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Name of Organization : Salvation Army Gillette Service Center

Category : Assistance

Phone No. : 307-682-6982 Emergency and After Hours 307-680-8881

Email :

Address : 620 N HWY 14/16, Gillette, WY 82716 .

Brief Description Of Services : Hours: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Friday: Services Provided: Assistance is provided to low-income individuals and families. Rent, mobile home lot rent, mortgage payments with eviction is imminent, Foodbank, utility bills when shut off is imminent, utility or rent deposits to help a homeless client into a permanent home, work necessities; workbooks, MSHA Class, Uniforms, ETC. Emergency prescription when all other resources are exhausted, Case Management as needed, Provide referrals to other agencies when needed.

Name of Organization : LIEAP (Low Income Energy Assistance Program)

Category : Assistance

Phone No. : 1-800-246-4221

Email :

Address : PO Box 827, Cheyenne, WY 82003 .

Brief Description Of Services : "The Low-Income Energy Assistance Program’s (LIEAP) helps low- and fixed-income families and individuals pay their heating bills during the winter months. When approved for LIEAP, you may also be approved for the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP). WAP helps qualified individuals and families reduce their home heating costs by making their homes more energy-efficient. Applications Available October 1 - End of February"

Name of Organization : WIC (Women, Infants and Children)

Category : Assistance

Phone No. : 307-686-8560

Email :

Address : 2301 S 4-J Road, Gillette, WY 82718 .

Brief Description Of Services : "Wyoming WIC provides food and nutrition information to help pregnant women, breastfeeding women, infants, and children under the age of five stay healthy and strong. Eligibility Requirements: Live in Wyoming. Are a pregnant, postpartum or breast feeding woman, an infant, or child under 5 years of age. Have a nutritional need. Household income that fits the guidelines Currently receive POWER, SNAP, or Medicaid Mothers, Fathers, guardians, or foster parents may apply for WIC for their children. The WIC staff are knowledgeable professionals that provide: Counseling on how to use WIC approved foods A WYO W.E.S.T card to buy foods Immunization screening and referrals Information on food shopping, recipes, taking care of babies, and breastfeeding Information on healthy eating during pregnancy and breastfeeding Nutrition for your child Referrals to doctors, public health nursing, dentists and programs like: SNAP (Food Stamps) POWER Medicaid Kid Care/CHIP Best Beginnings Children's Special Health Services Head Start Cent$ible Nutrition Program Day care Fuel assistance Benefits of WIC: Women eat better and have healthier babies, infants weigh more at birth and grow and develop better, children eat foods with more iron and vitamin C, visit their doctors regularly, and are monitored for their immunization status. How to Apply For WIC: To set up an appointment, call the Campbell County WIC program at 307-686-8560. WIC approved foods include: Fresh vegetables, fruits, and juice Cereal, whole grain bread, brown rice, and oatmeal Peanut butter, dried beans / peas, and canned beans Canned tuna, canned salmon, and eggs Infant foods Milk, soy beverage, and cheese"

Name of Organization : Donated Dental Services Program

Category : Assistance

Phone No. : 855-582-7896

Email :

Address : 1800 15th Street, STE 100, Denver, CO 80202 .

Brief Description Of Services : Hours: Monday and Thursday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm, Tuesdays and Wednesdays 7:00 am - 2:00 pm

Name of Organization : Council of Community Services

Category : Assistance

Phone No. : 307-686-2730

Email :

Address : 114 4-J Road, Gillette, WY 82716 .

Brief Description Of Services :

Helping People Help Themselves”

CCS is a Community Action Agency, providing eleven programs to assist low-income in Campbell County for over 50 years:


Food pantry – A client choice food pantry, where qualified low-income individuals and families can supplement their grocery budget with once a month grocery pickup.


Housing: Three different levels of housing – An Emergency Homeless Shelter, Permanent Supportive Housing for Families working with DFS, and Permanent Supportive Housing for chronically homeless adults.


Soup Kitchen - a daily, nutritional, noontime meal served daily except 4th of July.


Second’s on the Avenue - a thrift store selling clothing, household items, and furniture. Second’s also provides vouchers to low income qualified individuals and families to receive clothing, furniture, and necessary household items.


The Greenhouse – A 24 hour group home for adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness.


Emergency Medical/Dental assistance - For individuals who qualify, assistance is available for help with prescription medications, eyeglasses, tooth extractions, and more.


Weatherization – Our services help the most vulnerable members of our population save money on their energy bills and in turn, take a large burden off already struggling households by making their homes more energy efficient and safe.


Seconds on the Avenue is a community thrift store and voucher program owned and operated by the Council of Community Services. Our store has many brand name and new items at extremely low prices. We sell women’s, men’s and children’s clothing, as well as furniture, household items, and various other goods. Seconds on the Avenue also offers a voucher program to serve qualified individuals and families in need of clothing, winter wear, furniture, and household items. This program also helps individuals with professional clothing to help them apply for employment or continue to be successful in their jobs.

Name of Organization : Blessings in a Backpack

Category : Assistance

Phone No. : 3072280311

Email :

Address : 601 W 1st Street Gillette Wy 82716.

Brief Description Of Services :

We are a nonprofit organization that provides food for the kids in need over the weekend during the school year. Our food is purchased through 100% monetary donations. At this time, we are serving around 850 kids each week.

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