Spring Grief Support Group

Central Wyoming Hospice will be offering their Spring Grief Support Group Monday evenings from 5:30pm-7:00pm, beginning April 3rd. This six-week group is free and open to the community.
 Our Grief Support Groups are for adults grieving the loss of a loved one, and provide a safe and supportive place to share grief experiences and develop coping strategies.
 For more information and to register, please call (307) 577-4832 or email toddv@centralwyominghospice.org

CWHT Joins National Partnership for Healthcare and Hospice Innovation

Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions is excited to announce our new membership to the National Partnership for Healthcare and Hospice Innovation (NPHI). NPHI is made up of more than 95 not-for-profit, community-integrated hospice and palliative care providers and is dedicated to ensuring patients and their families have access to high quality care at the last stages of life. Central Wyoming Hospice is the is the first NPHI member in Wyoming.

NPHI believes the end-of-life care patients and their families receive should reflect their individual goals, values, and preferences. Together, members across the country define the standards of hospice care and guide patients and families through that journey.

“We joined NHPI because we believe that non-profit, community-based hospice providers historically have been and continue to be the leaders and the innovators in end-of-life care,” said CWHT Executive Director Kilty Brown. ”Ultimately, NHPI’s mission and values align closely with the type of care we provide daily.”

NPHI members are committed to person-centered advanced illness care that ensures individuals can focus on quality and comfort at the last stage of life. Driven by patient and family needs – not profit – members work to fundamentally change how people and institutions view end-of-life care, and instead, help people live as well as possible until they die.

Holiday “Cards of Caring”

It’s that time of year again! For kids and kids at heart, help us spread some Holiday cheer to our patients and Transitions clients with our annual “Cards of Caring” at Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions.

Just make a card or send us one of your favorites, with your Holiday wishes. We’ll pass them on to our many patients and clients in Natrona and Converse counties, to bring some smiles this season.

“People have a lot of fun with this every year,” says Community Liaison Susan Burk. “It’s a great project for families, schools, churches, businesses, just about everyone. We get everything from beautifully crafted scrapbook cards to construction paper with cotton balls and glitter, and they’re all beautiful.”

You can send your cards to:

Cards Of Caring

Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions

319 S. Wilson

Casper, WY 82601

You can also bring your cards to our Administration office at the same address, or drop them in our festive Drop Box out front nights and weekends.

Thank you for helping to spread the joy of the Season to your loved ones, friends, and neighbors!

For questions or more information, please contact Susan at centralwyominghospice.org or call (307) 577-4832.

The Importance of The Central Wyoming  Hospice Endowment 

The Central Wyoming Hospice Endowment is important to the organization because it helps to ensure a plan of long-term stability, fiscal responsibility, and financial viability. It offers a stable, predictable source of income which can provide annual support for our operating budget. Endowment contributions can help provide a measure of independence from economic, governmental, and political forces. This fund lays the groundwork for Central Wyoming Hospice to provide hospice care indefinitely.  It supports “Our Caring Promise”, our promise to be with you when you need us. 

The Wyoming Community Foundation manages these funds, and, like a community savings account, this permanent pool of assets generates income and grows over time. With this partnership, CWHT benefits from the Foundation’s 30-year history of adhering to donor’s wishes of building long-term assets that will help the community forever.  They can also help facilitate donations of stocks to the endowment making it easier and more tax beneficial to donors.

If you are interested in donating to the Central Wyoming Hospice Endowment to ensure the future of hospice care in your community, please contact Rachel McPherson at 307-577-4832 or the Wyoming Community Foundation at 307-721-8300. Thank you for supporting future generations in Our Mission: To companion the end-of-life journey with skill and compassion. 

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