Sheridan County

Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center

Director: Paul E Demple, MA, LPC
Psychosocial Rehavilitation & Psychiatric Services
1701 W. 5th St., Ste C, Sheridan
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Call: 307-674-6253

Sheridan County Outpatient Office
1221 West 5th St., Sheridan
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Call: 307-674-4405
http://wyomentalhealth.org/ 

Volunteers of America – Northern Rockies

Administration
1876 S. Sheridan Avenue, Sheridan
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Call: (307) 672-0475
Email: admissions@voanr.org  



Our Mission:

“To compassionately serve and strengthen individuals by empowering them to build healthy and happy lives.”

Our faith-based organization is guided by professional staff and committed volunteers who create strong families and thriving communities through progressive holistic programs by lending a hand up, not a hand out.

Volunteers of America is a national, nonprofit, faith-based organization dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential. Established in Sheridan, Wyoming in 1985.

Our holistic and integrated programs allow us to move individuals, families – and even communities – from instability to security. Our outcomes continually demonstrate that working with the potential in everyone, we accomplish more than anyone thought possible.

To learn more about the behavioral health service of Volunteers of America, visit: https://www.voanr.org/health-care-services 

The Gathering Place

360 College Meadows Drive, Sheridan
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Call: 307-673-2510
Fax: 307-673-2513
Email: admission@voanr.org 

The Gathering Place is a residential treatment center that offers substance abuse treatment to women and women with dependent children. While at The Gathering Place, clients are involved in various therapeutic, recreational and community, recovery-oriented activities. Each client is assigned a Clinician upon admission and given a thorough intake interview following which an individualized treatment plan is developed. Clients engage in weekly one-to-one counseling sessions in addition to a multitude of group activities which focus on: chemical dependency, sharing ‘life stories’, parenting, trauma recovery concepts, grief and loss, healthy relationships, recreation, vocational skills, social skills and daily living skills.

The Gathering Place utilizes the following treatment modalities:

  • Strength Based Counseling Techniques
  • Seeking Safety
  • 12 Step Meetings 
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Solution Focused Therapy 
  • Corrective Thinking (True Thought)
  • Family Involvement 
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 
  • Acceptance & Commitment Therapy

During treatment, women receive 30 hours per week of intensive, structured, staff-facilitated group activities, which focus on all aspects of chemical dependency. Family involvement is incorporated into the weekly schedule each Friday on Family Day. Family Days include an educational component relating to family issues (family dynamics, effects of alcohol and drugs on the family and family rules). We provide the opportunity for GED preparation.

The Gathering Place provides the following community living components: daily schedule of activities, weekly community meetings, participation in activities that would be found in a home, adequate space for personal privacy and security of property, home-like and comfortable setting, availability for placing/hanging personal possessions/decorations and daily access to nutritious meals and snacks. Appropriate space is available for quiet areas and visiting areas. Funding provided by Wyoming Department of Health Behavioral Health Division.

To learn more about The Center of Hope, visit:  https://www.voanr.org/the-gathering-place 

The Life House
3322 Strahan Parkway, Sheridan
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Call: 307-672-2044
Fax: 307-674-6867
Email: admissions@voanr.org 

The Life House is a residential treatment center that offers substance abuse treatment to men. While at The Life House, clients are involved in various therapeutic, recreational and community, recovery-oriented activities. Each client is assigned a Clinician upon admission and given a thorough intake interview following which an individualized treatment plan is developed. Clients engage in weekly one-to-one counseling sessions in addition to a multitude of group activities which focus on: chemical dependency, sharing ‘life stories’, parenting, trauma recovery concepts, grief and loss, healthy relationships, recreation, vocational skills, social skills and daily living skills.

The Life House utilizes the following treatment modalities:

  • Strength Based Counseling Technigues
  • Seeking Safety
  • 12 Step Meetings
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Solution Focused Therapy
  • Corrective Thinking (True Thought)
  • Family Involvement
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Acceptance & Commitment Therapy

During treatment, men receive 30 hours per week of intensive, structured, staff-facilitated group activities, which focus on all aspects of chemical dependency. Family involvement is incorporated into the weekly schedule each Friday on Family Day. Family Days include an educational component relating to family issues (family dynamics, effects of alcohol and drugs on the family and family rules). We provide the opportunity for GED preparation.

The Life House provides the following community living components: daily schedule of activities, weekly community meetings, participation in activities that would be found in a home, adequate space for personal privacy and security of property, home-like and comfortable setting, availability for placing/hanging personal possessions/decorations and daily access to nutritious meals and snacks. Appropriate space is available for quiet areas and visiting areas. Funding provided by Wyoming Department of Health Behavioral Health Division.

To learn more about The Life House, visit:  https://www.voanr.org/the-life-house