Emergency Services

Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Assistance

Crisis Intervention Services
Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Assistance
335 North Gilbert Powell, WY
Powell Office: (307) 754-7959
Cody Office: (307) 587-3545
24 Hour Crisis Line: 1-877-864-9688

Housing Emergencies 

Modest Needs Grants:
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. www.modestneeds.org

Volunteers of America Wyoming Rapid Response Fund:
An individual, senior, or family facing an emergency situation due to Sudden job loss, death of spouse, or loss of childcare examples of situations warranting support. Loss of public benefits or a seasonal job are not a good fit with this funding category.
Requests must be completed by your caseworker 866-277-9347

Utility Emergencies 

Salvation Army Park County
LAST RESORT FUNDS LIMITED
Cody (307) 587-6246
Powell (307) 899-4196

Council on Community Services
One-Time Emergency Assistance
Powell Police Department
250 N. Clark Street Powell, WY
(307) 754-2212

Venture Club
Elderly and single parent emergency assistance
for utility bills. Funds provided through public
fundraising. Application can be obtained at Cody
City Hall. (307) 527-7511

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
Outreach for Meeteetse Residents
(307) 868-225

Yellowstone Country Assistance Network
Help with payment of past due utilities (past due and deposit) for our Education Assistance Programs  https://ycanwyoming.com/education-assistance/

Volunteers of America Wyoming Rapid Response Fund:
An individual, senior, or family facing an emergency situation due to Sudden job loss, death of spouse, or loss of childcare examples of situations warranting support. Loss of public benefits or a seasonal job are not a good fit with this funding category.
Requests must be completed by your caseworker 866-277-9347

The SSVF program provides eligible veteran families with outreach, case management, assistance obtaining VA benefits, and other supportive services and financial assistance.   844-486-2838 http://www.voanr.org 

Assistance can include:
– Rent/Utility assistance
– Rental/Utility deposits
– Motel Bill Payment Assistance
– Car repair
– Bus Ticket
– Household goods and food
– Connection to VA resources/benefits

Department of Family Services
1301 Ramsey Ave Cody, WY
(307) 587-6246
109 W 14th Powell, WY
(307) 754-2245
http://dfsweb.wyo.gov/child-support-enforcement

LIEAP is paid for the months of November through May. Applications are accepted October
1st through the last day of February of the program year. 1-800-246-4221
https://sites.google.com/a/wyo.gov/dfsweb/economic-assistance/lieap

The Wyoming Weatherization Assistance
Program (WAP) Provides funds to the States to assist with the weatherization of the homes of low-income elderly and disabled adults and families.
(307) 754-2245
https://sites.google.com/a/wyo.gov/dfsweb/economic-assistance/wap

Energy Share of Wyoming
(303) 866-9296
http://www.energyshareofwyoming.org

Gas Vouchers ( Emergency Transportation)

Salvation Army Park County
Cody (307) 587-6246
Powell (307) 899-4196

Manna House
2343 Mountain View Drive Cody, WY
(307) 587-0700

Council on Community Services
One-Time Emergency Assistance
Powell Police Department
250 N. Clark Street Powell, WY
(307) 754-2212

Park County Churches
Please check your local phone book

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
Outreach for Meeteetse Residents
307-868-2254

Yellowstone Country Assistance Network
Education & Employment Opportunity Assistance Assisting college students in meeting the
challenges of staying in school, such as rent, food, basic needs, etc., with a follow-up as they
continue their education and gain employment.  for our Education Assistance Programs  https://ycanwyoming.com/education-assistance/

Hands Across the Saddle

PO Box 129, Greybull, Wyoming 82426, Our organization was founded in 2009. 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. 100% of the funds raised by our events goes toward helping our neighbors in the Big Horn Basin.

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