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

Mindfulness to ease anxiety and stress

Is thinking about the school year putting you into a spiral of stress and anxiety? Many parents, students and educators are feeling the same way. There are a lot of uncertainties, unknowns and fears for what is to come. One thing we all need to keep in mind that our elected officials, health departments, school … Continued

Sign up for Mental Health First Aid training

Peak Wellness Center is excited to offer Mental Health First Aid training later this month. This 8-hour training teaches you how to respond to mental health crises. Topics covered include: Depression and mood disorders Anxiety disorders Trauma Psychosis Substance Use disorders Interventions learned include: Panic attacks Suicidal thoughts or behaviors Nonsuicidal self-injury Acute psychosis (e.g., … Continued

Share your unique gift this school year

There is an anonymous quote out there that I like a lot: “There is something in you that the world needs!” You have all sorts of potential. You have gifts to offer others around you. Moving in toward the “back to school” season it is important to remember that you get to decide how to … Continued

Thank you for your support during WyoGives!

Everyone here at Peak Wellness Center would like to thank our generous donors for their support of our organization during the WyoGives Day of Giving fundraiser on July 15. Together, we raised a grand total of $2,876! The updated (final) total reflects a match from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming, which matched their employees’ … Continued

Medical Clinic to be closed daily during lunch

Our Medical Clinic at our Laramie County clinic at 510 W. 29th St. will be closed daily from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. for staff to take lunch. The pharmacy is also closed during this time. We hope this will cause minimal disruption to services. Please know that our front desk staff will still be available … Continued

Raising awareness during Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

Minority Mental Health Awareness Month is extremely important to all of us here at Peak Wellness Center. All month long, we will be highlighting the ways in which experiencing stigma around mental health conditions and treatment vary greatly among our diverse population. No one person or culture is the same; that’s why it’s important to … Continued

Peak offices closed on Friday, July 3

Peak’s offices will be closed on Friday, July 3, for the observed Fourth of July 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 … Continued

Peak’s Sliding Fee Discount makes it easier to access care

Did you know we offer a Sliding Fee for discounted services? Access to care is important to us, and as such, we understand that not everyone has the ability to pay for treatment that is essential to their well-being and emotional health. Our Sliding Fee Discount Program allows us to provide services at a discount … Continued

Peak to reopen June 1 in limited capacity

Peak Wellness Center will begin providing very limited on-site services at all locations beginning Monday, June 1. While access to the general public is closed, clients who have not been able to receive care remotely can now receive in-person care in Albany, Goshen, Laramie and Platte counties. This limited reopening marks the beginning of our … Continued