Wyoming Resources

Wyoming Resources


Western Region Agricultural Stress Assistance Program (WRASAP): A collaborative group of organizations across the Western United States providing stress management resources specifically to America’s agricultural workers. Includes a searchable database of help on various topics for Western States.

Wyoming Ag Stress: A comprehensive website of resources for farmers dealing with high stress levels for any reason.

Farm Crisis Center: Searchable database by the National Farmers Union of all types of resources for agricultural workers.

Talk with Farm Aid: The Farm Aid Farmers Services Team will assist you in finding resources for almost any topic. Fill out their  Online Request for Assistance form or call at 1-800-FARM-AID (1-800-327-6243)

Mental Health

Wyoming Department of Health Crisis Page: Links to the National Lifeline, the Wyoming Crisis Text Line, provides local mental health, support, and suicide prevention services with an interactive map by county.

NAMI Wyoming: The Wyoming branch of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Provides extensive resources for those suffering from mental illness, as well as for loved ones.

Wyoming Department of Health Substance Abuse Resources: searchable database of support services from those suffering from substance abuse issues.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Ombudsman program: Provides an advocate for those seeking assistance to help them through the process.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): National Helpline, 1-800-662-HELP A confidential, 24/7 information service, in English and Spanish, for individuals and family members facing mental and/or substance use disorders.


Wyoming State FSA: Farm Service Agency site for low-interest loans for farmers.

Wyoming Agricultural and Natural Resource Mediation Program: Offers mediation services for agricultural workers in a wide variety of topics including financial, credit, and lease/land/equipment disputes.

Facing Farm Financial Stress: A printed resource from Ohio State University for agricultural workers facing financial stress and considering bankruptcy.


Wyoming Agrability: Assisstance for agricultural workers with disabilities, long-term illness, or other functional difficulties.

National Center for FarmWorker Health Helpline: Bilingual (Spanish/English) hotline that provides health information and referral services for farmworkers and their families.