Wyoming is ranked the 4th highest in the nation for suicides! 80% of suicides in Wyoming are grown men. I believe we as a community can/should do more by spreading this very simple message, “suicide is Not An Option, there is always something else to do!” What ever the reason… there is another path to take with a much brighter out come!
Help us spread this message by a donation to heretohelpwy.org/donations. Donations of 30$ or more will receive a t-shirt and free sticker. Enter “NOT AN OPTION” and address information in the message box during the donation process. Thank You!
Suicide Prevention Hotline – 800-273-8255
Wyoming Behavior Institute ( WBI ) 800-457-9312
Wyoming Suicide Network – 800-784-2433
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The tornado that hit above Douglas Wyoming hit a local families ranch.
The Falkenburg’s are a great part of this community and we would like to help them out. I imagine insurance covers some but not all. All donations received through heretohelpwy.org/donations from now to friday the 2nd will go to the Falkenburg’s to help with this disaster.
For our local Douglas community we have a drop off set up at the Plains Motel front office for food products, bottle water, hygiene products and anything else you can donate. Thank you
Just wanted to throw out a really big thank you to the men and women on the fire line.
Your service, hard work getting the job done is greatly appreciated. Thank you!
17 June 2018
Douglas, Wyoming has been concerned for those who have been touched by the effects of the Badger Creek Fire. We wanted to help out the young women and men on the front line as the fire went from a few acres to many thousands of acres.
Here To Help Foundation of Wyoming has started a fire donation drive to collect items to help the fire fighters.
Through word of mouth and social media the wave has started.
When we arrived in Laramie we found that the authorities had closed the roads and access to the fire camp was not possible.
We attended a meeting that took place at the Laramie Fair Grounds.
Rocky Mountain Incident Management Team provided information to the public and those who have been effected by the fire. Details concerning fire fighting progress and information for those who had to be evacuated.
After the meeting I ran into a local volunteer fire fighter who had set up facilities at his shop where donations could be dropped off.
Thank you Tracy for helping us get our donations to the fire camp.
Thank you and those you serve with for your much needed service.
Managed to make it through detention with out any time added for bad behaviour. We were glad to get those cuffs off. Release went thru without a hitch execpt for all the paper work involved. After the sheriff took the handcuffs off we managed to get some nice pictures of this eye opening experience.
What a fun day at the Joint Justice Center in Douglas, Wyoming. We really appreciate all of the donations and emotional support during our time in lockup.
Thank you to the officers and staff of the Converse County Sheriffs Office. You made this event fun and very informative. You really have a nice state of the art facilities to work in.
Koltons Karnival. A really big thank you for providing all the yummie food. Biscuits and gravy, pancakes and coffee were awsome and very very much apprecialed. Thank you.
Believe me.. It wasn’t easy.. Some can take it. Some cant.
Laura has been helping us with the placement of food and other items in non-perishable open box food pantries.
Pantries are currently located in Douglas, Casper, Glenrock and Glendo.
Do you have some non-perishable food items or other items such as baby items to donate and can’t get to one of our pantries please call or pm us on Facebook @heretohelpfoundationofwyoming . Arrangements can be made to pick up the items. Our email address is below.
Summer is about to begin, the pantries are placed Here To Help Wyoming!