Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center is a private, nonprofit, community mental health center that provides comprehensive mental health and substance abuse treatment services to the residents of Crook, Johnson, Sheridan, and Weston counties in Wyoming. Northern Wyoming Mental Health serves youths and adults suffering from mild to serious mental illness and substance use disorders. Each person receives treatment carefully tailored to his or her individual needs. Services are available to anyone on a sliding fee scale basis.Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center is a community-minded health care provider. The goal of NWMHC’s staff is to offer every client competent, professional, confidential, and affordable mental health services. We provide diagnostic treatment and prevention programs that help people in the comfortable and familiar surroundings of their own community.
The Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center’s professionals help people with problems that are disrupting their lives, or the lives of their families, friends and co-workers.
Typical problems may include:
- A couple in marital crises struggling to preserve the family unit
- An adolescent or adult whose use of alcohol or drugs threatens his or her health and creates problems at home, at school, or on the job
- A young person struggling as a single parent to raise a family
- An adult suffering from a serious mental illness
- An elderly person who no longer finds meaning in life and develops chronic depression
- A child with a behavior disorder
How Much Will it Cost?
The fee will be set during your first contact with the Center. A sliding fee schedule, based on gross income, may be established to assist in making mental health and substance abuse treatment services affordable and available. Of course, health insurance assignment is accepted for mental health and substance abuse care. The Center programs sponsored by Medicaid, Medicare, and situations where State contracted mental health and substance abuse care is warranted.
Professionals Who Know Their Business
Our full-time professionals have doctors or masters degrees in one of several specialties: psychology; clinical social work; substance abuse treatment; child, adolescent, and family development; or counseling.
How Do You Make an Appointment?
Call Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center’s clinic office in your community. If you do not live in the community where one of our main offices is located, ask about services nearest you.