BASIC NEEDS:

  • Casper Family Connections

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    Casper Family Connections provides children and families a safe and conflict-free environment in which they may have healthy contact with noncustodial family.  CFC promotes reunification by strengthening parent-child attachment and reducing the potentially damaging effects of separation.  CFC  provides supervised visitation, counseling services, and a variety of co-parenting and strengthening families groups.

  • Casper Youth Crisis Center

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    Casper Youth Crisis Center provides emergency shelter for young people, who are runaways, abused, abandoned or need intervention with parents.  In addition, the agency has two separate group homes for court-ordered girls & boys.

  • Children’s Advocacy Project

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    Children’s Advocacy Project coordinates response to child abuse situations, including multidisciplinary case review, interagency case tracking, victim’s services, forensic interviewing facilities, forensic medical exams, and therapeutic intervention.

  • Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)

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    CASA of Natrona County recruits, trains and supervises volunteers to serve as Court Appointed Special Advocates for children who have been removed from their homes due to abuse or neglect.

  • Interfaith

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    Provides emergency assistance not elsewhere available to persons and families living at or below the poverty level, including shelter, food, clothing, transportation, dental, prescriptions and medical needs.

  • Salvation Army

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    The Salvation Army provides survival necessities – food, furnishings, lodging, transportation and health care items to people in need, and also assists with utilities, energy share.

  • Self Help Center

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    The Self Help Center seeks to end domestic violence and sexual assault.  The agency provides crisis intervention, emergency shelter and treatment for victims of battering and rape, both genders, and their children, plus a 24-hour hotline.

  • Seton House

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    Seton House provides homeless single parent families transitional housing and support services to facilitate independence and self-sufficiency.  Peer support, case-management, on-site programs and K-12 tutorial programs are available.

  • Wyoming 2-1-1

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    Wyoming 2-1-1 provides direction and navigation of the health and human services sector through identification and referrals to appropriate agencies for callers in need.  Callers dial 2-1-1 or 888-425-7138 to speak to an Information and Referral Specialist that may be able to provide assistance for a wide variety of needs.

  • Wyoming Food Bank of the Rockies

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    Wyoming Food Bank of the Rockies partners with schools and nonprofit agencies throughout Natrona County and the State of Wyoming to provide food and supplies for hunger-relief programs serving children, families and the elderly.

  • Wyoming Housing Network

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    The Wyoming Housing Network (WHN) is a Community Housing Development Organization that works with partners to create and preserve affordable housing and provides comprehensive housing counseling services including: rental counseling, financial capabilities programs, homebuyer education, foreclosure intervention counseling and reverse mortgage counseling.  

  • Wyoming Rescue Mission

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    Wyoming Rescue Mission restores individuals struggling with homelessness back into society as healthy productive community members through meals, shelter, basic services, case management,  recovery programs, life skills training, and education.


Partner Agencies