Escape for a Cause

Peak Wellness Center will benefit from your support of “Escape for a Cause” at Epic Escape Game Cheyenne from November 30 – December 2, 2016.   Anyone who plays a room on those dates between 3 and 9 p.m. and uses promo code PEAK2016 at the time of booking will be supporting our organization and … Continued

Peak Wellness Center Impacted by Budget Cuts: Program Cuts Effectively Balance Budgets and Streamline Operations to Ensure Financial Viability

Press Release - Budgets Media Contact:   June 27, 2016                                                                    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE     Peak Wellness Center Deeply Impacted by Budget Cuts Cheyenne, WY – The State of Wyoming is experiencing financial and budgetary swings that have led to unusual programming changes. Peak Wellness Center, in response to the need to balance … Continued

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

  May 4, 2016                                                                         FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE     May is Mental Health Awareness Month Theme Highlights Importance of Speaking Up, Sharing What #mentalillnessfeelslike   Cheyenne, WY – Mental health awareness month comes around every May. Working in the mental health and wellness community means that this month is very much … Continued

Peak @ Safe Kids Event

Peak Wellness Center is participating in the Safe Kids event scheduled for May 7th at the Cheyenne Family YMCA from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Be sure to stop by our booth and gather the great information the Peak experts have to share.

Peak Hires Chief Operating Officer

  Originally from Northeastern Colorado, Kortnie Mendoza joins the Peak Wellness Center team after serving as the Regional Operations Director for Centennial Mental Health Center. She has experience in management and programmatic oversight and has served on many Boards within the community including her role as the Vice President of the Fort Morgan Area Chamber … Continued

Cheyenne Police Officers Receive Mental Health Training

Cheyenne Police Officers Receive Mental Health Training By Sarah Zoellick, Wyoming Tribune Eagle CHEYENNE – On a daily basis, Cheyenne Police Department officers deal with community members experiencing a mental illness or crisis. So this week, officers and first responders from around the state are gathered here to receive 40 hours of Crisis Intervention Training. … Continued