What Types of Services Does SW-WRAP Provide?

Caring for Veterans and Their Families, our Aging, and Adults Living with Disabilities.

 

SW-WRAP

SW-WRAP utilizes a "no wrong door"approach  to assist persons in need, and promotes a community based, collaborative, coordinated continuum of care and access to community resources for the aging, adults living with disabilities, Veterans & their families. 

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What is the Resource Directory and How can it Help You?

 

resource directorySW-WRAP's Resource Directory is a web based centralized tool that connects Wyoming individuals and families in need to available services in a consumer oriented environment.

 

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Basic Needs & Emergency Assistance (BNEA)

 

Basic Needs & Emergency Assistance (BNEA) is a SW-WRAP program founded in 2008. BNEA® is a series of voucher based programs to assist with basic needs. This program serves the needy, the impoverished, and at-risk people residing in Wyoming communities.

 

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WRAP–AROUND

 

wrap-around chess playersSW-WRAP is a community initiative which provides I & R, Recovery Support and Wrap-Around Services.  The "WRAP", which stands for "Wyoming Recovery Access Programs", also refers to the case management, advocacy and person-centered approach that the organization incorporates into its program services.

 

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Meet the WRAP Team! 

 

              

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             Building Lives, RestoringHope....

 We Care!

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Veterans Administration Medical Center's (VAMC)

VAMC's provide health care and mental health services to veterans.

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About SW-WRAP

 

   

 

Southwest Wyoming Recovery Access Programs (SW-WRAP) 

 

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What is the SSVF Program? 

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Personal Essentials Pantry

 

SW-WRAP, in partnership with local businesses, groups, and donations from private individuals now has a Personal Essentials Pantry (PEP).

 

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SW-WRAP Office Locations

 

Supportive Services for Veterans Families program covers all 23 counties in Wyoming and 28 counties in Western Nebraska. The Wyoming Aging & Disability Resource Center (WyADRC) covers all of Wyoming.

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Newsflash

Publications


Advocacy

 by Terry Lowen, M.A.

 

Advocacy

The need for advocacy seems to be universal. From little Johnny who needs to have his friend Billy inform Susie of his affection for her, to the gal who’s been working on the railroad all the live-long day.

 

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Testimonials



Only A High School Education


To whom it may concern,


Being a single mother of two great daughters has not been easy.

 

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