Survey Results

We’ve posted the results of the survey we conducted in December, 2011. A summary can be downloaded here.

Welcome!

The Wyoming Children’s Action Alliance is a non-profit organization with three primary purposes that directly and indirectly impact positive outcomes for children and families in Wyoming:

  1. Professional Development
  2. Data Collection & Dissemination
  3. Active Advocacy

• Professional Development

The Wyoming Statewide Training And Resource System program is funded by the Wyoming Department of Family Services and administered by the Wyoming Children’s Action Alliance.

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For more information about these Professional Development Programs, call the Wyoming Children’s Action Alliance at 800-400-3999.

• KIDS COUNT: Policy, advocacy, and child well-being data

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The Wyoming Children’s Action Alliance is the Wyoming KIDS COUNT Grantee. KIDS COUNT, a project of the Annie E. Casey Foundation, is a national and state-by-state effort to track the status of children in the United States. By providing policymakers and citizens with benchmarks of child well-being, KIDS COUNT seeks to enrich local, state and national discussions concerning ways to secure better futures for all children. The 2010 Wyoming Kids Count Data report Painting by the Numbers - Impact of a Boom “Decade” on Wyoming’s Children: 2000-2008 is available on-line at
http://www.kidscount.wykids.org/2010_WY_Report.

• Active Advocacy

Voices For America's Children Member

The Wyoming Children’s Action Alliance (WCAA) is a member of Voices for America’s Children, a network of state and locally-based child advocacy organizations in forty-four states across the country.

WCAA is a research-based, non-partisan, independent advocate committed to no interest group other than children. As a member of Voices, WCAA is working to create a society that recognizes and works to ensure that every child:

  1. is economically secure and free from poverty and its debilitating effects;
  2. has quality health care;
  3. has quality educational opportunities throughout their childhood;
  4. is safe from all forms of abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence; and
  5. lives in a nurturing family, in a supportive community committed to children’s development to their maximum potential.

The Wyoming Children’s Action Alliance receives funds from the Wyoming Department of Family Services, the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, Annie E. Casey Foundation and caring citizens like you.