NWMHC Press Release
March 15, 2021
Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center Continued Service Delivery During COVID-19 Pandemic
We are here for you! NWMHC continues to provide care for Wyoming citizens in Sheridan, Johnson, Weston, and Crook counties.
With the significant decrease in COVID-19 cases and vaccination efforts in Wyoming and surrounding communities, we will resume in-person services effective 03/22/21 and continue to provide telehealth services for those clients who are unable to return to in-person services. Please note we follow CDC and State of Wyoming Guidelines as healthcare providers and therefore require persons coming into our offices to social distance and wear a face covering. Those who do not have a face covering will be provided one upon entry to our buildings.
For Sheridan, WY services, our 1221 W. 5th St office (by Sheridan Memorial Hospital) is currently undergoing renovations and we have temporarily relocated services to 909 Long Drive, Suite D. If you have any questions about finding our new temporary location, please call 307-674-4405.
On-call services continue to be in place and available 24/7.
Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center is here for you during this ever-changing time.
County Contact Numbers 24/7 - In case of an emergency, call 911.
Sheridan (307) 674-4405
Johnson (307) 684-5531
Crook (307) 283-3636
Weston (307) 746-4456
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