Wyoming Quit Tobacco Program

The Wyoming Quit Tobacco Program offers free support, gum, patches and medication to help you quit smoking. Ready to quit? You can make it happen with our help!

Healthcare Facilities Project

A new vision for the Wyoming State Hospital and the Wyoming Life Resource Center is planned. However, the building conditions at both facilities makes it difficult to efficiently provide modernized treatment and care.

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Apply for Medicaid or Kid Care Chip

Are you or your family members eligible for healthcare coverage through Wyoming Medicaid or Kid Care CHIP? Learn how you can apply by phone, by mail or online.

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(Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce)

Discover how to get official copies of Wyoming birth, death, marriage and divorce certificates.
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Medicaid and Kid Care CHIP

Apply for Medicaid and Kid Care CHIP, or find helpful information about these important healthcare programs.
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Diseases and Conditions

Learn about the many diseases and conditions WDH works to prevent and help treat for Wyoming citizens.
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WDH Healthcare Facilities

Find out about our five unique healthcare facilities located in Wyoming communities.
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Radon Testing Good Idea for Wyoming Homes

Testing the radon levels found in Wyoming homes can help families know if a potentially dangerous health risk exists, according to the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH). Radon is an invisible, odorless, tasteless and dangerous gas found in many places, including...

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Wyoming Data Show Smoking-Related Health Impacts Continue

While recently available data gathered by the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) show Wyoming’s smoking rates have declined, related harmful health consequences continue to be a concern with new differences showing between men and women. “Smoking’s harmful link to...

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Departments Investigating Natrona County Hepatitis A Cases

The Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) and the Casper-Natrona County Health Department are investigating a recent increase in reported hepatitis A cases in Natrona County. Five cases have been confirmed so far among Natrona County residents, which is a significant...

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Growing Influenza Activity Seen In Wyoming

With flu activity reports in the state beginning to show growing numbers of illnesses, the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) is reminding residents how they can best avoid spreading influenza or becoming ill with the disease. “Our reports have been showing increasing...

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