Sheridan County Prevention

Helping The Community In Sheridan County

Sheridan County Prevention provides community education, resources, and trainings to help prevent suicide and the abuse of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco.

Areas of Focus


Substance Misuse

Learn more about substance abuse issues in our county, including education on opioids, meth, and marijuana misuse.


Alcohol Misuse

Educating people on underage drinking and adult binge drinking.


Tobacco & Vaping

We provide resources, support, and tools for helping community members quit smoking and work through their tobacco and nicotine addiction.


Mental Health

Dedicated to helping those in our community who are struggling with mental health issues or concerns by providing resources, connections, and support.

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Welcome to Sheridan County Prevention. Our mission is to provide resources and support to our community members in Sheridan County to better the lives of everyone we work with. We offer education and trainings relating to substance misuse, alcohol misuse, tobacco, mental health, and more. Learn more about our team and utilize our resources today.

If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal thoughts or crises, call the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline; or chat online at

Crisis Text Line: text WYO to 741-741.

Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255 – Press 1.

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Community Education

One of the many ways we help our community work toward a better quality of life is through education. Whether you need skills and information to understand the factors around you that may be contributing to your struggles, or resources for obtaining help to overcome anything you’re working through, Sheridan County Prevention is here to help. Our community educational resources are designed to raise awareness of local resources and encourage healthy life choices. Contact us today to get started.

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Prevention Training

We offer a variety of trainings periodically. Learn more about our in person or online training programs or contact us directly to get started.

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Helpful Links


Compass Center for Families:

Big Brothers Big Sisters:

School counselors or early childhood liaisons

Mental Health/Youth Mental Health First Aid:


National Institute on Drug Abuse:

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA):

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA):

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP):

Suicide & Crisis Lifeline – 988:

Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA):


WY We Talk:

Wyoming Survey and Analysis Center:

Wyoming Prevention Needs Assessment:

Wyoming Prevention Action Alliance:

Wyoming Quit Tobacco – 1-800-QUIT-NOW:

Wyoming Prescription Drug Stakeholders:

Wyoming 2-1-1- Database of Community:

Governor’s Council on Impaired Driving:

Wyoming Department of Health:

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