(Guardianship of a Minor)
This video from the Wyoming Guardianship Corporation provides a general overview of guardianship and conservatorship in Wyoming.
The Wyoming Department of Health, Aging Division is responsible for the National Family Caregiver Support Program (NFCSP), a federal program which provides services to grandparents who are the guardians of children 18 years of age or younger. These services include respite care, counseling, information and referrals. This program serves every county in the state. To find out more about this program, you may call 307-777-8566 or toll free at 800-442-2766.
Contact your local DFS office for information about available kinship care programs, economic assistance, or other available resources.
This is an overview of Wyoming procedures for Guardianship of a Minor.
This article provides a brief overview of guardianship and conservatorship, as well as additional resources. A publication of University of Wyoming Extension
WGC provides staff to serve as guardians, conservators or substitute decision makers for incapacitated persons when no other appropriate person is willing or able to serve. The mission of WGC is to increase public awareness of guardianship and the alternatives to guardianship by providing problem solving, advocacy, public education and in-service training.
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Wyoming Statutes and Court Rules
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