If you are told to isolate at home and you need assistance, please don't hesitate to call a friend or neighbor.
Most people are more than happy to help if you just ask. If however, you don't feel comfortable asking those around you, we have volunteers who are willing to run small errands on your behalf. The following people can assist in finding someone to help you:
Kim West 307-783-0327
Eric Klatt 307-321-6133 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Merrillee Francom 307-389-9203 x 206
or e-mail email@example.com
Please keep in mind that we still need to follow the distancing guidelines of 6 foot, so no hugs or handshakes, and less than 10 people in any group setting.
Their websites have been combined with all the information you need to stay informed and be prepared.
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Are you looking for ways to utilize your professional skills, or "give back" a little to your community? People of all ages can help those in need of assistance. During times of emergency, anyone may need a little help, and you may be the answer to their prayers.
We have several ways you can volunteer to help in your community. First, check the I Need tab above for local contact information. Emergency Management is tasked with volunteerism, so you should first check with us locally. Call Kim West at 307-783-0327 M-F, 8 am - 5 pm. or you can call one of the other numbers listed. You may also register to help during disasters and other times of need through one of the following online registration tools:
It’s simple click on volunteer now or register, fill out the volunteer profile and you’re on your way. In the serve wyoming site, become a fan of your favorite organizations so you’re the first to know of new opportunities in your area.