New Peer Specialist Training

May 1-5, 2017

Registration is now open for Wyoming’s 5-day New Peer Specialist Training. This training’s purpose is to advance work competencies for persons new to the Peer Specialist profession.
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Wrap Workshop - Put WRAP® to “Work”

April 5-6, 2017 (8:30-5:00)

Enhance your skills at this unique training intended for Peer Specialists or others in a Peer Recovery Support role.

Central Wyoming Counseling Center
1430 Wilkins Circle, Casper, WY 82601

Thank you for your interest in the Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP ®) Workshop. Please fill out the registration form completely and return to Recover Wyoming to indicate your interest in the upcoming training. Space is limited, so register early!

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Cajun Fest 2016

Recovery Advocacy Day

September 10, 2016

Open House- Over 200 attended the RW Open House April 1st, 2016.

Recover Wyoming Celebrates 2015 National Recovery Month

September 19th

Message Mob at the Wyoming State Capitol. Over 100 persons participated in this advocacy and fun event by creating a personal message of "Why I Support Recovery in Wyoming." Signs included messages from family members about recovery saving their loved ones' lives and messages of personal successes in recovery.

2015 Group

Food Line

UNITE to Face Addiction March and Celebration on the National Mall, Washington D.C.

UNITE to Face Addiction March and Celebration on the National Mall, Washington D.C.

October 4th and 5th

Four persons represented Wyoming at this history making event. Laura and Sally Griffith, Dawn Cranmore and Lucretia Maes along with 30,000 other persons in recovery, family members and other allies of recovery enjoyed outstanding music from Steven Tyler, Sheryl Crow, Joe Walsh, The Frey, Jason Isbell and others at a 6 hour concert. The event also included many celebrities and others sharing their support for the Recovery Movement. The following day the ladies from Wyoming met with their congressional representatives to advocate for national legislation impacting recovery.

Sally Griffith

Jason Isbell

Recover Wyoming