Our vision is to preserve, enhance and stabilize the quality of senior life, to maintain dignity and independence for older adults and to promote a community in which we all age well.
To provide a variety of activities, services and opportunities for participation, learning and socialization to older individuals to help them retain their personal skills & diminish stress to help them remain independent in their own homes and communities for as long as safely possible thereby reducing the emotional and financial burdens to their loved ones.
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Many older adults an their families are struggling to bridge the gaps between work and retirement, full independence and limited support, good health and chronic conditions. Senior Centers are instrumental in bridging those gaps.
The Hot Springs County Senior Citizens Center is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization that serves the entire county. Seniors from all walks of life utilize the services of the Senior Center; upper, middle, & low income seniors, the strong & frail, young seniors and older seniors. This diversity is what makes our senior center such a wonderful place.
Following a survey done in the early 1970s, it was determined a large number of seniors resided in the county, and these numbers were expected to increase.
The Hot Springs County Senior Citizens Center was established April 1, 1973 as a multipurpose senior center. Hot Springs County constructed a new building in May 1976, using county revenue sharing and general funds. Utilizing Wyoming Farm Loan Board and county funds in early 1984, the building was remodeled to provide additional office and storage space. The completed 8,400 square feet building was more energy efficient and accessible to the physically challenged.
In 2006, automatic doors were installed in the main entrance to further enhance accessibility.
In 2011, the center was able to take advantage of incentives offered by Rocky Mountain Power to replace all of the T12 bulbs and fixtures with the much more energy efficient T8 bulbs and fixtures.
In the fall of 2016, the interior remodel began to make the Center more welcoming and less sterile looking.
2019 brought our fully remodeled restrooms and additional improvements.
Notifying the Public of Rights under Title VI - English
- The Wyoming Department of Transportation operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes she or he has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with The Wyoming Department of Transportation.
- For more information on the Wyoming Department of Transportation’s civil rights program, and the procedures to file a complaint, please call 307-777-4457
email: [email protected]; or visit our administrative offices at 5300 Bishop Blvd. Cheyenne, WY 82009.
- For more information, visit www.dot.state.wy.us/home/business_with_wydot/civil_rights.html.
- A complainant may file a complainant may file a complaint directly with the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), Office of Civil Rights, Attention: FTA Region VIII Title VI Program Coordinator, The Byron Building, 1961 Stout St, Suite 13301 Denver, CO 80294; Telephone: (303) 362-2393.