We seek to empower lives through compassion

“I am grateful for the support and kindness I found through homeless services. They provided more than just a roof over my head; they offered me hope, a chance to rebuild, and a community that truly cares. With their help, I am on a path towards a brighter future.”

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Services We Provide

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Personal Items

Items related to personal care and basic essentials, such as clothing, toiletries, laundry, and work related specialized footwear.

Home Essentials

Items for maintaining a comfortable home environment, including laundry-related items, furniture, general household items, and blankets.


Assistance with important documents needed for identification and legal purposes, such as birth certificates and ID or driver's licenses.

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Financial Assistance

Gasoline for new employment or medical appointments, minor medical costs and prescriptions, and rent or utility assistance when funding allows.

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About Interfaith

We work to promote self-sufficiency and the ability to live independently

Interfaith of Natrona County provides connections to community resources and supplemental assistance to qualifying Natrona County residents, to empower and encourage self-sufficiency.

Thank you to Our Supporters!

How can we help?


Find out how to apply for services, eligibility criteria, and the simple steps to take advantage of the empowering programs designed to enhance self-sufficiency. 

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Need Assistance? Call Us!

(307) 235-8043

We require all requests for assistance to make an appointment to meet with a case manager. This ensures you get the undivided attention of a case manager so that all your needs can be met.

Please call to schedule an appointment for all services except rent/utility. Review and fill out the Housing and Utility Assistance Form here.

We follow HUD Poverty Guidelines for Annual Income limits. Click here to see if you qualify. 

We are not a landlord and do not own any rental properties. We do keep an updated landlord list for those in need of housing. Click here for the landlord list.

Click here for the felon-friendly landlord list. 

We do not have funding for hotels. We recommend anyone needing emergency shelter contact Wyoming Rescue Mission.

Every state varies in the length of time it takes to get your birth certificate. The state of Wyoming is typically 4-6 weeks.

Clothing vouchers can be given out every 6 months.

  1. If you were recently hired and have yet to receive your first paycheck, we can assist with gas, so you have transportation until you get your paycheck. We require proof of employment.
  2. If you have new, unexpected medical appointments that will require multiple trips across town. We require proof of appointment.
  3. Vehicle must have current registration, active insurance and driver must have valid driver’s license. We require proof of all items.

Interfaith receives funding from Natrona Collective Health Trust, United Way, Wyoming Community Foundation, Double 4 Foundation, McMurry Foundation, Gertrude Kamps Foundation, local area churches and private donors.

We are a non-denominational, non-discriminatory organization that focuses on self-sufficiency and empowering our community. See our Nondiscrimination Policy