The Self Help Center’s goal is to help people make the changes necessary to discover contentment and fulfillment in
Jennifer became the Executive Director of the Self Help Center in fall of 2015. Jennifer is a Casper Native with over 12 years of non-profit administrative experience. Jennifer is committed and is passionate about creating a healthier community and is able to work towards this goal by offering hope and help through the Self Help Center's programs and services.
Our Lead Crisis Advocate, AmeriCorps Site Supervisor and manages our 24-hour Crisis Hotline. Alana has a lot of experience advocating for victims through the criminal justice system. Alana has completed the Gavin De Becker & Associates Advanced Threat Assessment and Management Academy and is well practiced in doing threat assessments. Alana has been working with victims in Natrona County as a Victim Advocate for the past 10 years. Alana was born and raised in Casper, Wyoming and is very knowledgeable about what resources Natrona County has to offer.
"Kirsten Roberts is a Crisis Advocate and McKinley House Coordinator at Self Help Center. In these roles, Kirsten advocates for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking, assesses offenders, as well as works with men who are at risk for homelessness. Kirsten holds a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work obtained at the University of Wyoming at Casper. After a few months of interning at Self Help Center, Kirsten joined AmeriCorps and successfully completed 1700 service hours with the agency. Upon completion of the AmeriCorps term, Kirsten became a full time Crisis Advocate. Kirsten has a passion for helping people live healthy, and independent lives."
Micki has been working in the non-profit sector for over 16 years. She joined the Self Help Center team in 2015 as the Safe House Manager. Micki provides crisis intervention and case management to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and elder abuse that qualify for our Safe House program. She assists clients with safety planning and helps client navigate through the various social and human service agencies in the community.
Dusti Tolman has worked at the Self Help Center since 2006 in a variety of different roles, she currently works as our Grant and Resource Coordinator. Dusti earned her master's degree in counseling from the University of Wyoming in 2011, and is a licensed professional counselor.
Mental Health Therapist
Substance Abuse Provider/McKinley House Manager
Victor Orr has been providing violence prevention programming for the Self Help Center for more than 20 years. The PAVE (People Against Violence Everywhere} program includes one on one mentoring of youth after school, small group work focused on violence prevention, and large group presentations on dating red flags and healthy relationships. In addition, he facilitates a summer camp called CORE (Conservation Outdoor Recreation Education} which is available to all students to promote team work, self-esteem and peer relationship building. The students are also trained in Leave No Trace principles to help preserve the environment. Scholarships are available for any student who is unable to pay for the camps. There are six trips available for up to 18 students per trip.
President: Mike Bond
Vice President: Lynette Anderson
Treasurer: Lynn Griffin
Investigator: Kristen Carpenter
School Consultant: Donna Mathern
Attorney: Jackie Brown
Mental Health Therapist: Elisa Crum