Who we are...

The Sunburst Community Service Foundation is dedicated to the growth of individuals, families and communities. We organize and promote cultural and creative opportunities, as well as provide resources to educate and nurture mutual respect, tolerance and healthy values in the communities we serve. The Sunburst Community Service Foundation is a non-profit organization established in 1995 in Eureka, Montana by a small group of community members that has now grown to provide services in five locations in western Montana.

Make a donation to the Sunburst endowment fund to help our programs serve communities in western Montana.

Sunburst offices and events are accessible to the public. For accessibility information and for requesting accommodations, call 406/297-0197 or email mtsunburst@yahoo.com
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Mental Health

Sunburst offers mental health services at five locations in northwest Montana. Our services include psychiatric assessment, outpatient therapy, managing medications, case management and much more.
Sunburst Foundation's Family Concepts is a life-line between children in foster care and their birth families.
Arts & Education


Up Coming Events!
Celebrate Sunburst's 20 years serving your community. Donate to the "20 for 20" campaign. Give $.20 or $20 or $20,000 to help Sunburst continue our work.

November 2: auditions for Missoula Children's Theater at the LCHS auditorium. Students in grades 1-12 are encouraged to try out for this year's play, "Rapunzel".

November 6: Toast of the Town!  Every year this great event gets even better with wine tasting, handcrafted cups, delicious food, silent auction and more. See you at Four Corners Restaurant from 5:30 - 8:00pm

November 7: Missoula Children's Theater! Two shows so be sure to catch one.  3pm and 5:30pm at the LCHS auditorium

November 13:  The outrageous ragtime pianist Scott Kirby will perform at the LCHS auditorium beginning at 7pm. This is the second concert in this year's Performing Arts Series.

November 24: Sunburst staff and volunteers do Community Soup Night - yummy food and live music at the Tobacco Valley Senior Center