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Help us Build Hope

 We have been serving victims and their families in Fremont County Wyoming and the Wind River Indian Reservation since 1981 and have sheltered over 1,500 families totaling in over 4,000 people since we were founded. 

Now, we need help to keep serving the community and we need help keeping survivors safe. . . .


Our shelter, the only domestic violence and sexual assault crisis shelter in the entire county, flooded last year and the damage was catastrophic.

  • Over 400 gallons of water ran from the top floor to the basement.

  • The water hit the breaker box and fried the building.

  • The building was originally built in 1918 and the foundation froze and cracked.

  • Asbestos was uncovered in the crumbling walls and floor.


The damage meant we have had to close our doors at the shelter until we can raise enough funds to rebuild. Yes, we have been able to keep meeting survivors needs but it has been incredibly expensive to shelter off site. This also means we are not as easily accessible to the folks we are trying to keep safe. Our goal is to rebuild a facility that will serve Fremont County for another 40+ years. Some of our goal includes creating a fully ADA accessible unit as well as a Pet Friendly unit for families.

Who Are We?

We are a registered nonprofit agency dedicated to the service of victims of doestic violence and sexual assault which has been serving Fremont County for over 40 years. Our goal is to provide compassionate and supportive services to our clients, helping them to move forward violence free.


Crisis Intervention and Emergency Services

  • 24-hour local hotline

  • Emergency transportation

  • Safety Planning

  • Hospital Response for:

    • Sexual assault exam information, support, resources and clothing.​

    • Domestic Violence assault support and resources. An advocate will respond to any request for services at the hospital, even if the victim is not going to report the assault or does not want an exam. 

  • Emergency shelter

  • Advocacy for victim/ survivors between agencies.




Follow Up Support Services

  • Assistance with filling out, filing and accompaniment to court for.

    • Domestic Violence Protection Orders​

    • Sexual Assault Protection Orders

    • Stalking Protection Orders

    • Tribal Court Full Faith and Credit

  • Assistance with filing victimm compensation

  • Budgeting/financial education

  • Providing referral services to other agencies

  • Support Groups Weekly

    • Riverton - Wednesday 4:00 p.m-5:30 P.m.​

    • Lander   - Wednesday 4:00 p.m.-5:30 P.m.

  • Clothing and Household items.







Fremont County Alliance wanted to thank our community for all of your generous support. Your continued support is appreciated. 

Thank you!!!!!

              A shout out out!!!!

              Thank You !!!

             To Taco John's

            in Riverton, Wyoming

         for your generous donation! 




A shout out out!!!!

Thank You !!!

To The Rusty Truck

in Riverton, Wyoming

 for your generous donation! 

Fremont County Alliance is now seeing clients in office. To help keep our clients and staff safe we request all clients call for an appointment.

To talk with an advocate and to set up an appointment please call,




Thank You So Much

Financial Empowerment and Assistance

  • All Financial Assistance is given on a case-by-case basis, depending on available resources and the situational circumstance. 

  • Assist in Budgeting and Financial Literacy

  • Help with getting locks changed and keys

  • Document replacement and fee's (IE: ss card, birth certificates, drivers license)

  • cell phones and minutes. 

     Speak with our advocates, we are here for you! 

Education and Primary Prevention

  • Presentations to groups / students / organizations

  • Awareness Events

    • Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October​

    • Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month in February 

    • Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April. 

~ For More information about events or to request a presentation please feel free to call our office at (307) 856-0942 ~​

Get Involved become a Volunteer!


and a warm welcome

to our new Lander Advocate!!!

Amanda has joined out team bringing her warm and compassionate spirit.  






All of our services are free and confidential. We do not discriminate for access to services on the basis of real or perceived race/ethnicity, language, sex, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, (dis) ability, social class, economic status, education, marital status, religious affiliation, residency, HIV status, sexual preference or national origin. 

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