Nonprofit Partners of the
Emergency Response Fund

Learn more about some of the organizations in Jackson Hole, Wyoming community that have received support from the Community Emergency Response Fund.

Teton County Behavioral Health Assessment

This report and research were made possible by the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole’s Community Emergency Response Fund, and the guidance of a steering committee comprised of 19 organizations. The group sought to understand the behavioral health needs of those who live and work in Teton County, Wyoming, particularly in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. FSG, a nonprofit social impact consulting firm, was engaged to facilitate a collaborative research process to identify needs and opportunities to improve community mental well-being. To inform this report, FSG designed and administered two surveys (in partnership with a survey firm called Professional Research Consultants), conducted secondary research, interviewed community leaders, and facilitated a series of four cross-sector steering committee workshops.

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Grant Recipients

The following organizations have received grant support
from the Community Emergency Response Fund:

Art Association of Jackson Hole
Becoming Jackson Whole
Center for the Arts & the Resident Organizations
Central Wyoming College
Children’s Learning Center/ Head Start
Community Safety Network
Coombs Outdoors
Forget-Me-Not Thrift Store
Fund for Public Education
Good Samaritan Mission
Grand Teton National Park Foundation
Hole Food Rescue
Hole Quarantine
Jackson Hole Community Counseling Center
Jackson / Teton County Affordable Housing
KHOL 89.1 – Jackson Hole Community Radio

Mental Health JH
One22 Resource Center
PAWS of Jackson Hole
Silicon Couloir
Senior Center of Jackson Hole
Slow Food in the Tetons
Spread the Love Commission
Teewinot Institute
Teton Free Clinic
Teton County Health Department
Teton County Parks & Recreation
Teton County Search & Rescue Foundation
Teton Literacy Center
Teton Youth and Family Services
Town of Jackson

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Community Emergency Response Fund.


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