Supports for Recovery from Substance Abuse.
Financial support for Park County residents participating in substance abuse recovery programs to overcome the barriers of poverty and addiction. The goal is for clients to gain or stay employed, discontinue drug/alcohol use, graduate from a treatment program, and transition out of poverty.
Who is eligible to apply for the program?
- To be eligible, the individual must reside in Park County, Wyoming.
- To be eligible, the client’s total household income cannot exceed 125% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL).
- In order to receive ongoing services, the client needs to provide documented proof of meeting their self-sufficiency goals.
Here’s how the program operates:
- A Community Referral Partner agency offers in-depth case management by meeting with individuals or families.A Community Referral Partner agency offers in-depth case management by meeting with individuals or families.
- Licensed Clinical Social Workers and Case Managers can apply online through YCAN.
- YCAN will review the application, verify eligibility, and then either approve or deny the request.
- Payments are processed from YCAN’s payment center in Cheyenne and sent directly to the vendor or landlord.
- A licensed Clinical Social Worker or Case Manager serves as the primary contact between the applicant and YCAN. Moreover, they provide follow-up and case management services to clients.
- Community Partners can submit service requests if their clients actively participate in case management and provide goal documentation.
Become a Community Referral Partner
We provide services to support family stability and economic security in Park or Hot Springs County with access to our Case Management Portal. Community Partners may apply for short-term and long-term assistance on behalf of clients they are case managing. If your organization offers case management to Park or Hot Springs County low-income individuals and families, you can use the form below to become a community partner.
What Community Programs participate in this program?
Park County Court Supervised Treatment Program
YCAN partners with the Park County Court Supervised Treatment Program to help those struggling with substance abuse. The program includes consequences for violations and substance abuse treatment, along with developing life skills. Participants attend counseling, work or attend school full-time, and stay clean while staying current on finances. The program lasts at least a year and aims to help clients gain employment, sobriety, graduate, and leave poverty. YCAN coordinates with the Park County Court Supervised Treatment Case Manager and aims to simplify the process for clients. The program can last up to two years.
Park County Court Supervised Treatment Program & Cedar Mountain Center
Recovery Care Program Outcomes
- The number of individuals who received bundled services achieved one or more outcomes.
- The number of individuals who discontinued drug/alcohol use.
- Number of babies born non-addicted
- A number of individuals discontinued drug/alcohol use for 90 days.
- The number of individuals who discontinued drug/alcohol use for 180 days.
- The number of individuals with no recidivating event for six months (ages 18+)
- The number of individuals who transitioned out of poverty.
The program was developed by YCAN with the assistance of federal grant #93.569, which was provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services through the Administration of Children and Families, Office of Community Services, as well as the State of Wyoming’s Department of Health, Public Health Division, Rural and Frontier Health, Community Services Program. Please note that this does not necessarily indicate endorsement by either the federal or state government.(Edit)