The Brain Injury Alliance of Wyoming provides brain injury information and referral for the state of Wyoming. They support brain injury support groups around the state, host the annual Wyoming Brain Injury Conference, have a statewide educator available to provide training to any group or organization, put out a quarterly newsletter and provide helmets and helmet fittings for schools and Safe Kids Days.
Easter Seals Wyoming’s community-based program for adults with acquired brain injuries provides a person-centered approach to rehabilitation. Located in Sheridan, the program is designed to encourage each participant’s active involvement in their recovery process.
The Wyoming Department of Health is Wyoming’s primary state agency for health and human services. The organization administers programs on maintaining the health and safety of all citizens of Wyoming, and promotes prevention. Among its programs is the Development Disabilities Division, which provides resources for people living with acquired brain injury, as well as other disabilities
Wyoming Independent Living Rehabilitation, Inc. (WILR) is a registered, private, non-profit agency that assists and educates Wyoming citizens with severe disabilities and provides tools for living independently. A variety of direct and referred services are available. WILR’s include Independent Living, Visually Impaired Services for the Older Blind, Consumer Directed Care, Nursing Home Transition, Transportation Check Program and others. All services are provided on a "consumer-oriented" basis.