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Addiction Services

Addiction has been called a ‘disease’ but, really, addiction is more of a symptom. It’s a symptom of something bigger and something deeper.

At Central Wyoming Counseling Center, we help individuals confront their addictions as well as the roots of what caused those addictions. Our outpatient and relapse prevention treatments are individualized and appropriate to the intensity of each specific addiction. We see each client situation as unique, because it is. Your story is your own and we want to help you rewrite it.

Addiction is a hard issue to battle, not only for the addict but for their loved ones as well. CWCC strives to help these people understand their addictions, battle them, and explore the roots of what caused those addictions in the first place. We understand that sobriety is only one step towards peace and happiness, and we also understand that it’s not a simple forward journey. In the battle of addiction, there are more than just 12 steps, and each of those steps can go forward, backwards, and to the side. Our goal is to act as not only a safety net, but also as a life raft and a blanket. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, speak with our qualified, trained professionals to reclaim your life and rewrite your story.

CWCC provides outpatient and residential services for adult men, women, and adolescents.


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Our Outpatient Addiction Program includes addiction treatment services, as well as Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment. Clients participating in Intensive Outpatient Treatment can maintain daily life activities while also being involved in individual and group counseling/therapy services. These services address issues dealing with mental health and/or substance use disorders.

These services include:

  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Family support treatment
  • Relapse prevention treatment
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
  • Treatment for stimulant use disorders
  • And more.

Individual and group therapy is typically followed by a tailored relapse prevention program, designed specifically for the individual and their needs.

Central Wyoming Counseling Center utilizes various evaluation measures, depending on the needs of the client. These measures include:

  • Initial intake assessment
  • Addiction Severity Index (ASI)
  • American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM)
  • Bio-psychological assessment
  • Withdrawal assessment
  • Comprehensive Health Assessment for Teens (CHAT)
  • And more.

CWCC also offers Special Services for Residential Clients. These services include:

  • Mother and Child (newborn to 8 yrs) Beds
  • Schooling/daycare for the children of clients
  • Case Management Services
  • Parenting skill training
  • Psychiatric services
  • And more

CWCC has a Social Detoxification Unit (SDU), which is a non-medical residential therapeutic environment for individuals undergoing drug and/or alcohol withdrawal. Our trained staff assist clients with the social components of withdrawing from addictive substances. After a successful detoxification, clients will receive an assessment from our trained professionals and will be given personalized recommendations for long-term solutions to their recovery.

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of certain medications in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, which is a “best practice” approach to helping people with addictions. This has proven effective in the treatment for substance use disorders for those struggling with addiction to opioids and stimulants as they move toward recovery.

We offer treatment and support services via a secure virtual environment. Our telehealth counseling option allows clients to receive or continue group-based and individual treatment without the need for an in-person visit. For more information, please call 307-237-9583, and ask about Telehealth options.


Same-day appointments available, walk-ins welcome. If you or someone you know is in a crisis, there are people to help. Use the hotlines below to talk to someone.
If there is an emergency DIAL 911.