The Salvation Army Human Services Resource Manual

The Salvation Army
Human Services
Resource Manual
Updated January 2, 2014
By
The Salvation Army Service Extension Unit
222 South Gillette Avenue, Suite 608
(Sixth floor of the First Interstate Bldg.)
Post Office Box 161
Gillette, Wyoming 82717-0161
(307) 682-6982
Fax: (307) 682-4670
E-mail: [email protected]
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Thank you to all the people who answered phone calls and e-mails to
update their information.
If your organization’s information is incorrect in any way, please let us
know for the next update. Contact: The Salvation Army Gillette Service
Extension Unit at 682-6982 or email [email protected] . If you know of an
agency or organization that should be in the Human Resources Manual but
is not, please let us know for the next update.
If you are looking for services in a specific area, there is an index at the
back of the manual. All listings are in alphabetical order.
Copies of this manual are available from The Salvation Army, 222
S. Gillette Ave., Suite 608 (First Interstate Bank Building). Our mailing
address is P.O. Box 161, Gillette, WY 82717-0161 or you can call 682-6982.
Copies are free by e-mail.
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A.B.A.T.E of Northeast WY
Contact:
Address:
Nancy Huyck
P.O. Box 3676
Gillette, WY 82718
Telephone: 660-9952
E-mail:
[email protected]
Services Provided:
A.B.A.T.E. is best known for the operation of the A.B.A.T.E. TOY STORE each December
where low-income families from all over Northeast WY trade vouchers (issued by the
Council of Community Services) for NEW toys that the organization collects. A.B.A.T.E. is
a grassroots organization dedicated to preserving freedom of the road and promoting safety.
We fully support rider training, rider and public awareness, safety and education. We
welcome ALL riders and encourage our members to become active in their local community.
Adult Probation & Parole
Wyoming Department of Corrections
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Tory Coorough
1301 West 3rd Street
Gillette, WY 82716
682-2440
682-6454
[email protected]
Adult Protective Services
Gillette
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Tracy Costello
Department of Family Services
551 Running W Drive, Suite 200
Gillette, WY 82718
307-687-5200
307-686-1889
[email protected]
Newcastle
Contact:
Address:
Carol Sylte
22922 Highway 85
Newcastle, WY 82701
Telephone: 307-746-4657
Services Provided:
The goal of adult protective services is to ensure that safety and basic needs are being met in
the least restrictive environment. This can be in an adult’s home or elsewhere. These services
are arranged by the Department of Family Services (DFS) and may be provided until the
adult no longer needs them. Services provided may include referrals to health care services,
financial support, legal services, emergency shelter, assistance obtaining guardianship and
referrals to appropriate community agencies.
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Al-Anon
Contact:
Judy B.
Meeting Addresses:
Every Thursday 6:30pm and Noon on Tuesdays @United Methodist
Church on Lakeway
Telephone: 686-9127 Judy B.
AlaTeen: 7 pm Monday @ United Methodist Church on Lakeway
Services Provided:
Al-Anon is a self-help recovery program for families and close friends of alcoholics. Anyone
who feels his/her life has been deeply affected by close contact with a problem drinker is
eligible for membership in Al-Anon. It is an anonymous fellowship. There are no dues or
fees. The fellowship is self-supporting through voluntary contributions.
Alcoholics Anonymous
Contact
Duffy Jenniges
Telephone: 686-2623 680-4896 686-6107 (24-Hour Hotline)
Services Provided:
Alcoholics Anonymous is a voluntary, world-wide fellowship of men and women from all
walks of life who meet together to attain and maintain sobriety. The only requirement for
membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership.
Meeting times and locations:
Northeastern WY Recovery Group
The Vineyard
307-689-1617
Strugglers Group
2000 W Lakeway Rd
2910 S Douglas HWY
307-680-4896
Wright
Community Assistance Building 689-6146 Nick
517-303-9205 Dave
Sundance
Senior Center
Newcastle
Catholic Church Basement
307-629-0211
Upton
Upton Community Center
307-468-2410
Morcroft
Library Basement
307-660-3361
Hulett
Basement of Comm. Church
307-680-0397
307-467-5206
307-283-2514 or 307-467-5206
There are Open, Non Smoking, Closed, and Non Registered Meetings
Call for the specifics as to the kind and time of meeting you want.
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American Cancer Society Resource Office
Contact:
Cindy McGinnis
1-406-256-7150
Campbell County Memorial Hospital Field Office
Address:
501 S. Burma Ave.
PO Box 3011
Gillette, WY 82716-3011
Telephone: 1-307-688-1910 Gillette
1-888-734-4892 Casper
1-800-227-2345 National
Provides information regarding cancer issues including but not limited to:
 Support Groups
 Nutrition
 Wigs and Prostheses
 Financial Assistance
 We can research all questions
 Treatment Options
Services Provided:
All services are FREE & CONFIDENTIAL to patients, family members, friends, caregivers
and medical professional.
American Legion
Contact:
Address:
Katrina Gilbert
200 Rockpile Blvd.
P. O. Box 68
Gillette, WY 82717
Telephone: 682-3232
Services Provided:
Every Veteran’s Day and Memorial Day, the American Legion and VFW honor our veterans
by putting flags on their graves and a special ceremony. They also will honor veterans at
their funerals. Veterans can also receive support and intermix with other veterans at the
American Legion. Any veteran with questions about VA benefits or needing help from a VA
hospital can contact the Gillette VA Clinic 685-0676.
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American Red Cross of Wyoming – Northeast WY Branch
Contact:
Address:
Fax:
Cindi Shank, Branch Manager
PO Box 1735
Gillette, WY 82717
686-8407
307-222-8272 Statewide help phone number
N/A
E-mail:
[email protected]
Telephone:
Serving Campbell, Crook, Weston Johnson, and Sheridan counties in the following areas:
Health & Safety:
Our Health & Safety program provides 28 separate courses First Aid and CPR, Baby-sitting
Training, Water Safety & Lifeguard Training and HIV/AIDS education. Some recently
developed course modules provide education in Back Injury Prevention, Workplace Violence
Awareness, Slips, Trips, & Fall's, Managing Stress, Your Heart Matters, and Ergonomics. In
addition, we are continuing our efforts to educate baby-sitters, daycare providers, and foster
parents, to ensure the safety of all children as well as a new program for caregivers of the
elderly. We are also developing a program to educate pet and animal owners on their safety
issues.
Disaster Services:
The Red Cross is instrumental in mitigation and recovery through teaching and
providing early intervention after a disaster strikes.
Armed Forced Emergency Services (AFES):
AFES provides the communication link between military members and their family. When a
serviceman or servicewoman requires emergency leave or is traveling between orders and
has difficulties, the American Red Cross is the only agency that can verify to the Armed
Services commander, the serviceperson’s need for leave or financial assistance to go home to
a seriously ill or dying relative.
Internationally The American Red Cross is the only agency that can initiate the tracing of a
loved one for family that was separated during an armed conflict.
Animal Shelters – City/County
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Hours:
Phyllis Jassek
P.O. Box 518
Gillette, WY 82717
686-5249
307-685-8880
[email protected]
1 p.m. – 6 p.m. Monday – Friday
11a.m. – 3 p.m. Saturday
Closed Sunday
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Apartment Rental Information
* denotes subsidized housing
* Antelope Ridge Apartments
Address:
2501 Ledoux No Pets
Contact:
Connie Hubart
Telephone: 685-8066
(Tax Credit) Rent Starting @
1 Bedroom $680 + electric, 2 Bedrooms $730 + electric, 3 Bedrooms $830 + electric
* Bicentennial Apartments (62 years and older or disabled)
Address:
251 W Warlow Dr
Contact:
Marti Frye
Telephone: 682-9514/605-642-4744
Fax:
682-7667
1 Bedrooms only Rent: 30% of gross income less Medical expenses
* Birchwood Apt (62 years and older or Disabled)
Address:
601 Tyler Avenue
Contact:
Marti Frye
Telephone: 682-9514/605-642-4744
Fax:
307-682-7677
1 and 2 Bedrooms Rent: 30% of gross income less Medical expenses
*Cotton Wood Terrace I (55 Years and older)
Address:
705 W Sixth St
Contact:
Ruth Buckner
Telephone: 307-685-0700
1 & 2 Bedrooms Rent starting at $410.00-- utilities included (Tax Credit)
*Cotton Wood Terrace II (Main Office) (55 years and Older)
Address:
703 Sixth Street
Contact:
Ruth Buckner
Telephone: 307-685-0700
1 & 2 Bedrooms Rent starting at $410.00 –utilities included (Tax Credit)
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Apartment Rentals continued
Cottonwood Apartments
Address:
305 Cottonwood
2 Bedroom Apartments $800/ Utilities included. Small pets allowed.
A security deposit matching the rent amount is required.
* Del Mar Apartments
Address:
815 E Lincoln
Contact:
Rhianon Blakeman
Telephone: 307-622-7880
Office Hours: 9am-1pm Mon.-Fri.
Rent and deposit amounts are based on income. All 16 units have 2 bedrooms, so renter must
have a dependent to qualify. Heat is provided but tenant must pay for electricity and may be
required to make a deposit to City of Gillette. Tenants must be well behaved. NO PETS
* Desert Run Apartments
Address:
Desert Hills Circle
Contact:
Lorna
Telephone: 307-682-0177
Fax #
307-682-0393
2,3, & 4 Bedroom apartments.
Gas and electric utilities paid by tenant. (Income restricted/tax credit).
Eagles Nest Apartments - Real Estate Systems (office)
Address:
2201 S Douglas Hwy
Contact:
Leta
Telephone: 682-0964
A security deposit matching the rent amount is required. Utilities are paid by the renter. The
apartments have electric heat, and renters pay their own electricity.
Units are 2 bedrooms $650, washer and dryers in each unit.
* Elm Court Apartments
Address:
826 N Gurley
Contact:
Connie Hubart
Telephone: 685-8066
NO Pets (Tax Credit)
1 Bedroom $680 + electric, 2 Bedrooms $730 + electric, 3 Bedrooms $830 + electric
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Apartment Rentals continued
* Fairway Estate
Address:
1020 Country Club Rd
Contact:
Amy or Michael Lawless
Telephone: 686-9988
1 Bedroom- $553.00, 2 Bedroom-$665.00, 3 Bedroom- $768.00, 4 Bedroom $809.00
Tenants pay gas and electric.
Security deposit required based on tenants credit score ($350, $450, or $550).
Foothills View Apartments
Address:
Contact:
Telephone:
1 bedroom
2 bedrooms
3504 Foothills Blvd # 6
Vicky Hunter
686-6488
$595 + electric
$695-+ electric
* Gillette Apartments
Address:
Contact:
Telephone:
201 E. Boxelder #41
Candice Fyffe
682-7956
Office Hours: 9a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Tues., Wed. & Thurs.
By appointment at other times.
A security deposit of $450 is required. Rent includes water, sewer, trash, and pest control.
The apartments have electric heat and renters pay their own electricity. There is a waiting list
for the apartments reserved for rental assistance recipients. Whenever one of these
apartments becomes vacant, the next neediest person on the list is called.
1 bedroom $622 2 bedrooms $732 RA available to qualified renters.(30% of annual
adjusted income).
* Highland Property Management
Address:
826 N Gurley Ave
Contact:
Connie
Telephone: 685-8066
Fax:
307- 685- 6952 Hrs. M-F 8am-4pm
Deposit Based on Credit/ Criminal/ Residential info.
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Apartment Rental continued
Indian Hills Apartments
Address:
1001 E. 12th Street
Contact:
Kristy Stoddard
Telephone: 682-7800
Security deposit required is $500. Rent includes expanded cable TV and all utilities except
electricity and phone.
1 bedroom $700
2 bedroom $ 775
3 bedroom $ 950
Mountain View Apartments
Address:
Contact:
Telephone:
2404 Foothills Boulevard #106
Kim McCuin, Manager
682-1753
Security deposit is $200.00. All utilities are furnished except lights, cable TV, and phone.
1 bedroom
$765/w/6 month lease
$715 w/1 year lease
2 bedroom
$865 w/ 6-month lease
$816 w/ 1 yr. lease
* Park side Apartments
Address:
2513 Dogwood (office)
Contact:
Angie Steel Manger
Telephone: 687-1998
Rent (and deposit) for all of these apartments is based on (30%) income. Applications must
be filled out.
* Parkview Senior Apartments (62 years and older)
Address:
301 W Warlow Dr
Contact:
Marti Frye
Telephone: 682-9514/605-642-4744
Fax:
682-7667
1 Bedroom Apartments
Rent: $588.00 Utilities Are Included
* Pioneer Apartments (62 years and older or Disabled)
Address:
912 W 8th Street
Contact:
Marti Frye
Telephone: 682-9514/605-642-4744
1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments
Rent: 30% gross income less Medical expenses
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Apartment Rental Continued
Ranch Creek Apartments
Address:
Contact:
428 Prairie View Drive Unit # H
Brittany Dorson, Office Manager
Heather Harvey, Assistant Manager
Telephone: 682-5621
Fax:
685-8132
Security deposit is same as rent. Renter pays for all utilities (gas heat and elec.), except
water, sewer, and garbage.
1 bedroom
$550
2 bedrooms $650
3 bedrooms $750
South Fork Apartments
Address:
Contact:
Telephone:
4500 Running W Dr
Amy
307-687-7000
Squaw Valley Apartments
Address:
900 E. 12th Street
Contact:
Patty McConnell, Manager
Telephone: 682-5555
E-Mail:
[email protected]
$250 security deposit required. All utilities and basic cable included in rent.
1 bedroom
$610
2 bedroom
$690
3 bedroom
$750
Stanley 4 Plex
Address:
1004 & 1008 Stanley
Contact:
Leta
Telephone: 682-0964
2 Bedroom Apartments Security deposit matching the rent amount is required.
$650.00 per month Utilities are paid by the renter.
Washer & dryer hook-ups in units
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Apartment Rentals continued
* Thunder Rock
Address:
1086 Country Club #901
Contact:
Tina
Telephone: 686-9730
Fax:
686-9792
Deposit $500.00
2 Bedroom starting at $463
3 Bedroom starting at $621
Renter pays the electric. (Tax Credit)
Valley View Apartments
Address:
325 E Boxelder Rd Apt 101
Contact:
Sandy Bare
Telephone: 686-6361
Utilities Included
Security Deposit of $250.00
1 Bedroom
$745.00-$755.00,
2 Bedroom
$777.00-$785.00
* The Village @ Gillette
Address
7123 Robin Dr #101 office
Contact:
Jeanie
Telephone: 685-1600
1 bedrooms list @ $510-$580
2 bedrooms list @ $610-$700
3 bedrooms list @ $710-810
Deposit matches Rent
PETS ALLOWED
Warlow Drive Apartments
Address:
1720 W Warlow Drive
Contact:
Misty Williams
Telephone: 682-5041
Office Hours: 8:30a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed 12:00 – 1:00
A $500 deposit is required. All utilities paid except cable TV, phone and Internet.
There is a $20 non-refundable application fee per application. You must have been employed
for the last six months and make at least three times the rental amount.
1 bedroom
$650.00
2 bedrooms
$750.00
2 bedroom deluxe
$750.00
3 bedrooms
$800.00
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Apartment Rentals continued
* Way Station Transitional Apartments
Address:
114 S. 4-J Road
Telephone: 686-2730
Fax:
682-4018
Email:
[email protected]
Six low-income apartments; must have income and be income eligible. Transitional program;
electricity to be transferred to tenant’s name after 3rd month; requires deposit paid after 3rd
month. Individualized case management plan required.
1 bedroom
$255
2 bedroom
$265
3 bedroom
$275
8 apartments Phase III $230 per month
Wind Ridge Apartments
Address:
2677 Ledoux
Contact:
Connie Hubart
Telephone: 685-8066
Service animals allowed
$500.00 base Security Deposit required
$660 2 bedroom + electric
$760 3 bedroom + electric
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ASAP (Adolescent Substance Abuse Program)
Contact:
Address:
Mail:
Telephone:
Fax:
Peter Edis, Director
Behavior Health Services
Campbell County Memorial Hospital
501 S. Burma Ave.
PO Box 3011
Gillette, WY 82717-3011
688-5000
688-5015
Services Provided:
Provides outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse help for individuals of all ages.
AVA Community Art Center
Contact:
Address:
Mail:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Website:
Ann Edwards Executive Director
Catherine Gallilee, President
509 West Second
PO Box 7145
Gillette, WY 82717-7145
682-9133
682-0468
[email protected]
www.avacenter.org
AVA Community Art Center Services Provided:
AVA Community Art Center is a non-profit organization that promotes the visual arts in
Northeastern Wyoming. We provide children and adult art classes and offer exhibitions that
feature local, regional and national artists. Our gift shop includes hand-crafted items, art
supplies, unique gifts and more!
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Behavioral Services (CCMH)
Community Counseling Service
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
Address:
Telephone:
Campbell County Memorial Hospital
688-5000
24-hour Crisis Line or hospital emergency room
Services Provided:
Providing quality mental health and substance abuse services to children, adolescents and
adults in our community.
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Inpatient services
Crisis intervention
Day treatment
Mental Health Counseling
Medication checks
Outpatient counseling
Bikers Against Child Abuse Campbell County Chapter (BACA)
Address:
PO Box 1041
Wright WY 82732
Telephone:
Web Site:
307-257-0605 (Hotline)
www.bacaworld.org
BACA Mission Statement
Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA) exists with the intent to create a safer environment for
abused children. We exist as a body of Bikers to empower children to not feel afraid of the
world in which they live. We stand ready to lend support to our wounded friends by
involving them with an established, united organization. We work in conjunction with local
and state officials who are already in place to protect children. We desire to send a clear
message to all involved with the abused child that this child is part of our organization, and
that we are prepared to lend our physical and emotional support to them by affiliation, and
our physical presence. We stand at the ready to shield these children from further abuse. We
do not condone the use of violence or physical force in any manner, however, if
circumstances arise such that we are the only obstacle preventing a child from further abuse,
we stand ready to be that obstacle.
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Blessings in a Backpack
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
E-mail:
Website:
Tama Clapper
1001 S. Douglas HWY Building B Suite 1
307-670-1518
[email protected]
blessingsinabackpack.org
Services Provided:
Blessings in a Backpack provides elementary schoolchildren who are on the federal Free and
Reduced Price Meal Program with a backpack of food to take home for 38 weekends during
the school year. Backpack food includes easy-to-prepare, ready-to-eat foods, like oatmeal,
apples, mac and cheese, and soups.
Why Do We Do It?
There are 20+ million children in this country who are at risk of hunger. The consequences of
hunger are much more than a growling stomach. Poor nutrition can result in a weaker
immune system, increased hospitalization, lower IQ, shorter attention spans, and lower
academic achievement. Children are fed during the school week by federal government
programs, but we want to make sure they’re getting nutritional meals over the weekend, too.
Blessings in a Backpack is a 501 C (3) non-profit organization currently feeding nearly 750
children in all elementary schools in Campbell County and Moorcroft. The program is a
hybrid of private sector funding and public partnership carried out in public schools. We are
feeding the future of America, one school at a time.
Boy Scouts of America
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
E-mail:
Donna Morgan ; Chocadewakoa District Executive
Greater Wyoming Council, Boy Scouts of America.
2101 Evening Shadow Ct.
Gillette WY 82718
307-689-8213
[email protected]
Service Provided:
Boys aged 7 through 18 participate in activities year round. Geared to build character,
provide citizenship training, develop leadership skills, and promote physical fitness.
Camping Scholarships are provided for week long camps in partnership with the Campbell
County Recreational District and United Way.
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Boys and Girls Club of Campbell County
Contact:
Rita Wagner, Executive Director
Address:
707 Bridger St Gillette, WY 82716
Telephone/Fax:
685-1050 – Fax 685-0028
E-mail:
[email protected]
Hours:
6:45am. – 8:30am.
Monday-Friday
3:30pm. – 7:00pm. Monday- Friday
8:30am-3 pm Preschool
Monday-Friday
Program Times:
8:00 am.-5:30 pm. Summer and School breaks
3:00 pm.-7:00 pm. School Year:
Fees:
$30.00 per month/child during school year, $50.00 per week/child in the
Summer months.
Services Provided:
With the support of the community and its youth, the Boys and Girls Club of Campbell
County will provide a safe, drug-free, non-threatening and fun environment which promotes
morals and integrity in addition to the physical, social, educational, Spiritual and vocational
development of its members.
Campbell County Adult Drug Court
Address:
Contacts:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
500 South Gillette Ave., Suite 2500
Gillette, WY 82716
Doug Marler and Jonathan Mau
687-6471
687-6376
[email protected] or [email protected]
Hours:
8:00am-5:00p.m. Mon.-Thurs. and 8:00 am-Noon Friday
Services Provided:
The Campbell County Adult Drug Court is a court-sponsored intensive, supervised
rehabilitation program that provides an alternative to traditional incarceration and sentencing
of other courts.
The program utilizes a Level 2.1 Outpatient Treatment facility, intensive supervised
probation, electronic monitoring, regular drug and alcohol testing, and a comprehensive
counseling component to address the underlying causes of alcohol and substance abuse.
Positive behaviors are rewarded, while relapses are dealt with quickly and effectively
through the court system. The program deals with all aspects of an offender’s life, including
mental health, family and employment, with the hope of modifying an offender’s behavior
and reducing recidivism of alcohol and substance abuse offences.
Only Felony Offenders accepted.
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Campbell County Commissioners 2014
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
Web:
500 S. Gillette Avenue, Suite 1100
Gillette, Wyoming 82716
682-7283
687-6325
www.ccgov.net
Chairman,
Mark A. Christensen
P.O. Box 1269
Gillette, WY 82717
682-7283 Office
[email protected]
Dan Coolidge
901 Fairway Drive
Gillette WY 82718
682-7283 Office
[email protected]
Matt Avery
505 Gray Road
Rozet, WY 82727
682-7283 Office
[email protected]
Micky Shober
1450 Charra Avenue
Gillette WY 82718
682-7283 Office
[email protected]
Garry G. Becker
P.O. Box 1117
Gillette, WY 82717
682-7283 Office
[email protected]
Robert Palmer
Commissioner’s Admin.
Director
682-7283 Office
[email protected]
687-6325 Office Fax
Kendra Como.
682-7283 Office
Senior Administrative Assistant
[email protected]
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Campbell County Emergency Management Agency
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
David King, Coordinator
500 South Gillette Ave. Suite 1100
Gillette, WY 82716
686-7477
687-6325
[email protected]
Services Provided:
Campbell County Emergency Management Agency is responsible under state law for "coordinating" efforts by
government and the public to prepare to recover and restore the functioning of the community should we
experience any natural or man-caused disaster
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Responsible for the development and updating of the preparedness and response plans
used in times of disaster.
Provide Public Education on preparedness for disasters and emergencies through
classes, informative talks, and distribution of brochures and educational materials.
Conduct tests and drills involving local emergency services and the public.
Maintain and operate the public warning and communication systems (local warning
siren system, all channel cable TV interrupt, Emergency Alert System on local radio
stations, and the county's automated telephone warning system).
Coordinates with the National Weather Service for warning coordination and public
education efforts.
Coordinate with local voluntary organizations active in disasters (Red Cross &
Salvation Army, etc.)
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Campbell County Extension Service
University of Wyoming
Contact:
Chance Marshall, Agriculture and Natural Resources
Jessica Gladson, 4-H/ Educator,
Kim Bell, 4-H Youth Extension Educator (part-time)
Hannah Hopp, Horticulture Program Coordinator
Jacque Helsley, Administrative Assistant
Mandy Reynolds, Administrative Assistant
Lori Jones, Cen$ible Nutrition Program
Address:
412 S Gillette Ave
Gillette, WY 82716-4200
Telephone: 682-7281
Fax:
686-8530
Hours:
7:30 am to 5:00 p.m. Mon-Fri.
Services Provided:
The University of Wyoming Extension Service in Campbell County provides research-based
information and educational programs in the following areas: agriculture and natural
resources, family and consumer sciences (formerly home economics), 4-H and youth,
horticulture, Cent$ible nutrition and community development.
Many classes, brochures, and booklets are available to educate the public on nutrition,
budgeting, meal planning, food preparation, and safe food handling. Most services are free
although there is sometimes a small charge for books or classes. The EENEP program
teaches how to spend less money for food while enjoying a nutritious diet. We also offer
youth educational and recreational opportunities.
Campbell County Fire Department
Contact:
Address:
Don Huber, Fire Chief
106 Rohan Avenue
Gillette, WY 82716
Telephone: 682-5319
Fax:
686-2222
E-mail:
[email protected]
Office Hours: 8:00am-5:00p.m. Mon-Fri.
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Campbell County HIV Prevention
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Hours:
Della Amend, RN/BC, and Director of Public Health
2301 South 4-J Rd
P. O. Box 3420
Gillette, Wyoming 82717
682-7275
682-0374
[email protected]
8:00am-5:00pm Mon-Fri
Services Provided:
This is a cooperative effort between the Centers for Disease Control, the Wyoming
Department of Health, and Campbell County. Members work to implement programs to meet
the specific needs for HIV prevention in Campbell County. The group promotes HIV/AIDS
awareness and education, encourages parents and educators to promote safer sex, and
strengthens the worldwide effort to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS. Testing and counseling by
appointment.
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Campbell County Memorial Hospital
Gillette Hospital
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
501 S Burma Avenue
P.O. Box 3011
Gillette, WY 82716
688-1000
688-1570 Hospital Administration
688-5000 Behavioral Services Appointments
688-1100 24-hour Crisis Line for Mental Health & Chemical Dependency
Wright Clinic
Medical services and physical therapy for southern Campbell County residents
Contact:
Karen Collins
Address:
500 Latigo Drive
P.O. Box 100
Wright WY 82732
Telephone: 464-0413
Fax:
464-1526
Hours:
8:00 am.\ to 12:00 pm 1:00 pm-5:00 pm Mon-Fri
Services Provided by the Hospital and Clinic:
Impatient
EMS
Emergency
Care
Home Health
Outpatient
Behavioral Health
Clinical Outpatient
Services
Heptner Cancer Center
Campbell County Clinics
Audiology
Ear, Nose & Throat
Resources
Ask-A-Nurse
First Aid & CPR
Geriatric Medicine
Hospice
ICU
Maternal Child
Lab
Occupational Health
Radiology
Infectious Disease
Internal Medicine
Nephrology
Home Medical
Resources
Medical Library
Pioneer Manor
Powder River Surgery
Center
Medical /
Surgical
Nutrition
Rehabilitation Services
Neurology & Pain
Surgery
Wellness
OB GYN Specialists
Orthopaedic Specialists
Powder River
Orthopedics
& Spine (PROS)
Pulmonary & Sleep
Medicine
Urology
Walk-in Clinic
& Occupational Health
Wright Walk-in Clinic
& Occupational Health
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Campbell County Parks & Recreation Department
GILLETTE
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
Hours:
Dave McCormick, Director
250 W Shoshone
682-8527
682-7050
Summer
Mon-Thurs
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Winter
Mon-Fri
Saturday
Sunday
8 a.m.-- 10 p.m.
5 a.m.-- 9 p.m.
8 a.m. -- 5 p.m.
1 p.m.-- 5 p.m.
5 a.m.-- 10 p.m.
8 a.m.-- 6p.m.
1 p.m.-- 5 p.m.
WRIGHT
Address:
Telephone:
Hours:
225 Wright Blvd
PO Box 407
Wright WY 82732
307-464-0580
Summer and Winter hours are the same this year.
Mon-Fri
6 a.m.-- 9 p.m.
(facility doors locked at 8:45 p.m.)
Sat & Sun
1 p.m-- 5p.m.
(facility doors locked at 4:45 p.m.)
Services Provided:
Provides a variety of parks and recreation facilities and activities to promote good health and
well being for all citizens and visitors in Campbell County. Among the programs and
activities are the following:
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Youth Programs
Adult Programs
Fitness Programs
Intramural Programs
Aquatics Programs
Climbing Tower Activities
Kids Zone Activities
For more specifics call 307-682-8527 or go to our website at
www.ccprd.com where you will find the full range of activities and programs offered.
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Campbell County Public Health
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
Hours:
E-mail:
Della Amend, RN/BC, and Director of Public Health
Jane Galser RN/ PHN supervisor
Kelly Hubbard RN/ PHN supervisor
2301 South 4-J Rd
P. O. Box 3420
Gillette, WY 82718
682-7275
682-0374
8:00 - 12:00, 1:00 - 5:00
Monday-Friday
[email protected]
Services Provided:
The mission of Campbell County Health Department is to promote health, prevent diseases,
protect our community, and empower people of Campbell County to optimize their quality of
live.
Public Health provides a multitude of services free of charge:
General Programs
such as Walk-In Clinics, Outlying Clinics, Health Screening,
Health Education, Travel Immunizations, Follow-up Communicable Disease exposure,
HIV Testing & Counseling
Adult Programs
such as Home Health Care, Adult Health Maintenance, Long
Term Care and Immunizations
Maternal Child Health Programs such as Maternal Child Health, Presumptive Eligibility,
Best Beginnings, and Home Visits.
Children’s Programs
such as Children’s Immunizations, Additional Children’s
Services, Specialty Clinics and the WIC office is located in the Public Health building
For specifics of each Program, Please call Campbell County Public Health 682-7275
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Campbell County Public Library
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Hours:
Fax:
Web Site:
Terri Lesley, Director
2101 S. 4- J Road
Gillette, WY 82718
682-3223
9:00 am – 9:00 pm Monday to Thursday
9:00 am – 5:00 pm Friday and Saturday
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Sundays (September-May)
686-4009
www.ccpls.org
Services Provided:
Maintains 236,000 print and audio-visual items. The library is a Selective Depository, with
100,000 federal and state documents. Reference services include public access to Internet,
interlibrary loan, microforms, CD-ROM indices and on-line database searching. Children’s
Department offers preschool programs and activities for school children on no-school days.
Library materials are delivered to the elderly and homebound. Branch libraries are in Recluse
and Wright.
Campbell County School District
Superintendent: Dr. Richard Strahorn
Contact:
Address:
Hours:
Educational Services Center
1000 W. 8th Street
P.O. Box 3033
Gillette, WY 82717-3033
8:00am-5:00pm Mon-Fri.
Telephone:
Fax:
Web site:
682-5171
682-6619
www.campbellcountyschools.net
Services Provided:
District focuses on student achievement and parent involvement.
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Campbell County Senior Citizen’s Center
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
Hours:
Transportation:
Ann Rossi, Director
701 Stocktrail
Gillette, WY 82716
686-0804
686-5019
8:00am-5:00pm Mon-Fri
682-8279
Services Provided:
Provides the elderly the opportunity to remain independent as long as possible. Hot meals are
served at noon Monday through Friday at a suggested contribution of $3.50 to anyone 60
years old or over, and $7.00 for anyone younger. Transportation in a lift-equipped passenger
van is available to senior citizens, disable, low-income individuals and general public. Hours
of service are from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday – Friday. Senior citizens may ride for a
suggested contribution of $2.00 per stop. There is a suggested contribution of $4.00 per stop
outside of the city limits, but within the county. For the general public the fare is $4.00 per
stop within the city limits and $7.00 per stop outside of the city limits but within the county.
Opportunities exist for participation in recreation, games, arts, crafts, socialization, day trips
and special projects.
The Center also provides In-Home services to seniors and disabled individuals over the age
of 18 who are at risk of institutionalization. These services include light housekeeping,
assistance with errands and personal care.
Home delivered meals to persons over 60 available Monday - Friday for a suggested
contribution of$4.00 for those whom qualify.
Campbell County Sheriff's Office
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Hours:
William H. Pownall, Sheriff
600 W. Boxelder
Gillette, WY 82718
687-6160
682-0307
[email protected]
24hrs
Services Provided:
Countywide law enforcement, criminal investigation, emergency response, investigation of
traffic accidents, civil process service, and operation of the county jail are among the services
provided by the sheriff's office.
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Caring for Women Program
Telephone:
Contact:
1-888 -556- 8074
Wendy or Christi
Services Provided:
The program will pay for Well-Women visits, PAP Smears, and Mammograms for Wyoming
women who do not have insurance.
Catholic Charities of Wyoming
Contact:
Telephone:
E-mail:
Emily Cole
1-800-788-4606
[email protected]
Services Provided:
We offer pregnancy counseling and services to people of all religious backgrounds. We assist
in special needs and international adoptions. We also provide post-adoption counseling.
Chamber of Commerce
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Web site:
Hours:
Julie Simon /President
314 S. Gillette Avenue
Gillette, WY 82716
682-3673
682-0538
[email protected]
www.gillettechamber.com
8:00 a.m. – 5:00pm, Mon-Fri.
Services Provided:
The Chamber maintains a wealth of information about services provided in the community as
well as local business entities.
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Child Support Authority
Contact:
Address:
Carol Kinney, Director
501 Running W Drive
Gillette, Wyoming 82718
Telephone: 687-1501
Fax:
687-1739
E-mail:
[email protected]
Hours:
8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday- Friday
Website:
dfsweb.state.wyo.gov
Services Provided:
 Application Fee: $25.00
 Application fee is waved if custodial parent receives Dept. of Family Services (DFS)
assistance. Either parent can request services.
 Services include: locating absent parents, establishing paternity, establishing child
support/ medical support orders; enforcement and modification of child support
orders.
 Service is open to anyone; you do NOT need an attorney or 3-party referral.
Children's Developmental Services of Campbell County
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
Hours:
E-mail:
Website:
Earlene Vandeventer, Director
1801 S. 4-J Road
Gillette, WY 82718
682-2392
682-8463
7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday – Friday
[email protected]
http://ccg.co.campbell.wy.us/cds/
Services Provided:
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Early intervention/early childhood services for infants, toddlers and preschoolers with
disabilities and their families.
Screenings and evaluations for children birth to school age are free.
Child care services are provided for working families. Child care provides regular
classrooms with adaptations for disabilities when needed.
Early Head Start is a program for pregnant women, children birth to age three, and
their families.
Parenting classes are offered two times a year, each session running for seven weeks.
Positive methods of discipline are presented. Discussion is directed toward a realistic
and practical approach to child rearing.
Books and child care are free for the parenting classes.
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Christian Ministries
Abiding Grace Lutheran Church
Abundant Life United Pentecostal
Antelope Valley Baptist
Blessed Sacrament Catholic
Calvary Missionary Baptist
Calvary Community
Central Baptist
Christ Our Redeemer Lutheran
Christian Church
Church of Christ
Church of Jesus Christ LDS
Church of Jesus Christ LDS
Emanuel Southern Baptist
Faith Community Church SBC
Family Life
First Assembly of God
First Baptist
First Church of the Nazarene
First Presbyterian
First United Methodist
Grace Bible Church
Gillette Christian Center
High Plains Community
Holy Resurrection Orthodox
Holy Trinity Episcopal
Jericho Baptist
Jehovah’s Witness
Morrison Mike Ministries
New Day Family Church
New Life Wesleyan
Open Door Church
Prairieview Assembly of God
Prince of Peace Lutheran
St. Francis Episcopal
Seventh Day Adventist
St. Matthews Catholic
Trinity Lutheran
Vineyard Christian Fellowship
Wright Baptist
Westside Baptist
201 W Lakeway Dr/Suite 500A 682-2355
1612 E. Hwy 14-16
2801 Antler Road
624 Wright Blvd Wright
600 Longmont
631 N. Commercial Dr
1170 Country Club Rd
1010 W. Beaver Drive
100 E Flying Circle
1204 T-7 Lane
2903 Allen Ave
555 Wright Blvd Wright
1851 Chara Ave
177 American Rd
480 S Hwy 50
601 Carey
501 S. Gillette Ave
3010 W 4-J Road
511 Carey Ave
2000 W. Lakeway Rd
4000 E Collins Rd
6201 Swanson Rd
3101 W Lakeway Rd
122 S. Gillette Ave
804 Emerson
211 S. Brooks Ave
1601 Shalom Ave
2 McKenzie Rd
1303 W 4th Ave
1000 Comanche Ave
111 E 2nd Street
514 Bison Ave., Wright
203 W Flying Circle Dr.
214 Wright Blvd. Wright
901 Apricot St
1000 Butler Spaeth Rd
1001 E.9th
585 Westside Dr
225 Ranchero Dr
604 W 10th St
687-0074
682-1602
682-3319
682-9779
682-9553
682-2543
686-4080
682-3316
682-2528
686-3051
464-0192
686-4132
682-7333
687-1083
682-3308
682-4816
682-2562/680-6189
682-7264
686-7339
686-1516
686-6680
685-0044
682-3225
682-4296
685-0837
682-6923
685-2272
686-7347
682-5642
685-3337
464-1182
682-4509
464-0028
682-8465
682-3319
682-5126
686-2485
464-0464
682-3505
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City of Gillette Council
Address:
Mail to:
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
201 E 5th Street
P.O. Box 3003 Gillette, WY 8271
686-5203
686-1593
[email protected]
MAYOR
John Opseth
686-5203
[email protected]
WARD 1
Louise Carter-King
686-5203
[email protected]
WARD 1
Kevin McGrath
686-5203
[email protected]
WARD 2
Tim Carsrud
686-5203
[email protected]
WARD 2
Forrect Rothleuter
686-5203
[email protected]
WARD 3
Robin Kuntz
686-5203
[email protected]
WARD 3
Ted Jerred
686-5203
[email protected]
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CLIMB Wyoming
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
Email:
Hours:
Stacie McDonald, Program Director
405 W Boxelder RD #B4
Gillette, WY 82718
685-0450
685-6611
[email protected]
www.climbwyoming.org
Mon. – Fri. 9a.m.- 4 p.m.
Must be a Single Mother and Income eligible
Services Provided:
CLIMB Wyoming Trains and places low-income single mothers in jobs that earn livable
wages that allow them to successfully support their families. The CLIMB Wyoming
program offers single mothers the training and skills necessary to enter higher paying careers
and achieve long-term success through a combination of job training and placement, lifeskills development, education assistance, parenting and group and individual counseling.
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Council of Community Services
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Hours:
Linda Scherr, Executive Director
114 4-J Road
Gillette, WY 82716
686-2730
682-4018
[email protected]
9:00a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday
Services Provided:
Emergency Loans: Loans are usually limited to $100.00 but can be more depending upon
circumstances and at the discretion of the Council worker. A voucher system pays for
prescriptions, gas for medical purposes outside of Gillette, and for any other request that
seems reasonable and necessary. This program is available to any one, and there are no
income guidelines. Clients are expected to repay their loans, and will receive no additional
help unless repayment is attempted. This rule is waived in the case of children who need to
see a doctor.
Weatherization: Clients approved for LIEAP (Low Income Energy Assistance Program) are
eligible for Weatherization. Income must not exceed 150% of poverty guidelines. LIEAP
applications are handled through a Cheyenne office (1-800-246-4221) but weatherization
requests are reviewed locally by the Council. Multi-family dwellings can be weatherized if
two thirds of the occupants qualify. The owner is responsible for a portion of the
weatherization.
Food Pantry: Clients receive a voucher for food products at our office.. The Council
provides the amount of food the voucher approves for the number of adults and children in
the household
Commodities: People within low-income guidelines are given government commodities
once a month upon request.
Temporary Shelter: People with no place to stay will be housed at the Way Station
(shelter).
Community Service Block Grant: An application, requiring income documentation must be
submitted. Money can be requested for almost anything, but medical bills receive top
priority. Applicants' income must not exceed 100% of poverty guidelines. Applicant must be
a citizen of the United States. Documentation of income and the bills to be paid must be
submitted upon approval.
Christmas Baskets: Coordination of community donations during the Christmas season and
provision of gifts and food to every applicant family. Applications available November 1st.
Council Distribution of “baskets” begins one week before Christmas.
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Seconds on Third
Council of Community Seconds on Third (formerly Clothes Closet)
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Hours:
Ron
111 East 3rd St.
P. O. Box 3183
Gillette, WY 82717
682-3129
10 am to 5 pm
Monday through Friday
10 am to 4 pm
Saturday
Services Provided:
Donations of used clothing, household goods, furniture and some appliances are accepted and
made available at low cost to any shopper. Clothing and household necessities are free to
people who meet income guidelines. Please apply for the vouchers here.
School Supply Closet: Free school supplies are offered to low-income students when they
meet the income guidelines and when they are available. Families must qualify under the
federal low-income guidelines.
Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)
For the 6th Judicial District of Wyoming
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Hours:
Pamela Rucki Director
Justin Likness President
300 South Carey Avenue
Gillette, Wyoming 82716
687-9440
682-1175
[email protected]
9:00a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday
(Services are available after hours by appointment only)
Services Provided:
Provides court-appointed volunteer advocates for children who have been adjudged by a
court to be in need of supervision, abused, neglected or otherwise in need of advocacy.
Connections Visitation Center provides supervised visitation and monitored exchange for
children who are abused, neglected, or involved with family violence or custody issues.
Serves Campbell, Crook and Weston Counties.
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Department of Family Services
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Website:
Hours:
Bonnie Volk, District Manager
Ragin DuVall , Probation Service
551 Running W Drive Suite 200
Gillette, WY 82718
682-7277
686-1889
[email protected]
www.dfsweb.state.wy.us
8:00am-5:00pm Mon- Friday
Services Provided:
AFCD and POWER: (Personal Opportunities with Employment Responsibilities) POWER's
goal is to have 100% of program participants working on a plan to achieve self-sufficiency
and self-responsibility. This can be accomplished through a combination of employment,
child support, and other appropriate sources. POWER is a time-limited, pay-afterperformance program which assures that family members are working on a plan to become
self-sufficient. Each family will be limited to five (5) years of a combination of AFDC
benefits and POWER payments. Eligibility is determined by gross income and resources.
Documentation is required for everything. After an intake meeting, appointments are made
with a caseworker. Client must bring to this initial meeting birth certificates, Social Security
cards, court orders such as paternity papers or divorce decrees, bank statements, vehicle
registration or titles, proof of educational grants, loans or scholarships, proof of income,
proof of child care expenses and proof of shelter expenses. After six months each case will
be reviewed to verify income. At that time, all of the initial paperwork must be re-done.
Food Stamps: Food stamps are issued after proof of economic need is established. Food
Stamps are issued through the use of the Pay West Electronic Benefit Issuance (EBT) card.
The cards are automatically loaded during the first four days of the month, depending upon
the letter of the alphabet you last name begins with. The review for food stamps is based on
the income and expenses of the client and could be reviewed as often as every month and as
long as every six months. It is not necessary to be on AFDC to receive food stamps
Child Care: Income eligible parents can receive assistance to pay for child care while
working or attending school.
Eye Care: "Give a Day" eye care provides eye exams and glasses for four individuals each
month. These are donated by four local optometrists. A once in a life time benefit
Burial: No-frills burial provided for the indigent.
Food Pantry Voucher: Clients needing food go to the food pantry and follow guidelines of
the food pantry.
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Department of Family Services Continued
Child Protection Unit: Suspected cases of child abuse are investigated, usually in a
cooperative effort with law enforcement. Anyone can report child abuse and it can be done
anonymously if so desired.
Adult Protection: Suspected abuse cases of disabled adults are investigated, usually in a
cooperative effort with law enforcement. Anyone can report adult abuse and it can be done
anonymously.
Youth and Family Services: People experiencing difficulty in child rearing can request help
from DFS. The Department of Family Services will determine what services are needed to
deal with the problem.
 Preventative/protective daycare
 Supervision of CHINS (Children In Need of Supervision) and delinquents
 Special needs adoptions
 Foster care
 Court-ordered placement services
Give a day Eye Program
Contact your local DFS Dept.
Services Provided:
A program administered by the Department of Family Services which provides free eye
care. Recipient must live in a household with one employed member, have no health
insurance, have low income, and have not had an eye examination in the last 12 months.
Department of Family Services determines eligibility and maintains a waiting list.
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Department of Veterans Affairs
Contact:
Address:
Gillette VA Clinic
604 Express Dr
Gillette, WY 82718
307-685-0676
307-685-0695
Mon- Friday 8:00 – 4:30
Sheridan VA Medical Center: 1-866-822-6714
Telephone:
Fax:
Office Hours:
After hours:
Dental Health Program for Seniors
Contact:
Address:
Phone:
Peggy Baluska, Dental Health
6101 Yellowstong Road, Suite 420
Cheyenne WY 82002
307-777-7945
Services Provided:
This program is for Seniors 65 years old and older and low income. We pay 80% & the
senior pays 20%. Our maximum amount we can pay per calendar year is $800.00. Most
dentists in the state participate in this program. There is a one page application to complete
and verification of income must be provided.
Donated Dental Services Program
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
Web:
Hrs
Receptionist – Wyoming Dental Association
1800 15th Street, Ste. #100
Denver, CO 80202
303-354-5460
303- 534-5290
www.nfdh.org
8 am- 5pm (Mountain Time) Mon- Fri
Services Provided:
Foundation dedicated to providing oral health care for seniors, people with disabilities, and
persons who are medically compromised. Applicants must be permanently disabled,
chronically ill (mentally or physically) or elderly (minimum age 65). Applicants must be
unable to work, or significantly limited in ability to work due to permanent disability or
chronic illness.
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Eagles Auxiliary
Contact:
Address:
Roger Fevold
210 W 3rd Street
Gillette, WY 82716
Telephone: 660-9018
Contact:
Phyllis Ruff
601 Tyler Ave Apt M20,
Gillette, WY 82716
Telephone: 682-3777
Services Provided:
A Charitable organization that has local, state and national groups, the charity helps out in
whatever way possible. Just a few of the ways are listed below:
*Cancer Unit *GARF
*Yes House *Pioneer Manor *Salvation Army
and many
more
Employment Agencies – Temporary
Contact:
Manpower-Tracy Mathews
Address:
1103 E Boxelder Unit J Gillette, Wyoming 82718
Telephone: 682-8796
Fax:
866-390-2154
E-mail:
[email protected]
Web site:
www.usmanpower.com
Hours:
8:00am-5:00pm
Services Provided:
MSHA training available
Computer software training
Contact:
Adecco
Address:
306 S Gillette Ave Suite B Gillette, Wyoming 82716
Telephone: 686-1124
Fax:
682-2828
Website:
www.adeccousa.com
Hours:
8:00am-5:00pm Mon-Fri
Services Provided:
Full service staffing company offering day labor when available
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Energy Share of Wyoming
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
Website:
Hours:
Kris Jones, Board Member
201 E. 5th Street
P.O. Box 3003
Gillette, Wyoming 82716
682-6982
682-4998
www.gillettewy.gov
8:00am-5:00pm
Services Provided: Assistance for energy-related emergencies is provided in cases where no
other help is available. A one-time expenditure of up to $400 per household can be made if
funds are available. Applications are taken from December 1 through May 31. Verification
must be provided for all income and assistance received for the past six months. The elderly
and disabled receive first consideration. All applicants must be Wyoming residents. Income
must be at or above 185% of HSS Poverty Income Guidelines
Energy Share is a private, non-profit organization formed to help people with energy
problems caused by circumstances beyond their control. Energy Share is funded by donations
from individuals, organizations, churches, and industry.
Applications are available at the utility department at City Hall (682-5210) or from any
utility provider or at the Salvation Army office (682-6982) located on the sixth floor of the 1st
Interstate Bank building downtown).
Experience Works-Senior Workforce Solutions
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
Email:
Val Jewell
551 Running W Drive Suite 100
687-5268
686-2975
[email protected]
Services Provided:
The Experience Works Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is funded
by a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor as authorized under Title V of the Older
Americans Act. The goal of the Experience Works SCSEP is to provide participants with the
training, experience, services, and information they need to improve their lives, gain selfsufficiency, realize their goals, and obtain permanent employment. While striving toward
personal goals, participants also provide valued services to their community. You are eligible
to be a SCSEP participant if you meet the following qualifications: (1) you must be 55 years
of age or older, (2) you must reside in the state where you enroll, (3) your includable family
income cannot exceed 125 percent of the established Federal poverty income guidelines, (4)
you must be eligible to work in the United States and (5) you must be unemployed.
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Gillette Abuse Refuge Foundation (GARF)
Contact:
Address:
Fax:
E-mail:
Margie McWilliams, Executive Director
910 East Third St., the Courtyard, Suite I
P. O. Box 3110
Gillette, WY 82717
686-8071 (Office)
686-8070 (24-Hour Crisis Line)
686-8076
[email protected]
Hours:
Mon.-Fri
Telephone:
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Services Provided:
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G.A.R.F. has trained advocates available twenty-four hours a day to provide
emotional support, explore options, shelter and available resources. All services are
free and confidential.
G.A.R.F. staff assists with filing Family Violence Protection Orders and Stalking
Protection Orders.
Through G.A.R.F.’s Children’s Program, a Child Advocate is available for children to
express their feelings and develop safety plans.
Shelter is available for female victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Alternative shelter is available for male victims. The location of the shelter is
confidential, and the building has a well-developed security system to increase safety.
G.A.R.F. has an excellent Volunteer Program. A free forty-hour training program is
offered which can lead to a Volunteer Advocate position.
Support groups focusing on a variety of topics are offered such as:
o Victim/Survivor of Domestic Violence
o Children's Group (ages five to eighteen years old)
o Self-Esteem
o Assertiveness Skills Training
o Survivors of Sexual Trauma
G.A.R.F. promotes choice. G.A.R.F. Advocates are supportive, allowing the victim to make
the decisions. We continue services to the victim regardless of the choices made, and
maintain strict confidentiality.
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Gillette Crime Stoppers
Address:
Telephone:
Web site:
P. O. Box 2903
Gillette, Wyoming 82717
686-0400
686-5250 (fingerprinting for children)
www.crime.stoppers.org
Services Provided:
In Gillette, citizens with information about a crime can call Crime Stoppers at
(307) 686-0400. Callers need not provide their name and efforts such as caller ID are not
used to try to identify the caller. The information is provided to local law enforcement
officers to investigate. Persons providing information that helps to solve a crime are eligible
for a reward. The information and results obtained with the information are presented by law
enforcement to the Crime Stopper board. The board then determines if a reward should be
given and if so the amount. The caller is provided an identification number when they give
their information and they use that number to collect their cash reward. The Crime Stoppers
board is responsible for fundraising and media relations.
Gillette Challenger League
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
E-mail:
Website:
Stephanie Sumner 299-3685
Donnie Franzen
680-2061
Kim Pederson
689-6474
P.O. Box 1762 Gillette, WY 82717
See above
[email protected]
Facebook- Gillette Challenger League, just hit "like" page to join.
Services Provided: The Gillette Challenger League is a new and exciting sports club for
special needs children and their families. Ages 4 to 25 with any level of ability are welcome!
Gillette Energy Rotary Club - Noon
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Meeting:
Nachelle McGrath President
PO Box 3727
Gillette, WY 82717
no phone available ( it changes too often)
Noon Thursday at Prime Rib
1205 S Douglas Hwy
Services Provided:
Boots for kids provides winter footwear for needy children. Coupons for boots are issued by
the Council of Community Services and Rotary Club pays the bill.
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Gillette Kiwanis Evening Club
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Meetings:
Kip Junker
P.O. Box 162
Gillette, WY 82717
687-4317
6 p.m. Thursday evenings at the 1st Interstate Bank
Services Provided:
“Coats for Kids” is one of our bigger projects. The club also aids this community by
donating playground equipment, scholarships, and kid clubs assistance. Individual requests
will be considered, but any assistance given must first be voted on by the board at their
monthly meeting.
Gillette Police Department
Contact:
Jim Hloucal, Police Chief
Lt. Bendt Wasson and Lt. Chuck Deaton
Address:
201 E. 5th Street
P. O. Box 518
Gillette, WY 82716
Telephone: 682-5155
Fax:
686-0396
E-mail:
[email protected]
Web site:
www.gillettewy.gov
Office Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm Mon.-Fri.
Police Officers are always on call 24/7.
Services Provided:
In addition to providing crime prevention, law enforcement, and emergency response
services, the police department acts as an intermediary for other agencies during
non-business hours to provide certain social services to the community. The department has
four full-time officers assigned to the schools as part of our on-going crime prevention
program. We are also active in providing a police coordinator for the Crime Stoppers
program.
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Gillette Reproductive Health
(formerly-- Health Services of Campbell County)
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax
E-mail:
Hours:
Julie Price Carroll, Director
1304 W 4th
P. O. Box 2915
Gillette, WY 82717
682-8110
685-1193
[email protected]
Closed for lunch 1 pm-2pm--Mon, Tue, Wed & Thurs
Monday:
9:00pm-4:00pm
Tuesday
9:00am- 6:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am- 5:00pm
Thursday
9:00am-5:00pm
Friday
Closed
Services Provided:
Gynecology exams, Pap smears, breast exams, testing and treating of sexually transmitted
diseases, screening for anemia, rubella and hypertension, and contraceptive supplies are all
provided. Client fees are based on income. Services are provided for both men and women
by a licensed nurse practitioner on collaboration with a board-certified physician. All
services are completely confidential. Gillette Reproductive Health is a non-profit United Way
agency.
Gillette Workforce Center
Address:
551 Running W Drive Suite 100
Gillette, WY 82718
Telephone:
682-9313
Fax:
686-2975
Hours:
8:00 to 5:00 Monday – Friday
Wyoming Job Network:
www.wyomingatwork.com
Services Provided:
Local employment services are offered in addition to statewide and nationwide listings via
the Internet. Other resources available include Vocational Counseling and Testing, labor
market information, a resource for Unemployment Insurance claims, veteran’s services, and.
Case management for Workforce Investment Act provides for on-the-job training or
classroom training.
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Girl Scout’s of Montana & Wyoming
Regional/Local Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Girl Scout’s of Montana & Wyoming
Laura Sundstrom
804 E 4th Street Suite #2
Gillette, WY 82716
1-800-736-5243 ext. 2301
E-mail:
[email protected]
Hours:
8-5 Mon-Fri
Services Provided:
The Girl Scouts is the world’s preeminent organization dedicated solely to girls. Girls build
character and skills for the future in an accepting and nurturing all-girl environment.
Membership is open year-round.
Habitat for Humanity (Energy Capital)
Contact:
Address:
Linda Souza
Energy Capital HFH
PO Box 3633
Gillette, WY 82717-3633
Telephone: 307-670-1225
E-mail:
[email protected]
Services Provided:
Habitat for Humanity provides an opportunity for a low-income family to own their own
home. The family is required to participate in the building of the home. The home is built at
a fraction of the regular price of housing. The family must repay a no-interest loan to Habitat
for Humanity for the home, who then turns around and uses that money to build another
home.
Head Start - Home Start
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Hours:
Shelly Hagen Center Coordinator
601 Running W Drive
Gillette, WY 82718
682-4214
682-1722
[email protected]
8 am - 3:30pm
Services Provided:
Comprehensive preschool program for children ages 3-5, who qualify based on income or
other Family needs. There are 4 programs available to fit the needs of the child and family.
All programs are aligned with the State of Wyoming Early Childhood Standards. Children
that attend in the morning receive breakfast and lunch, while afternoon attendees receive
lunch and a snack daily. Full day program provides breakfast, lunch and a snack. There is an
afternoon Discovery Preschool which provides lunch. Parents are encouraged to participate.
Services are free.
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Hear Now
Contact:
Address:
Receptionist
6700 Washington Ave S
Eden Prairie MN 55344
Telephone: (800) 328-8602 then ask for Hear Now Program
Web Site:
starkeyhearingfoundation.org
Services Provided:
Provide hearing aids to people of low income who qualify for the program. Clients must
permanently reside in the United States. $125.00 processing fee per hearing aid required.
Helping Hands Helping Families
Address:
Contact:
Hours:
Storage shed D5 on the corner of Warlow Drive and Burma Avenue
Mona Whorley Phone:
307-299-6502
Jerry Whorley Phone:
307-299-6501
10 am to 4 pm Saturdays
Services Provided:
Clothing, shoes, toys, books and other items that are donated to Helping Hands are given
To those in need who stop by.
If you would like to make a donation to help with the costs to keep Helping Hands going
Mail donations to Security Stake Bank, Helping Hands Helping Families, 2124 S Douglas
Highway, Gillette, WY 82717
HOM (Housing Operation & Management)
Section 8 housing (HUD)
Contact:
Eliza Biesheuzel
Council of Community Services
Mailing Address:
114 4-J Road
Gillette, WY 82718
Telephone: 686-2730
Fax:
682-4018
E-mail:
[email protected]
Hours:
9:00am-5:00pm Mon-Fri.
Services Provided:
Provides financial assistance to help pay rent for people with low incomes. Client must make
an appointment for an initial meeting, which takes about 20 minutes. Social Security cards
for each person in the family must be brought to the meeting. The necessary forms will be
given to the client and explained. A second meeting will be scheduled for reviewing
completed forms before sending them to Cheyenne for approval. If no funds are available
client is put on a waiting list.
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Hospice of Campbell County Memorial Hospital
Contact:
Ashley Fraser, Clinical Supervisor
Maureen Hurley, Manager
Address:
P.O. Box 3011
Gillette, WY 82717
Telephone: 688-6230
Fax:
688-6210
Office Hours: 8:00 am to 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri.
Services Provided:
A team approach is used to meet the various needs of terminally-ill patients who have six
months, or less, to live. Family and friends are the primary caregivers, and are educated on
how to teach and support their family members. The hospice team consists of specially
trained nurses, social workers, chaplains, spiritual care coordinators, home health aides,
homemakers and volunteers. The team provides both patients and families with pain
management, symptom control, emotional and spiritual support and grief support. The
Patients may choose to remain at home in the Pioneer Manor or to stay at the In-Patient
Hospice House. Bereavement services and support groups are available.
iCanConnect
Contact:
Address:
Phone:
TTY:
Email:
Web:
Hours:
Wendy Alameda
Depart 4298, 1000 University
Laramie Wyoming 82071
307-766-6187
1-800-825-4595
307-766-2720
[email protected]
www.uwyo.edu/wind/wydeafblind
www.icanconnect.org/wyoming (national Site)
8am-5pm Mon.-Fri.
Services Provided:
Wyoming’s iCanConnect program provides communications technology free of charge to
low-income people of all ages who have combined vision and hearing loss. This program
will distribute communications equipment to qualified individuals and provide equipment
installation, training, and support to help recipients make the most of this technology.
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Intensive Outpatient Program
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
Hours:
E-mail:
Campbell County Behavioral Health Services
501 South Burma
P.O. Box 3011
Gillette, WY 82717-3011
688-5000
688-5015
8:00 am-5:00 pm Mon-Fri.
[email protected]
Services Provided:
A 24-session (8 weeks/3 times a week) outpatient substance/alcohol abuse program followed
by 10 sessions (5 weeks/2 times a week) of aftercare followed by 20 sessions of weekly
continuing care. Phase I includes two family counseling groups, interactive therapy with
close family/friends of the participant. Fees are on a sliding scale.
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LIEAP (Low Income Energy Assistance Program)
Contact:
Address:
Or
Toll Free:
Fax:
Hours:
Web Site:
Kathy Cathcart
1401 Airportparkway Suite 300
Cheyenne Wee 82001
PO Box 827
Cheyenne WY 82003
1 (800) 246-4221
307-778-3943
8:00 am-5pm Mon-Fri
www.dfsweb.state.wy.us
Services Provided:
Low Income Energy Assistance Program helps pay utility bills during the winter months for
people whose income falls within poverty guidelines. Applications are available at the
Council of Community Services, DFS and the Salvation Army or on our web site. People
can also call our Toll Free number and have an application mailed to them.
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Life RU Ready?
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Joli Carr
PO Box 3420
Gillette WY 82717
307-687-6482
307-682-0374
[email protected]
Services Provided: The Life RU Ready? Project is a “life-simulation” maze for teens and
parents designed to increase awareness of the consequences of the teen behaviors, to decrease
willingness to participate in risk-taking behavior, and to provide new opportunities for
parent-teen communication.
This project is a cooperative partnership that provides a place where juvenile service
professionals, community organizations, families, and youth volunteers all come together to
help reduce teen acceptance of health risk behaviors. The project has been developing since
the first event in 2007, and currently works with students from 7th, thru 10th grade.
The life simulation maze takes place every year in October. Volunteers are always
welcome - feel free to call and get involved!
Lions Club
AM
Contact:
Address:
Jack Matheny
PO Box 1299
Gillette WY 82717
Telephone: 682-3059
E-mail:
[email protected]
Meetings:
Every Wednesday at 7 a.m.
Meeting Place: Perkins Restaurant, Hwy 59
Lions Club
Noon
Contact:
Address:
Craig Thompson
PO Box 2323
Gillette, WY 82717
Telephone: 682-3183
E-mail:
[email protected]
Meetings:
1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month at Noon
Meeting Place:
Tower West Lodge, 109 N US Hwy 14-16 Gillette WY 82716
Services Provided: (Same for both AM and Noon)
The Lions Club is well-known for its work in preventing blindness. Fund-raisers assure
money is available to help provide glasses for needy children. Schools provide likely
candidates with the necessary paperwork which must be filled out by parents. The Lions
Club helps pay part of the cost for a pair of glasses. We also help needy adults who need
glasses.
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Low Income Housing
See the Apartment Rentals section of this manual. Apartments with an * before their name
are subsidized housing.
Low Income Medical Insurance for Children--Kid Care CHIP
Contact:
Address:
Kid Care CHIP
6101 Yellowstone Road, Ste. # 210
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Telephone: 1-855-294-21279
1-855-329-5204 TTY/TDD
E-mail:
[email protected]
Web site:
www.health.wyo.gov/chip or
www.health.wyo.gov/healthcarefin/chip.about
Services Provided:
KID CARE CHIP is a low-cost health insurance that provides complete health insurance for
children under the age of 19 who are uninsured and meet program qualification. Families
may have to pay a co-payment of $5or less for some services.
 Applications for Kid Care CHIP are available in all Wyoming communities, at county
health departments, healthcare facilities, WCI offices, Head Start facilities, Indian
Health Services, and many more community locations.
 Applications are also available by mail by calling 1-855-294-2127
 Applications can be completed online at: www.wesystem.wyo.gov
MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving)
Address:
Telephone:
201 E 2nd Street Suite 17
Casper WY 82601
1-800-498-5201 (Hotline)
The Medicine Program
Address:
Telephone:
Web site:
PO Box 1089
Poplar Bluff, MO 63902-1089
1-888-331-1002
www.themedicineprogram.com
You can print an application for help from the above web site.
Services Provided:
The medicine program seeks to aid those who have exhausted all other sources for help with
medication. This organization was established by volunteers dedicated to assisting
individuals of all ages who are regularly required to take prescription medication, but lack
adequate income to fill their prescription each month.
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Narcotics Anonymous
24-Hour Hotline
Web:
1-800-559-9503
1-800-314-7899
www.meetingfinder.com
To Find a meeting in your area,
 go to the web www.meetingfinder.com
 click on find meetings tab and type in your City and State.
 A list of meeting places in your area will appear.
Northeast Wyoming BOCES
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
Office Hours:
Operation Hours:
Web Site:
E-mail:
Julie Cudmore, Executive Director
410 N. Miller Avenue
Gillette, WY 82716
682-0231
686-7628
7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Mon.—Fri.
24 hours/day—7 days/week
www.newboces.com
jcudmore.newboces.com
Services Provided: Northeast Wyoming BOCES provides educational services to schoolaged pupils with moderate and severe disabilities whose unique needs cannot be adequately
provided for in the child's resident school district. The onsite programs are specially designed
for students with significant deficits in the categories of autism, deaf-blindness, behavior,
orthopedic impairment, mental disability, language disability, vision, health impairments and
traumatic brain injury. Students may be enrolled at any time during the year in the
educational program and attend on a full-time or part-time basis depending on their
individual program plan. Transportation, residential, and related services are also available
year around. Specialized professional and related services are also available year around to
meet the needs of individual student referrals or school district requests for services
assistance.
Life Centered Career Education
Transitional Services
Individualized Programs
Future Planning
Residential Services
On-the-Job Training
Nursing/Health Services
Occupational Therapy
Physical Therapy
Adapted Physical Education
Speech/Language Services
Audio logical Services
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Northeast Wyoming Amateur Radio Association
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
E-mail:
Web Site:
David King
Northeast Wyoming Amateur Radio Association
PO Box 2208
Gillette WY 82717
689-7477
[email protected]
www.newara.org
Services Provided:
The mission of NEWARA is to advance the general interest of amateur radio and to provide
an alternate communication system in times of emergency or disaster in Northeast Wyoming
NEWARA is a club affiliated with the Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL). Members
maintain four linked 2 meter repeaters covering the three counties in northeastern Wyoming,
as well as parts of adjoining counties in Wyoming, Montana and South Dakota. When
requested, the club helps provide communications for community events. It also provides
training classes and administers tests for anyone interested in becoming licensed with the
Federal Communications Commission as licensed amateur radio operators.
Open Door Church
Address:
Telephone:
Hours:
111 East 2nd Street, Suite 110
Gillette WY 82716
307-685-3337
2nd and 4th Thursday of the Month from 10 am-11:30 am
Services Provided:
Bread of Life—A FREE Food Pantry
2nd Blessings—A Clothes Closet -Clothing FREE
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Personal Frontiers
Contact:
Sherry Bertoncelj Executive Director
Address:
Mail to:
310 South Miller, Suite G
P. O. Box 754
Gillette, WY 82717
686-1189
682-8649
8:30 am-Noon and 1-5:30pm Monday, Wednesday Thursday
8:30 am-Noon and 1-4:30pm Friday
1pm-5:30pm Tuesday
[email protected]
Telephone:
Fax:
Hours:
E-mail:
Services Provided:
Provide outpatient substance abuse education, assessment, treatment and intervention for
alcohol and/or chemical-dependent people and their families. Fees are determined on an
individual basis. Service is never refused. Programs available include:
 Evaluation and Assessment
 Individual Counseling
 Intensive Outpatient/Aftercare Program
 Thinking Errors/Substance Abuse
 DUI class
 Interventions
 Family Program
 Adolescent Outpatient Program
 Smoking Cession-- Separate classes for Adult and Adolescents
Pharmacies
Albertsons
Kmart
Medical Hill Pharmacy
Medicap Pharmacy
Smith's
Wal-Mart
Walgreens
2610 S. Douglas Hwy.
687-2996
2150 S. Douglas Hwy
682-3212
407 Medical Arts Ct, Suite A 685-2899
501 E. Lakeway
685-6985
906 Camel Drive
682-1217
2300 S. Douglas Hwy
686-5166
2000 S. Douglas Hwy
682-4061
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Pilots for Christ
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
E-mail:
Web:
Kim Garland, Missions Coordinator
PO Box 94
Gillette WY 82717
307-622-7249
[email protected]
www.pilotsforChrist-Wy.org
Members of Pilots for Christ demonstrate the love our Lord and Savior by providing FREE
air transportation to individuals or groups in need that meet criteria. Eligible passengers
include:
 Ambulatory persons who can sit up in a small plane and be cleared by their physician
as medically clear to ride in a small aircraft at altitude to and from areas of treatment.
 Non-ambulatory patients who do not require in-flight medical treatment. (requires
larger aircraft)
 Relatives who need to visit seriously ill patients.
 Ministers (Pastors, Priests, Preachers, etc.) who need to reach their flock in an
emergency.
 Missionaries and Staff Members of missions departments, including supplies for the
mission field in our region.
 Others in need of emergency assistance via small aircraft.
Pioneer Manor Nursing Home
Contact:
Address:
Jonni Belden Administrator
900 W. 8th Street
Gillette, WY 82716
Telephone: 682-4709
Fax:
686-2749
Web site:
www.ccmh.net
Services Provided:
Provides Medicare and Medicaid certified long-term nursing care with twenty-four hour
supervision and assistance. Convalescent care and an Alzheimer's safety unit are also
available. Rehabilitation services include occupational, physical, and speech therapy. The
Home Health Agency provides supportive nursing for people still able to live at home.
Powder River Shriners’ Club
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Meetings:
Mark Collins
P.O. Box 2456
Gillette, WY 82717
299-2466
6:30 p.m. the 4th Thursday of each month
Services Provided:
Shriners operate orthopedic hospitals and burn centers at various locations throughout the
United States. Services are free.
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P.U.P.
Parents Uplifting Parents
Contact:
Address:
Dani Straetker
P.O. Box 1762
Gillette, WY 82717
660-9901
[email protected]
Facebook -Parents Uplifting ParentsP.U.P./ facebook.com/groups/pupfive
Telephone:
E-mail:
Website:
Services Provided:
P.U.P. is family of parents and caregivers, who are helping each other navigate down the
right path when it comes to caring for special needs children.
RENEW (Rehabilitation Enterprises of Northeast Wyoming)
Contact:
Address:
Lori Wilkerson, RENEW Service Manager
623 Commercial Drive
Gillette, WY 82716
Telephone: 686-2125
Fax:
686-8167
E-mail:
[email protected]
Hours:
8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday-Friday
Services Provided:
RENEW’s Mission Statement is: Empower Persons with disABILITIES and their Families to
Live, Love, Learn, Work and Play. RENEW provides Residential Habilitation, Day
Habilitation, and Employment Services to individuals with intellectual and physical
disabilities and individuals with Acquired Brain Injury. RENEW also provides public
transportation with buses equipped with wheelchair lifts. RENEW has 2 supervised residence
within the Gillette community that provide 24 hour supervision and assistance. RENEW also
has apartments for individuals that are more independent but still need some support.
Employment services strive to get individuals employed in the community in jobs that are
meaningful to the individual. RENEW’s day services focuses on daily living skills, arts &
crafts, curriculum and community integration. RENEW’s Vision Statement is: To be the
Summit of Excellence for People with disABILITIES, while creating a Great Work
Experience for those who serve them.
Rotary Club - Evening
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Meeting:
Dan Clouston President
P.O. Box 1354
Gillette, WY 82717
680-6636
6 p.m. Tuesday at Tower West
Services Provided:
Our service work varies each year with the changing needs of the community. Along with
our other service work, we provide scholarships for local graduating high school students.
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Salvation Army Gillette Service Extension Unit
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Hours:
Glenda Harvey, Director
Dwight Bremer, Chairman
First Interstate Bank Bldg., 222 S. Gillette Ave., Suite 608
P. O. Box 161
Gillette, WY 82717
682-6982 (office phone & emergency answering service)
682-4670
[email protected]
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. M-F
Services Provided:
Emergency assistance is provided to those not qualified for help from other agencies or for
those who have experienced a loss due to disaster such as fire, tornado or blizzard.
We can help pay:
 Rent, mobile home lot rent, mortgage payments when eviction is imminent
 Food (primarily groceries in the middle of the night when food banks are closed)
 Utility bills when shut-off is imminent
 Utility or rent deposits to help a homeless client into a permanent home
 Work Necessities: Work Boots, MSHA Class, Uniforms, Etc.
 Gasoline to get back and forth to work or medical appointments
 Car repairs or gasoline to help stranded travelers on their way
 Emergency prescriptions when all other resources are exhausted
 Bus tickets for stranded travelers
 Any other emergency needs
We are also a referral agency, letting people know of other resources in Campbell County.
Since we are a safety net for those who can’t get help from anywhere else, we focus
primarily on need.
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Second Chance Ministries
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
E-mail:
Hours:
Web:
Tammy Akovenko, Director
201 W Lakeway Rd. Suite 500-B
Gillette, WY 82717
682-3148
[email protected]
Mon. – Thur. 10:00 am – 4:00 pm by appointment only
secondchancegillette.org
Services Provided:
A community ministry reaching out with a helping hand to those coming out of incarceration
in some of the following ways:
Assistance in finding and locating housing
Hygiene Packs
Assistance in obtaining an ID or Driver’s License
Work clothing
Networking with the Community to find help with other needs
ServeWyoming
Contact:
Address:
Jessica Stanbury Program Director
PO Box 1271
Casper WY 82602
Telephone: 307-234-3428/866-737-8304
E-mail:
[email protected]
Service Provided: Volunteer Wyoming, a project of ServeWyoming is a resource designed
to assist citizens in finding volunteer opportunities within their communities. Volunteer
Wyoming, using a new and more user friendly platform, aids nonprofit, public, and private
agencies, corporations and businesses in matching opportunities with skilled volunteers. In
addition, Volunteer Wyoming offers short courses tailored to your individual volunteer needs
such as volunteer management, recruitment and recognition.
Sharon’s Home Health Care
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
E-mail:
Joey Kanode
116 N Littlehorn
P.O. Box 189
Moorcroft WY 82721
1-800-457-6834
joey[email protected]
Services Provided:
Sharon’s Home Health Care provides home care by Registered Nurses, Physical
Therapists, Certified Nurse Assistants, Social Workers and Companion Care. Staff on call
24/7
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Shelter Availability
CENTRAL WYOMING RESCUE MISSION (Men’s)
230 North Park
Casper, Wyoming 82602
307-265-2251
CENTRAL WYOMING RESCUE MISSION (Women and Children’s)
132 N Kimble Street
Casper WY 82602
307-233-6925
GARF
910 East 3rd Street. The Courtyard, Suite 1 (Office Location)
Gillette, WY 82716
307-686-8071
MONTANA RESCUE MISSION Women’s and Family Shelter
2520 1st Ave North
Billings, Montana 59101
406-259-3105
MONTANA RESCUE MISSION Men’s and Family Shelter
2822 Minnesota Avenue
Billings, Montana 59101
406-259-6079
SAFE HARBOR (SALVATION ARMY)
2136 Champa Street
Denver CO 80205
303-296-2456
WAY STATION
114 4-J Road
Gillette, Wyoming 82716
307 686-0191
Open for check in daily at 5:30 p.m., Check out is at 7:30 a.m. except in inclement weather.
Rooms are available for men, women and families with children. No Drugs/Alcohol or be
under the influence of said substances upon check-in. Breathalyzer required upon check in.
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Social Security Administration
Telephone:
Address:
Hours:
1-866-530-7798
909 Longdrive Suite A
Sheridan, WY 82801
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 9a.m.-3:00pm
Wednesday 9am- Noon except Federal Holidays
Soup Kitchen-Gillette
Contact:
Address:
Pete Scherr, Coordinator
121 4-J Road (Rockpile Community Center)
Gillette, WY 82716
Telephone: 686-9396
Hours:
A meal is served each day Noon-12:45p.m.
Services Provided:
A nutritious meal is provided at noon every day of the year except July 4th, when the City of
Gillette provides a free hot dog feed. Anyone can eat free of charge. Forty to eighty meals are
served each day. Ninety-five percent of the food is donated, including some government
commodities. Volunteers prepare and serve the meals.
Transportation Services
A To B Cab……………………………………….696-3750
Campbell Co. Airport …………………………..686-1042
City Cab & Couriers …………………………....685-1000
Understanding Substance Abuse (USA Program)
Contact:
Campbell County Mental Health Services
PO Box 3011
Gillette, WY 82717
Telephone: 688-5000
E-mail:
[email protected]
Services Provided:
An 8-hour intervention to serve clients identified as needing education for a substance abuse
issue.
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United Way of Campbell County
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Hours:
E-mail:
Roxann Backer Director
222 S. Gillette Avenue, Suite 710
P. O. Box 2905
Gillette, WY 82717-2905
686-0902
Mon.-Fri. 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
[email protected]
Services Provided:
The purpose of United Way of Campbell County is to provide an efficient and effective way
for citizens to voluntarily care for one another through planning, fundraising, allocations and
community involvement. No services are provided to individuals.
University of Wyoming- Wyoming Institute for Disabilities/ ucedd
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Website:
Sandy Root-Elledge, Coordinator Community Education
Dept. 4298
1000 E University Ave
Laramie, WY 82701
307-766-2761 or 1-888-989-9463 or TTY 1-800-908-7011
(307) 766-2763
[email protected]
www.wind.uwyo.edu
Visually Impaired Program
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
Toll Free:
Tina Bennett, Visually Impaired Specialist
P.O. Box 2782
Gillette WY 82717
686-8251
686-8251
1-877-245-5278
Services Provided:
The Visually Impaired Program serves seniors, 55 years and older, who are blind or severely
visually impaired. Services provided include: low vision information, environmental
assessments, activities of daily living, low vision adaptive equipment, low vision training,
vision rehabilitation, evaluation for optical aids, equipment trials, and referrals to resources
and other agencies.
** A program of Wyoming Independent Living**
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VITA -- Volunteer Income Tax Assistance --FREE
Contact:
Available February 1-April 15
Walk-ins at Campbell County Public Library 5-8 pm
Campbell County Senior Center 9am-1pm by appointment 686-0804
Email:
[email protected]
Web:
www.wyomingfreetaxservice.org
Services Provided:
Generally, people who make less than $50,000 a year are eligible to get help from the IRS
certified preparers free.
You will need
 Proof of ID
 Social Security Cards
 Birth Dates
 W-2, W-2G,1099-R forms from all employers
 Interest & dividend statements from bank
 Copy of last year’s return if available
 Bank account and routing number for direct deposit
 Total Paid to daycare and their tax ID
The service will give refunds in 10-14 days and can help with earned income tax credit, free
e-file, child tax credit, child care credit and education credits. The volunteers are unable to
help with day trader income, rental income, or farm income.
Vocational Rehabilitation
Contact:
Address:
Kris Bachert, Area Manager
551 Running W Drive Suite 100
Gillette, WY 82718
Telephone: 261-2171 Main Office Casper
682-2672 Gillette Office
Fax:
687-2937
Hours:
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mon-Fri.
Services Provided:
This is a state program designed to help the disabled achieve and retain employment. Those
seeking acceptance into the program must want to work and must be disabled. The disability
can include physical limitation, mental illness, mental retardation, drug or alcohol
impairment, learning disability, etc. The disability must be such that it prevents the client
from doing a job previously held or from obtaining first time employment. Guidance and
counseling are provided along with other services designed to meet the needs of each
individual. Eligibility is not based on income; however, there are income guidelines.
Although there is no charge for participation in the program, clients over the income
guidelines may be expected to help pay for some services or equipment. The only age
requirement is that the person be old enough to work. There is no length of residency
requirement. Citizenship is not required, but aliens must be legal.
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Weather and Road Information
Contact:
Telephone:
Wyoming Highway Department
Toll free inside Wyoming Dial 1 & Then 888-WYO-ROAD
(1-888- 996-7623)
WIC (Women, Infants and Children)
Contact:
Address:
Connie Moore
2301 S 4-J Rd
P.O. Box 3420
Gillette, WY 82718
Telephone: 686-8560
Fax:
682-2114
Hours:
8:00 – Noon/1:00 -5:00 Monday – Friday
Eligibility:
You are eligible if you meet the income guidelines and are pregnant or have
children birth to 5 years old.
Automatic eligibility with participation in Title 19 or Food Stamps
Services Provided:
The Wyoming Women, Infants and Children Program provides food and nutrition
information to help keep pregnant women, infants and children under five healthy and strong.
The WIC staff is a caring team of experts who provide:
 Counseling on how to use WIC foods to improve health.
 Cards to buy foods that help keep you healthy and strong.
 Immunization screening and referrals.
 Discussions on food shopping and recipes.
 Information on good eating during pregnancy, breastfeeding, and how to feed and
take care of your child.
Women’s Resource Center of Northeast Wyoming
Contact:
Diane Zimdars, Director
Lyle Austin, Chairman
Address:
706 W 8th Street
P.O. Box 2289
Gillette, WY 82717-2289
Telephone: 685-2211
Website:
www.CenterMinistries.com
Hours:
11:00 – 4:00 pm Tues/Wed/Thurs
Services Provided:
Free pregnancy testing and parenting classes. Caring PEER counseling and accurate
information given all pregnancy options.
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Wright Branch Library (Division of CC Public Library)
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Hours:
Terri Lesley, Director
305 Wright Blvd
Wright, WY 82732
307-464-0500
307-464-0502
[email protected]
M/T/TH 10:00 – 8:00 PM
W/F 10:00-5:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 – 2:00PM
Closed All Sundays
Wright Community Assistance
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Hours:
Vicky Schlidt, Director
265 Rochelle Drive
P.O. Box 476
Wright, WY 82732
464-1544
464-1544
[email protected]
8:00 am to 3:30 pm Tuesday to Friday
Services Provided:
Offers services to residents of southern Campbell County. Programs include:
Christmas baskets
Community Closet Food pantry Emergency assistance
Rent and utility assistance
Office space for agencies to share their programs, and
Referrals to other social services agencies.
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Wyoming 2-1-1
Address:
Telephone
Fax:
E-mail:
Website:
1401 Airport Parkway Suite 220
Cheyenne WY 82001
307-433-3075-- Administrative Line
307-635-3225
[email protected]
www.wyoming211.org
To reach an Information and Referral Specialist, Dial 2-1-1 or for cell phone/PBX users Dial
888-425-7138. 2-1-1 is an easy to remember number that connects people, free of charge, to
a full range of non-emergency community, social, health, disaster and government in
Wyoming.
LIKE us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for important announcements relating to services provided to the public 2-1-1 is a non-emergency number. Always dial 9-1-1 for life threatening emergencies.
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Wyoming Behavioral Institute
Address:
Telephone:
Wyoming Behavioral Institute
2521 E. 15th Street
Casper, WY 82609
307-237-7444 or
800-457-9312
Services Provided: Full and part-time child therapist and child psychiatrist and full time
adult therapist
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Wyoming Children’s Society
314 East 21st Street
Cheyenne, WY 82001
Telephone: (800) 584-9384
Hours:
8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday and
by appointment outside these hours.
E-mail:
[email protected]
Services Provided:
Address:
Provides confidential pregnancy counseling for unplanned pregnancy. Open, semi-open, and
closed adoption services, including infant, international and special needs adoption available.
Wyoming Department of Health
Telephone:
1-855-294-2127
The below services are now provided by the Wyoming Department of Health and not
The Department of Family Services in Gillette.
Title 19 Medical Care: Recipient may or may not be receiving other assistance. Those
eligible for Title 19
are rest home patients, pregnant women, SSI recipients, and children aged 18 and under. Re-certification is
necessary every 12 months except in the case of pregnant women whose benefits extend until 2 months after the
birth for the mother, and until the age of one year for the baby. People who go off AFDC because of increased
income can still receive Title 19 assistance for a year of transition. Medicaid is now only for the blind, disabled
or long-term care clients. Medical assistance for children from 0-6 and then 6 through 18 can be covered by Kid
Care A/B. KidCare A/B and Family Care are for low-income families
Caring Program for Children: This program, through Blue Cross/Blue Shield, provides insurance coverage
for immunizations and emergencies for children not eligible for Title 19.
Wyoming Kid Care Provides complete health insurance at free or low cost to hard-working families with
children birth to 18.
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Wyoming Family Literacy (formally Even Start)
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Hours:
Dottie Rankin, Coordinator
800 Butler Spaeth Rd.
PO Box 3033
Gillette, Wyoming 82717-3033
682-1314
682-7276
[email protected]
9:00am-4:00pm Mon-Fri.
Services Provided:
Wyoming Family Literacy is a family literacy program.
 To be eligible, one of the parents must be without a high school diploma or need help
in basic education, including writing, mathematics, reading, or the English language
and have a child under eight.
 Parents are given the opportunity to complete their GED or improve basic skills.
While parents are attending classes, their children receive quality child care and early
childhood educational experiences which focus on the promotion of intellectual,
social, physical, and language development.
 Parenting, career planning, and activities including both parent and child together are
also involved.
 Transportation is available.
 Services are free.
Wyoming Housing Network, Inc.
2345 E 2nd Street
Casper Wy, 82609
Telephone: 307-472-5843
Toll Free:
1-877-549-1402
Fax:
307-472-0893
Email:
[email protected]
Services Provided:
We offer the following services:
 Homebuyers education for 1st time Homeowners
 Credit Counseling
 Affordable rental apartments
Address:
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Wyoming Independent Living Rehabilitation
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Toll Free:
Fax:
Tina Bennett, Visually Impaired Specialist
P.O. Box 2782
Gillette WY 82717
686-8251
1-877-245-5278
686-8251
Services Provided:
WILR educates and empowers Wyoming Citizens with disabilities by providing the tools to
live with independence and dignity. Areas services are provided for are as follows:
Independent Living Services, Visually Impaired Program, Transportation Check Program,
Project OUT, Consumer Directed Care, AgrAbility, WYTAP Low Interest Loan, and
ADA Consultant
Wyoming Independent Living Rehabilitation:
(Transportation Mobility)
Contact:
Address:
Cindy Livingston
1369 Holloway Ave
Sheridan WY 82801
Telephone: 307-673-0078 or 1-877-250-4637
E-mail:
[email protected]
Services Provided:
The Transportation Check Program provides funding to access public transportation in your
community or assists in reimbursing drivers such as friends, family, and neighbors. Mobility
Managers help connect, coordinate, and improve transportation services throughout
Wyoming..
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Wyoming Legal Services
Address:
Telephone:
Website:
N/A
N/A
www.wyominglawhelp.org
Services Provided
WyomingLawHelp is a free on-line legal information and help resource center. It provides
free legal information in the areas of:
1. Criminal Law
2. Elder Law
3. Employment Law
4. Family Law
5. Government Benefits
6. Health
7. Helping Yourself
8. Housing
9. Making Ends Meet
10. Native American Issues
11. Taxes
On Wyoming Law Help you can find free referral information for Wyoming legal services
organizations and other community services. To find community service referral information
simply research your legal problem and click the Other Help/Community Resources tab
located above each legal information article.
Wyoming Parent Information Center (PIC)
Address:
500 W Lott St. Suite A
Buffalo, WY 82834
Terri Dawson
307-684-2277
[email protected]
Janet Kinstetter
307-756-9605
[email protected]
www.wpic.org
Contact:
Telephone:
E-mail:
Area Contact:
Telephone:
E-mail:
Website:
Services Provided:
Our Mission is to help families become active in their children’s learning and education, and
to serve and support families of children with and without disabilities through advocacy,
education, and referral.
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Wyoming Veterans Commission
Contact:
Address:
Brian Yeager State Veterans Service Officer
Wyoming Veterans Commission
551 Running W Drive, Suite 100
Gillette WY 82718
Telephone: 307-687-5396
Fax:
307-687-5397
E-mail:
[email protected]
Services Provided:
Inform Veterans and family members about state and federal benefits. They assist with
forms, claims, and coordination. Outreach is conducted throughout the state.
Youth Emergency Services, Inc. (Y. E. S. House)
Contact:
Address:
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Sheri England, Director
905 North Gurley Ave
Gillette, WY 82716
686-0669 Administration/Therapeutic offices services
Ext. 1000 Administration
ext 1100 ACE/PACE
ext. 1300 Day Treatment/Intensive Out-Patient Treatment
ext. 1400 School
ext. 1520 Independent Living/Transitional Living and Foster Care
ext. 1700 H.O.P.E. Nurturing Family Program
ext. 1700 Mentorship
ext. 2100 Crisis Shelter
ext. 3100 Boys Residential Substance Abuse/Mental Health
Treatment
ext. 4100 Group Home
686-7434 Girls Residential Substance Abuse/Mental Health Treatment,
686-2121
[email protected]
http://www.youthemergencyservices.org
Services Provided:
The Y.E.S. House is a private, non-profit agency committed to providing services to children
ages 5-18 and to young adults up to 21 in a safe, caring and stable environment. Our
programs offer support and stabilization for at-risk youth and their families. The ultimate
goal of our services is ensuring safety and keeping families together. Parents can call at
anytime for help and support with questions or concerns regarding their child or any child.
Sliding scale fee for all programs
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Treatment Services:
1.
Residential Substance Abuse & Mental Health Programs: Clients are placed for
treatment for 7 to 9 months on average. The program includes individual, family and group
therapy. Mentoring, and H.O.P.E. Nurturing Family classes, artistic and cultural enrichment
opportunities, recreational activities, community service projects are part of the treatment
program as well. From 8:00am-3:00pm children utilize the Y.E.S. House educational
services. Currently the Y.E.S. House is certified to provide all levels of adolescent substance
abuse treatment services from ASAM Level 0.5 to III.5D. We are C.A.R.F. (Council on
Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accredited and meet the highest standards for
treatment services nationally and internationally.
2.
Day Treatment/Intensive Out-Patient Program serves children 8-18 who have
been or would be expelled or suspended from public school, who are transitioning from outof-home placement or detention back into the community, and those that are at risk of out-ofhome placement and are in need of treatment. It is the goal of the program to provide
children with educational and treatment services while keeping them in their homes. From
8:00 am to 7:00 pm students attend school, receive individual and group counseling, learn
independent living skills, work with the professionals to treat their substance abuse and/or
mental health problems, do school related homework and attend life skills sessions.
Individual, group and family counseling are also included in the program. The average length
of stay is 3-4 months.
3.
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
Prevention and Education Services:
A.C.E. /P.A.C.E.: ACE (Adolescents in a Caring Environment - ages 12-16) and
PACE (Pre-Adolescents in a Caring Environment - ages 5-11) are after school and
summer prevention programs for children experiencing academic and behavioral
difficulties. Youth who are academically successful are also successful in other
realms of life. Services include tutoring, life skills, artistic and recreational
opportunities, serve and learn projects, parent education and character building.
H.O.P.E. (Helping Our Parents Excel) Family classes are based on the Nurturing
Model. By helping parents to become nurturing and effective the program makes a
positive difference in the child’s life and helps our children to have stable loving
homes. The H.O.P.E. classes are offered three times a year and each session runs for
2 ½ hours for 12 consecutive weeks.
Impact Mentoring: connects children with adult, student and senior mentors.
Mentors are asked to commit at least one hour per week for one year to the child.
Education Y.E.S. House School Education services are provided for placement and
public student grades 7-12. The academic year is based upon a four quarter system
which offers the opportunity to earn Credits at an accelerated rate. Applications can
be obtained at the Tammy Hladky Center of Hope 307-686-0669 ext. 1400.
4.
Independent Living Program assists youth ages 16 to 21 to prepare for successful,
independent living and a healthy life-style. The program’s staff helps these youth receive the
education, training and support necessary to obtain employment, and to prepare them to enter
post-secondary training. The program offers financial, personal and emotional support, and
assists them with housing and counseling.
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5.
Intervention Services:

Crisis Shelter: emergency shelter for child protection, those awaiting court or
placement, status offenders; homeless/runaway youth and family conflict. The crisis
shelter intervention services are provided to youth and their families. The purpose of
crisis services is to reduce family conflict, abuse and to prevent long-term out-ofhome placement.

Group Home: Clients are placed who are awaiting placement in a more secure
setting, awaiting court, transitioning from other programs, respite care, youth
who do not need residential treatment, but need twenty-four hour care, or a
permanent placement for youth who are not succeeding in foster homes.
Individual, family and group counseling are provided as needed.
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Alphabetical Index
Abate of Northeast WY ........................................................................................................... 3
Adult Probation & Parole - Wyoming Department of Corrections ......................................... 3
Adult Protective Services ……………………………………………………………………..3
Al-Anon ................................................................................................................................... 4
Alcoholics Anonymous ............................................................................................................ 4
American Cancer Society Cancer Information Center ............................................................ 5
American Legion ..................................................................................................................... 5
American Red Cross of Wyoming – Northeast WY Branch ................................................... 6
Animal Shelters – City/County ................................................................................................ 6
Apartment Rental Information ................................................................................................. 7
ASAP (Adolescent Substance Abuse Program) .................................................................... 14
AVA Community Art Center………………………………………………………………...14
Behavioral Services (CCMH) Community Counseling Service
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES .............................................................................. 15
Bikers Against Child Abuse Campbell County Chapter (BACA) ...........................................15
Blessings in a Backpack...........................................................................................................16
Boy Scouts of Campbell County ............................................................................................ 16
Boys and Girls Club of Campbell County ............................................................................. 17
Campbell County Adult Drug Court ...................................................................................... 17
Campbell County Commissioners ......................................................................................... 18
Campbell County Emergency Management Agency ............................................................. 19
Campbell County Extension Service University of Wyoming .............................................. 20
Campbell County Fire Department ........................................................................................ 20
Campbell County HIV Prevention ......................................................................................... 21
Campbell County Memorial Hospital .................................................................................... 22
Campbell County Parks & Recreation Department ............................................................... 23
Campbell County Public Health ............................................................................................ 24
Campbell County Public Library ........................................................................................... 25
Campbell County School District .......................................................................................... 25
Campbell County Senior Citizen’s Center ............................................................................. 26
Campbell County Sheriff's Department ................................................................................. 26
Caring for Women Program ................................................................................................... 27
Catholic Charities of Wyoming ............................................................................................. 27
Chamber of Commerce .......................................................................................................... 27
Child Support Authority ........................................................................................................ 28
Children's Developmental Services of Campbell County ...................................................... 28
Christian Ministries ................................................................................................................ 29
City of Gillette Council .......................................................................................................... 30
CLIMB Wyoming ....................................................................................................................31
Council of Community Service ...............................................................................................32
Council of Community Service (Seconds On Third)………………………………………...33
Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) For the 6th Judicial District of Wyoming ....... 33
Department of Family Services ............................................................................................. 34
Give a Day Eye Program (DFS) ..............................................................................................35
Department of Veteran Affairs ...............................................................................................36
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Dental Health Program for Seniors ..........................................................................................36
Donated Dental Services Program ......................................................................................... 36
Eagles Auxiliary ..................................................................................................................... 37
Employment Agencies – Temporary ..................................................................................... 37
Energy Share of Wyoming ..................................................................................................... 38
Experience Works-Senior Workforce Center…..……………………………………………38
Gillette Abuse Refuge Foundation (GARF) .......................................................................... 39
Gillette Crime Stoppers .......................................................................................................... 40
Gillette Challenger League ......................................................................................................40
Gillette Energy Rotary Club – Noon ..................................................................................... 40
Gillette Kiwanis Evening Club .............................................................................................. 41
Gillette Police Department ..................................................................................................... 41
Gillette Reproductive Health
(formerly Health Services of Campbell County) .....................................................................42
Gillette Workforce Center...………………………………………………………………….42
Girl Scout’s of Montana & Wyoming ................................................................................... 43
Habitat for Humanity (Energy Capitol) ................................................................................. 43
Head Start - Home Start ......................................................................................................... 43
Hear Now ............................................................................................................................... 44
Helping Hands Helping Families .............................................................................................44
HOM (Housing Operation & Management) Section 8 housing (HUD) ................................ 44
Hospice of Campbell County Memorial Hospital ................................................................. 45
iCanConnect.............................................................................................................................45
Intensive Outpatient Program ................................................................................................ 46
LIEAP (Low Income Energy Assistance Program) ............................................................... 46
Life RU Ready? .......................................................................................................................47
Lions Club ............................................................................................................................... 47
Low Income Housing ............................................................................................................. 48
Low Income Medical Insurance for Children
(Kid Care CHIP) ......................................................................................................................48
MADD (Mothers against Drunk Driving) ..............................................................................48
The Medicine Program .......................................................................................................... 48
Narcotics Anonymous ............................................................................................................ 49
Northeast Wyoming BOCES ................................................................................................. 49
Northeast Wyoming Amateur Radio Association....................................................................50
Open Door Church ...................................................................................................................50
Personal Frontiers .................................................................................................................. 51
Pharmacies ...............................................................................................................................51
Pilots for Christ ........................................................................................................................52
Pioneer Manor Nursing Home ................................................................................................52
Powder River Shrine Club ..................................................................................................... 52
P.U.P. Parents Uplifting Parents .............................................................................................53
RENEW (Rehabilitation Enterprises of Northeast Wyoming) .............................................. 53
Rotary Club – Evening ........................................................................................................... 53
Salvation Army Gillette Service Extension Unit ................................................................... 54
Second Chance Ministries …………………………………………………………………...55
ServeWyoming ........................................................................................................................55
Sharon’s Home Health Care ……………………………………………………………….. 55
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Shelter Availability ................................................................................................................ 56
Social Security Administration .............................................................................................. 57
Soup Kitchen .......................................................................................................................... 57
Transportation Services ......................................................................................................... 57
Understanding Substance Abuse (USA Program) ................................................................. 57
United Way ............................................................................................................................ 58
University of Wyoming
(Wyoming Institute for Disabilities) ........................................................................................58
Visually Impaired Program .................................................................................................... 58
VITA Volunteer Income Tax Assistance—FREE ..................................................................59
Vocational Rehabilitation ...................................................................................................... 59
Weather and Road Information .............................................................................................. 60
WIC (Women, Infants and Children) ..................................................................................... 60
Women’s Resource Center ………………………………………………………………….60
Wright Branch Library …………………………………………………………………….. 61
Wright Community Assistance .............................................................................................. 61
Wyoming 2-1-1 ........................................................................................................................62
Wyoming Behavioral Institute ............................................................................................... 62
Wyoming Children’s Society ................................................................................................. 63
Wyoming Department of Health ..............................................................................................63
Wyoming Family Literacy (formerly Even Start) ...................................................................64
Wyoming Housing Network, Inc. ............................................................................................64
Wyoming Independent Living Rehabilitation, ........................................................................65
Wyoming Independent Living Rehabilitation
(Transportation Mobility) ........................................................................................................65
Wyoming Legal Services ....................................................................................................... 66
Wyoming Parent Information Center (PIC) ........................................................................... 66
Wyoming Veterans Commission .............................................................................................67
Youth Emergency Services (YES) House ............................................................................. 67
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