November 3, 2021 |

Carbon County officials say they’re doing everything they can to reopen the Youth Crisis Center as soon as possible. Officials are in touch with representatives from similar operations in other communities, as well as the state youth services association.

With yesterday’s blessing from the commissioners, the county attorney is drafting a letter that will be sent to other crisis centers in Wyoming notifying them that Carbon County is seeking to contract with an agency on an interim or permanent basis. Cali O’Hare has the latest update in this developing story.

Pictured above: Sign on the door of the closed Youth Crisis Center in Rawlins. Photo by Cali O’Hare/Bigfoot 99.

Click here to view a copy of the press release sent out at 7:37 PM on Friday, October 29th by Carbon County Attorney Ashley Mayfield Davis following Bigfoot 99’s inquiries into the closure.

Cathedral Home for Children crisis hotline: 307-742-5936


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