Resources in Wyoming
AMVETS and Disabled American Veterans (DAV) offers information, counseling and claims service to all honorably discharged veterans and their dependents concerning disability compensation, hospitalization, rehabilitation, pension, education, employment, and other benefits.
Brain Injury Support Groups
Brain injury support groups can be a valuable source of information, emotional support, encouragement and social activities for people who have sustained a brain injury as well as family members and other caregivers.
- Brain Injury Group Casper Wyoming
- Phone Number: 307-473-1767
349 N Walsh Ave
Casper, WY 82609
- Date/Time of Meeting: 3rd Friday of every month at Noon
- Casper Epilepsy support group
- Phone Number: 307-237-5316
Wyoming Medical Center 1200 East 3rd St Bldg Auditorium A
- Date/Time of Meeting: 3rd Monday of every month at 6:00 pm
- Phone Number: 307-577-5204
Rocky Mountain Therapy 2546 E 2nd St Bldg 500
- Date/Time of Meeting: 2nd Tuesday of every month at Noon
- Cheyenne Brain Injury Support Group
- Phone Number: 307-633-7057 ask for Melissa
CRMC Home Care, 2600 E 18th St
- Date/Time of Meeting: 2nd Tuesday of every month at 5:00 pm
- Laramie WY Brain Injury support group
- Phone Number: 307-766-5714
Eppson Center for Seniors, 1560 North 3rd
- Date/Time of Meeting: 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:00 pm
- Parents Epilepsy Group Capser Wyoming
- Phone Number: 307-253-4627
Special Ed Services Center, 500 S Jefferson
- Date/Time of Meeting: 2nd Tuesday of each month at 5:30 pm
- Sweetwater County WY Brain Injury support group
- Phone Number: 307-371-3196
Rock Springs Village Inn, 2820 Dewar Dr
Rock Springs, WY 82901
- Date/Time of Meeting: 4th Tuesday of every month at 4:00 pm
Client Assistance Program
The Client Assistance Program (CAP) can provide information and support to individuals who have questions or complaints about Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) services in their state. The CAP program can explain the rights and responsibilities of people receiving services from VR, can mediate disputes between clients and VR, and can advise or assist in filing formal complaints or appeals of VR decisions.
Independent Living Center
Independent Living Centers are non-residential, private, non-profit, consumer-controlled, community-based organizations providing services and advocacy by and for persons with all types of disabilities. Each ILC offers independent living skills training, peer counseling, and information about services that can assist a person live as independently as possible in the community.
Medicaid provides basic health care for people who have a disability, limited income, or receive certain other government benefits. Medicaid offices offer information on who is eligible and how to apply for Medicaid. In some states, a Medicaid home and community-based services waiver (HCBS) exists, which helps people with brain injury who prefer to get long-term care services and supports in their home or community instead of an institutional setting like a nursing home.
Parent Training and Information Center
Parent Training and Information Centers help parents of children with disabilities, including brain injury, understand their rights and obtain appropriate services for their children within the school system. Services can include peer to peer support and assistance, advocacy for services, parent or school training, and referral to available community resources.
Protection and Advocacy
The Protection and Advocacy office works with people with disabilities, including brain injury, to ensure access to appropriate supports and services which can include educational programs, financial entitlements, healthcare, accessible housing, transportation, and employment opportunities. It also works to prevent the abuse, neglect and inappropriate placement of people with disabilities.
State Insurance Department
State Insurance Departments are state agencies that ensure insurance companies obey all state insurance laws and regulations. They can offer information about insurance laws in the state, and assist consumers in resolving complaints or concerns with insurance companies.
Victims of Crime Compensation Fund
Crime victim compensation programs across the country offer crucial financial assistance to victims of violent crimes. This government program is designed to pay for some of the costs that can result from being the victim of a violent crime. This can include payments for some medical expenses, counseling costs, lost wages or burial expenses.
Phone Number: 307-777-7200
Toll Free Number: 888-996-8816
320 West 25th St 2nd Floor
Cheyenne, WY 82001
A federal/state program designed to assist people with a disability to return to gainful employment. Individualized services can include assessment, evaluation, career counseling, counseling, job training and job support.
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