Boy Scouts of America
Boy Scouts of America provides year-round programs of character building, citizenship training and leadership development (boys age 6-20 and girls 15-20). The program makes young people responsible and keeps them out of trouble.
Boys and Girls Club of Central Wyoming
Boys and Girls Club of Central Wyoming promotes personal & educational development, citizenship & leadership development, cultural enrichment, social recreation, health & physical education, outdoor & environmental education for girls and boys.
Girl Scout Council of Montana / Wyoming
The Girl Scout Council of Montana/Wyoming provides informal educational program adapted to meet the developmental, emotional, social needs and interests of girls in the program. All activities are based on the Girl Scout Promise and Law.
Mercer Family Resource Center
Mercer Family Resource Center provides education, counseling, and referral services that build stronger and healthier youth and families in our community. Serving Natrona County since 1971, the agency takes a four-tiered approach to substance abuse prevention, including: Family & Parenting, Intervention, Community Connections, and Environmental Strategies (policy change, media campaigns, and awareness presentations).
Special Olympics Wyoming
Special Olympics Wyoming provides a variety of program opportunities in Natrona county for children and adults with intellectual disabilities and their peers without disabilities. The Young Athlete Program™ for 2 ½ to 7 year olds introduces them to sports activities. Training starts at 6 or 7 and competition starts at 8 (with no upper age limit) in fifteen sports a year through the four seasons. Volunteer opportunities also exist for all ages, in leadership roles, fundraising, coaching and running events.