Wyoming Rescue Mission Welcoming Ceremony for Recovery Program Graduates

By Brendan LaChance on October 5, 2021

Participants in the Wyoming Rescue Mission Disciple Recovery Program at Hank Raymond Recovery Camp near Esterbrook in 2021 (courtesy Wyoming Rescue Mission)

CASPER, Wyoming – The Wyoming Rescue Mission will hold a ceremony on Thursday for the graduates of its “Discipleship Training Recovery Program.”

The ceremony will take place in the Larry & Margo Bean Dining Room at the Park Street Center of the Wyoming Rescue Mission, located at 230 North Park St. in Casper.

The ceremony will begin Thursday at 9:30 a.m. and will be followed by a brunch. Donors, volunteers and community members are welcome to attend.

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The Wyoming Rescue Mission has stated that its “Discipleship Recovery Program” is a one-year program that is “a Bible-based, three-phase model of drug addiction recovery.”

“Students are provided with long-term transitional housing for the duration of the program, as well as case management and referrals to meet their medical, emotional, psychological and / or mental health needs,” a declared the mission.

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