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News & Updates

Some Locations Resume In-Person Healthy U Workshops

June 24, 2020
As some Healthy U locations across the state re-open following COVID-19-related closures, some in-person workshops are again being scheduled. Strict safety precuations will be observed in all in-person workshops. To learn more about the status of your local Healthy U program or to check if an in-person workshop has been scheduled in your area, please visit our program location page.  


Grant Opportunity Available for Healthy U EHR Referrals

June 9, 2020
In partnership with our partners at the Wyoming Department of Health - Public Health Division, we are announcing a Request for Application (RFA) for an Electronic Health Record Referrals for Chronic Disease Self-Management Programs Grant. This grant is designed to support Wyoming healthcare systems that provide direct patient care in the implementation of a sustainable policy or systems change within the organization to identify and refer eligible patients to Healthy U. Organizations who are awarded the grant will be required to partner with one or more Healthy U programs and develop an Electronic Health Record (EHR)-integrated system to identify patients with chronic diseases and refer those patients to the Healthy U program.

For more information, you can view the RFA at the Department of Health's website.


Healthy U Workshops Now Available Online!

May 4, 2020
To better serve the needs of people all across Wyoming during the COVID-19 outbreak, we have started offering Healthy U workshops online. To learn more, please visit the online workshops section of our website. 


COVID-19 Update: Workshops and Leader Training Postponed

March 18, 2020
We have postponed all Wyoming Healthy U workshops, as well as the April Healthy U Leader training, in order to ensure the safety of our participants and facilitators as concerns over COVID-19 grow. The workshops and the Leader training will be rescheduled once we have been cleared to safely resume group gatherings; however, we do not have a definitive timeline at this point. If you have any questions or concerns, please email Dominick at


Spring Healthy U Leader Training Announced

December 17, 2019
The next Healthy U Leader training will take place April 14 - 17 in Lander. The workshop will be lead by Healthy U Master Trainers Lisa Smith and Natalie Stewart. If you would like to learn more, click here to see the promotional flyer. If you would to register for the training, click here to find our registration form. If you have any questions, contact Dominick at (307) 766-2765 or


Nineteen New Healthy U Leaders Certified

October 17, 2019
WyCOA held a Healthy U Leader training in Laramie from October 8 - 11. There, nineteen people from all across Wyoming were certified to deliver the Healthy U program in their communities. For more information, read our press release about the event.



Fall Healthy U Leader Training Announced

April 24, 2019
The next Healthy U Leader training will take place October 8-11 in Laramie. The workshop will be lead by WyCOA staff Catherine Carrico and Dominick Duhamel. For more information about the training, contact Dominick at (307) 766-2765 or


Healthy U Featured on WPR

March 11, 2019
The Healthy U program was recently featured on Wyoming Public Radio. Read the full story here. 


First Healthy U for Chronic Pain Workshop Delivered in Sheridan

November 28, 2018
The first Healthy U for Chronic Pain workshop was offered in Sheridan, Wyoming at the Heritage Towers housing facility by local Leaders Nancy Drummond and Kathy Watson. Turnout was excellent, with 19 people attending the program. Motivated by the success of this workshop, WyCOA is working to expand Healthy U for Chronic Pain to additional counties. 

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