The Department of Family Services' mission is to promote the safety, well-being and self-sufficiency of families through community partnerships. Local DFS offices can help qualifying families with supplemental nutrition assistance (SNAP), child support enforcement, Medicaid, child care assistance and other needed services in their communities. Our goal is to connect people with time-limited resources that promote healthy, safe, self-sufficient families so they can contribute to their communities.
Wyoming and Health Care Reform
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The Department of Family Services would like to share our DRAFT state plan of the Child Care Development Block Grant. If you can, please take an hour or two and go through the plan and let us know if anything stands out to you as unclear or any questions you have. This is DFS's state plan, but we really need your input as an Early Childcare statewide team.
We have three public hearings scheduled from 1-877-273-7908 pin - 942603#. The final version of the Early Childhood State Plan to due to the federal Office of Child Care on ., . You may share your comments with us during the scheduled times at
We value your partnerships and input.
Brenda Lyttle, CCBG Administrator
For DFS rules click here: http://soswy.state.wy.us/Rules/default.aspx
To Report Abuse or Neglect
Please report ALL Child and Adult abuse/neglect to your local DFS office and/or law enforcement so services can occur immediately.
Reporting abuse/neglect through this website may not provide immediate action and safety.