Intensive Case Management Program.

Our Intensive Case Management Program supports a limited number of qualified individuals and/or families who meet 125% of the federal poverty guidelines. Approved participants of Project Hope will enter into a commitment. Each obligation will receive intensive case management, including but not limited to achieving and/or maintaining housing; enhancement of life skills; addressing individual needs; building social skills and community relations; and developing goals to achieve an improved quality of life.

* Please be advised that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently operating at a 200% of the Federal Poverty until December 16, 2022 for our Project Hope program. Please visit to view the 200% guidelines.

Transitional Housing.

Our transitional housing consists of single-occupancy apartments that are offered to homeless individuals, as well as larger apartments and/or homes, to assist low-income families. Both single occupancy and family housing opportunities include case management.

Get started

For more information about Project Hope or our Transitional Housing, please call (307) 635-9291 or click the “call” button below to connect with us now (if you’re viewing this on a mobile phone).


Download the Self-Sufficiency intake application

You must download, print, and complete this application prior to your appointment with a case manager.

For your convenience, the application is available in both English and Spanish versions; download by clicking the appropriate link below.

Intake aplicación en Español

CALC Application 2022

eligibility requirements

To qualify, individuals and families must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • Meet 125% federal poverty level guidelines
  • Be willing to actively participate for one year in intensive case management
  • Pass background check
  • Complete a program application

Before your first appointment with a case manager, you must print and complete our intake application. (To download the application, see the Intake Application tab below.) Applications are also available at the CALC office.

The intensive Case Management program was developed under federal grant #93.569, Community Service Block Grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services through the Administration of Children and Families, Office of Community Services, and the State of Wyoming, Department of Health, Public Health Division, Rural and Frontier Health.  You should not assume endorsement by the federal or state government.

This website was funded (in part) by a grant from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. The options, findings, and conclusions stated herein are those of Community Action of Laramie County, Inc., and do not necessarily reflect those of the United States of Veterans Affairs.

The federal Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, familial status, or disability.

appointment checklist

For any appointment, the following documentation is required:

  • Two forms of ID for each adult in the household
    • Social Security card
    • Photo ID (driver’s license, military ID, passport, or visa)
  • One form of ID for each child in the household
    • Social Security card
  • Income/employment
    • Award Letters
    • Paystubs (at least 3)
    • Verification of employment
    • Verification of benefits
  • Bank Statements
    • 6 months of statements of all open accounts.

To set up an appointment with a case manager, please call our office at (307) 635-9291 or stop by in person at 1920 Evans Ave. in Cheyenne.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are your program’s eligibility requirements?:

To be eligible for our programs, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Be at 125% federal poverty level
  • Be homeless or near homeless
  • Be willing to actively participate in intensive case management
  • Pass a background check
  • Submit a completed application

Is there income eligibility to qualify for Self-Sufficiency programs?
Yes; you must be making a minimum of $15,075 a year (for a one-person family), more if your family includes more than one member.

Do your programs have a waiting list?
Yes; the waiting list operates on a first-come, first-serve basis as case managers become available.

federal poverty level guidelines



Persons in family/household Poverty guideline
For families/households with more than 8 persons, add $4,720 for each additional person.
1 $16,100
2 $21,775
3 $27,450
4 $33,125
5 $38,800
6 $44,475
7 $50,150
8 $55,825

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