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Fentanyl Resources, Treatment, and Hotlines in Wyoming

Wyoming, a state famous for its stunning national parks, hot springs, and mountains, is certainly a place where many people desire to visit. With a total population of just under 600,000 people, there remain several residents who struggle with fentanyl misuse and addiction.

Wyoming is no different than the rest of the United States when it comes to fentanyl-related problems. It is important to reach out for help if you or a loved one are experiencing fentanyl misuse or addiction in any capacity. It is equally, if not more, important to remember that there is hope, even in the darkest times. You can get started on taking your life back by calling us at to be connected to a kind and talented admissions navigator who can offer their guidance and support as you inquire about services.


Fentanyl Help Lines in Wyoming

If you are like the millions of other Americans who are struggling with an addiction to an opioid like fentanyl, know that you are not in it alone. Acknowledging that your fentanyl misuse is problematic can be a challenge in itself, as can the idea of figuring out how to get help. Thankfully, there are several simple ways to get in touch with people who can help offer guidance and support as you make your journey towards recovery.

One of the easiest ways to get in contact with someone who can help is by calling a help line. There are national and local help lines available, with considerate and understanding specialists on the other end of the line. Simply calling and discussing what is happening in your life can start opening doors to new possibilities. Consider calling any one of the following national or local help lines to speak with someone who can be of assistance.



988 Suicide & Crisis Lifelife– 988

 

988, the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline, is a national helpline provided by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) where you can be quickly and directly connected to a trained and experienced crisis counselor. These professionals are both skilled and experienced, as well as ready to listen to your experiences and how you are being impacted so that they can offer effective support and resources. If you are in crisis, call 988.

SAMHSA National Helpline- 1-866-662-HELP (4357)

 

The SAMHSA National Helpline is available to all members of the public on an around-the-clock basis, every single day of the year. By picking up the phone and calling 1-800-662-HELP (4357), you can speak with a trained counselor who can provide you with treatment referrals and information services. All calls can be conducted in both English and Spanish. Those who have substance use disorders and those who are affected by them are encouraged to call the SAMHSA National Helpline for guidance.

Crisis Text Line or text HOME to 741741

 

The Crisis Text Line is a nationwide option and resource where individuals can text or online chat with a live, trained crisis counselor. This text line offers services for a wide range of issues, ranging from addiction and mental health problems to eating disorders and gun violence. Getting in touch with the Crisis Text Line is easy. Simply visit their website or text “HOME” to 741741.

The National Rehab Hotline – 866-210-1303

 

The National Rehab Hotline offers free and confidential assistance on a 24/7 basis for those who are personally experiencing addiction and their loved ones. Crisis hotline specialists are available and ready to provide beneficial resources and information regarding drug and alcohol misuse and addiction, as well as immediate crisis support, intervention services, and more. To get in touch with a specialist, call 866-210-1303.

Wyoming 211 – Dial 211

 

211 is a nationwide service for people dealing with substance use disorders and mental health conditions to be directly referred to the appropriate treatment programs and resources. Upon calling 211, a person will be connected to a call center specialist who will keep their conversation confidential. The specialist will gather information about what the person is calling about and determine which local resources might be most beneficial for them. Wyoming residents can learn more about Wyoming 211 here.

 

American Addiction Centers 24/7 Helpline – 1-866-785-9796

 

Offering free and confidential 24/7 help and support, the American Addiction Centers’ helpline provides a resource for individuals and their loved ones who are being negatively impacted by substance misuse and addiction. By calling 1-866-785-9796, you will be connected to one of our skilled and understanding admissions navigators. They are ready to listen to your experiences, gather information about your substance use disorder, and start providing several connections and resources that can help you get the most effective, most appropriate care.

Local Fentanyl Resources in Wyoming

Wyoming Department of Health 

The Wyoming Department of Health offers mental health and substance use treatment services to help people ready to address their substance use disorder or mental health condition connect with the care they need. By visiting their website, residents of Wyoming can access counselors, treatment centers, and specialized care for opioid misuse and addiction, along with their most current contact information.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Ombudsman Program (SAMHOP)

Residents of Wyoming who are struggling with substance misuse and mental health concerns are encouraged to reach out to SAMHOP, a free advocate and systems navigator service. By calling 307-630-4583, residents can connect with the Ombudsman team who can help in accessing available resources and services, as well as answer any questions the caller may have. Additionally, the Ombudsman team can work with agencies and organizations to ensure that those seeking help from them receive it in a timely manner.

Addiction Hotline Wyoming

By calling 866-395-8903, Wyomingites who are in need of someone to talk to about the substance misuse or addiction they are experiencing can call the Addiction Hotline Wyoming to be connected to a specialist who will listen. Specialists can also offer help for callers by providing them with local resources that may be of benefit to them in their current situation. This hotline is free, confidential, and available 24/7.

Cody Regional Health

Cody Regional Health, with locations throughout Northwest Wyoming, offers various substance misuse services for Wyomingites who are looking for help. Their addiction treatment walk-in clinic can help patients determine if what they are experiencing is a substance use disorder and if so, what type of treatment may be best for them. Additionally, outpatient treatment, medication-assisted treatment (MAT), evidence-based therapies, and more are all provided by Cody Regional Health. To learn more or to get started on the road to recovery, call 307-527-7501 to speak with a compassionate team member.

Southwest Counseling Service

Serving Sweetwater County in Southwest Wyoming, Southwest Counseling Service works to provide services for those experiencing mental health conditions and substance use disorders. When you call 317-352-6680, you can get more information about the various services provided through Southwest Counseling. Specifically regarding substance use disorders, Southwest Counseling provides assessments, outpatient services, medication management, residential treatment, medical care, and much more.

BCBS Wyoming

Blue Cross Blue Shield Wyoming offers members resources and information to ensure that they are empowered to utilize their insurance to its fullest. Members who are experiencing substance use disorders or mental health conditions can call 844-946-6319 to be connected to the BCBS Mental Health and Substance Abuse Team to get more details regarding treatment, their specific plan, and how their cost of care will he handled. By visiting their website, members can get an in-depth look at what types of services usually accept BCBS, along with additional beneficial information about using insurance for treatment.

Wyoming Professional Assistance Program (WPAP)

The Wyoming Professional Assistance Program offers professionals a resource to lean on when struggling with substance use disorders and/or associated mental health conditions. WPAP offers professionals assistance with evaluations, intervention guidance, life coaching, referrals, and much more. This service is entirely confidential at all times unless the individual signs off on disclosure to another party. When someone calls 307-472-1222, they will be connected with someone who can help keep their identity private, allowing for that person to maintain their professional reputation while still receiving the appropriate care.

Wyoming Fentanyl Statistics

Wyoming is the least populated state in the country, making any and all statistics appear minimal when compared to other parts of the country. However, fentanyl misuse and addiction has been and remains a problem for many of the residents of Wyoming, as evidenced by the following statistics:

  • From 2020-2022, there was a 62% increase in fentanyl seizures by the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation.1
  • In 2021, Wyoming lost 106 residents to drug overdose, many of which were caused by synthetic opioids like fentanyl.2
  • Out of the 23 counties in Wyoming, 8 of them had higher rates of drug misuse than the rest of the state in 2018. This includes counties such as Sweetwater, Laramie, Fremont, and Natrona counties.3
  • Drug deaths in Wyoming had the greatest increase throughout the country in 2022, as they increased by 21%.4

Get Fentanyl Help in Wyoming

Fentanyl addiction is a lonely, devastating disease. It is important to know that you are not in it alone. Call us right now at to speak with a compassionate admissions navigator who can offer their assistance so you can get on the road to recovery as soon as possible.

Addiction Treatment in Wyoming

Cody Regional Health Cedar Mountain Center
707 Sheridan Avenue Cody, WY 82414
4.8
(9)
Wyoming Recovery
231 South Wilson Street Casper, WY 82601
3.6
(13)
The Gathering Place - Volunteers of America
360 College Meadows Drive Sheridan, WY 82801
3.3
(1)
Central Wyoming Counseling Center
1430 Wilkins Circle Casper, WY 82601
3.3
(13)
Yellowstone Recovery Center
137 Belfry Highway Cody, WY 82414
Southwest Counseling Services
2300 Foothill Blvd Rock Springs, WY 82901
3.5
(2)
Sheridan VA Medical Center
1898 Fort Road Sheridan, WY 82801
Southwest Counseling Service
2061 Century Boulevard Rock Springs, WY 82901
High Country Behavioral Health
721 West Maple Street Rawlins, WY 82301
High Country Behavioral Health
14 Mountain Street Lyman, WY 82937
High Country Behavioral Health
905 South Main Street Lusk, WY 82225
High Country Behavioral Health
821 Sage Avenue Kemmerer, WY 83101
High Country Behavioral Health
525 East Birch Street Glenrock, WY 82637
West Park Behavioral Health
424 West Yellowstone Avenue Cody, WY 82414
Southwest Counseling Service Women Treatment Program
795 Duran Drive Rock Springs, WY 82901
The Life House - Volunteers of America
3322 Strahan Parkway Sheridan, WY 82801
The Gathering Place - Volunteers of America
360 College Meadows Drive Sheridan, WY 82801
High Country Behavioral Health
1841 Madora Avenue Douglas, WY 82633
VOA - Center of Hope
223 West Adams Street Riverton, WY 82501
Harmony House - Volunteers Of America
2310 East 8th Street Cheyenne, WY 82001
Southwest Counseling Service Women and Children
158 Washakie Drive Rock Springs, WY 82901
Peak Wellness Center Transitions Residential Program
2310 East 8th Street Cheyenne, WY 82001
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Insurance Coverage for Addiction Treatment in Wyoming

47
Accept Private Insurance
33
Accept Medicare Insurance
44
Accept Medicaid
41
Accept Military Insurance

Addiction Treatment Center Options in Wyoming

46
Total Rehab centers in Wyoming
14
Offer Inpatient Rehab
39
Offer Outpatient Rehab
3
Offer Outpatient Detox Rehab

Information About Rehab in Wyoming

Latest Reviews

Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Wyoming

Southwest Counseling Service - Recovery Services

good facility.

- Anonymous
4 out of 5
Rock Springs, WY

Campbell County Memorial Hospital - Behavioral Health Services

The facility was very helpful and allowed me to progress at my own pace instead of rushing me. I don't remember any outpatient care other than returning to a new doctor. This was helpful. I felt safe and comfortable especially now, knowing that if I went to the facility again I would be treated and released and well again quickly. It was a few years ago, but I appreciated the staff's help in keeping me and bringing me to a stable point so that I could leave the hospital and re-gain my normal life again.

- Anonymous
3.5 out of 5
Gillette, WY

Cedar Mountain Center

This facility was great and I'm excited to see the new facility built this year! I would recommend this facility to anyone and the food is AWESOME!

- AT
4.7 out of 5
Cody, WY