Hope starts with a warm and safe home and the opportunity to rebuild lives. Our
efforts are aimed at moving people toward self-sufficient living and teaching them
to do for themselves rather than depend on others for help. Read more
Our programs include parenting and self-sufficiency classes,
budgeting, and basic instruction in life skills such as self-esteem building, empowerment,
health and nutrition, along with academic skills enhancement and GED preparation.
In order to break the cycle of homelessness, children need love, structure, stability
and education. We provide creative play therapies, self-esteem building groups,
K-12 after-school tutoring and hugs and praise whenever needed. Read more
We would love to have any left over flowers to bring spring to our grounds, contact Sandy at 233-4348 for more information.
Seton House Needs
Ramen Noodles, manual can openers, and jelly/jam. We accept donations M,W,F from 10am-1pm Please call 233-4348 in advance for donations of large furniture
Seton House has been helping homeless families in Casper for 22 years. Since 1989, Seton House has provided shelter and supportive services for 1,145 families with 2,190 children.
Shelter for families is provided through 30 individual apartments, each with its own bath and kitchen.
Seton House is always full. We serve an average of 69 persons per day, 365 days per year.
Seton House occupancy rate for 2013 was 95.33%. We always have a waiting list which varies from 20 to 40 families every month.
In 2013, we served 96 families with 185 children and provided a total of 27,126 nights of shelter.
In 2013, 91.6% of families sheltered were from Wyoming, 6.2% were from out of state.
All residents sign contracts upon entering the program agreeing they will participate in Case Management, submit to an entry-level urinalysis test, pay 15% of their income in rent, and participate in a mandatory savings plan of another 15% of their income.
Family Support Services programs include parenting and self-sufficiency classes and basic instruction in life skills such as budgeting, empowerment, hygiene, health and nutrition classes, along with GED preparation, job skills, and computer literacy.
Programs provided for children include one-on-one tutoring, computer literacy, homework lab, life skills, coping skills, self-esteem building, and creative therapies.
Families can stay at Seton House up to two years as long as they are making progress toward self-sufficiency.
In 2013, 82.3% of residents were employed, 7 residents were students in Casper College or job training programs, and 3 residents were unable to work due to advanced pregnancy, physical or mental disability.
12 parents were able to regain custody of 18 children from foster care while living at Seton House in 2013.