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Family to Family Health Information Center|Wyoming Institute for Disabilities

Contact Us

Wyoming Family to Family Health Information Center
1000 E. University Ave. Dept. 4298
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307) 766-2561
Toll Free: 1-888-989-9463
TTY: (307) 766-2720
Fax: (307) 766-2763
Email: sdirienz@uwyo.edu
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Additional Resources

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Assistive technology, medical devices, equipment

Assistive Technology Pointers for Parents (book)

Wyoming Assistive Technology Resources (WATR)

Wyoming Assistive Technology Access Program

Wyoming AT4ALL

Wyoming Augmentative Alternative Communication listserv


Diagnosis specific information

ADD

Attention Deficit Disorder Resources

Addiction

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury

Cancer

Cure Search for Children’s Cancer    

Down Syndrome

National Association for Down Syndrome

Epilepsy

Epilepsy Foundation

Mental Health                         

Mental Health America

National Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health

National Institute of Mental Health

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

International OCD Foundation

Special Health Care Needs

Bright Futures from the American Academy of Pediatrics

Federation for Children with Special Needs

IMPACT on Health and wellness

The Center for Children with Special Health Care Needs

Wyoming Department of Health Children's Special Health Program


Education: Childcare, schools, and community

Natrona County Schools Parent Resource Center


Financial assistance

Travel

Southwest Airlines provides tickets to hospitals around the country to distribute to families in need.  Transportation may be for the patient or their caregiver or both.  To find out if the hospital you need participates, visit Southwest and search by state and then by participating hospitals.


Health management

Care Notebook App


 

Insurance and Affordable Care Act

ACA and Developmental Disabilities

Kid Care CHIP-The Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) provides free or low-cost health coverage to eligible Wyoming children and teens.

Family Voices Affordable Care Act Guide

Guide for Purchasing Health Insurance for Children with Special Health Care Needs

Healthy Tribes-Information on the ACA for American Indian and Alaskan Native healthcare

National Disability Navigator Resource Collaborative-Factsheets on the ACA and disability issues

Project Healthcare Consumer Advocates

Cheyenne Regional Institute of Population Health

Cheyenne Regional Institute of Population Health will help "Enroll Wyoming," a statewide effort to reach out to the uninsured in Wyoming. They plan on reaching out to the uninsured population through hospitals, safety-net providers, and others to inform people of their coverage options and facilitate enrollment.

Contact information
Phyllis Sherard, PhD
Population Health Executive
Phone: (307) 633-6656
E-mail: phyllis.sherard@crmcwy.org


Wyoming Senior Citizens, Inc.

Wyoming Senior Citizens, Inc. is a non-profit that is working to provide eligible citizens with information about programs that can help them enroll in health care. Counselors from the group will provide public information at libraries, senior centers, town halls, etc., and focus on eligible populations in the rural, frontier, and farming communities in Fremont, Hot Springs, Washakie, Big Horn, Carbon, Natrona, Converse, Goshen, and Laramie Counties.

Contact information
Herb Wilcox, Executive Director
106 West Adams
Riverton, WY 82501
Phone: (307) 856-6880
Fax: (307) 856-4466
Toll Free: (800) 856-4398 (Riverton)
(877) 634-1005 (Cheyenne)
(877) 634-1006 (Casper)


Medical Home

Medical Home Portal

National Center for Medical Home Implementation


News

Disability Scoop


Parents, guardians, and siblings: Support, leadership, and advocacy

Advocacy Atlas--Accessible Tools for Leadership and Advocacy Success from the Genetic Alliance

Center for Parent Information and Resources

Child Mind Institute

Epilepsy Foundation

Family Voices

Kids Health

List of Hard to Learn Acronyms for Parents

Sibling Support Project


Recreation

iCan Shine-Quality learning opportunities in recreational activities for individuals with disabilities by creating an environment where each person is empowered to maximize their individual abilities.


Transition for young adults

Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities--Being a Healthy Adult:How to Advocate for your Health and Health Care

VIDEO--Becoming an adult:Taking responsibility for your medical care


Wyoming family resources

Parent Information Center

Project Healthcare Consumer Advocates

Wyoming Governor’s Council on Developmental Disabilities  

Wyoming Association of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Centers  

Wyoming Department of Family Services

Wyoming Department of Community and Public Health

Wyoming Department of Health Children's Special Health Program

Wyoming Behavioral Health Division

Wyoming Kids First

Wyoming Institute for Disabilities

Youth Alternatives Program (Cheyenne)


 

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