The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering
in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers
and the generosity of donors.
The American Red Cross, through its strong network of volunteers, donors and partners, is always there
in times of need. We aspire to turn compassion into action so that...
...all people affected by disaster across the country and around the world receive care, shelter and hope;
...our communities are ready and prepared for disasters...
We seek to discover new cures for brain diseases. Through our novel research model, we are finding, patenting, and testing new drugs that slow the progress of these neurodegenerative diseases.
The Brain Chemistry Labs uses a novel model for drug discovery that is significantly different from traditional pharmaceutical companies. It invites world leaders in appropriate disciplines to perform key components of our research. The Labs model is patient focused, efficient, and cost effective. It incorporates a blend of novel discovery, human capital, and a singular mission to move from cause to cure.
The Children's Grand Adventure is a nonprofit that enables pediatric cancer patients to kickstart their healing process through experiencing the power of potential and beauty of life in the Tetons and Yellowstone. Over 100 children have participated in a CGA program over the past decade, and many patients return as counselors in following years for our week-long
programs. We believe in the healing power of exploration and outdoor adventure.
We partner with Teton Science Schools to bring pediatric cancer patients from various hospitals around the US to the Tetons for a week-long program every summer (and some winters), including hiking, camping, rafting, wildlife safaris, and more. We also hold at least two events each year in Jackson - our Firepit Welcome, and The Stars Are Ours auction event.
CLC supports the development of the whole child through Early Childhood Care and Education, Early Interventions and Access for All.
CLC offers early childhood services to children birth through 5 including: free developmental screenings; individualized therapies for children with special needs; Head Start and Early Head Start for at-risk families; full day-year round inclusive childcare and preschool including Montessori.
City Kids Wilderness Project is a non-profit organization founded on the belief that providing enriching life experiences for DC children can enhance their lives, the lives of their families and the greater community.
City Kids enrolls 20 new 6th graders every year and supports them through a six-year process to realize their individual potential. During the school year, we are based in DC and provide after-school and weekend outdoor adventure programming. In the summer we move to Jackson, WY where we run three sessions of summer camp, as well as career exploration and job training programming for our older youth.
Climb Wyoming's mission is for low-income single mothers to discover self-sufficiency through career training and placement.
Climb offers comprehensive services including job skills training, life skills and parenting classes, group and individual therapy, career placement services, and ongoing support to low-income single mothers in the Teton Area resulting in long-term, self-sufficient careers that support their families.
Community Entry Services is dedicated to empowering people with disabilities to maximize independence and lead satisfying productive lives in the community.
Community Entry Services provides essential services, supports and supervision to individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries to maintain an independent lifestyle in a safe and therapeutic environment.
To improve lives by connecting those in need with a network of resources.
CRCTV provides professional, confidential case management and individual advocacy services for residents of Teton County, ID, and Alta, WY; facilitates efficient and effective collaboration of health and human service agency work through the Teton Valley Systems of Care group; and fills gaps in human services within the community through creative, evidence-based programming.
Supporting lasting change in the lives of those affected by domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking, through free and confidential services available 24 hours a day.
Emergency shelter at the Newton House of Hope, 24-hour Help-Line, Advocacy, Support Groups, Resource Referrals, Transitional Housing, Protection/Stalking Order Assistance, Junior Advocate Program for Teens, Trainings for Any Audience.
Fostering inclusive workplaces for people with disabilities.
The right to work belongs to us all and finding consistent, meaningful work is a challenge for individuals with disabilities. Cultivate Ability is committed to this mission. We work with businesses to create inclusive work environments that benefit the employer, the employee and our greater community.
Environmental Health Trust provides research and education about environmental health hazards. Current projects include raising public awareness of issues: smoking, asbestos, diagnostic radiation, air pollution and safer cell phone usage.
The Good Samaritan Mission's purpose is to provide an environment conducive to the physical, emotional and spiritual well being of the people we serve. Our goal is to assist each of our guests toward independent living and self-sufficiency.
Men and Women's shelter open 24-7; Drop in Center open daily 7:00AM - 8:00PM; Community Meals Program: Breakfast 7:00 - 7:30 daily, Dinner 5:30-6:00 pm daily; Case Management.
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope.
An affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, Teton Habitat is a non-profit organization that works to strengthen our community by building simple, decent homes in partnership with hardworking community members and people from all walks of life. We envision a community where everyone has a decent place to live.
Hole Food Rescue's mission is to reduce food waste and cultivate food insecurity in our community.
We rescue excess food from local grocery stores and restaurants to reduce food waste in Teton County. These items are then sorted through and redistributed to the community through our No-Cost Grocery & Sprout Programs. Through these initiatives, we bring free, healthy food directly to those who may be experiencing food insecurity.
To empower youth, women and families to make healthy lifestyle choices through equine facilitated instruction and activities, mentoring, education, personal accountability, values, ethics and community service.
Horse Warriors;™ Power Ponies™ & Mighty Mustangs™ Parenting Programs; Horses of the Goddess Professional EFMH Practitioners Development; White Horse Social; Women & Horses; Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy sessions; Cancer Kickers™ free program for those recovering from Cancer (and their caregivers/families)
Providing immigrants with hope and help in finding a path to legal residency
Immigrant Hope - WY/ID offers honest, low-cost legal advice and representation in U.S. immigration law. We are recognized and accredited by the US Dept of Justice under OLAP (Office of Legal Access Programs). We meet with low-income clients to determine their possibilities for a path to legal US residency, then work together with them to produce all the legal documents required for that path.
The Jackson Cupboard provides essential, nutritious, food for our community members in need.
The Jackson Cupboard is a food bank that opened its doors in 2001 and has been serving the Jackson community since that time. It is a non-political, non-religious organization. The Cupboard operates off of 100% private donation; receives no government funding. 95% of monetary donations are used to purchase food. 5,000+ people served annually.
The Jackson Hole Community Counseling Center’s Mission is to promote mental wellness and to provide ESSENTIAL mental health services in Teton County, regardless of the ability to pay.
JHCCC is state certified, designated Community Mental Health Center for Teton County. We are the “safety net” in the community and provide essential outpatient mental health services as well as crisis services 24/7 for Adults, children and families. This is done offering a sliding fee scale that is based on income, additional fee adjustments are also available.
The Jackson Hole Community Housing Trust advances our mission of cultivating a vibrant community through housing through collaboration, innovation, and stewardship.
Housing is the foundation of a community. It supports our local economy, it enables delivery of quality care and services; and most importantly it is where individuals find stability and families grow. If the people who provide our essential services are squeezed out of Jackson because they cannot afford a home, then Jackson will cease to be the thriving and diverse community we all treasure.
The mission of JH Fire/EMS is the protection of life and property from the adverse effects of fires, medical emergencies and exposures to manmade and/or natural dangerous conditions.
Jackson Hole Fire/EMS is an all-hazards, combination fire department. We employ both full-time members and volunteer members. We also maintain active fire prevention, electrical inspections and public education programs.
Mission: To empower, inspire, and enrich lives through Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies.
Vision: We envision an inclusive community in which every ability is embraced, all potentials are maximized, and together we thrive.
We are an inclusive and compassionate organization. Empowerment is at the heart of everything we do. We believe that everyone deserves to reach their full potential and this belief guides our commitment to adaptable and accessible programs. Our team supports participants in their ongoing pursuit of confidence, strength, and independence.
Together, we create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.
We have granted heartfelt wishes of over 550 children across Wyoming since our chapter was founded in 1985. Each year, we grant as many as 36 wishes of Wyoming children with critical illnesses. We rely on over 65 volunteers across the state and local donors and supporters to make our mission possible. To find out how you can be a part of helping us transform lives, one wish at a time, please visit wyoming.wish.org.
One22 exists to invest in and support our neighbors who face health, financial and cultural challenges. (due to recent merger now includes Jackson Cupboard)
Helping Teton County families establish financial stability
Ensuring Teton County families get the health care they need
Working with Latino families to engage in community and civic life in Teton County
To be a community, rooted in Christ, reaching out in love.
Sunday Worship Services: 8am and 10:15am
Wednesday Community Dinners: 6:15pm
Adult Studies: 5:15pm Wednesdays and 9am Sundays
20s & 30s Young Adult Group: 7pm on Wednesdays
Women's Bible Study: noon on Tuesdays
Children, Youth & Family Programming: Little Lambs Preschool, JOY Summer Camp, K-8th Wednesday After-School Adventures, Music Academy, Middle School Breakfast Club Thursdays at 7:45am
We provide holiday gifts for Teton County, Wyoming children whose economic and family situations qualify. We accomplish this mission through our fundraising efforts, the gifts from our generous donors, negotiated discounts with local merchants and the shopping expertise of our volunteers.
After vetting families through Systems of Care agencies and schools, we dispatch volunteer shoppers to procure gifts on children’s wish lists, using the funds we have raised through OBFR and other donations.
The Senior Center of Jackson Hole is the community hub for active people over 60 looking for inspiration and well-being so they can achieve their physical and mental health goals and live their best lives. We create this hub through a focus on respect, caring, and fun while providing best-in-class in-center and in-home activities and programs, as well as community outreach and advocacy.
Provide expert medical care to children with orthopaedic conditions, REGARDLESS OF ABILITY TO PAY. Education of physicians and healthcare professionals Conduct research to improve the quality of care and quality of life of children
Since 1925, this 40-bed hospital has provided life-changing care for children with orthopaedic conditions, from throughout the Intermountain West; State-of-the-art EOS imaging system; 3D Motion Analysis Lab; Orthotics and Prosthetics Department; Wheelchair & Seating Department; CARE PROVIDED REGARDLESS OF ABILITY TO PAY
The Purpose of St. John’s Auxiliary is to promote and advance the welfare of St. John’s Medical Center. This is accomplished by educating members so they may serve as ambassadors for the Medical Center in the community, and through fundraising activities and service to the hospital and its patients.
We are a loving faith community who has been here for more than 100 years. We are a passionate, imperfect family leading the way to make a love-spreading difference in our community and beyond. Partnering with God, we are hard workers, intent upon finding and meeting the needs of God's children.
Our work goes far beyond the walls as we open our hearts and hands to the public through a variety of programs, events, and services. On campus we house One22, Jackson Cupboard, Browse 'N Buy, Bright Beginnings Preschool, and 12-step programs.
The mission of the St. John's Health Foundation is to secure philanthropic support to advance the mission and strategic objectives of St. John’s Health, including patient-centered care, clinical excellence, and community wellness.
St. John’s Health Foundation envisions a broad community of fully aware, engaged, committed, and grateful members for whom the advancement of community health and wellness through St. John’s Health is their philanthropic priority.
Stripping For A Cure is an annual women's fly fishing event held on the Snake River in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Proceeds from the event are donated to the St. John's Health Foundation’s Women's Healthcare Fund, to assist cancer patients and their families with the challenges of treatment and recovery.
Our mission is to promote, support and develop recreation opportunities for people with disabilities living in and visiting the Greater Teton Area.
TAS creates outdoor sports opportunities for people with disabilities by assisting with accessibility at events, , training instructors and coaches, providing special equipment and offering scholarships when cost is the barrier to inclusion. Teton Adaptive strives to make all activities in our area accessible to people with disabilities.
We envision a safe environment and a health community. Our mission is to promote the health and wellbeing of the community through protection and prevention efforts in collaboration with an engaged public and other community partners. We value proactive and responsive service, teamwork, professionalism, and respect for all.
Public Health Nursing Services: immunizations, reproductive health and family planning, STI and HIV screening, TB testing, diabetes screening, Maternal and Child Health
Environmental Health: Restaurant inspections, pool and spa inspections, water lab
Emergency Preparedness & Response
Community Prevention: Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drug Prevention and Suicide Prevention
To serve all victims of reported crime through education about victims' rights, crisis intervention, supportive services and advocacy in the criminal justice system.
Direct services to victims of crime. Services include crisis intervention, emergency financial assistance, Crime Victim Compensation/Restitution, court escort and support, stalking and domestic violence protection orders.
To support people with Parkinson’s Disease, their families and care partners by offering educational programs, connections to community therapeutic resources, and uplifting social activities.
The Teton Parkies is a support group for people with Parkinson's Disease and their partners. The group meets two times per month to learn about advancements in treatments for Parkinson's disease, share resources, and socialize and support one another. Teton Parkies coordinates opportunities for members to participate in fitness classes specific to PD and a once a month meet-up for care partners.
Help children and families find their way to fulfilling and constructive lives.
Van Vleck's Group Home and Crisis Shelter, Juvenile Diversion Program, Hirschfield Center for Childrens' Family Advocate Program, Jackson Hole Leadership Program, and Red Top Meadows Residential Treatment Center.
To offer free, confidential, compassionate counseling and education to women, men and families with pregnancy needs.
Services such as pregnancy tests, peer and professional counseling for unplanned pregnancy and pregnancy loss, Earn While You Learn Incentive Program, community referals, pregnancy and sexual education.
Our Mission is to be an ally with the indigenous people living on the Wind River Reservation, by supporting and providing for long term community health, as well as to assist in fulfilling the emergency essential needs of individuals. We pursue our mission by assisting to empower the Wind River Reservation community by directing funding and resources towards existing programs, as well as by supporting the development of new programs that advance community health.
WRCA actively supports the development of a transitional living center/shelter for abused women, food sovereignty programs, creating an art program, and addressing the lack of wireless utility capability. We also support emergency needs that the community cannot fulfill such as ensuring hot water for households, providing household fuel for heating and cooking, and housing of the homeless.
Wyoming 2-1-1 will provide comprehensive information and referrals regarding Wyoming health and human services and will be available to assist Wyoming communities with disaster preparedness and response.
Wyoming 2-1-1 is a comprehensive, statewide provider of information and referral for Wyomingites. 2-1-1 is an easy to remember, free helpline for people looking for community services and resources, especially for those who need essential services, such as food, shelter, counseling, employment assistance, and more.
Our mission is to build healthy families through adoption, and to advocate for birth families, children and adoptive families.
Wyoming Children's Society is a non-profit adoption agency with infant, waiting child and international adoption programs. WCS is licensed throughout the state of Wyoming and is able to complete home studies and post placement/post adoption reports for adoptive families.