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  • PO Box 1364 | Pinedale, WY 82941

Local Resource Directory

1st Call for Help (non-emergency)

877-435-7851 (toll free)


First Call For Help is an informational and referral service that directs individuals to the appropriate community program based upon their needs.
Serving Lincoln, Sublette, Sweetwater, Teton & Uinta Counties

PO Box 189
280 Monroe Avenue
Green River, WY 82935

A SW-WRAP Community Initiative and United Way Community Partner


American Cancer Society

For more information contact Melissa 307-231-2738 or Diana 307-362-5074,Diana.rudelich@cancer.org. More info online at www.subletteclimb.com

Childcare Coalition

To promote and support quality and affordable child care for all children in Sublette County.

301 Main St. PMB 1470
Marbleton, WY 83113

Dept of Vocational Rehab

Department of Vocational Rehabilitation
PO Box 87
Kemmerer, WY 83101

Margie Points

307-877-9334 By appointment in Sublette County

The Department of Workforce Services is committed to helping people with disabilities establish and reach vocational goals that help them become productive working citizens. The Department of Workforce Services’ Vocational Rehabilitation Division can provide only those services which are necessary for eligible individuals to reach the employment goal agreed to in the Individualized Plan for Employment. These services may include, but are not limited to:

  • Eligibility Assessment;
  • Counseling and Guidance;
  • Referral Services;
  • Job Search and Placement Assistance;
  • Job Retention and Career Follow-Up;
  • Vocational and Other Training Services;
  • Facilitation of diagnosis and treatment of physical and mental impairments;
  • Transportation Services;
  • Personal Assistance Services;
  • Deaf & Blind Interpretive Services;
  • Rehabilitation Teaching Services;
  • Occupational Licenses, Tools and Equipment;
  • Self-Employment Opportunities;
  • Rehabilitation Technology Services;
  • Transition Services (from school-to-work); and
  • Supported Employment Services.

The criteria for determining eligibility for Vocational Rehabilitation Services are as follows:

  • The individual has a physical or mental impairment;
  • The impairment constitutes or results in a substantial impediment to employment;
  • The individual shall be presumed to be able to benefit in terms of an employment outcome from the provision of VR services unless there is clear and convincing evidence that the applicant is incapable of benefiting in terms of an employment outcome from VR services;
  • The applicant requires services to prepare for, enter into, engage in, regain, or retain gainful employment consistent with the applicant’s strengths, concerns, abilities, capabilities and informed choice.


Extension Office

Sublette County Extension

PO Box 579
621 South Pine
Pinedale, WY 82941
(307) 367-4380 or (307) 276-3301


Services include, but are not limited to the following classes and programs:

  • Cent$ible Nutrition
  • 4-H
  • Money Management
  • Food Safety
  • Eat Wyoming
  • Nutrition
  • Personal Finance
  • Wellness in Wyoming
  • Dining with Diabetes
  • Serve Safe

FAC – National Guard

Family Assistance Center – National Guard

Bill Hoopes


By appointment in Sublette County

Family Resource Center

Kathy Garrison


In Sweetwater County

Provides supervised visitation, supervised exchange of children

Private, non-profit

Anger management, parenting classes

Garrett’s PALMS

Prevention, Awareness, Legislation Against Medications That May Cause Suicide
Phone: Carole Richie – 307-537-5203 or
Alternate Phone: Suzy Michnevich307-537-5496
Address: Garret’s PALMS | PO Box 153 | Boulder, WY 82923



The Wyoming Statewide GEAR UP project provides services to 2,000 low-income pre-college students through out the state each year. Student services include career exploration, advising and supporting students in taking a college preparation curriculum, college preparation, ACT preparation, college exploration, application, and planning, and assistance with financial aid processes and procedures. Jocelyn Moore – Outreach Specialist

PO Box 2261Pinedale, WY 82941
(307) 367-2406
(307) 382-1636 fax




North End of County contact

Sublette BOCES
PO Box 977
101 E Hennick
Pinedale, WY 82941



Green Pastures Community Food Closet

Food Closet
PO Box 133
Big Piney, WY 83113


Kay Robertson – Director

The Community Food Closet provides boxes of food for families with financial difficulties. Donations from our thrift store “Green Pastures” and purchases provide a major portion of the income for purchasing food for the distributions.

If your family has a need, please contact Kay.


Happy Endings Animal Rescue

To save lives and relieve the suffering of animals by increasing the number of animals adopted into permanent, compatible and caring homes.

To end shelter killing of healthy animals by placing homeless companion animals into forever homes.


Susan Kramer
Phone: 307-367-2394
Cell: 307-360-7800
E-mail: susan @ hear-wyo.org
P.O. Box 1835,
Pinedale, Wyoming 82941-0713


Kickin’ Cancer

Kickin’ Cancer

To assist Sublette County, Wyoming cancer patients undergoing treatment by helping to defray the costs of medical expenses. In addition, we help with travel, food and lodging which come from living in a rural location far from treatment centers.

Cancer treatment alone is costly. In addition, residents of Sublette County who are diagnosed with cancer travel hundreds of miles for treatments, take extended time off work, and often require lodging while undergoing treatment. For some, these added expenses are a burden that can hamper their ability to receive proper care.

Kickin’ Cancer in Sublette County strives to raise funds through special fundraising events as well as outright gifts. Donations are tax-deductible. We are a non-profit, volunteer group formed by local residents.


Kickin’ Cancer in Sublette County
PO Box 687
Pinedale, Wyoming 82941

For more information please call Sheila Boyce at 307-367-2299


Lions Club


Services include, but are not limited to:

  • Pre-School Vision Screening
  • Braille Institute
  • Eye Glass Recycling
  • Vision Cost Assistance
  • Rocky Mountain Eye Bank
  • Diabetes Awareness
  • Health Fair
  • Home & Garden Show
  • Pinedale Half Marathon Luncheon
  • Highway Clean-up
  • Easter Egg Hunt
  • Angel Tree
  • Rendezvous Parade & Rendezvous Pageant Concessions
  • Pinedale High School Scholarships
  • Sublette County Special Olympics
  • Snowmobile Raffle
  • Freshman Basketball Tournament
  • International Disaster Relief and more!

President Mindi Crabb
367-3341 or mindi@bywaymarketing.com

Membership Chairperson Randy Belton
367-2289 or randy026@centurytel.net

Eye Glass Assistance Chairperson Tammy Hersom
537-3577 or hersom4@aol.com

Meetings When: 1st & 3rd Thursday, 7:00 am

Where: Rendezvous Pointe, 425 E


McKenzie Meningitis

McKenzie Meningitis

To educate those individuals most susceptible to meningitis. To provide funds for those who cannot afford to participate in the state vaccination program, or who are outside the age eligibility, but are still at risk.

PO Box 1368
Pinedale, WY 82941


Laurie Hartwig



MESA Therapeutic

Carla Sullivan, MESA Therapeutic Horsemanship

  • June -Sept, at Pinedale rodeo grounds, provide recreational/therapeutic opportunity for indi with special needs (estimating about 200 applicants), addressing physical, mental, & behavioral challenges (balance, coordination, strengthening core, riding skills, language skills, increasing cognitive, psychology, behavioral, & physical goals)
  • starting w therapeutic riding for ages 5-18, then add hippotherapy (children under 100 lbs, speech issues), driving, vaulting, & EFL for all ages in the county and also year round services when set up with fairgrounds
  • PATH – Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship
  • Volunteers needed (ages 13 & up)– leader/side walker, feeding/caring for horses, office work, fundraising, maintenance/construction of facilities; monetary donations; horses & equipment
  • nominal fee of $25/lesson due to donations/fundraisers (Horse Poker Run, Sept 8th) and Wild Riders Fund for 50-minute private session, once per week, for 4 weeks, or group sessions about 1hr10minutes.

Pinedale Fine Arts Council

Pinedale Fine Arts Council

Since 1976, the Pinedale Fine Arts Council has been presenting high quality arts programs to the people of Sublette County. In addition to our programming, we also provide a number of community outreach programs and highly intensive school residencies to both school districts in our county. It is our goal to offer everyone in our community a truly artistic experience regardless of age.

Each year, the Pinedale Fine Arts Council works closely with Sublette County school teachers and administators to present highly educational, hands-on learning experience via our artist-in-residency program. These programs may consist of a simple one-day writing exercise featuring a prominent Wyoming writer, a band workshop or itmay involve a multi-week long poetry residency capped off by an entire school grade reading poetry aloud to one-another. It is also our goal to present different artists and mediums each school year.

We also offer a number of community outreach programs aimed at providing an arts experience to those members of our community who reside in county senor centers and nursing facilities. When presenting an artist for our season ticket events we almost always present that same artist to residents of both the Big Piney and Pinedale senior centers. This allows us to reach our mission of reaching out to our entire community and also generates interest in our season ticket events. We also present artists to other small facets of our community such as our county preschools and “mancamps” (temporary living facilities for gas field employees).

Each year, PFAC awards one student in the Pinedale High School with a $100 college scholarship as part of our Millenium Arts Award. The winner of the award creates a small sculpture which is caste in aluminum and attached to the Millenium Arts Sculpture in front of the Pinedale High School. Designs are based on students applications which ask for a paragraph on “why art is important to me” as well as a drawing which illustrates this answer. The Millenium Arts Award is now in its 8th year.



Rendezvous Pointe

A Gathering Place for Seniors and Their Community

Rendezvous Pointe is a non-profit senior and community center located in Pinedale, Wyoming. We are committed to keeping seniors and the disabled in our community healthy, active, self-reliant and able to live in their own homes or independently as long as possible. Yet we and others are also working on building new senior housing for those who choose to leave their own homes and can live independently.

Community Based In-Home Services allow Sublette County seniors and disabled adults maintain their independence and live in their own homes for as long and as safely as possible

Lending Closet: Beyond In-Home Services, Rendezvous Pointe offers a lending closet for anyone in temporary need whether due to an accident, surgery or other infirmity. Among other items, the Closet includes walkers, canes, crutches, shower and bath benches, pill boxes, toilet seat, risers, wheelchairs, electric wheelchairs, and wheelchair ramps.

We are generously supported by our local community including the Sublette County Commissioners, the Pinedale Town Council, the Sublette County Rural Health Care Board, and many businesses and individuals. Rendezvous Pointe also receives support from the Aging Division in Wyoming’s Department of Health, the Wyoming Senior Services Board, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

425 E. Magnolia
Pinedale, Wyoming




Rural Health Care District

Sublette County Rural Health District


The mission of the Sublette County Rural Health District (SCRHD) is to provide accessible, progressive, patient-focused healthcare in a positive environment. The SCRHD oversees the operation of two medical clinics – one in Pinedale and one in Big Piney/Marbleton – and all EMS services in Sublette County. The SCRHD strives to provide the highest level of patient care to area residents and visitors. The medical clinics offer clinical hours Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm, as well as Saturday mornings and emergency care 24/7/365. Our staff comprises nurses,nurse practitioners, physician’s assistants, lab technicians, radiology technicians, and Family Practice Physicians, clinic support staff and administration. Specialists from surrounding cities visit the clinics on rotating schedules.

Rob Harding, CEO


103 West 3rd Street 619 East Hennick Ave
PO Box 787 Pinedale, WY 82941
Big Piney, WY 83113 (307) 367-4133
(307)276-3306 (307) 367-6636(fax)
(307)-276-5779 (fax)

Serve Wyoming

Please go to this website…


Zoe White
PO Box 687
Pinedale, WY 82941
Phone: 307-749-7076
Toll Free Phone: 866-737-8304
Fax: 307-234-3438
Email: zoe@servewyoming.org
Web Site: http://www.servewyoming.org


SW Sub Co Pioneers Senior Ctr

The Southwest Sublette County Pioneers Senior Center is located at 429 East First Street in Marbleton, one block east of the old center.

Hours: Monday – Friday from 8AM to 4PM.
Lunch is served Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at noon. ($4 for Seniors and $7 for non-seniors).

Southwest Sublette County Senior Center
Joan Mitchell, Director
429 E First Street
PO Box 33
Big Piney, WY 83113
Phone: 307-276-3249


United Way of Southwest WY


2009-2010 Partners Include:




Teton County WIC
460 East Pearl, Suite 3
Jackson, WY 83001
Phone (307) 734-1060
Hours: M – Thur 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Outreach Sites:
Pinedale – Sublette Public Health Nursing Office
619 East Hennick
Pinedale, WY 82941
Phone – To make an appointment, call the Jackson WIC office at (307) 734-1060
To reach staff on the day of outreach ONLY, call 307-690-9604
Hours: 2nd Tuesday of each month 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Big Piney – Sublette County Library
7106 S. Fish Street
Big Piney, WY 83113
Phone – To make an appointment, call the Jackson WIC office at (307) 734-1060
To reach staff on the day of outreach ONLY, call 307-367-4114 (ask for WIC)
Hours: The next to the last Monday of each month 9:30 am to 3:00 pm

WIC is a Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children which serves to safeguard the health of low-income women, infants, & children up to age 5 who are at nutritional risk by providing nutritious supplemental foods, health and nutrition, screening and education, breastfeeding support, and referrals to healthcare.