Who We Are
Friends of Wyoming Life Resource Center (FWLRC) is a volunteer organization comprised of families, guardians, and friends of people with cognitive/intellectual/developmental disabilities or acquired brain injuries; primarily those who live in Wyoming's only Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICF-IID).
FWLRC is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation registered with the State of Wyoming and Internal Revenue Service.
FWLRC has no paid staff; we advocate at our own expense.
FWLRC does not employ a lobbyist.
Friends of Wyoming Life Resource Center is dedicated to securing, maintaining, and improving services for Wyomingites with all levels of developmental disabilities or acquired brain injuries. We advocate for a full range of services and a full continuum of living arrangements - home, community-based waiver, and ICF-IID programs.
Developmental Disabilities/Acquired Brain Injuries in Wyoming
2, 335 Wyomingites were served under the Developmental Disabilities or Acquired Brain Injury Medicaid Waivers (state's fiscal year 2015). Currently, 75 people with Developmental Disabilities or Acquired Brain Injuries live and receive services at the Wyoming Life Resource Center. Our organization provides a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves.
How we help...
Shawn Humberson, President
Vicke Nelson, Vice-President
Sharon Humberson, Secretary
Tyler Ross, Treasurer
Mary Burnett, Member,
Nolan Jenkins, Member
Paul Juntunen, Member
Steve Nelson, Member
Senator Cale Case
Lander Chamber of Commerce
Goshen County Economic Devlopment
Wyoming Nonprofit Network
The Inn at Lander
Black Hills Energy