Peak will be closed for Thanksgiving

Peak Wellness Center will be closed on November 26 and November 27 in recognition of the Thanksgiving Holiday. We will resume normal hours beginning at 8 a.m. on Monday, November 30. Our crisis services are available 24/7 in all counties. Please call 844-895-7325 if you need to talk to someone. If it is an emergency, … Continued

Depression Screening Day

We know about the importance of health screenings for conditions like heart disease, diabetes and cancer. But what about depression? According to Mental Health America, major depression is one of the most common mental illnesses, but screening for depression is not as common as for other illnesses. What are the symptoms of depression? A persistent … Continued

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

With the pandemic causing a surge in reported domestic violence cases, it’s more important than ever to raise awareness during Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Many more people are at home for work, school and to reduce exposure to the virus. This has amplified the danger for those who were already in a domestic violence situation. … Continued

We have a new number: 844-895-PEAK (7325)

  We are simplifying and streamlining the process for incoming calls across all locations. Now to get in touch with us for any and all of your needs, all you have to do is call our new, toll-free number: 1-844-895-PEAK (7325). We are sure you’ll love only having to remember one simple, easy-to-remember number to … Continued

Goshen and Platte counties now united with Northern Region Clinic

Our Goshen and Platte county offices are joining together under a new name: Northern Region Clinic! This change will allow us to serve both areas more efficiently and effectively by combining resources, streamlining services and reducing wait times for intakes and appointments.  Our licensed, professional staff will now be able to provide therapy, outreach and … Continued

Suicide prevention resources

While National Suicide Prevention week runs from Sept. 6-12, Peak Wellness Center believes we should focus on suicide prevention every single day of the year. Wyoming consistently has one of the highest rates of suicide in the United States and had the second-highest suicide rate in the nation in 2018. While there are many factors … Continued

Peak’s Standout Stars

  Here at Peak, we are honored to work among some really amazing employees, and we are also honored to work with community organizations that improve the lives of everyone who lives here. Every single day, our staff members and community partners do amazing things, and they do not go unnoticed! Congratulations to all the … Continued

Peak offices closed on Monday, Sept. 7

Peak’s offices will be closed on Monday, Sept. 7, for the Labor Day holiday. Critical services and crisis services will still be available. For emergency psychiatric care, please call the main Peak phone number in your area or call 911: Albany County / Laramie: (307) 745-8915 Laramie County / Cheyenne: (307) 634-9653 Goshen County / … Continued

Self-regulation skills for kids

As your children are growing and maturing, they are probably feeling a lot of emotions they are unsure how to handle. Stress affects the youngest members of our society in different ways. Sometimes our children may act out or become aggressive as a way to deal with it. They may also start withdrawing from social … Continued