For services please call the office at 307-742-6480 or email email@example.com to see if you qualify and or to schedule an appointment with our family advocate.
With more than 40% of Americans a $400 expense away from financial distress, the threat of crisis looms closely for too many families. Preventing families from spiraling into homelessness is an essential part of the Family Promise mission.
How Can We Help?
For services please call the office at 307-742-6480 to see if you qualify and/or to schedule an appointment with our family advocate.
Anti-discrimination policy: Family Promise of Albany County does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.
FPAC serves families with children under the age of 18 who are currently living in Albany County, WY. Please contact the office at 307-742-6480 to see if you qualify and/or to set up an appointment.
Diaper & Hygiene Pantry
Open to the community Wednesdays and Thursdays 9AM-4PM
Can pick up one package of diapers per child, twice a month (1 package/child/ 2 times a month).
Example: If you have 2 children in diapers that’s a total of 4 packages a month.
In compliance with our goal to build more independent and sustainable solutions for our families, we have decided to alter our community hosting model and families are now being sheltered in hotel/motel rooms.
PATH- Financial Assistance
Families enrolled in our PATH program are eligible to receive emergency support on a case-by-case basis. Distribution of emergency funds are based on need and client engagement. Clients who demonstrate a capacity for sustainable living and who meet our enrollment requirements will be considered to receive aid first. When resources are available FPAC may provide emergency support for needs associated with sustainable living including: Rent/ utility relief, transportation costs, childcare services, vital document recovery, resources related to work or education, and other resources based on individual cases.
What can I expect when I first call?
When you first call you will speak with our family advocate. They will ask you to answer a few questions to determine if you are eligible for services including:
Are you currently living with and caring for a child under the age of 18?
What services are you requesting?
Where are you staying now?
Are you a resident of Albany County?
If you are determined eligible for enrollment FPAC will provide you an intake packet matching the program for which you are best suited: Shelter, or Prevention (PATH), or we may refer you to another organization better equipped to address your needs.
See our FAQs page for more information.