What does Recover Wyoming do?

Recover Wyoming provides support to people seeking long-term recovery from addiction, and supports their family and friends.

Reflections on Two Decades of Recovery Advocacy

These forms of support include:

Recovery Coaching

Recovery Coaches:

  • Promote recovery
  • Help recoverees remove barriers to long-term recovery
  • Encourage hope, optimism, and healthy living

They are not:
  • A sponsor
  • A counselor
  • A nurse/doctor
  • A clergy person
A Recovery Coach is anyone interested in promoting recovery by serving as a personal guide and mentor for people seeking long-term recovery or their family members.

Recovery Coach Application

Referrals to Existing Community Services

Staff and volunteers provide referrals and help demystify community and state services so that recoverees can get the help they need.


Bridges to Recovery are new recovery meetings which honor all pathways to recovery. Meetings are facilitated by RW staff and volunteers.

Bridges to Recovery Flyer

Bridges to Recovery will be held Mondays at noon, Wednesdays at 5:00 p.m., and Sundays at 6:00 p.m. at the Recovery Center, 122 West Lincolnway. Call RW for more information- 421-7261!

What does Recover Wyoming NOT do?

We do not provide treatment, counseling or medication. We are not a twelve-step or faith-based program. We acknowledge that these services and programs are often crucial to recovery from addiction, however, and inform our recoverees of their availability.

The PATH Program

PATH Coordinators and Case Managers

PATH Coordinators and Case Managers

Dawn Cranmore (L) and Lana Mahoney (R)

The PATH Program (Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness)

The PATH case managers provide community-based referrals and limited housing services for people experiencing serious mental illnesses, including those with co-occurring substance use disorders and who are homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless.

For more information contact Dawn or Lana at the Recovery Center, (307) 421-7261.