Wyoming Office of Multicultural Health
Working to ensure Wyoming's racial and ethnic minority residents receive the same quality healthcare as the general population by advocating for policies, programs and services that improve access to healthcare systems.
Wyoming's Office of Multicultural Health serves as a central point for the exchange of information, expertise, and assistance in improving the health status of Wyoming's minority populations, health issues, cultural and linguistic health care barriers, and accessing specialty services.
The mission of the WOMH is to minimize health disparities among underserved populations in the state through networking, partnerships, education, collaboration, and advocacy; and to promote culturally competent programs aimed at improving health equity.
May 9th is Children's Mental Health Awareness Day!
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Cultural Competency Training
2013 training dates and locations - Click here
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Download our April 2013 Newsletter - Happy reading!
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