The Medication Donation Program is an income-based resource.
The Medicaid Client Portal helps families find information about Medicaid.
The Department of Family Services promotes the safety, well-being and self-sufficiency of families through community partnerships. Local DFS offices can help qualifying families with supplemental nutrition assistance (SNAP), child support program, Medicaid, child care assistance and other needed services.
A confidential way of reporting anything that concerns or threatens you, your friends or your family. You can call, text, use an app or go on the website to make a report.
By partnering with different organizations in Wyoming, Rapid Response provides financial support to help stop the downward spiral of financial assistance.
A tool that aids in identifying the existence, or the nonexistence, of emotional or behavioral problems in children and adults.
A peer-to-peer support group for victims of school bullying. It’s an organization created by a 15-year-old Wyoming student who wants to help kids who have been bullied.
The Partnership Access Line (PAL) is a telephone-based child mental health consultation system for primary care providers. PAL services Wyoming state. PAL is staffed by child psychiatrists affiliated with the University of Washington School of Medicine and Seattle Children’s Hospital to deliver its consultation services. In addition, PAL has a master’s-level social worker who can assist with finding mental health resources for patients with any type of insurance (state, private or no insurance).
PAL is available to primary care doctors, nurse practitioners and physician assistants throughout Wyoming.
PAL provides rapid consultation responses during business hours for any type of mental health issue that arises with any child.
Wyoming PAL is available 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mountain time by calling 1-877-501-7257.
As a youth or parent, if you have questions about the medications that are being prescribed and you would like a second opinion, the PAL hotline is a great resource.
2-1-1 is an easy to remember telephone number that connects callers to information about critical health and human services available in communities around Wyoming. This is a free service.
United Way is a non-profit that units people, shares resources and improves lives around the state of Wyoming. There are six local Unity Way offices in Wyoming.
- United Way of Albany County.
- United Way of Campbell County.
- United Way of Carbon County.
- United Way of Laramie County.
- United Way of Natrona County.
- United Way of Southwest Wyoming – Rock Springs.
Bikers Against Child Abuse (B.A.C.A.)
Bikers Against Child Abuse exists with the purpose to create a safer environment for children who have been abused. B.A.C.A. has six Wyoming chapters: Campbell county, Douglas, La Barge, Laramie county, Lovell and Natrona county.
This Lander-based non-profit mentors boys ages 7-17. This program gives them life skills through outdoor activities. Contact the Wyoming office at 307-514-0776.
Drugrehab.com is an online information center dedicated to help individuals battling addiction and substance abuse. Their goal is to equip families with the necessary tools and resources to guide them on the road to recovery.
This virtual community was built by and for families of children with autism. Participants will learn about autism, interventions that can be used in home and school, and how systems of care work in Wyoming.
The mission of American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry is to promote the healthy development of children, adolescents and families through advocacy, education and research, and to meet the professional needs of child and adolescent psychiatrists throughout their careers.
Children’s Special Health program within the Maternal and Child Health Unit at the Wyoming Department of Health that offers care coordination services and/or limited gap-filling financial assistance to support eligible clients and their families.