Our community resources tab offers a wide variety of community resources to assist our community members during this time. Under the Community Resources tab, you will find a drop-down list by category such as housing, utilities, employment, education, etc.
The following list is resources available for Wyoming residents related to COVID-19 assistance. We have listed resources by county in our service area as well. YCAN only has COVID-19 assistance for Big Horn County at this time.
The Legislature has approved the Wyoming Emergency Housing AssistanceProgram (WEHAP). WCDA is working on program parameters. WEHAP will be up and running soon.
WYOMING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
PHONE HOURS ARE 9:00 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M.
Mortgage Help from WCDA
Financial Management, Budget Counseling, Home Improvement and Rehabilitation Counseling, Mortgage Delinquency and Default Resolution Counseling, Non-Delinquency Post Purchase Workshops Pre-Purchase Counseling. (307) 472-584
The Wyoming Rapid Response Fund was created through a partnership with a regional foundation to fulfill their passion for providing emergency assistance such as food and clothing, rent and utility payments, transportation and funeral expenses for families and individuals in financial need. https://www.voanr.org/wyoming-rapid-response-fund
A private, non-profit organization established to help people in hardship circumstances with energy-related emergencies. It assists people with energy problems when no other resources are available to them and when these problems are caused by circumstances beyond their control. Energy Share of Wyoming was established statewide in 1986. Individuals interested in applying for funds should contact their local Salvation Army. Call toll-free (303) 866-9296
Energy Share Website & Application: http://www.energyshareofwyoming.org or http://www.energyshareofwyoming.org/application-form.html
Is Wyoming receiving additional funds to help with energy assistance in relief of COVID-19?
Yes, Wyoming has received $2.4 million in emergency supplemental funds appropriated in the CARES Act to help prevent, prepare for, and respond to the home energy-related impacts of Covid-19.
Who can I contact if I have additional questions?
Please call the LIEAP office at 1-800-246-4221.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Basin received a grant to help with COVID-19 for Big Horn County Residents call 307-568-2072.
The YCAN COVID-19 Assistance for Big Horn County has been depleted. We are not accepting applications at this time. We are happy to provide you with referrals to community resources.
Hot Springs Public Health has created a COVID-19 Resource List found on our Facebook Page.
The YCAN COVID-19 Assistance for Hot Springs County has been depleted. We are not accepting applications at this time. We are happy to provide you with referrals to community resources.
124 North 5th Street Thermopolis, WY 82443. Phone: (307) 864-3851
Open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 12:00 noon – 3 pm
The YCAN COVID-19 Assistance for Park County has been depleted. We are not accepting applications at this time. We are happy to provide you with referrals to community resources.
Are you struggling to pay your bills because of the COVID-19 pandemic? Cody Interfaith COVID-19 Relief Fund is here to help click the link below: https://codycovidrelief.typeform.com/to/ab4pje?fbclid=IwAR0tKChrw4aVVs_T3CABLORbF5Xvz0GadGmEfF_-2-Qu1qbEiS4owBZKFcI or call 587-2696
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church has grant money available to help local Meeteetse residents who are struggling due to the Covid-19 virus. Contact Rev. Kenli Lowe, Deacon at 868-2121 or Linda Seaton 868- 2248 work, Meeteetse Library with any questions or to pick up an application.
The YCAN community partnership programs in Park County have remained open during normal program hours during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our Community Partners include Park County Court Supervised Treatment Program, Heritage Health Care, Crisis Intervention, and WISL. Clients receive bundled essential services to meet long-term self-sufficiency goals. Applications are submitted by the clients case manager.
Washakie County Youth Alternatives has put together a COVID-19 Resource Guide for Washakie County.
The YCAN COVID-19 Assistance for Washakie County has been depleted. We are not accepting applications at this time. We are happy to provide you with referrals to community resources.