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Rental & Utility Assistance

With the end of ERAP and the rise in housing prices, many families find themselves having to choose between paying for a major expense or paying their rent. Family Promise of Albany County will work work families one-on-one to evaluate their situation, determine their need, and create a path of independence and sustainability for the family moving forward. This is what we call our PATH Program.

What to Expect

Initial Contact

  • Our resources can be found all over Laramie, but the best way to get in contact with us is via phone or email.

  • Reach out to find out if you are a good fit for our services or if we can refer you to somewhere that is a better fit.

  • If you are afraid your family is going to lose your housing or are struggling to keep it, reach out and we will see what we can help with.


  • After the initial contact and a basic screening, families are directed to fill out the PATH application.

  • This application asks specific questions about the family and their situation and there are digital and physical copies available.

  • Specific documents are required to be provided before being considered for services including (but not limited to) proof of income and identity. The case manager will help to determine what documentation is needed.

PATH Program

  • Currently, our PATH Program consists of the intake process, short term case management, and basic termination.

  • This program is in the works to offer more support to our clients and the community, so stay tuned for those changes!


  • We are proud and lucky to be able to say that our PATH program is relatively low barrier!

  • The family must have dependents under the age of 18 living with them and be currently residing in Albany County, Wyoming.

  • There are no income requirements, but it is more likely we will work with a family if they have some consistent income coming in.

First Meeting

  • Once the application is submitted along with all other documents, our case manager will reach out to the family and set up an initial consultation.

  • This meeting will be a time for the case manager to get to know the family and share more about their situation so we can determine the best way to help.

Follow Up

  • Following the first meeting, the case manager will continue to communicate with the family as assistance is determined.

  • Follow up can look like many things and is often different for every family. It can be meeting several more times, waiting for a lease to be signed, making contact with landlords, or a number of other things.

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