Career Opportunity: Cheyenne Mental Health Provider


Would you like the opportunity to use your professional experience, creativity, and relationship-building skills to make a lasting impact on Cheyenne single mothers ready to overcome poverty? The ideal candidate has a track record of working with low-income families, therapy groups, advocacy, and conflict—all skills that support our participants in sustaining long-term employment. You’ll be part of our psychologically informed environment, where support, trust, and open communication are valued.


Climb Wyoming’s mission is to help low-income single mothers discover self- sufficiency through career training and placement. To date, the program has helped thousands of families reach self-sufficiency, the effects of which will be felt for generations to come. The basis of the Climb model is a job training and placement program, but there is more to permanent life change than getting a job. Essential elements of the Climb model include skills that ensure successful relationships on the job and in the home.


  • Committed to the success of low-income single mothers through the practice of compassionate therapy
  • Experienced with group facilitation and conflict resolution within a therapeutic group setting
  • Someone who has a high level of emotional intelligence and self-awareness
  • Able to help single mothers recognize their strengths and barriers and practice new skills as they work through training and job placement
  • Skilled in listening without judgment
  • Able to understand and convey the connection between a person’s past experience and their
    current behaviors
  • Someone who has an innate curiosity and eagerness to learn
  • Experienced in building meaningful relationships with other providers and resources within
    the community
  • Effective in working with a team and enjoy team support
  • Able to guide team members in their relationship-driven work with participants


  • Dedicated to providing the highest level of service to our participants
  • A stable organization with strong outcomes, focused strategies, and thoughtful leadership
  • Fearlessly committed to open, direct communication, trust, and healthy relationships
  • Supportive of your professional growth and ability to work in a sustainable, empowered way


  • Master’s Degree and Wyoming mental health license preferred, will consider provisional licensure
  • 2-3 years of relevant experience, exposure to families living in poverty is a plus


  • Reports to the Cheyenne Program Director
  • Position will close when filled

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