The Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) has scheduled a series of community meetings to discuss the health and needs of women, mothers, children, adolescents, including children and youth with special health-related challenges.“Every five years we go through a ‘needs assessment’ process for the families we serve with our programs,” said Linda McElwain, Maternal and Child Health Unit manager with WDH.
The Wyoming Comprehensive Cancer Control Consortium (WCCCC) and “Stupid Cancer,” a national young adult cancer survivor organization, have set Wyoming’s inaugural “What's Next: Young Adult Survivorship Conference” for March 29 in Casper.
The Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) continues to promote free and confidential testing for HIV and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) through its recently updated “KnoWyo” campaign.
Interested residents are invited to participate in the Wyoming Comprehensive Cancer Control Consortium’s (WCCCC) 9th Annual Celebration of Hope on February 27 at the Wyoming State Capitol in Cheyenne.
Pregnant Wyoming Medicaid clients can now use a first-of-its-kind smartphone application to get helpful health advice and access to healthcare services through a new program offered by the Wyoming Department of Health.
Doctors, nurses, emergency medical technicians and other healthcare providers are encouraged by the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) to register with the recently upgraded Wyoming Activation of Volunteers in Emergencies (WAVE) volunteer management system.
January is National Radon Action Month Because radon can’t be seen or smelled, testing is the only way to know how much of the potentially dangerous gas is present in homes or workplaces, according to the Wyoming Department of Health.