What to Bring:

Medications: Patients should come with a 30-day supply of any medications they are currently taking with full pharmacy label intact. If you have less than a 30-day supply, bring prescription and money.

Personal Toiletries: Patients should provide any needed items such as shampoo, conditioner, body soap, deodorant, toothpaste, hairbrush or comb, hair dryer, shaving items, and feminine hygiene products.

Clothing: Comfortable, modest clothing, appropriate for the weather, with no addictive paraphernalia or advertisements. Wyoming Recovery provides towels and bedding, but patients are responsible for washing their own clothes in Wyoming Recovery's washers and dryers.

Spending Money: Patients should bring a minimum of $25 for essentials that need to be replaced.

Records/Information: (as applicable) Bring any mental health or substance abuse testing previously completed, include any information on treatment by a psychiatrist, psychologist, or counselor for individual or group therapy. Bring most recent medical records for acute, chronic or recurring conditions currently being treated.

What Not To Bring:

  • Pocket Knives/Weapons
  • Valuables
  • Electronics

What to Expect:

Cell phone: If cell phone is brought to treatment, it will be checked in and held, with use allowed during specified times.

Transportation: Wyoming Recovery will provide transportation to all scheduled off-site activities and appointments. If a vehicle is brought, the keys will be checked in.

Food: Wyoming Recovery provides residential clients with three meals a day.

Recreation: There are a variety of onsite and nearby indoor and outdoor recreational activities, including leisurely hikes on Casper Mountain, tours of area museums and arts centers, and trips to the river, lake and the Casper Recreation Center.

As a resident inpatient there is twenty-four hour access to medical care.

WR staff is small: 19 full-time and two part-time employees, plus several contract professionals. This staff serves a client population of up to 17 Residential, 30 Intensive Outpatients and numerous Continuing Care clients.

Through evidence-based medicine, we can offer high-quality, comprehensive and cost-effective treatment for alcohol and drug problems.


Inpatient Information
The inpatient (residential) program consists of psychotherapy group, step and group process, and didactic and specialized educational groups such as spirituality, anger management, cognitive behavioral therapy, stages of change, smoking cessation, grief, pain management and MD group. Patients meet each morning for goals group and end each day with wrap-up, which allows them to process what they accomplished that day. Patients are seen at least once weekly by their primary therapists for an individual therapy session and once weekly by medical staff to review any medical issues.

Family is encouraged to be a part of the recovery journey.

Our Philosophy
Through personalized one-on-one care in a small 15-bed inpatient licensed rehabilitation facility located in Casper, Wyoming, Wyoming Recovery offers high-quality, evidence-based treatment services at an affordable price. Embracing the philosophy and principles of the 12-Step Program, we have helped thousands of people find respect and forgiveness to create a new beginning on their journey toward wellness. Our licensed medical staff is affiliated with Wyoming Medical Center and offers a complete continuum of care, which includes inpatient, medically monitored detoxification for adults, withdrawal symptoms, intensive outpatient and continuing care.

What to Bring

  • 5-7 Weather appropriate outfits/ shoes/coat or jacket
  • All current medications
  • Hygiene products (Alcohol free)
  • Cell phone/electronics but only to used during free times in the evenings.
  • Spending money (trips to Walmart)
  • Insurance card/information


Outpatient Information
Wyoming Recovery's Intensive Outpatient program addresses: disease concept, barriers to recovery, lectures and group discussions of the 12 Steps, work on anger, and various other subjects concerning addiction and alcoholism, while allowing the patient to continue working. No specific amount of time is necessary, but the program is based on an eight-week timetable. The program meets three nights per week for three hours each evening. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings are balanced between group therapy and step work as needs are identified.
Family sessions are an important part of Wyoming Recovery's program. We feel that the family of the addict/alcoholic has been strongly affected by the illness, and as a part of our services, we provide family centered therapy.

Continuing Care group meets once a week and participation is encouraged for a year.Our Philosophy
Our goal is to help patients achieve long lasting changes in their alcohol-and drug-using behavior and mental functioning. Embracing the philosophy and principles of the 12-Step Program, we have helped thousands of people find respect and forgiveness to create a new beginning on their journey toward wellness. Our licensed medical staff is affiliated with Wyoming Medical Center and offers a complete continuum of care, which includes intensive outpatient and continuing care.

Services and Programs

Intensive Outpatient
Wyoming Recovery's Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), day or evening, consists of a number of group therapy sessions. It is designed as a seamless transition of care for patients completing residential treatment goals. Its goal is to help patients achieve long-lasting changes in their sobriety using behavior and mental functioning.

In IOP you can continue your employment. The goal of treatment is to enable you to stay clean and sober and improve your life.

Continuing Care Programs
The continuing care program consists of weekly group therapy sessions that are offered both during the day and at night. The groups are generally topic-oriented, with an emphasis on relapse prevention and on-going social support, facilitated by a therapist.

To schedule an initial consultation with our Case Manager, call 307-265-3791

Typically, Intensive Outpatient (IOP) therapy is a continuum of inpatient residential, however based on the initial consultation and clinical criteria, entry into IOP or Continuing Care is an option.

In conjunction with attending a minimum of two AA/NA meetings per week, IOP group sessions are lead by a therapist with an option of one-on-one therapy. Treatment goals will be reviewed periodically.