Psychological Health (Army/Air)
Supports and coordinates mental health access for a service member and family needs, responsible for providing direct assessment/referral, provide clinical case management, provide critical incident event management services and responds to command requests for briefings and military personnel concerns. Need to Talk? Air members call 307-772-6425 and Army members call 307-772-6425
Military One Source
Military OneSource is a one-stop shop for military families. It provides information on health, career, parenting, finances, legal, recreation, special needs and more. The site also provides podcasts, webinars, discussion boards, moderated chat and current news feeds. MOS staff will research local community resources on a case-by-case basis for any need a family may have, from counseling to child care to auto repair. Counselors trained at the master’s level or higher are available 24/7 at 1-800-342-9647 and can provide up to 6 free confidential counseling sessions per issue.
Substance Abuse Prevention
The Army Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) Program exists to teach the Soldiers of the Wyoming Army National Guard the skills and knowledge needed to make low risk choices with regards to alcohol and illegal drugs. The ASAP program also connects Soldiers who have either been identified or self-identified as to having a substance abuse disorder with evaluation and treatment programs so that they can rebound from the issues and return to being a ready and resilient member of the Wyoming Army National Guard.
The Suicide Prevention Program supports the goal of the WYARNG to minimize suicidal behavior by reducing the risk of suicide for WYARNG Soldiers, DOD Civilians, and Family members. The Suicide Prevention Program Manager provides the NGB approved trainings, Ask Care Escort- Suicide Intervention (ACE-SI) and Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) to all WYARNG Soldiers, DOD Civilians and Family members. The Suicide-Prevention Programs implements measures to address and minimize risk factors for suicide while strengthening the factors that mitigate those risks.
The Resilience Program provides soldiers with the necessary tools and resources to adapt and overcome major obstacles that may be encountered during daily life. We also facilitate Master Resiliency Trainer (MRT) and Resiliency Trainer Assistant (RTA) courses.