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Wyoming Resources

Prevent Child Abuse Wyoming
Coordinating prevention efforts in Wyoming to reduce incidents of child neglect, physical, emotional and sexual abuse

Wyoming Citizen Review Panel
To review procedures throughout the state, offering summaries and recommendations for improvements benefiting children and families

Wyoming Department of Family Services

Wyoming Sex Offender Registration Page

Wyoming Department of Victim Services
The Division of Victim Services was created by the Wyoming state legislature in 1997 to ensure that Wyoming was doing all that it can and should do to help Wyoming crime victims and their families. The Division is proud to be the voice for crime victims in Wyoming and is dedicated to helping crime victims by developing programs to help them navigate, understand, and participate in the criminal justice system.


National Children's Alliance (NCA)
National Children's Alliance is a nationwide not-for-profit membership organization whose mission is to promote and support communities in providing a coordinated investigation and comprehensive response to victims of severe child abuse. NCA accredited members are Children's Advocacy Centers. CACW is a chapter of NCA.

Western Regional Children’s Advocacy Center (WRCAC)
WRCAC provides trainings to support Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs) throughout the western U.S. with close associations with the National Children's Alliance. CACW is a member of WRCAC.

Childhelp USA® is one of the largest and oldest national non-profits dedicated to the treatment and prevention of child abuse and neglect. The organization provides help and hope to millions of children and adults whose lives have been traumatized by child abuse.

National Child Abuse Hotline: 1.800.422.4453

Child Welfare League of America
The Child Welfare League is the oldest and largest national nonprofit organization developing and promoting policies and programs to protect America's children and strengthen American families.

Child Welfare Information Gateway
The Child Welfare Information Gateway provides statistics, information of State laws, publications, resources and technical assistance to professionals serving in the field of abuse and neglect.

National Children's Advocacy Center
To model and promote excellence in child abuse response and prevention.

Crimes against Children
FBI's Child-Pornography information site, with links to related resources.

National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions (NACHRI)

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
NCMEC serves as a focal point in providing assistance to parents, children, law enforcement, schools, and the community in recovering missing children and raising public awareness about ways to help prevent child abduction, molestation, and sexual exploitation.

Live Hotline: 1.800.THE.LOST

National Center for Victims of Crime
NCVC provides direct services and resources, advocates laws and public policies that create resources and protection for victims, delivers training and technical assistance to victim service providers and allied professionals, and fosters cutting-edge thinking about the impact of crime and the ways individuals can help victims regain control of their lives.

National District Attorney’s Association
National District Attorney’s Association is the oldest and largest professional organization representing criminal prosecutors in the world. Its members come from the offices of district attorneys, state's attorneys, attorneys general and county and city prosecutors with responsibility for prosecuting criminal violations in every state and territory of the United States.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Child Abuse and Neglect
Offers resources on child abuse and neglect, including definitions, identification of signs and symptoms, statistics and data, risk and protective factors, perpetrators, the impact on individuals and society, and fatalities.

All citizens have a responsibility to protect those who cannot protect themselves.

Wyoming state law mandates that any person who suspects child/vulnerable adult abuse, neglect or exploitation is required to report.

Help us spread the word about the importance of reporting abuse or neglect and remind all citizens that reporting is the first step towards protecting a child or vulnerable adult who might be in danger.

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If You Suspect Child Abuse

Report suspected abuse immediately. A suspicion, not proof, is required to make a report.