Resources and Links
This page contains resources and links for COVID-19 information at the local, county, state, and federal levels. Page includes local resources for Cheyenne and Laramie County residents. This site will be updated with information as it becomes available. The City of Cheyenne is not responsible for updates on various pages below.
If you are a Cheyenne or Laramie County resident providing food resources, financial resources, or job opportunities due to COVID-19, please send your information (Organization name, contact, address, website, supporting information) to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- World Health Organization (WHO)
- The White House
- State of Wyoming
- Wyoming Dept. of Health
- Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Dept.
- Cheyenne Regional Medical Center
- City of Cheyenne
If you have been laid off from your job, you may be entitled to a special enrollment period and eligible to apply for health care through the healthcare marketplace. You can visit healthcare.gov to enroll or go to enrollwyo.org to schedule time with a navigator to help you enroll in a health care program.
The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services - Unemployment Insurance Program pays temporary benefits to workers who have lost their job through no fault of their own. In order to access this program, those workers need to be looking for work and meet certain requirements.
The Unemployment Insurance Division offers the following services:
Unemployment Claims and Payments
Employer Protests and Charging
Benefit Payment Control
The Department of Workforce Services (DWS) is readying to update its Unemployment Insurance (UI) system to distribute unemployment funds from the Coronavirus stimulus package to boost jobless benefits. DWS is reviewing information received over the weekend from the U.S. Department of Labor to begin putting processes in place to distribute important funding under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) Act. Click on the hyperlink above for the full press release from the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services.
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, Forward Greater Cheyenne and the City of Cheyenne have partnered to meet the urgent needs of our community.
In this time of increased need, our community is rallying together to provide critical support for our neighbors who don’t have the resources to weather this crisis. Help us get cash directly into the hands of individuals who need it the most. Donations accepted, application to apply for relief opens Monday, April 13.
-----United Way of Laramie County Economic Relief Fund
To assist small businesses during this difficult time, the DDA is offering micro-grants of up to $2,500.00. To apply, visit www.downtowncheyenne.com
Organizer: Laramie County School District #1 Feeding Program (ages 18 and under) Additional Info
Organizer: Lynn Buys Houses
Donations dropped off at 700 East 19th Street.
Donation to fill immediate needs and build 5,000 sack lunches to hand out during break and after. Needs: Bread, peanut butter, jelly, canned tuna, chicken, chili, Mac & Cheese, nuts, fruit snacks, etc. Click here to complete a form to share any needs or services that you are seeking, or if you have needs or services that you can provide. From there, you will be matched with a person or organization.
Organizer: Ambitious Diversities Purple Pantry
Address: 3908 West 5th Street
Tuesday from 10:00am-2:00pm (Drive-up only)
Frozen meals, canned goods, and non-perishable items
Organizer: Element Church
Address: 600 East Carlson, #201
Monday-Thursday from 10am to 1pm, beginning March 23rd.
Home deliveries for the elderly who are confined to their homes call 307-200-8840. Leave name and address and they will deliver the following day. Closed Sundays.
Organizer: Fellowship Baptist Church
Address: 1317 Avenue C
First Wednesday of each month. Provides a food box. Drive-up only.
Organizer: Needs, INC.
Address: 206 Van Lennen Avenue
Monday – Thursday from 10am – 1pm
ID required. Drive up only. Will give one food and commodity box per person, only 1 person in the lobby at a time and do not bring in your own boxes.
Organizer: Salvation Army
Address: 601 East 20th Street
Drive-up food box available. Call first.
Organizer: True Vine Church
Address: 110 Central Avenue
Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday from 10am to 6pm. Drive up only. No ID required.
Organizer: St. Joseph’s Food Pantry
Address: 206 Van Lennen Ave
Monday – Thursday from 10am – 1pm. Drive up only. County ID required. Contact Eva.
Organizer: Little Free Pantry’s, located at the following Churches: St. Mark’s Episcopal (1908 Central located around the corner on East 19th Street), and St Paul Lutheran (218 East 19th Street), Ascension Lutheran (712 Storey Blvd) They will stock wooden boxes outside as supplies allow. If anyone would like, please drop off non-perishable foods.
Grocery store information and hours including select shopping availability to those who are elderly, pregnant, or have a compromised immune system.
Address: 5800 Yellowstone
Open for the elderly Tuesday and Thursday from 7-9am
Address: 3355 E. Pershing
Open for the elderly Tuesday and Thursday from 7-9am
Address: 1506 Thomes Avenue #A
Open to the public Monday-Friday, 8am – 6pm and Saturday 10am-2pm.
Address: 1948 Dell Range Blvd.
Open Monday – Saturday 9am- 8pm, Sunday 10am – 6pm. Pick up Orders: 7am-9am.
Address: 2032 Dell Range Blvd.
Weekly 7am – 8:30pm with availability to seniors on Tuesday from 6-7am
Address: 580 Livingston Ave.
Weekly 7am-8:30pm with availability to seniors on Tuesday from 6-7am