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What is the Riverwalk Crisis Receiving Center?

The Riverwalk Crisis Center in Missoula is a safe, welcoming, place for adults
18 and older, who need a place to go when they are experiencing a behavioral or mental health crisis. It's open all day, every day of the year, so there's always someone there to help.

About the Center

At Riverwalk, up to 16 people can be looked after at once by a team of dedicated and trained healthcare workers. These professionals include nurses, mental health professionals, and more. They make sure everyone gets the care they need for up to 24 hours. They also help connect people to other resources in the community that can help them more.

The center has a welcoming space for family members to visit and places for cultural and spiritual activities. This helps everyone feel better and costs less than going to a hospital emergency room when not really needed.

Medical Emergency: If you are having a medical emergency, please call 911 immediately.


Suicidal Thoughts:  If you are suicidal thoughts or emotional distress, you can get help by calling 988.


Behavioral or Mental Health Crisis: If you're experiencing a behavioral or mental health crisis and need a safe place to go, please contact the Riverwalk Crisis Receiving Center at (406) 532-9703. We're open 24/7, every day of the year, located at 1315 Wyoming Street, Missoula, MT 59801.

What is Offered at the Center?

Here's what the Riverwalk offers:

  • Evaluations for mental health and drug use issues.

  • Help with identifying safety plans and goals.

  • Connecting people to valuable community resources.

  • Therapy, peer support, and help managing care.

We are here to help and support our community members when they need it most!

Thank you to everyone who made the Riverwalk Crisis Center possible!

Riverwalk Crisis Receiving Center
1315 Wyoming Street, Missoula, MT 59801
Phone: (406) 532-9703

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