Wyoming Department of Family Services (DFS)
The Wyoming Department of Family Services is dedicated to promoting the safety, well-being and self-sufficiency of families through community partnerships.
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DFS By the Numbers
DFS employs 813 people in 29 offices across the state.
On average, Economic Assistance serves 68,940 people a month with nutrition support and home heating help; Child Support Enforcement serves 110,000 people annually; Juvenile Services serves 2,350 youth annually and Protective Services works with 6,000 people annually.
The agency's total operating budget for fiscal year 2013-2014 is $282 million. Of that, $171 million come from the state's general fund. Another $101 million are federal dollars and another $10 million comes from special revenue funding.