Disease of the Moment
- There have been 22 confirmed cases of pertussis in Missoula County.
- How do I get vaccinated?
- Press Release May 14, 2012
- Press Release May 23, 2012
- Press Release August 29, 2012
- Pertussis FAQ
- Pertussis Information from the CDC link
- Vaccine information for DTaP and Tdap
- Pertussis Dos and Don'ts
- Available during normal clinic hours:
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday - 9:00 am to
Wednesday - 10:00 am to 4:30 pm.
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday - 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
- Not sure of your immunization status? Call 258-4966
- Adult vaccine is $65. If you meet income requirements, vaccine is $14.13. Income requirements and examples of proof of income that you must bring can be found here.
- Insurance often covers this vaccination. Check with your insurance company and bring insurance card with you.
- No child is denied vaccination due to an inability to pay.
- Press Release 03/28/12
- State HIV/AIDS statistics
- CDC HIV/AIDS
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Free and low
cost testing is available at the following locations:
- Missoula City-County Health Dept. 258-3896
- Open Aid Alliance (formerly Missoula AIDS Council) 543-4770
- FDH & Associates/MT Gay Men's Task Force 829-8075
- Partnership Health Center 258-4789
- Planned Parenthood of Missoula 728-5490
- Spring is a time when we start to see increased tick activity in Montana
- There have been NO confirmed cases of tick related illness in Missoula County this year (2012).
- There are many diseases that can be transmitted by ticks. Information sheets can be found by clicking the following links:
- Information about protecting yourself from tick bites can be found HERE