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Community Partners

Seton House partners with many other local community organizations. Our Resource page contains the links, phone numbers and a brief description to many organizations where assistance can be found. Please call Seton House at 307-577-8026 if you have questions about additional resources in Natrona County. Staff are generally knowledgeable about a wide variety of supports than may be available.


Interfaith of Natrona County provides connections to community resources and supplemental assistance to qualifying Natrona County residents, which empowers and encourages self-sufficiency. They provide emergency assistance to persons and families living at or below the poverty level.

Phone: 307-235-8043

Community Action Partnership

The Community Action Partnership offers vital assistance in the form of rent, deposits, and utilities support, ensuring individuals and families facing financial challenges can maintain stable housing. Through specialized initiatives like the Housing First Program, SOAR Program, EOS Program, TANF Program, and RSVP Program, the organization addresses diverse needs, striving to create lasting positive impacts in the community.

Phone: 307-232-0124

Self-Help Center

The Self-Help Center (SHC) provides 24-hour crisis intervention, emergency safe house, and comprehensive supportive services to domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, stalking, elder abuse victims, and substance use treatment to reduce future cycles of violence.

Phone: 307-235-2814

Food Banks

The Food Bank of Wyoming distributes more than a million meals every week on average. They distribute more than a million meals every week on average. But for those in need, they provide more than just food. They give hope. They open a future. But for those in need, they provide more than just food; they give hope, and they open a future.

Phone: 307-265-2172

St. Mark’s for Diapers and Laundry

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Casper is helping their neighbors in a big way. Part of their vision statement is to demonstrate God’s commandment of loving their neighbor through outreach of time, talent, and treasure. The cost of just one disposable diaper can average $0.25 each. Many low-income families cannot afford that cost. St. Mark’s Hearts to Hands Ministry targets the diaper need in Natrona County.

Phone: 307-315-2332

Wyoming Workforce

The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services provides comprehensive employment and training services to clients, assisting them in finding meaningful employment opportunities and supporting workforce development initiatives within the state. The agency focuses on connecting individuals with job resources, fostering skill development, and promoting economic stability for both employers and employees in Wyoming.

Phone: 307-234-4591

Parents as Teachers

Our mission is to promote the optimal early development, learning and health of children by supporting and engaging their parents and caregivers. Parents as Teachers is an evidence-based, home visiting program and will always be free and voluntary. Our Parent Support Specialists are committed to providing guidance and information to support your child’s development and YOUR parenting style.

Phone: 307-462-6028

Casper Housing Authority

The Casper Housing Authority provides quality affordable housing that is well integrated into the fabric of neighborhoods and serves as a foundation to improve lives and advance resident independence. They address the shortage of safe, sanitary, and affordable housing for persons of low income.

Phone: 307-266-1388

Child Development Center (CDC)

The CDC is a place for ALL of Wyoming’s kiddos to grow, dream, and thrive. These services include speech, occupational, and physical therapies including feeding, sensory integration techniques, and reading coaching. Along with our therapists, our in-house pediatric audiologist completes diagnostic hearing evaluations and provides fitting and management of hearing aids. CDC also has a Registered Dietitian who provides nutrition counseling and overall nutrition education.

Phone: 307-235-5097

Central Wyoming Counseling Center (CWCC)

The CWCC is committed to helping adults, children, adolescents, and families achieve behavioral health solutions. The staff at CWCC are trained, qualified, and licensed professionals who are here to help you and your loved ones with comprehensive behavioral healthcare. Studies have shown that the majority of people who receive mental health treatment experience symptom relief and a better quality of life.

Phone: 307-237-9583

Salvation Army

The Casper Corps of the Salvation Army offers a lifeline for individuals and families in need within the community. Those seeking assistance can access vital resources including food assistance, emergency shelter, and supportive services through the Salvation Army’s programs, providing a compassionate and helping hand during times of hardship.

Phone: 307-234-2002


Everyone knows the Y as a place for childcare, swimming, or exercise, but they’re so much more. As a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, they’re working side-by-side with our neighbors to address critical community needs that help kids develop into smart, resilient adults, for people to improve their health and build a sense of community, and for our most vulnerable young people to get the care and support they need.

Phone: 307-234-9187

Wyoming Rescue Mission

Since 1978, Wyoming Rescue Mission has welcomed anyone from our community in need of refuge, recovery, and rehabilitation.Their “restorative hospitality” efforts offer a nurturing, healing space where those experiencing homelessness, hunger, addiction or poverty are empowered to transform their lives through the love of Christ.

Phone: 307-265-2251

Dress For Success

Dress for Success Casper empowers women in need through support, professional attire, and essential tools for success. Its mission is to foster economic independence, helping women thrive in work and life. Dress for Success aims to create positive change, promote financial stability, and encourage self-sustainability in the Casper community.


Iris Clubhouse

The Iris Clubhouse supports adults with diagnosable mental illnesses on their journey towards personal growth and empowerment. Focused on fostering friendship, employment, housing, and education in a nurturing environment, the clubhouse helps members rebuild their lives, promoting recovery and enabling them to contribute as valued and respected individuals in society while reducing the reliance on hospitalizations and additional social services.

Phone: 307-333-2507

Mercer House

Since 1971, Mercer Family Resource Center has been a vital force in Natrona County, offering education, counseling, and prevention services. Their impactful programs, including family education, alcohol abuse intervention, and community connection initiatives, reach nearly 3,000 individuals annually, fostering stronger and healthier communities.

Phone: 307-265-7366

The Boys and Girls Club

During its 50 years of operation, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming has made an impact on the lives of over 41,000 youth. The Club continues its dedication to serving the youth of Central Wyoming, through afterschool programs, summer camps, teen clubs, sports leagues, bussing, and food and snacks.

Phone: 307-234-2456

Never Forgotten 77

Their mission is to spread hope to those affected by suicide through prevention, postvention, community building and awareness. If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, please call the hot line number at 988.

Phone: 307-337-7763