NOWCAP Services Wyoming Intellectual Disability and Brain Injury Programs




NOWCAP Services Wyoming Intellectual Disability and Brain Injury Programs  

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"Creating Opportunities for People With Disabilities"


The 2014 Wyoming Disabilty Awareness Walk is quickly approaching!
Mark your calendars for March 29, 2014.

Come celebrate ability on March 29, 2014 by joining in the Wyoming Disability Awareness Walk around the state. The walk started in 2005 in Casper as the “Building Bridges of Opportunities Awareness Walk.” About 150 people attended. The event’s name changed to the Wyoming Disability Awareness Walk in 2007 when the walk expanded into Rock Springs, Cody and Worland. By 2010, the walk expanded into Fremont County and brought in more than 1,000 participants statewide. By 2013, more communities joined the walk, and more than 1,800 participated.

Over the past five years, the walk has brought in funds for scholarships and pledges for community projects such as wheelchair accessible playground equipment, a state-of-the-art pool lift, push-button doors and ice sleds to ensure accessible recreational opportunities to people with disabilities. Many have also been able to enjoy vacations, concerts, sporting events and other activities with funds raised through the walk.

Walkers can form teams and raise funds for recreational opportunities for individuals with disabilities. Raising funds is not required, however. The main focus of the event is awareness.  All walkers will receive a free T-shirt and lunch. 

NOWCAP Services area contacts are listed below if you are interested in forming a team or participating in your community’s Walk:

Casper, Jessica Miller 307-237-9146 ext 482 or
Cody, Trish Shorb 307-587-4046 ext 2 or
Rock Springs, Roy Lloyd 307-382-2683 or
Worland, Lynette Humphreys 307-347-2105 ext 2


Thank you...

to the Cody Knights of Columbus for its recent donation to our Cody Program,
and to the Wold Foundation and Daniels Fund for their donations to our Casper Program.
Thank you for helping create opportunities for people with disabilities!



Let's go on an adventure!

From trips to Denver and Las Vegas to activities closer to home, our participants have had a year full of adventure! Click the links below to see photos from this year’s activities:

Las Vegas and Los Angeles Trip
Denver Trip
Push America Visit
Fourth of July and Deadwood
Rock Springs Las Vegas Trip

NOWCAP Services Locations

Casper Program
PO Box 51248
345 North Walsh Drive
Casper, Wyoming 82609
(307) 237-9146
(307) 234-1029/FAX

Worland Program
PO Box B
500 Fifteen Mile Road
Worland, Wyoming 82401
(307) 347-2105
(307) 347-2169/FAX

Cody Program

PO Box 2527
337 Robert Street
Cody, Wyoming 82414
(307) 587-4046
(307) 587-8187/FAX

Rock Springs Program
PO Box 1666
416 West Blair Avenue
Rock Springs, Wyoming 82901
(307) 382-2683
(307) 362-3035/FAX

Douglas Program

830 E. Richards, Suite 2

Douglas, Wyoming 82633

(307) 358-0981
(307) 358-1162
(307) 358-0679/FAX




NOWCAP Services provides support to people with developmental disabilities, people who have experienced a brain injury, their families and the community.

Our program uses a whole person concept to service provision that includes balanced mental and physical well-being, personalized goals and real-world experiences to create a therapeutic environment in which our participants can live each day with purpose.

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