Volunteers of America – Northern Rockies
Center of Hope
223 West Adams, Riverton
Call: (307) 856-9006
Center of Hope partners with the City of Riverton and Fremont County to offer three days of close observation, as well as 14 days of social detoxification and up to three months transitional living. Transitional living and Social Detox includes substance abuse assessments, daily exercise, morning meditations, evening checkout group, group therapy, living skills and grief and loss, AA/NA meetings, connection to resources for employment and housing as well as access to spiritual support services. The program receives funding through the Wyoming Department of Health. A full time clinician and case workers provide substance abuse assessments and Level I outpatient programming to those in the community in need of it.
Volunteers of America recently partnered with the Daniels Fund and the City of Riverton to expand the Center of Hope. This expansion included enhancements to the safe and effective treatment of chronically addicted residents. The 2,500 square foot expansion allows improved security measures, client program separation, administration, after care events and sobriety meetings that help people remain clean and sober.
The purpose of transitional living is to provide individuals, age 18 and older, a safe and structured living environment that is supportive of their recovery efforts. The Center of Hope provides a drug and alcohol-free environment for individuals who are self-sustaining but who require a minimal level of support and assistance. This is an opportunity for individuals in recovery to live in a safe place while transitioning into mainstream society or awaiting treatment services. Those residing in Transitional Living must also be enrolled in some sort of aftercare program (ASAM level 1 or 2.1) in the local community once treatment has been completed.
Volunteers of America’s Center of Hope has handled 8,404 intakes since July 1, 2013 and of that number 542 were first time admissions. What these numbers mean is that VOA is seeing a larger number in the amount of individuals receiving treatment services at the Center of Hope for longer periods of time. This has resulted in 120 individuals going to residential treatment and 67 individuals going to outpatient treatment. This success has come since the merger with VOA, because the focus is on a true social detoxification model, assisting in providing various treatment options. With a full time clinician and case managers, clients receive referrals to other community resources such as sober housing, vocational rehabilitation and Pingora Behavioral Health Clinic to aid them with their sobriety.
Center of Hope is proud to be able to assist those in need in our community.
To learn more about Center of Hope, visit: https://www.voanr.org/center-of-hope
Pingora Behavioral Health Clinic
A service of Volunteers of America – Northern Rockies
625 E Madison ST, Ste. 1, Riverton
Call: (307) 463-0337
Fax: (307) 463-0041
Pingora Behavioral Health Clinic offers intensive outpatient, outpatient, aftercare and medication assisted treatment (MAT). Seeking treatment for addiction is a great commitment on your part and we take every aspect of your care seriously. We are committed to providing patients with the opportunity to live a sober, productive, and balanced life.
Pingora Behavioral Health uses the comprehensive opioid response with the twelve steps (COR-12) program, Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI) and a full range of counseling to increase the success of your journey through this program. We also provide education, case management, family/friend counseling, group therapy, and other services to provide a holistic approach to recovery. Our well rounded services supports our patients in full, long-term recovery and an increased quality of life.
To learn more about Pingora Behavioral Health Clinic visit: https://www.pingorabehavioralhealth.com
Fremont Counseling Service
748 Main St.
Lander, WY 82520
1110 Major Avenue
Riverton, WY 82501
Fremont Counseling Service (FCS) is a CARF accredited, non-profit community mental health and substance use treatment center that has been providing services to clients in Fremont County, Wyoming (including the Wind River Indian Reservation) since 1959.
We provide a comprehensive array of mental health and substance abuse services to individuals, couples, and families of all ages from our offices in Lander and Riverton. We make it our priority to customize treatment options to meet your needs and treatment goals.
Costs for services are dependent upon household income and no one is turned away for an inability to pay.
To learn more about Fremont Counseling Service visit: http://fremontcounseling.com/