Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center Continued Service Delivery During COVID-19 Pandemic
NWMHC is OPEN to provide care for Wyoming citizens in Sheridan, Johnson, Weston, and Crook counties. We are providing in-person services as well as telehealth services. We also are providing in-person and telehealth group services. Safety of our clients, staff, and the community is one of our main priorities. Please note we follow CDC and State of Wyoming Guidelines, therefore persons coming into our offices are required to social distance and wear a face covering. Those who do not have a face covering will be provided one upon entry to the building.More...
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