Countless Laramie organizations are committed to providing goods and services to community members in need. Please see the categories below to find help if you are in need of assistance or would like to volunteer your time for the greater good of our community.

Cheyenne Housing Authority
: Housing Authority serves as a public housing authority in Laramie which owns, operates and Maintains 75 homes in town. Their mission is “ to provide decent, safe and sanitary housing to elderly, disabled, and economically disadvantaged families unable to obtain housing through conventional means”. For information on how to apply for housing or to donate visit their website, give them a call at (307) 745-4409, or visit their office 1265 North 3rd St.

Rainbow Vista Apartments: Vista Apartments, located at 2117 Rainbow St., is an Equal Housing Opportunity managed by Spartan Management, LLC. They specialize in affordable property management, HUD assisted housing, and tax credit housing. They currently have units open! For information call (307) 745-5044. 

River Run apartments: Run Apartments is professionally managed by Syringa Property Management. River Run Apartments is a Section 42 Tax Credit Property overseen by the state of Wyoming. River Run Apartments offer 2, 3, and 4 bedroom apartment homes including fair housing compliant and accessible units. For more information call (307) 742-6393.

Laramie Reproductive Health Services
: Reproductive Health Services offers basic infertility services, breast health, Contraceptive counseling & education, emergency contraception, LGBTQIA health care and referrals, STD testing, Wellness exams, and urinary or vaginal infections. They work on a sliding fee scale, making your visit affordable based on your individual income. For information on how to schedule an appointment, how to volunteer, donate visit their website or call 307)745-5364. Shop at and select Laramie reproductive health services and .5% of your purchase will be donated!

Albany Community Health Clinic Community Health Clinic offers services in family medicine, women’s health, behavioral health, preventive care, physical examinations, and procedures. They employ a full-time Licensed Professional Counselor, a PCSW (Social Worker), and 4 part-time PMHNPs (Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners) for medication management, as well as two full-time Family Nurse Practitioners. They accept Medicare and Medicaid, and as a Federally Qualified Health Center, they are able to offer a sliding fee scale as well as discounted pharmaceutical services. For more information call (307) 766-3313. 

Laramie Downtown Clinic: Downtown Clinic offers healthcare services in primary care, pharmacy, nursing,specialty clinics, emergency dental referrals, vision clinic referrals, counciling, and social work. The Laramie Downtown Clinic offers free health care to those without insurance and whose annual household income is below the federal poverty level of 175%. For information on how to become a client, volunteer, or visit their website.

Laramie Clinic for Mental Health: Clinic for Mental Health’s mission is “to promote the well-being of the individuals and families in the community by providing accessible, quality therapeutic services to the children and adolescents, adults and their families utilizing a service system that emphasizes trust, respect, clinical competence, confidentiality, and compassion”. They offer a wide range of services from licensed professionals to fit your individual needs.
Peak Wellness: Wellness center offers mental health services to all who need it. They offer life assistance, mental health services, substance abuse treatment, and youth and family services. They operate on a sliding fee scale and accept medicare, medicaid, and many other insurances.

UW Wellspring Counseling:’s Wellspring Counseling offer free, confidential services depression & anxiety stress related to school or work, happiness & wellness, sexuality & identity concerns, family & couple relationship issues, substance abuse & other addictions, family & couple relationship issues, adapting to life transitions, death, loss, & grief concerns, and abuse & domestic violence concerns. These services are available to all students and Laramie residents.

LIV Healthhttp://https://livhealth.orgLIV Health in Laramie and Cheyenne provides in-home counseling and case management to adults, elderly, and disabled individuals in the community. They are also now able to provide medication services for psychiatric concerns and can help with advanced care planning and dementia support.

University of Wyoming Psychology Center (UWPC) For Training in Assessment, Treatment, and Clinical Research is a training center for the Clinical Psychology Doctoral program and provides affordable, evidence-based mental health care to the university community as well as the more general Laramie community.

Laramie Interfaith: interfaith is a non-profit organization that houses a food pantry, offers rental and utilities assistance requests and provides transitional housing in Laramie. Laramie Interfaith is always looking for volunteers and donations.
Laramie Soup Kitchen: Soup Kitchen is our local soup kitchen open Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and hot meals are served: 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. No person will be turned away! Laramie Soup kitchen is located in the lower-level ofSt. Matthew's Episcopal Cathedral. For more info and how to volunteer and donate visit their website.
Feeding Laramie Valley: Laramie Valley is a community based, designed and led nonprofit organization working for food security and an equitable, just and sustainable food system in Albany County, Wyoming. They have several programs including a shares program that distributes locally grown produce at no cost. For information on other programs, how to donate, and volunteer opportunities visit their website.

Cent$ible Nutrition Program: 
Cent$ible Nutrition Program is a University of Wyoming program which helps people learn how to save money and time at the grocery store, cook quick and healthy meals, and stretch your food dollar. The Cent$ible Nutrition Program is free to those who qualify and all participants receive a free cookbook and kitchen tools. 

UW Food Pantry: 
Did you know the Branding Iron found that 1 in 3 University of Wyoming students were food insecure? UW runs a small food pantry out of the vestibule of the Student Union free for anyone to use! 

Ark Regional Services, Laramie
: Regional Services of Laramie offers a wide range of services and programs for people with intellectual disabilities and acquired brain injuries. From fine and performing arts opportunities to language arts and literacy classes, horticulture, and more Ark works with individuals and families to grow opportunities for living, learning, playing, and working.

Laramie SafeProject: SafeProject offers emergency shelter services, support services, financial assistance, prevention education, and outreach services. All of these services are free, confidential, and non-discriminatory. For more information call (307) 742-7273..
Comea Shelter: (Cooperative Ministry for Emergency Assistance) has operated as an emergency homeless shelter for anyone who finds themselves homeless. They operate on the belief that assistance should be available to anyone in need. Located in Cheyenne, they offer meals, shelter, case management, and some transportation.
Family Promise: Promise of Albany County is a secular, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting families at-risk of or experiencing homelessness. By partnering with local organizations, they can provide a wide range of services including wrap-around case work, shelter, and access to broader support networks for registered families. Families who need little extra support can also access our diaper and hygiene bank regardless of whether they are enrolled in our program.

Eppson Center
: Eppson Center for Seniors provides programs to independent senior living. Their low cost services include transportation, meal delivery activity programs, wellness programs to improve social integration, creativity, nutrition, and physical well-being. For information visit their websiteall (307)745-5116, or email

UW Transportation: transportation offers free transportation to UW students, facility, and Laramie residents. For information on bus routes and hours of operation visit . UW also offers Saferide which is an on-call public transportation service that operates late nights on the weekends to offer nonjudgmental "safe" rides home. For a ride call 307)766-7433 (307-766-RIDE). 

Laramie Connections: Connections offers free lifestyle/medical transportation to anyone in need (no requirements), as well a free Sunday evening meal (no income requirements) when Laramie Soup Kitchen is closed.

Heart 2 Heart: to Heart is a local pregnancy resource center. With a team of registered nurses they offer services in pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, nurse consultations, counseling, and education all at NO COST. For more information or information on how to give visit their website.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Wyoming: Brothers Big Sisters of Wyoming is a national program with a location in Laramie offering one-to-one services, after-school programs, and juvenile justice programs to all children who need it. These services are meant to be a positive and beneficial source for childhood development. No income basis is needed to enroll.

Parents as Teachers: as Teachers is a local service meant to support new or struggling parents. Their mission is to promote the optimal early development, learning and health of children by supporting and engaging their parents and caregivers.
Child Support Services of Wyoming: Wyoming child support program is administered by the Department of Family Services, Child Support Enforcement Program. It is governed by state and federal law, state and federal regulations and Title IV, Section D of the Social Security Act. They offer services in locating parents, genetic testing, establishing paternity, establishing child support, enforcing child support, initiating child support enforcement cases to other states, responding to child support enforcement cases initiated by other states, and reviewing and modifying child support orders. For more information see their booklet or sign up for services at

Wyoming Children’s Law Center: Children’s Law Center provides legal services at free or reduced rates to protect children’s safety and well-being by working with families, schools, and the courts for commonsense solutions. They provide holistic solutions to existing legal system, offer legal assistance, and mediation for custody related issues.
Legal Aid of Wyoming: Aid of Wyoming Inc. is a federally funded, non-profit law firm providing legal assistance to low-income individuals living in Wyoming. Legal Aid provides representation in many, though not all, types of civil cases. Legal Aid of Wyoming cannot represent defendants in criminal cases.

Clothing Cottage: Cottage serves Laramie and surrounding communities through the sale & redistribution of QUALITY used clothing, shoes, household items, and jewelry! They are happy to pass on FREE clothing or household items if you cannot afford them, simply ask at the counter. They also provide many clothing and household items FREE every day behind the Cottage across from the Laramie Soup Kitchen.

Express: Employment Professionals is a staffing company with a Laramie location. Express helps job seekers find full and part time jobs that work with their skills and needs. For more information and to sign up visit their website.

Wyoming Workforce Services: Wyoming Department of Workforce services offers job tools for job seekers at their website linked above.

Climb Wyoming: Wyoming is a service meant to aid low income single mothers with self sufficiently and career training. They provide life skills, mental health services, job training, job placement, and graduate services. For more information visit their website or their physical location on First Street.

Cathedral Home for Children: Home for Children offers help to children and families who have experienced trauma. They offer community care including crisis/ shelter care, residential care for youth who have experienced extensive trauma by teaching necessary skills to build healthy relationships, and preventative education programs.

Salvation Army Laramie
: for financial help during these hard times? Laramie’s small but mighty Salvation Army is assisting with utility payments, rental payments, and more. For contact info visit their website or more information visit their Facebook page
Alcoholics Anonymous
216 East Sheridan Street
Laramie, WY 82070
(307) 745-3322

Narcotics Anonymous:
United Methodist Church
1215 East Gibbon Street
Laramie, WY 82070 
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays @ 7:30 PM

Easy Does It Al-Anon
107 S 7th Street Laramie, WY
Sunday @ 6:30 PM 
Thursday @ 5:30 PM