1430 Wilkins Circle
Casper, WY 82601

Phone: 307-237-9583
Fax: 307-265-7277

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A Comprehensive Mental Health & Substance Abuse Treatment Center

 

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Since 1959, Central Wyoming Counseling Center has been Natrona County’s non-profit community behavioral health center; dedicated to helping all Residents of Wyoming with their mental health and substance abuse treatment needs and concerns.  While most Medicaid, Medicare and insurance is accepted, all residents of Wyoming are eligible to receive services regardless of ability to pay.  

Mission Statement

The mission of CWCC is to maximize self-reliance of individuals and families through quality behavioral care services that meet individual, family and community needs. 

Our entire organization is committed to ensure our clients receive the individual attention and quality care required for a successful, healthy and productive life. 

  

Vision:

  • Acknowledged as providing excellence and quality of care.
  • To be a provider or choice.
  • To make a significant difference by strengthening and restoring peoples lives.
  • Exhibit financial stability to grow and meet community needs.

Values:

  • Client Centered Care/Consumer Choice
  • Integrity and Ethical Behavior
  • Community Callaboration
  • Innovation
  • Customers
  • Fiscal Stewardship
  • Honesty
  • Transparency
  • Accountability
  • Professional & Competency
  • Diversity
  • Human Resources
  • Quality
  • Advocacy
  • Commitment

A Message from the CEO

David Monhollen MSW, ACSW

Welcome to the Central Wyoming Counseling Center's Web Site. CWCC is a comprehensive behavioral health facility, with multiple aspects of care and treatment.  I hope you find our site informative and engaging. 

One of the unique aspects about our community is the cooperation between human service organizations, business, public services and healthcare/behavioral healthcare organizations. This cooperation makes Casper a great place to work and live.

Please take some time to review the information about Wyoming and Casper.  As a transplant to the Casper area, I appreciate and am very proud of this region’s opportunities, services, and recreational activities.

From time to time we have positions open at a variety of levels.  If you are interested in employment in the fields of mental health or substance abuse treatment visit the 'Employment' link at the top of this page.

If you have any questions or suggestions regarding our services or website, please contact us.

Thank You,

David S. Monhollen MSW, ACSW

CEO, Central Wyoming Counseling Center 

 

 

 
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