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Cody Office
2538 Big Horn Avenue
Cody, WY  82414
307 587 2197
Fax:  307 527 6218

Powell Office
627 Wyoming Avenue
Powell, WY 82435
307 754 5687 
FAX:  307 754 5697

HOPE House
1002 Rumsey Avenue
Cody, WY 82414
307 587 3008
FAX:  307 587 7638

Wallace H. Johnson Group Home
2713 Cougar Avenue
Cody, WY  82414
307 587 5112
FAX:  307 587 5446

Toll Free:
1 800 949 8839
After Hours Emergency
1 888 863 0535

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H.O.P.E House

H.O.P.E. House Information Our Mission H.O.P.E. is an acronym for Helping Ourselves Perform Effectively. The mission of the HOPE House is to provide a supportive environment in which adults who suffer from serious and persistent mental illness can rediscover their self-respect, dignity, and abilities through the opportunity to perform productive work, obtain a sense of belonging, and create meaningful relationships. More...

ManTherapy Website

Link to a website designed to target men at risk for suicide and mental health diseases. This website contains a questionnaire that men or their loved ones can take to learn more about their emotional state and if that person is at risk or should seek help. More...

YBHC - Offering Hope for a Better Tomorrow

mother & childWe are a private, non-profit organization with offices that provide out-patient mental health services in Cody and Powell; the Hope house, a drop-in treatment center with a club house atmosphere for adults with a serious mental illness; and the Wallace H. Johnson Group Home that provides a therapeutic residential environment for adults with serious and persistent mental illness to help them learn the skills to achieve independence and stability.

We have 36 full time employees, including clinical and administrative staff.

Last year we served approximately 1600 adults, children and their families.

All of our therapists hold Master’s or Doctorate degrees and are licensed by the State of Wyoming.

Our fees are based on a family's ability to pay

Featured Topics
Addictions. Addiction is the repeated involvement with a substance or activity, despite the substantial harm it now causes, because that involvement was (and may continue to be) pleasurable and/or valuable. More...
Addictions: Alcohol and Substance Abuse. People who become addicted to alcohol/drugs are gradually introduced and desensitized to them over a period of time. More...
Alternative Mental Health Medicine. This topic center provides information on complementary and alternative forms of medicine, including acupuncture, chiropractic, energy healing, herbal, amino acid, vitamin, naturopathic and homeopathic treatments, hypnosis, massage, spiritual healing, traditional Chinese and Indian medicine, meditation and yoga. More...
Disasters. Disasters are highly disruptive events that cause suffering, hardship, injury and even death, and the interruption of commerce/business. More...
Intellectual Disabilities. The terms "intellectual disability" and "intellectual developmental disorder," (formerly mental retardation) are two diagnostic labels with nearly identical meanings; i.e., they each describe a set of difficulties associated with limited mental abilities such as reasoning, planning, abstract thinking, judgment, academic learning (the ability to learn in school via traditional teaching methods), and experiential learning (the ability to learn by trial and error, or by observation). More...
Parenting. It's normal for new parents and caregivers to feel a mixture of excitement, joy, and love along with some anxiety, fear, and a little trepidation. More...
Yellowstone Education Services. Yellowstone has many education services to help our children learn as much as possible. More...

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Neonatal Vitamin K Refusal Tied to Nonimmunization
While neonatal vitamin K refusal is rare, parents who refuse vitamin K are less likely to immunize their child, according to a study published online Aug. 18 in PediatricsMore...

Job Losses Up Suicide Rate in Girls, Young Blacks
Statewide job loss increases suicide-related behaviors among adolescent females and non-Hispanic blacks, according to a study published online Aug. 14 in the American Journal of Public HealthMore...

Many With Schizophrenia Say They're Happy: Study
Finding is valuable, researchers say, because coping mechanisms can be taught to others. More...

When Parents Need Care, Daughters Carry the Burden: Study
Brothers often pass on responsibilities to sisters, research contends. More...

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Law Enforcement Trained for Mental Health Crises
YBHC trains local law enforcement officers for interactions with people experiencing a mental health problem More...

The Program to Encourage Active and Rewarding Lives (PEARLS) is a community–based treatment program using methods of problem solving treatment, social and physical activation, and increased participation in pleasant events to help reduce depression in older adults. More...

ManTherapy Website
Link to a website designed to target men at risk for suicide and mental health diseases. This website contains a questionnaire that men or their loved ones can take to learn more about their emotional state and if that person is at risk or should seek help. More...

Introduction to Alcohol and Substance Abuse
Since the beginning of human history and before, people have found ways to alter their bodies and their consciousness by taking substances such as herbs, alcohol, and drugs. Out of this practice has sprung many important contributions to science and culture, prominent among them being the development of modern medicine and the medical profession and the making of fine wines and liquors. More...