If you are concerned about yourself or a colleague call WPAP at (307) 472-1222. All calls remain confidential.
When you reach out to WPAP, we will first provide a personalized consultation to determine how WPAP can be of the most assistance. These services can include life-coaching, referrals, screenings and monitoring. For those situational issues, WPAP can offer life coaching and actionable suggestions to assist you in coping with the stressors at hand. If needed, these sessions can be scheduled monthly.
If more in-depth treatment is indicated, WPAP will refer you to a counselor, psychiatrist or psychologist in your area who can provide you with treatment. We have a referral list of over 50 treatment professionals across the state and will be able to connect you with a specialist in your area.
We can guide you through the challenges associated with substance use disorders.
For the most extreme circumstances, WPAP can suggest professional treatment facilities. We can also direct you to local treatment providers who specialize in substance use disorders. By signing a monitoring agreement with WPAP, we can provide the oversight, including drug testing, relapse support and monthly WPAP contact that helps many individuals meet their goal of long term recovery. Only if specifically requested by the individual in monitoring, WPAP can provide objective 3rd party reports documenting recovery to employers, therapists, licensing boards, and courts.
If you are struggling with mental and behavioral health issues WPAP can refer you to a treatment provider. We also provide a monitoring program for individuals with mental/behavioral health issues where WPAP can guide you in finding and maintaining appropriate treatment.