About Us

Community Action of Laramie County is dedicated to eliminating poverty by empowering people through education, advocacy, crisis intervention and providing opportunities toward self-sufficiency.

Leading the way to reduce poverty in Wyoming.

Community Action Promise
Community Action changes people’s lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities, and makes America a better place to live. We care about the entire community, and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other.

Making a difference

  • Head Start serves more than 360 preschool children.
  • The Self-Sufficiency and Housing program assists more than 1,000 households annually --a total of about 2,500 individuals--with emergency help or by providing work-related needs.
  • Self-reliance group workshops on money management, communication skills, budgeting and career planning are free and open to our clients and the public.
  • Community Action’s Health Care for the Homeless encounters over 3,000 men, women and children and is able to assist over 1,000 of those persons in need.
  • Kinship Support Services has assisted kinship providers with approximately 70 Guardianship papers within the last year. Kinship additionally hosts monthly support meetings, providing dinner, respite and training sessions covering current and/or immediate issues.

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Our Programs

211 W. 19th Street
Cheyenne, WY 82001
19th Street between Capitol and Carey
(307) 635-9291
Monday - Friday 8am-5pm

Additional closures as follows:
Closed New Years' Day
Closed Martin Luther King Day
Closed President's Day
Closed on Easter Monday
Closed on Memorial Day
Closed on Fourth of July
Close at noon on Cheyenne Day
Closed on Labor Day
Closed on Veteran's Day
Closed on Thanksgiving
Closed on Day after Thanksgiving
(Black Friday)
Close at noon on Christmas Eve
Closed on Christmas Day
Close at noon on New Years' Eve
Our offices may be closed due to extreme inclement weather.