Our Mission
The Department of Family Services' mission is to promote the safety, well-being and self-sufficiency of families through community partnerships.  Local DFS offices can help qualifying families with supplemental nutrition assistance (SNAP), child support enforcement, Medicaid, child care assistance and other needed services in their communities. Our goal is to connect people with time-limited resources that promote healthy, safe, self-sufficient  families so they can contribute to their communities. 

Wyoming and Health Care Reform 

To shop for health insurance options under the Affordable Care Act,  visit Healthcare.gov.  For information on the Affordable Care Act's implementation in Wyoming, please click on the picture below to go to the Wyoming Insurance Department Website.

Also Available: 

ACA Information for Individuals     and     ACA Information for Employers 

Latest News

  • DFS Seeks Input from Community Partners, Staff and Citizens For Five-Year Strategic Plan Child Welfare and Juvenile Service Plan The DFS Social Services Division is looking for feedback on services from parents, law enforcement, educators, foster and youth care providers, judges, guardians ad litem, mental health professionalsand other ...
    Posted Feb 26, 2014, 1:27 PM by Tony Lewis
  • Public Notice: Repeal of CHINS Rules Public notice is hereby given that the Department of Family Services (DFS) intends to repeal the Children and Family Service-Children in Need of Supervision and Delinquent Children Rules; Chapter ...
    Posted Oct 30, 2013, 7:14 AM by Tony Lewis
  • Low Income Energy Assistance Program - LIEAP Application Fairs to be held state wide DFS has recently updated the Low Income Energy Assistance Program application and only the new application will be accepted this year. To aid applicants, LIEAP is hosting application fairs at ...
    Posted Oct 11, 2013, 2:22 PM by Tony Lewis
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To Report Abuse or Neglect

Please report ALL Child and Adult abuse/neglect to your local DFS office and/or law enforcement so services can occur immediately.  

Reporting abuse/neglect through this website may not provide immediate action and safety.