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67% of Wyoming youth don’t have access to the mental health care they need.

You can give them hope.

 
make a difference

For 110 years, Cathedral Home has worked with youth and families to restore hope through community prevention care, therapeutic residential treatment, and specialized education.

 

 

We offer trauma-informed care to youth and their families

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trusting relationships and a safe haven change everything.

100% OF YOUTH SURVEYED SAY THEY FEEL SAFE AT CATHEDRAL HOME

 
When I got here, I felt I could make a new start. There were no sirens or helicopters flying overhead. I told myself: This is your chance to work on yourself. Now is the time to improve and make better choices for your life.
— CHC Alumni, L.
 
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covers personal care items for a young person in crisis

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buys new clothes for a child who hasn’t had them before

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secures a day of safety and respite at our crisis centers

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helps a student recover credits and graduate on time

 
give hope now

 
691 CHC

With your support, Cathedral Home served 691 youth in times of crisis last year.

Thank you.

 

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I am motivated to continue doing the best I can because I know that people at CHC want me to do well. It keeps me on track. I like being able to visit and tell people that I am doing great. And they help me if I’m having a hard time.
— CHC Alumni, D.
 
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support access to clinical therapy through safe relationships and trauma-informed care

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empower families and young people to forge new paths and experience brighter futures

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promote growth and healing through sound sleep and a safe environment

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give students access to individualized education and diploma credit recovery


 
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we’re working to raise 1 million dollars to help youth and their families access care in 2020

JOIN US


 

Cathedral Home for Children is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization according to section 501c(3) of the Internal Revenue Service tax code. Your contribution is deductible as allowed by current law.