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About Us

About Wyoming Behavioral Institute

Welcome to Wyoming Behavioral Institute. We hope you find your experience with us to be positive and successful as we always strive to provide outstanding treatment.

Wyoming Behavioral Institute is a psychiatric hospital in Casper, Wyoming, that offers inpatient care for children, adolescents and adults. A 24-hour hotline is maintained to assist hospitals, individuals, families, law enforcement and others seeking an immediate response when faced with a psychiatric crisis. Call 800-457-9312 for more information.

We believe that every person admitted to our hospital has unique health care issues that require a specialized and individualized service approach. A patient exists as part of many systems, and we know that patients benefit greatly from caregivers, family and community supports.

Patient Satisfaction

Measuring Our Impact

Wyoming Behavioral Institute is always looking for ways to optimize the care and treatment we provide. For that reason, we ask every patient discharged from our facility to provide feedback on their stay and the care they received. We take great pride in providing compassionate care and exceptional treatment to all of our patients, which is reflected in our patient satisfaction scores.

Below are examples of our Q4 patient satisfaction scores. To obtain this data, we asked patients to rank their experience on a scale of one to five, with one being the least satisfied and five being the most satisfied.

92% of our patients report that they felt better at discharge than when they were admitted
91% of our patients report that they were satisfied with their treatment
86% of our patients report that they would recommend this facilityto someone needing treatment

Children & Teens Mental Health

Seek Help Today

For more information or to arrange a confidential assessment at no charge, please call 800-457-9312. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

If you are experiencing an emergency, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.