SIGN OUR HEALTHCARE PETITION TODAY!

Join us to demand better healthcare access in Wyoming.

Too many hard working Wyomingites lack the freedom to access the healthcare they need. 

Whether it’s because they struggle to afford insurance or treatment, can’t find quality healthcare providers in their community, or must travel great distances for care, we need a better Wyoming healthcare system that we can depend on. 

The Wyoming Legislature’s 2024 budget session is from Feb. 12 – March 8. One of their biggest tasks will be to decide whether to invest in healthcare services and programs that we rely on by funding the Wyoming Department of Health.

More than 90 percent of the Department of Health’s budget passes through to local healthcare clinics, providers, and patients. 

But some lawmakers want to cut the agency’s budget, regardless of the harm that would do to mental health, senior services, disabilities services, community care, and programs to make healthcare more affordable.

Join hundreds of other Wyoming residents calling on our state representatives to invest in healthcare in our communities by fully funding the Department of Health. 

YOUR VOICE MATTERS. Sign our petition on behalf of better healthcare access in Wyoming today.

Watch the video testimonials that Better Wyoming volunteers and staff did in front of the Joint Appropriations Committee below.

SIGN OUR HEALTHCARE PETITION TODAY!

Join us to demand better healthcare access in Wyoming.

^Use the above form to sign our petition on behalf of better healthcare access in Wyoming today.

Too many hard working Wyomingites lack the freedom to access the healthcare they need. 

Whether it’s because they struggle to afford insurance or treatment, can’t find quality healthcare providers in their community, or must travel great distances for care, we need a better Wyoming healthcare system that we can depend on. 

The Wyoming Legislature’s 2024 budget session is from Feb. 12 – March 8. One of their biggest tasks will be to decide whether to invest in healthcare services and programs that we rely on by funding the Wyoming Department of Health.

More than 90 percent of the Department of Health’s budget passes through to local healthcare clinics, providers, and patients. 

But some lawmakers want to cut the agency’s budget, regardless of the harm that would do to mental health, senior services, disabilities services, community care, and programs to make healthcare more affordable.

Join hundreds of other Wyoming residents calling on our state representatives to invest in healthcare in our communities by fully funding the Department of Health. 

YOUR VOICE MATTERS. Sign our petition on behalf of better healthcare access in Wyoming today.

Watch the video testimonials that Better Wyoming volunteers and staff did in front of the Joint Appropriations Committee below.