Central Announces a New Brand Identity

Central Announces a New Brand Identity

Continuing a legacy of hope through a new brand.

Casper, Wyoming

Central Wyoming Counseling Center (Central) has undergone a total brand update and today announces it’s new logo, tagline, and website created to continue their legacy and support their mission.

The new brand identity has been softly released over the past 2 months. It reflects Central’s commitment to Casper, surrounding communities and the state Wyoming. The new tagline “Hope is here.” communicates Central’s promise to provide hope by supporting and understanding their clients Behavioral Health needs. The logo has been updated to reflect both the evolution of Central as well as their vision for the future.

With the new brand, Central is also launching a new website (www.cwcc.us) meant to increase their online presence and provide current and prospective clients with information about Central and their range of Behavioral Health services. Service offerings include:

  • Intensive Treatment
  • Adult
  • Youth & Family
  • Addiction
  • Medical

Supporting Quotes:

Regarding Central’s new brand, CEO, Brandon Wardell said:

During the rebranding process we reviewed and revised our mission as an organization. “Leading behavioral health in Wyoming through our continued legacy of stewardship, innovation and compassion” This statement along with our new brand sets the tone as we look to the future and continue to support our community.

Regarding Central’s service offerings, Chief Clinical Officer, Joseph Forscher said:

Daily, Central’s commitment is to provide hope through our services. Our range of services are tailored to support our clients and the surrounding community. Our treatment approaches bridge the gap between psychiatric and physical health. This approach helps clients work through life concerns and achieve greater levels of satisfaction.

About Central:

Since 1959, Central Wyoming Counseling Center (Central) 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.

For further information contact Victoria Ziton by phone (307) 237-9583, or email vziton@cwcc.us

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