Building collaborations for strong and healthy families.


The Department of Family Services is required to develop a Child and Family Services Plan, which occurs every 5 years. As part of the process of developing the plan we are asking for assistance and feedback from stakeholders and community partners across the state. Your feedback is vital to help inform the plan. We have created a survey to assist in identifying strengths and areas needing improvements in the child welfare system (CPS and Juvenile Services) in Wyoming.  Below you will find the link to the survey. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact me. The survey can also be accessed by visiting the DFS website at


WYCRP promotes and provides systemic reviews, education, prevention and early intervention to ensure the safety of children and families.


What We Do

Learn more about the Wyoming Citizen Review Panel and what we provide to the Community.

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The WCRP provides many unique programs to help young children and families, including Parents as Teachers, and the Wyoming Child Death Review and Prevention Team.

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Are you interested in learning more about becoming a volunteer with WCRP? 

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We couldn't do what we do without the support of the community. Please help us invest in the future and safety of children and families in your community.

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Preventing child abuse.
Improving standards.

The Citizen Review Panel is a federally mandated group of citizens who are responsible for determining whether state and local agencies are effectively meeting child protective responsibilities pursuant to the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) and subsequent amendments.

Through a review of service networks, policies, procedures, research and reviews of child protective and juvenile service cases the purpose of the Citizen Review Panel is to promote child safety, permanency and well-being for children and families.