Senior Center of Jackson Hole


The Senior Center of Jackson Hole has prepared a Teton County Elder Resource Guide. Browse the resource list below or download and print the list for quick reference at home.


Statewide resource for seniors for health, financial security, housing and care-giving information.

Available from health care providers, SJMC social services, Institute for Cognitive Health, Senior Center of Jackson Hole.

An age-friendly community is an inclusive and accessible environment that promotes active aging. Meets at the Senior Center of Jackson Hole the second Wednesday of each month.

Support, education and services for exploited, neglected or abused elders.

Information and support for cancer patients and their families and friends

This waiver offers an option for individuals who need nursing home level of care but wish to remain in their home or admit to an Assisted Living Facility.

  • SJMC Cognitive Health Dept. 307-739-7434
    Education, information, referral, Lending Library & Support Groups
  • Senior Center of Jackson Hole 307-733-7300
    Support Groups, Caregiver Training, National Family Caregiver Program

Now called:
Social Services in Jackson, WY

115 W. Snow King, Jackson, WY
Information on food stamps, child and adult protection and Medicaid.

Carol Taylor, LCSW
Geriatric care management offering compassionate & responsive care for elders and their families.

Good Samaritan Mission – 285 W. Pearl, Jackson WY 307-733-3165
Shelter for 2 nights, breakfast & dinner weekdays, breakfast, lunch & dinner weekends.

Community Safety Network – Free, confidential services available any time of day or night by calling 307-733-SAFE (7233).

Department of Workforce Services 307-733-4091
Assistance with job retraining, employment placement, unemployment services.

Experience Works 877-314-5519
Job training & placement program for people age 55+.

Low Income Energy Assistance, LIEAP, is a state and federally-funded program that helps people pay home heating bills.

  • See Food Map Available From Senior Center of Jackson Hole
    Senior Center of Jackson Hole 307-733-7300
    Congregate meals served Mon-Fri at noon, home delivered meals, complementary food table (Jackson Whole Food Rescue),
    Free meals 1st & 3rd Friday of the month.
  • Jackson Cupboard 170 N. Glenwood
    Providing essential nutritious food for community members in need. Mon & Thurs 4:00-6:00, Wed 10:00-12:00
  • Wednesday Night Community Dinners at the Presbyterian Church of Jackson Hole 1251 S. Park Loop Rd.
  • Community Lunch Program, Our Lady of the Mountains Catholic Church, weekdays. 201 S. Jackson St.

Mental health counseling and support, 24 hour crisis line.

  • Senior Center of Jackson Hole 307-733-7300
    In-home care services on a sliding fee scale as well as private pay options for personal care, companion
    care, housekeeping and transportation; contact Senior Center for Private Caregiver Registry
  • St. John’s Medical Center Home Health and Hospice 307-739-7465
    Offering Medicare certified in-home skilled nursing services, clinical social work, ancillary therapies, patient and family education and hospice care.
  • Pioneer Homestead Apartments 307-733-9787
    Subsidized housing for seniors and people with disabilities
  • Low Income Housing
  • Latino Resource Center 170 N. Glenwood 307- 734-0333
  • El Puente 460 E. Pearl, Jackson, WY 307-739-4544
    Medical translation and interpretation services.
  • Legal Aid of Wyoming 1-877-432-9955
    Legal advice/assistance for those with limited income
  • Teton County Access to Justice Center 307-734-9023
    Free civil legal services to qualified persons with referral to attorneys if needed.
  • Senior Center of Jackson Hole 307-733-7300
    Loan closet for walkers, wheelchairs, toilet risers, bath benches, etc.
  • Western Medical Equipment 307-200-6222
    Portable oxygen and durable medical equipment supplier.
  • LinCare 150 Scott Ln # A, Jackson 307-733-9737
    Oxygen and durable Medical Equipment supplier.

Financial assistance for nursing home, inpatient hospital, hospice, long-term in-home waiver, assisted living waiver, acquired brain injury.

  • Senior Center of Jackson Hole 307-733-7300
    Trained volunteers to assist with Medicare issues
  • Medicare – US Government 1-800-Medicare
  • Senior Center of Jackson Hole 307-733-7300
    Limited assistance available for low income seniors
  • Various patient assistance programs via pharmaceutical companies. Consult with local physician or pharmacist.
  • Teton County Public Health recycles non-narcotic medications 460 E. Pearl St., 733-6401
  • Teton County Sheriff (all medications)180 S. King, 733-4052

Wyoming Department of Health

This website is a resource for individuals, families and agencies concerned with community health. It provides information about community health services, laws, and related news, as well as communication tools and other features. Regardless of where you begin your search for assistance with community health issues, the Network of Care helps you find what you need. It helps ensure that there is “No Wrong Door” for those who need services.

Analyn Reader
Regional Ombudsman at Wyoming Senior Citizens Inc.

Emergency aid and resources in times of crisis, financial guidance and empowerment, language assistance for essential health and safety, and community-building programs that supply information.

  • Life Line, St. John’s Home Care Services, Jackson WY 307-739-7465
  • LinCare PAS (Personal Alert System) 307-733-9737
  • AssureLink 841 Oxford Dr, Idaho Falls, ID 83401 208-523-2704

Services for people age 60+ including congregate and home delivered meals, activities,
transportation, home care assistance, personal care services, resource and referral

  • Rock Springs 855-881-0211
  • Idaho Falls 866-253-0489
  • National 800-772-1213
    Application, benefits/eligibility information, Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income

307-733-3636 / 307-739-7434
Medical care, 24 hour ER, home health/hospice, long term care, support groups, education, cognitive health.

Curran Seeley 307-733-3908
Assistance for individuals and families with alcohol and drug abuse issues including evaluation, treatment,
support groups & education.

  • APEX Counseling 307-732-4199
  • Alcoholics Anonymous 307-733-5322
  • Alcohol & Narcotics 24 hour helpline 1-877-479-9777
  • Wyoming Tax Refund for Elder & Disabled 866-989-8901
    Applications available June-Aug at the Senior Center of Jackson Hole
  • Property Tax Relief – Teton County Treasurer’s Office 703-733-4770
  • Teton County Library Free Tax Preparation Service 307-733-2164 x333

Recreational activities including swimming, hiking, skiing, crafts, educational events for all community members, featuring special programming for seniors.

The Teton County Library Collection offers a variety of ebooks, audio-books, music, videos, movies and digital media.

460 E. Pearl Av. Jackson
Immunizations, flu shots, environmental health and education.

The Victim Services Department informs all crime victims of their rights and available services. They provide comprehensive services to educate, empower, and advocate for crime victims.

Free health clinic for Teton County residents every Tuesday evening at 557 East Broadway (next to the Living Center) from 5:30-7:45pm every Tuesday.

  • START Bus 307-733-4521
    Local Jackson area fixed route service in town and to Teton Village.
  • START Bus – ADA 733-4521
    One-day advance reservation for disabled riders 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Senior Center of Jackson Hole Bus 307-733-7300
    Provides door-to-door service within town limits Mon-Fri 9:00-3:00. Limited escorted transportation on a one-to-one basis also available.

State Veterans Service Officer Lori Crump can help U.S. Vets with an array of financial, legal, housing and health issues.

  • Lori Crump, State Veteran Service Officer, Phone: 307-438-2101

Community Foundation of Jackson Hole
The Community Foundation provides ease and flexibility in giving to help people leave lasting legacies.

A faith-based nonprofit organization that provides affordable housing and other assistance services primarily to low-income people throughout the United States.

The Assistive Technology Act supports state efforts to improve the provision of assistive technology by providing states with financial assistance to meet the assistive technology needs of individuals with disabilities.

Program of University of Wyoming. Provides live and online training on topics including mental health, end of life care, chronic disease management, care transitions and Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.

Serves as the umbrella corporation for the Guardianship Program, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Ombudsman Program, the Representative Payee Program and the Pooled Trust Program.
Wyoming Independent Living Rehabilitation and Project Out (WILR) 1-800-735-8322
Dedicated to the philosophy that every person, regardless of disability, deserves to experience dignity, safety, health and personal independence.

TTY: 800-908-7011
WIND works to assist individuals with developmental disabilities, their families, professionals, and University of Wyoming students through education, training, community services, and early intervention.

5410 Bishop Blvd. Cheyenne, WY
Information on Veterans and Wyoming State Services and National Guard for families and employers.

Riverton, WY
A private, nonprofit organization whose purpose is to meet the needs of Wyoming’s older residents and help them maintain their independence.

800-745-2394 / 307-362-4159
Provides continually increasing opportunities for individuals with disabilities to live as independently as possible including services such as travel vouchers.