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Healthier Wyoming

In partnership with the Wyoming Department of Health Chronic Disease Prevention Program, WyCOA's Healthier Wyoming Iniatitive works to guide public health professionals and communities in taking action, advancing health equity, and reversing the epidemic of diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.  The goal of the Healthier Wyoming website is to empower all Wyoming residents to take charge of their health by providing a comprehensive directory of chronic disease prevention and management resources throughout the state.


About Evidence-Based Programs


Evidence-based programs offer proven ways to promote health and prevent disease. These programs are research backed, and provide proven health benefits. Evidence-based programs are based on rigorous study and consistently show positive health changes.


Why You Should Use Evidence-Based Programs

Because evidence-based programs are based on rigorous research, you can trust that they will work! Evidence-based programs educate and empower participants. You will learn important health information, including strategies for managing chronic conditions, and be empowered to take control of your health to live your best, healthiest, and most fulfilling life!

Wyoming Library Blood Pressure Cuff Checkout Program


Self-measured blood pressure monitoring (SMBP) kits are now available for checkout through the Wyoming County Library System. The kits are available in both English and Spanish and include the following: a clinically validated, automated, home blood pressure cuff, blood pressure logbooks, educational materials from the American Heart Association including “How to Measure Your Blood Pressure at Home” infographics, information on what blood pressure is, and ideas for healthy lifestyle changes.

Learn more about this program, and find locations in your area!


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Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) *GREEN PINS


Diabetes Self-Management Education (DSMES) *PURPLE PINS












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Contact Us Today!

Healthier Wyoming at the Wyoming Center on Aging

Dept. 3415, 1000 E. University Ave. Laramie, WY 82071

307-766-2829 | 307-766-2847 (fax)

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