Community Resource CenterWebsite: http://crcjh.org/
Telephone: (307) 739-4500
Community Resource Center (CRC) is a community hub for the provision of information, advocacy, agency referrals, emergency assistance and poverty prevention.
CRC is an emergency assistance program, networking hub and information source dedicated to linking those who need help with people and organizations who can help. Founded in 2003, CRC collaborates with other community agencies, churches and organizations to ensure that those in need get the most appropriate assistance for their circumstances efficiently, effectively and without duplication of services or resources rendered. We are governed by a volunteer Board of Directors that represents a cross section of our community.
St. John's Medical CenterWebsite: http://www.tetonhospital.org/
Telephone: (307) 733-3636
St. John's is the large hospital in Jackson, and has been a part of Teton County Hospital District since 1976. It provides medical serviecs to thousands in Teton County.
Located at 625 E Broadway, Jackson WY 83001, St. John's has around 500 employees, 100 beds, and provides medical treatment services in a number of fields. It also offers classes for topics such as childbirth preparation, weight control, and grief (among many others). Much more information about St. John's can be found on their website (All above information from this website)
Teton County Public HealthWebsite: http://www.tetonwyo.org/phn
Telephone: (307) 733-6401
Teton County Public Health provides a number of services that work to help prevent disease and promote health in our community. With this goal in mind, Teton County Public Health is working to make Jackson and the rest of Teton County a healthier place for people to live!
Located on 460 E Pearl Ave, Jackson WY 83001, Teton County Public Health offers a number of services. These services include Public Health Nursing, Environmental Health, a Water Lab, Emergency Preparedness and Response, Wellness and classes, and the Board of Health including county and statewide health regulations. More information on each of these services is on the Teton County Public Health Website. (Information from the Teton County Public Health Website)
Good Samaritan MissionWebsite: http://goodsamaritanmission.us/
Telephone: (307) 733-3165
The Good Samaritan Mission has been quietly serving the physical, emotional and Spiritual needs of the hungry, hurting, homeless people in Teton County for over 40 years.
Good Samaritan Mission provides a number of services for homeless individials in Teton County. Located on 285 W. Pearl Street in downtown Jackson, it houses and feeds people passing through and living in Jackson. It also provides bus passes and help with job training. The mission is a true part of the Jackson Hole Community. It began in 1970 from an urging of the Holy Spirit to serve those who are less fortunate. (Information from the Good Samaritan Mission Website)
Suicide Prevention HotlineWebsite: http://suicidepreventionhotline.org/
Telephone: (800) 273-8255
Suicide, emotional distress, and bullying are very serious issues. If you or someone you know ever need to talk about any of these issues, call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 to talk with a counselor 1 on 1.
Community Safety NetworkWebsite: http://www.csnjh.org/
Telephone: (307) 733-3711
Community Safety Network provides support, advocacy, shelter and assistance to those affected by domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking, which are considered the most underreported and stigmatized crimes by Teton County law enforcement.
Services are available any time of the day or night, free of charge and completely confidential by calling CSN's helpline at 307-733-SAFE (7233). Community Safety Network serves more than 500 clients and their children with shelter and support, and delivers custom-developed education programs for any audience. Community Safety Network offers many more services, check them out on their website. (Information from the Community Safety Network Website)
Wyoming Department of Family Services (Jackson Branch)Website: https://sites.google.com/a/wyo.gov/dfsweb/
Telephone: (307) 733-7757
Wyoming Department of Family Services' mission is to promote the safety, well-being, and self-sufficiency of families through community partnerships. The Teton County District 10 office is located at this address: 115 West Snow King Avenue, Jackson, Wyoming 83001
Department of Family Services (DFS) offices help qualifying families with obtaining nutritional assistance, child support enforcement, Medicaid, child care assistance, and other needed services in the community. (Information from Wyoming's DFS website)
Teton Youth & Family ServicesWebsite: http://tetonyouth.org/
Telephone: (307) 733-6440
Found at three locations in Teton County, Teton Youth and Family Services attempts to improve children's lives by providing services ranging from prevention to residential care that address behavioral, emotional, and/or mental health issues.
The three entities in Teton County are:
The Van Vleck House: programs that range from helping all children stay out of trouble, to programs for youth involved in the juvenile court system. Located at 510 S. Cache Drive, Jackson, WY 83001
Hirschfield Center for Children: helps children avoid behavioral, emotional and mental health problems by strengthening families and working to prevent child abuse and neglect.
Red Top Meadows: provides residential treatment and therapeutic wilderness programs for adolescent males with behavioral, emotional, and/or mental health issues.
(Information from Teton Youth and Family Services Website)
Turning Point: A Pregnancy Resource CenterWebsite: http://www.turningpointjh.org/
Telephone: (307) 733-5162
This entirely free and confidential pregnancy center is designed to help clients deal with difficult situations surrounding unplanned and unexpected pregnancies.
Turning Point provides pregnancy tests (with immediate results), counseling, mentoring and support, community referrals, pregnancy loss support, and a number of other services. Turning Point's main intention is to talk with clients about how their lives are going, and help clients in the process of working through an unplanned and/or unexpected pregnancy. (Information from Turning Point's Website)
Jackson Hole Community Counseling CenterWebsite: http://www.jhccc.org/
Telephone: (307) 733-2046
Jackson Hole Community Counseling Center's (JHCCC) is to promote mental wellness and providing essential mental health services in Teton County regardless of a person's ability to pay for services.
Located at 640 E Broadway, Jackson WY 83001, JHCCC is governed by a board of directors comprised of volunteers from the community. Services are provided on a sliding fee scale to ensure service availability to all persons, regardless of ability to pay. (Information from JHCCC's website)
Teen Crisis Hotline: 1-800-448-3000
Senior Center of Jackson HoleWebsite: http://www.seniorcenterjh.org/
Telephone: (307) 733-7300
The Senior Center of Jackson Hole's mission is to keep the elderly living safely and independently at home for as long as possible
Located at 830 E Hansen Ave, Jackson WY, the Senior Center of Jackson Hole provides numerous services for the elderly of Jackson. The Senior Center of Jackson Hole serves seniors from all walks of life and socioeconomic statuses. Diversity is a large part of what makes them successful. Services include: Meals at the Senior Center, home delivered meals, help with transportation, community based home services, a family care giver program, educaiton and training, information and referral, treatment, a loan closet, and recreation. (Information from the Senior Center of Jackson Hole's Website)
Curran Seeley FoundationWebsite: http://www.curranseeley.com/
Telephone: (307) 733-3908
The Curran-Seeley Foundation is a private, non-profit organization providing comprehensive alcohol and drug counseling, treatment and prevention services to Wyoming residents of Teton County and surrounding communities who may be suffering from substance abuse problems and their effects.
Located on 610 W. Broadway, Jackson WY 83001, Curran-Seeley offers a number of confidential and cost-effective (and sometimes bilingual) services and programs to reach out to individuals with substance abuse issues. These services include Intensive Outpatient Treatment Programs, an Outpatient Program, Aftercare services, Education and Prevention Programs, DUI Classes, Intervention Services, Violence Prevention, a Relapse Prevention Program, and Referral Services. (Information from the Curran-Seeley Website)
CLIMB WyomingWebsite: http://www.climbwyoming.org/
Telephone: (307) 778-4126
CLIMB Wyoming is a non-profit that trains and places low-income single mothers in careers that successfully support their families.
For more than 25 years, CLIMB Wyoming has provided participants with employer-driven job training and placement, life skills and parenting training, counseling and the support necessarcy to ensure self-sufficiency and economic security for generations to come. (Information from CLIMB's Website)