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Three Rivers Mental Health Center is a licensed mental health center providing a variety of support services in the Missoula and Bitterroot valleys.

Three Rivers staff works with clients and their family, friends and support systems to help clients maintain and improve their quality of life.

This is done with the understanding that as a person's quality of life increases, the symptoms of mental illness and stress decrease and people live healthier, happier lives with dignity and independence.

Three Rivers provides adult case management; medication management; outpatient therapy; mental health assessments and diagnosis; representative payee services; support with activities of daily living; support and advocacy for people with mental illness; an intensive community-based service program that includes face-to-face medication reminders and medication prompts; a work program; and many mental health groups.

If you are able to help any of the following clients, call Carole Paredes at is 552-2686. Some items can be picked up in Missoula.

A gentleman in Darby has no coat, and must walk to the store for his groceries. A size 3XL coat, XL gloves and XL diabetic socks would be appreciated.

A single mother in Hamilton is the sole support of her 17- and 19-year-old sons. Her 17-year-old needs a size XL coat and her 19-year-old needs a size medium coat. She will not be able to give them anything for Christmas, so anything would be helpful.

A disabled woman in Stevensville has been staying with her daughter in Stevensville and doesn't have a bed. A twin sized bed and bedding would help her immensely as she has severe back pain.

A woman in Hamilton is on a very limited income. Extra food and a large coat would help her this winter.

A woman in Darby has difficulty heating her trailer sufficiently, and she always feels cold. An electric blanket would help her sleep better.

A mother and son living in Hamilton could use some extra food, socks (regular women's and extra large men's) would make their lives much better. Their truck needs multiple repairs so that they can get to medical appointments.

A disabled man in Hamilton is living at a homeless shelter. He needs medium gloves, socks and a good hat.

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