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HUD Wyoming

portal.hud.gov

Provides homeownership and foreclosure avoidance information

Wyoming Community Development Authority

www.wyomingcda.com

(307) 265-0603

Provides homeownership assistance to Wyoming families

Climb Wyoming

www.climbwyoming.org

(307) 778‑4126

Trains and places low-income single mothers in careers; research and planning, career counseling, training, job research, job placement and post placement support

The Equipoise Fund

equipoisefund.org

307.734.4202

Networking and mentoring for women

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

dfsweb.wyo.gov

877-290-9401

The cornerstone of the federal food assistance program, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides crucial support to needy households and to those moving from welfare to work. SNAP benefits are distributed electronically through the Wyoming Card. SNAP supports better nutrition for low-income households

Casper Housing Authority

www.chaoffice.org

(307) 266-1388

Provides affordable housing and assistance to Casper residents

Personal Opportunities With Employment Responsibilities (POWER)

sites.google.com

307-777-5846

A time-limited pay-after-performance program, the POWER assures families with a dependent child(ren) are working to become self-sufficient through employment, child support and other resources. The program is funded with state and federal dollars through the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) block grant.

Community Action of Laramie County

www.calc.net

307-635-9291

Community Action of Laramie County is dedicated to eliminating poverty by empowering people through education, advocacy, crisis intervention and providing opportunities toward self-sufficiency.

 Community Resource Center

crcjh.org

307-739-4500

Created in 2003 by the Presbyterian Church of Jackson Hole, Community Resource Center provides direct assistance and tailored programs to assist families and individuals become self-sufficient. In addition, CRC provides a central hub for assistance applications and the distribution of resources. CRC tracks and coordinates financial and non-financial community assistance ensuring efficient use of resources in Teton County.

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