CMC Employees Supported in Wildfire Evacuation

CMC Staff Creates Resource Wall to Support Wildfire Evacuees

With wildfires blazing near Missoula, Montana, and in the surrounding areas, several of Community Medical Center’s employees were forced to evacuate their homes.

With employees in need, CMC leaders and staff came up with the idea of a resource wall where evacuees can post recourses they need, such as a place to stay or someone to watch a pet. Other employees can post resources they have to give.

One employee who was evacuated, Kalli Hyde, had the Lolo Peak fire burning right outside her back door. She was able to get the help she needed from family, but was comforted to know that she can count on her CMC family to provide help when needed.

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