About Us

Interfaith began with a concerned group of people consisting of clergy, social service agency directors, and other interested persons who formed the Interfaith Council. This effort originated in February 1982, when a Church Women United Committee was appointed to investigate ways to meet the needs of the increasing number of people requiring emergency food and shelter. It was apparent that many were falling through the cracks of the existing system for emergency needs.

Casper ministers, social service agency directors, and interested persons met in a workshop sponsored by Church Women United. Many different approaches to the problem were considered. It was originally decided to concentrate efforts on a central clearing house and permanent housing for families. Interfaith began serving persons who needed emergency assistance in October 1984. The first family went into transitional housing in November 1984.

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

To promote self-sufficiency and the ability to live independently.

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Interfaith has evolved into an organization that provides emergency services to qualifying individuals living below the poverty level.

Emergency Services
Homeless Prevention
Food Items

Nondiscrimination policy

Interfaith of Natrona County does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal or state law in any of its activities or operations. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all clients, volunteers, staff, and board members.
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Our Team

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Lindsey Tempest

Executive Director


Diane Sanderson

Case Manager


Damion Burback

Case Manager


Brandy Ortega

Case Manager


Kathy Piper


Board of Directors

I chose to join the Board of Directors serving Interfaith of Natrona County, because I believe in the assistance and resources they provide. I appreciate that Interfaith serves our community in a way that empowers and maintains the dignity of those they serve. -Risa Sabus

I serve on Interfaith’s board to be of service to my community of Natrona County. I stand by our mission wholeheartedly and am grateful to be a part of an organization that offers some peace to those who feel otherwise. -Abigail Childs