Park County Recovery Care Coordination Program
Park County Court Supervised Treatment Program combines substance abuse treatment with immediate consequences for violations and instills life skills that many defendants lack. Participants are required to attend numerous counseling sessions and to become productive members of the community by maintaining full-time employment or enrolling in school full time. Participants are to be current on all financial obligations and remain clean and sober. The program lasts a minimum of one year and is a demanding substance abuse treatment regimen that takes a whole-life approach to treatment. Their case manager helps the client’s complete eligibility applications and assists clients with the required documentation to submit to our office. Yellowstone Country Assistance Network where services become coordinated between the organizations and clients. Low-income clients might need urgent financial support to achieve stability and longer-term services to influence their health targets and become economically secure.
Park County Health Care Coordination Program
Heritage Health Center (H.H.C.) is a non-profit, federally-qualified community health center (F.Q.H.C.) providing bundled primary care, health, social, and behavioral programs, and services to persons living in the Big Horn Basin. Their Licensed Clinical Social Workers work with patients of the clinic to ensure their needs are being met, leading to better health outcomes in the Big Horn Basin. Yellowstone Country Assistance Network of Park County, Wyoming, coordinates with the clinics Licensed Clinical Social Workers to provide bundled CSBG financial assistance services supporting multiple domains. Their Licensed Clinical Social Workers help their client’s complete eligibility applications and assists clients with the required documentation to submit to our office. Yellowstone Country Assistance Network where services become coordinated between the organizations and clients. Low-income clients might need urgent financial support to achieve stability and longer-term services to influence their health targets and become economically secure.
The Help Center at Common Ground
The Help Center at Common Ground, coordinates with, High Country Behavioral Health Service, who provide mental health services in Hot Springs County. The Help Center is housed in their annex. The Help Center also coordinates with Central Wyoming College which proves tutors and guidance to our adult education programs.
The Help Center at Common Ground in Thermopolis, is the point of contact or “front door” for Yellowstone Country Assistance Network of Park County, Wyoming’s CSBG. services in Hot Springs County, as well. This partnership allows CSBG applicants a place to go for services and help to complete the application in a county with a small CSBG allocation. This partnership assists in reducing the duplication of services in Hot Springs County.
The Help Center supports those who come in with information on available resources, budgeting and help filling out paperwork. This community center has the provision of computers, internet services, phone, copier, and fax services. Their volunteers offer advice, a cup of coffee, and a friendly face. The Help Center also provides boxes of emergency food and Salvation Army financial assistance services.
The Community Needs Assessment for Hot Springs County showed a lack of financial support for low-income residents to obtain; adult literacy services, high school equivalency resources, and financial literacy supports. The identified needs will be provided by the Yellowstone Country Assistance Network of Park County, Wyoming’s 2021 CSBG grant. The services will complement the Help Center’s one-on-one tutoring, books, and materials for the Wyoming High School Equivalency Test, and free transportation to the testing site.
The goal is to increase the number of individuals obtaining education-related outcomes and increased self-sufficiency. This partnership ties directly to the mission of YCAN. “In partnership with local service providers, empower people living in the Big Horn Basin of Wyoming to enhance health, housing, and employment status, overcome obstacles, and end economic hardship.”
Hope Agency Partnership of Hot Springs County
The Yellowstone Country Assistance Network of Park County, Wyoming, coordinates essential services with the case manager at Hope Agency, the domestic violence program in Hot Springs County. The mission of the HOPE Agency is to provide the resources to meet the needs of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking victims in Hot Springs county, through help, opportunity, partnership, and empowerment. The Yellowstone Country Assistance Network assists with CSBG funding to help low-income domestic violence victims’ transition from temporary transitional housing to permeant safe and affordable housing. The goal is to increase the number of individuals with increased safety from domestic abuse in their homes.
124 North 5th Street Thermopolis, WY 82443. Phone: (307) 864-3851
Open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 12:00 noon – 3 pm
Our purpose is to provide information and communication, computer, internet, phone, copier, and fax services.
Help filling out forms, advice, a cup of coffee and a friendly face are always on the menu.
One on one tutoring, books and materials for the Wyoming High School Equivalency Test (Hset), and free transportation to the testing site.
Free boxes of emergency food.
PO Box 129, Greybull, Wyoming 82426
We are a non-profit organization founded by Beverly and Wilford Brimley. Our Mission is to help our friends and neighbors when they need a little “hand up”! We have assisted folks with paying rent, small medical bills, or even food for their family when life has thrown them a curve ball. GBC will NO LONGER be handing out HATS APPLICATIONS, they will also NO LONGER be taking phone calls regarding applications. Applications for assistance will be mailed out on request, or emailed out as well. If you have turned in an application, DO NOT CALL, the group will contact you, they meet the first Wednesday of each month, applications are considered at that meeting,
The Wyoming Rapid Response Fund was created through a partnership with a regional foundation to fulfill their passion of providing emergency assistance such as food and clothing, rent and utilities payments, transportation and funeral expenses for families and individuals in financial need. Assistance through Rapid Response allows individuals to maintain their independence and end their downward spiral toward increased need. Volunteers of America Northern Rockies partners with law enforcement, congregations and many human service groups to identify Wyoming residents who find themselves in emergency situations. The Wyoming Rapid Response Fund is administered by Volunteers of America Northern Rockies, and serves all counties in Wyoming. Clients must be referred by a case manager for this program. Case Managers referral information contact: 307-672-0475.
The SSVF Program provides eligible veteran families with outreach, case management, assistance obtaining VA benefits, other supportive services and financial assistance. Serving veterans from the entire states of Montana & Wyoming. Rent/Utility assistance, Rental/Utility deposits, Motel Bill Payment Assistance, Car repair, Bus Ticket, Household goods and food Connection to VA resources/benefits.
Self-Sufficiency Grants to assist individuals and families who, because they are working and live just above the poverty level, are ineligible for most types of conventional social assistance but who, all the same, are living one or two lost paychecks away from the kind of financial catastrophe that leading to homelessness. http://www.modestneeds.org
One-Time Emergency Assistance for Powell Residents Only Powell Police Department 250 N. Clark Street Powell, WY