKANKAR in Montana is an organization on the path to spiritual freedom. Members of Eckankar come from all walks of life and live throughout the state. A variety of classes and events are sponsored by Eckankar in Montana. Members of the Montana Satsang Society are located in all of the major cities in Montana. Visit with them at the Health Fair to learn more or check out their website.
Element Physical Therapy is a specialized physical therapy clinic that treats balance disorders, concussions, dizziness, general orthopedics and complex medical cases. They provide care for patients throughout northwest Montana using state of the art equipment for assessment and treatment such as the Balance Tutor 4D treadmill, Neurocom posturography, and specialty vestibular goggles. Visit their website or Facebook page for more information. They will be offering balance assessments, fall risk screenings, BP readings as well as education regarding balance and dizziness disorders at the Health Fair.
Through collaborative, action-based prevention education, grant-making, and donor-supported outreach, the Foundation for Community Health works to improve the health outcomes of western Montanans. Efforts of the Foundation include high school and professional development healthcare scholarships, leadership of the Safe Kids Missoula Coalition and the Safe Kids Montana office, Be Sun Smart skin cancer and melanoma awareness, care and comfort support, and a health grants program. To learn more about the foundation and all it offers, visit their website or follow them on Facebook.
The HEARTism Community Center, located in Corvallis, is a nonprofit dedicated to providing art, music, dance, socialization, and summer programming to children, teens and young adults with special abilities. To learn more about the organization and the services offer, visit their website and follow along with them on Facebook.
Hestia Advantage provides Hospice and Palliative Care in Western Montana. Palliative home care provides highly skilled support to improve the lives of those suffering from serious illness. Anyone dealing with a chronic or degenerative illness can benefit from palliative care. Palliative care differs from hospice in that you can move into and out of palliative care depending on your condition. Hestia provides skilled palliative care to give you peace of mind knowing your family is taken care of in their home. Hospice care allows you to pass away comfortably at home. If you or your loved one are beginning end-of-life planning, hospice can ease your symptoms and get your affairs in order after diagnosis of a terminal illness. Hestia offers a hospice care plan that includes skilled nursing care and up to 24/7 support. Learn more about the services they offer on their website and by following them on Facebook. Stop by their booth at the Health Fair to get your questions answered.
Holistic Contentment offers personalized caregiving and in-home family support, so your family can be your friends, your children can be your children and your dad can be your dad. They offer caregiving and homemaking services in Missoula and the surrounding areas with an accessible, sliding scale pay structure. To learn more about Holistic Contentment and the services they offer, visit their website or follow them on Facebook.
The Holly Kingsford Agency, based in Missoula, simplifies the process of choosing from the various medicare options and plans in your area. Visit Holly at the Misoula Health & Wellness Fair to find out how she can assist you. You can also learn more about the services the Agency offers on their website. Follow them on Facebook for tips and information!
Humana Inc. is committed to helping their millions of medical and specialty members achieve their best health. Humana’s successful history in care delivery and health plan administration is helping them create a new kind of integrated care with the power to improve health and well-being and lower costs. Their efforts are leading to a better quality of life for people with Medicare, families, individuals, military service personnel, and communities at large. To accomplish that, they support physicians and other health care professionals as they work to deliver the right care in the right place for their patients, Humana members. Their range of clinical capabilities, resources and tools – such as in-home care, behavioral health, pharmacy services, data analytics and wellness solutions – combine to produce a simplified experience that makes health care easier to navigate and more effective. Interested in learning more about what Humana offers? Visit their website for more information.
The International Heart Institute (IHI) provides the full spectrum of cardiac care, including open-heart surgery, vascular surgery, interventional and electrophysiology and programs for congestive heart failure and heart health. Visit their website and follow them on Facebook to learn more about the services they offer. Find them at the Health Fair to learn more about the importance of heart health.
LASHco. The Lash Company & Specialty Spa is a luxury day spa specializing in eyelash extensions and skin care. LASHco offers lash extension, facials, chemical peels, Microdermabrasion, full body waxing, and spray tan. They’ve been voted Best in Missoula by the Missoulian 3 years in a row. Visit them at the Health Fair to learn more about the services they offer. You can also find more information on their website, or by following them on Facebook.
Lavender With Love are certified organic lavender growers and producers in Montana. They specialize in high quality organic lavender oil and lavender hydrosol. Lavender With Love also makes an array of organic consumables and HABA. Visit their Facebook page to learn more. You can also shop their products directly from their website!
The Missoula City-County Health Department’s mission is to build conditions that support the health of people, environments, and communities. Visit them at the Missoula Health Fair, where the Missoula City-County Immunization Clinic will be providing free COVID vaccinations, flu shots and Tdap boosters (tetanus, diptheria and pertussis). The Missoula International Travel Clinic will be onsite with information about health and safety during international travel. The Infectious Disease nurses will offer free HIV and Hepatitis C testing, as well as free condoms and lubricant. You can learn more about Missoula City-County Health Department by visiting their website, and stay in the know by following them on Facebook.
Missoula Works is an employment social enterprise that creates access to jobs for any committed job seeker. They offer wrap around support services coupled with three employment divisions: a staffing agency, a landscape and maintenance company, GET IT DONE, and textile extensions, Missoula Works Ventures. Visit their website or follow them on Facebook for more information.
New U Life offers over the counter HGH Gel, Homeopathic and Transdermal. They also offer an exogenous Keto supplement. Visit their website to find out more. Visit with Amber at the Health Fair to find out how New U Life products can help you.
Norwex offers chemical free cleaning and the chance to start a healthier way of cleaning home with just a cloth and water. Visit Valerie at the Health Fair to learn more about how you can rid your home of harsh cleaning chemicals. You can also learn more and shop directly from her website. You can also follow along with Valerie by joining her Facebook group.
Located in Spokane, Washington, NW Cryobank has over 30 years of experience helping to grow happy, healthy families of all shapes and sizes. They provide value, dedicated customer focus, and great donor options. Visit their website or Facebook page for more information.
Orangetheory Fitness believes that 60 minutes is all it takes to change your body and transform your life. Their science-backed, technology-tracked, coach-inspired group workout is designed to produce results from the inside out. Visit them at the Health Fair to find out more. You’ll also find more information on their website or Facebook page.
OsteoStrong is a membership-based integrative health and wellness center where in just 10 minutes, once a week, you can naturally build bone density and strength to improve balance, posture AND athletic performance while reducing joint and back pain. Rooted in science and backed by research; the system allows users to experience the amazing benefits of high-impact exercise, one of the most powerful stimuli for the health of the human body, while effectively eliminating the risk of injury. High-impact exercise increases bone density, improves vascularity to connective tissue, maximizes endurance, develops balance, posture and agility, affects joint and back pain among many other benefits. OsteoStrong can help those diagnosed with osteopenia and osteoporosis, those who suffer from chronic back and joint pain, and people who are exercise intolerant and/or prone to injury, respond particularly well. It promotes healthy joints, stronger bones and muscles, better balance and flexibility, improved posture, and reduction (or elimination) of back and joint pain. The OsteoStrong System may also have an effect on Type 2 Diabetics to lower their HbA1c levels as well as benefit many other neurological, autoimmune and orthopedic conditions. Visit their booth at the Health Fair for more information and to receive a complimentary first session. You can also learn more about OsteoStrong Missoula by visiting their website or following them on Facebook.
Partnership for Children provides relationship-based care to create a sense of security, connection, and belonging for each child. They design relational developmental treatment and provide on-going support services, which will achieve permanency for children with serious emotional disturbances. They have developed a replicable model for treatment of attachment-disordered and traumatized children. Their hope is that those efforts to maintain and improve the relationship between children and their biological parents will continue upon returning home or to another permanent placement. Partnership sees their job as nurturing caregiver, role model, therapist, supporter, coordinator and team member. They’re here to help. Visit their website to learn more about the organization. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram to learn more about how you can help support their important work.
Permanently Beautiful believes that beauty is a journey and not a destination. Cindy Archer, permanent makeup artist and educator, knows that embracing each vulnerability along with each wonderful imperfection is essential in the beautification process she works very carefully to help her clients discover their best appearance because she believes that when we feel beautiful inside and out, we live a more impactful life. You can find out more about the services Permanently Beautiful offers by visiting their website or by following them on Facebook.
The Endocrinology, Diabetes and Nutrition Center at Providence St. Patrick Hospital is one of only a few destinations in Western Montana that serve as a one-stop shop for comprehensive, patient-centered, team-based care for those affected by diabetes, metabolic disorders and endocrine disorders. The Center welcomes patients with a variety of chronic conditions, particularly those who want to take control of their disease. Through education and effective disease management, they help patients take ownership of their lives so that a chronic disease becomes something manageable—not a defining characteristic. No matter where you are in your journey, whether you are focused on prevention, were recently diagnosed or have been managing a health concern for a while, they are here to help. The center treats patients throughout their lifespan and accept most insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid. Visit them at the Health Fair to get your questions answered!
Primal Practice Chiropractic is a family practice committed to providing exceptional chiropractic care and creating a positive experience unlike any other that is valuable, informative, refreshing, safe, empowering, and leaves a lasting influence. They focus on optimizing the function of the nervous system so the body can communicate and deal with stress more efficiently which allows for greater overall function and performance, healing and rest, and general sense of well-being. Visit with them at the Health Fair, where they will be offering complimentary thermography scans of the neck as well as testing a few balance exercises to assess and get a general idea of nervous system function. You can find more information about Primal Practice on their website or by following them on Facebook.
Roseanna is a certified sexual wellness consultant with Pure Romance who does in home and online parties for women. Pure Romance is a company that empowers, educates and entertains women with the wide array of products. They also have some products for men and couples. You can find out more information on Roseanna’s website.
Renewal by Andersen is the replacement division of Andersen Windows with their exclusive FIBREX custom made windows! They offer free in-home estimates for those looking to replace their windows and patio doors! Visit them at the Health Fair to find out more! You can also find more information on their website or Facebook page.
Sacred Roots Doula provides knowledgeable and compassionate pregnancy, birth and postpartum care to expecting and new families. If you’re are expecting, visit them at the Health Fair to learn more about the services they offer. They’ll also be offering a belly mapping tutorial. You can also find more information about Sacred Roots Doula on their website or Facebook page.
At Sleep Better Montana they take a deeper dive into the root cause of your sleep related concerns. They have two board certified Prosthodontists and a certified Myofunctional Therapist who work together, providing an airway focused team approach. They work alongside medical professionals within the community to advocate for your optimal health results. Sleep Better Montana is patient centered and provides comprehensive consultations and sleep screenings, low-cost sleep testing in the comfort of your own bed, snore guards, oral sleep appliance therapy and Myofunctional Therapy programs for all ages. Visit them at the fair to get your questions answered. You can also find more information about the services they offer on their website. You can also be sure to stay up to date about all things related to Better Sleep Montana by following their Facebook page.
The Movement Collective is a community well being center, leveraging purpose-built space and the power of the collective to empower and maximize the positive impact of wellness professionals, facilitate holistic well being for community members, and provide welcoming, supportive space for the entire community. Visit their website for more information.
The Parenting Place is a community-based, nonprofit organization whose mission is the prevention of child abuse and neglect through strengthening families. They provide services to strengthen families across Montana. You can learn more about those services on their website. Visit them at the Health Fair to learn more about what they offer or how you can become involved in their mission.
The Tamarack Grief Resource Center strengthens and honors individuals, families, and communities throughout their journey with grief. With offices in Missoula, Kalispell, and Browning, the organization helps individuals and communities navigate grief and loss through counseling, grief camps and retreats, school-based programs, support groups, community workshops, urgent response support, and professional education. To learn more about the services they offer, visit their website and follow them on Facebook. Visit them at the Health Fair, where they will be providing resources of their services and support pieces to the community.
Tired of living with Depression and Anxiety? TMS Revitalizes offers Brainsway Deep TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation), which was FDA-approved in 2013, and is a non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical treatment that uses MRI pulses to stimulate the nerve cells in the brain that are responsible for depression. Patients who have not seen improvement in their Major Depression symptoms with other treatments may finally find relief with TMS. TMS is covered by insurance (including Medicare and Medicaid) with none of the negative side effects associated with antidepressant medications and other depression treatments such as ECT or Ketamine. Stop by the TMS Revitalizes booth at the Health Fair and let them show you how TMS can help you get your life back! You can also find more information on their website and following them on Facebook.
TransVisible Montana is a coalition of transgender, nonbinary and twospirit individuals committed to bettering the lives of transgender, nonbinary and twospirit people in Montana. Visit them at the Health Fair to learn more about the work that they do. You can also find more information on their website and Facebook page.
Turning the Wheel Missoula builds vibrant, healthy community through creative expression. In their 30 years of facilitating, they have conceived a transformative blend of interactive and experiential arts programming and social and emotional learning that builds our participants’ confidence and ability to show up authentically in their lives and communities. Learn more about this nonprofit by visiting their website. You can follow along with their work on Facebook!
The Food and Drug Administration is responsible for protecting the public health by ensuring the safety, efficacy, and security of human and veterinary drugs, biological products, and medical devices; and by ensuring the safety of our nation’s food supply, cosmetics, and products that emit radiation. Visit their website or follow them on Facebook to stay informed about things going on in the FDA. Visit them at the Health Fair for more information.
Vibrant Hearing has been serving Western Montana’s Hearing needs since 1970. They are a full-service, privately owned audiology practice with convenient satellite locations in Hamilton, Polson, and Plains MT. Their goal is to provide their patients with the highest quality, scientifically-proven treatment for hearing loss and tinnitus. They can help you hear better, together. To learn more about the services they offer, visit their website or follow them on Facebook. They will be offering Hearing Screenings at the Heath Fair!
Many people lose hope when dealing unsuccessfully with issues like: memory, motivation, addiction, mood, sleep, concentration, anxiety, depression, fatigue, overreacting, unresolved pain, TBI, and ADD or ADHD. Wholistic NeuroFeedback offers a treatment that supports your Brain and Nervous System so your body can do a better job at self-regulating, so that you may experience reduced and/or eliminated symptoms and improved quality of life. The practitioners at Wholistic NeuroFeedback, within Bloom Chiropractic & Wellness Center have been pleased to offer Low Energy Neurofeedback to patients since October, 2019. With Low Energy Neurofeedback, sensors are placed on the body or scalp to measure the electrical activity at the location. Low Energy Neurofeedback picks up electrical activity, then sends a tiny, imperceptible electrical signal back to the brain to show the brain what is happening. When the brain can see what is happening it has an opportunity to reorganize to help improve the way the central nervous system self-regulates, and helps it get back into a balanced, or un-stuck, state. Treatment is very gentle & you just sit and relax for a short, 15-30-minute session. Visit them at the Missoula Health & Wellness Fair for a chance to win a free NeuroFeedback Consultation with a Relaxation Treatment, valued at $150. You can also find more information about the services they offer on their website or by following them on Facebook.
At Your Home Improvement Company, they bring the best of the best in personalized products, customer service, and home remodeling. They do everything from bathroom remodels and walk-in tubs, to windows and cabinet refacing. YHIC can help you make your home accessible and safe for you, allowing you to stay in it longer. They offer free estimates. Visit them at the health fair to get your questions answered. You can also find more information on their website.
Youth Dynamics is a Montana-based non-profit mental and behavioral health center with over 30 locations throughout the state. They have been serving at-risk children and families since 1981, employ over 600 people, and serve over 2,000 kids each year. Youth Dynamics believes in strength-based, client-centered care. They offer a variety of mental and behavioral health services, including group home care, case management, therapy, substance abuse treatment, in-home parenting support, foster care, therapeutic mentors, and equine therapy to children at-risk in Montana. Youth Dynamics accommodates children and families, and can provide treatment that is individualized to each child and family they serve. For more information visit their website or Facebook page or call 406-245-6539.