Lisa Donnot took over as executive director of Family Promise of Yellowstone County, the organization formerly known as Interfaith Hospitality Network, last December.
The number of homeless young people in Billings is “escalating well past the expected increase in overall population,” according to a final report issued recently by the organizers of a survey of homeless youth last summer.
United Way of Yellowstone County is seeking volunteers to help conduct an annual survey of the homeless in Billings on Jan. 22-23.
Wyoming’s state government has never been responsible for coordinating homelessness services in the state, but that will change soon, according to Gov. Matt Mead.
For the 19th year, RiverStone Health's "Healthcare for the Homeless" held a candlelight vigil Friday afternoon to remember homeless people who have died this past year.
For the 19th year, RiverStone Health's Healthcare for the Homeless encourages the community to participate in a candlelight vigil to remember homeless people who have died in the past year.
Volunteers of America and the Human Resources Development Council in Billings have launched a service to help families of veterans who are facing homelessness.
CASPER, Wyo. — C.J. Martin took her wheelchair and left.
More people identifying themselves as homeless were found in Casper this year than in all of Wyoming in 2009.