Wyoming ADRC

Wyoming’s Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) is a one-stop call center providing information on local services for older adults, people with disabilities and family caregivers in Wyoming.

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    Contact the ADRC

    Dial 211 or 307-757-0222

    OR Email adrcnavigator@wyoming211.org

    Wyoming ADRC Navigators are available Monday through Friday, 8AM to 5PM

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    Online request form

    Do you have a request? Complete the online request form linked below and submit. Our ADRC Navigator will reach out in a timely manner.

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    Online referral form

    Know someone in need? Complete the online referral form linked below and submit. Our ADRC Navigator will reach out to the person in need.

Mission

Empowering older adults, people with disabilities and caregivers to successfully navigate their quality of life and independence with the tools and knowledge needed to choose the best path for themselves. Wyoming ADRC streamlines access to supports and services through a “No Wrong Door” system to ensure they receive the “right service at the right time.”

Vision

To build on existing networks to create Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) in every community serving as highly visible and trusted places where people of all incomes and ages can get information on the full range of long-term support options and a single point of entry for access to public long term support programs and benefits.

ADRCs build consumer trust by using existing entry points to enhance individual choice and support informed decision-making and better access to services.

Values

Partnership: By partnering with other community providers, we improve access to information about services for individuals and their caregivers, especially as it relates to respite care.

Collaboration: Wyoming 211 and the Wyoming ADRC continue to value the importance of collaboration that improves access to services for older adults, people with disabilities, and their caregivers.

Respect and openness: We will operate with respect, a willingness to listen, and an openness to different perspectives.

Transparency: To the greatest extent possible, we will make available to interested parties and the public work products, processes, and recommendations that arise from our work

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Elderly Woman Taking Care of Her Plants
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An Elderly Man Holding Leafy Vegetables