Center of Hope partners with the City of Riverton and Fremont County to offer three days of close observation, as well as 14 days of social detoxification and up to three months transitional living. Transitional living and Social Detox includes substance abuse assessments, daily exercise, morning meditations, evening checkout group, group therapy, living skills and grief and loss, AA/NA meetings, connection to resources for employment and housing as well as access to spiritual support services. The program receives funding through the Wyoming Department of Health. A full time clinician and case workers provide substance abuse assessments and Level I outpatient programming to those in the community in need of it.
Clients are typically referred to Center of Hope by the Riverton Police Department, Fremont County Sheriff’s Office, Wind River Police Department and other law enforcement agencies. Other referrals include self-referrals, SageWest Health Care, and the judicial system.
Center of Hope receives its funding for operation from a variety of sources including grants from Wyoming State and Fremont County. It is fully staffed 24 hours a day and 365 day a year to provide care and supervision to those we serve.