YCAN is now offering temporary one-time COVID-19 financial assistance to Park County, Wyoming, and Hot Springs County, Wyoming residents. Households may not apply more than one time due to limited funds available at this time.
This fund has limited staff time dedicated to processing applications and helping with quetions we appreciate your patience at this time.
- Job loss, reduction in compensation, or closure of the place of employment
- Obligation to be absent from work to care for a home-bound child(ren)
- Obligation to be absent from work due to a requirement to be quarantined based on the applicant or household members diagnosis of COVID-19
- Obligation to be absent from work due to a requirement to self-quarantine based on the directive of the Governor, the advice of a healthcare provider, or the advice or directive of a local or state public health authority, the directive of a law enforcement officer, or where the applicant has reason to believe that self-quarantine is in the best interest of public health and human safety due to exposure or high-risk activity.
- This could include applicants over 65 or those who have any health condition that places him/her at enhanced risk for COVID-19.
- If you are disabled or a senior on a fixed income, your expenses will have gone up since April 1, 2020, causing a financial impact.
- All low-income individuals are considered coronavirus-affected, and the use of CARES Act funds to assist any low-income individual or community is considered a legitimate “response to coronavirus.”
Click the link below to apply for help in the county you live in.
Don’t forget you can still apply for the WEHAP emergency housing program through December. Click the picture below to visit their website.