The Coalition is a non-profit organization for all victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and their children in Wyoming. Through a collective voice, the Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault is committed to provide leadership, education, and systems advocacy to advance social change and end violence.
WCLC provides legal services at free or reduced rates to protect children’s safety and well-being by working with families, schools, and the courts for commonsense solutions. WCLC achieves this by offering holistic services to help families find non-legal alternatives to solve problems and exit the legal system, by providing direct legal assistance and support for children or their families in crisis, and by offering mediation, parent planning, supervised visitation, and other custody-related assistance.
Wyoming Children’s Trust Fund is an organization managed by a governor-appointed board as well as state employees. WYCTF is the lead agency for Community Based Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention funds. WYCTF leads prevention efforts through collaboration and innovation. As part of the prevention continuum, WYCTF focuses on family-centered efforts in primary and secondary prevention.
The Wyoming Department of Health's Aging Division is committed to providing care, ensuring safety, and promoting independent choices for Wyoming's older adults. The Aging Division’s offers forms and other resources for providers, operates community facilities, appropriates funds to seniors, and includes information on healthcare licensing in Wyoming.
Cheyenne Regional offers a comprehensive line of healthcare services in Cheyenne and the surrounding region. The Wyoming Institute of Population Health is a division of Cheyenne Regional. Its purpose is to help Wyoming communities and their healthcare providers develop a proactive approach to patient care and population health management. The staff of Population Health works with the residents of communities across Wyoming, beyond the traditional four walls of a clinic, to address the challenges of caring for vulnerable populations, managing rising chronic disease rates, and delivering evidence-based preventive health services.
Habitat for Humanity of Laramie County builds affordable housing for income-qualified partner families to call home. In addition to building homes, Habitat for Humanity of Laramie County also offers Habitat Repairs, a program to assist low-income homeowners with repairs to keep their homes safe and secure. Supporting all of these programs is the Habitat ReStore, a home improvement outlet that sells deeply discounted tools, building materials, furniture, and home decor items.