About

Community Entry Services (CES) provides lifelong, comprehensive support and services to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries. CES owns and operates accessible, affordable housing options and provides adult day services and vocational opportunities for adults with disabilities.

History

 Community Entry Services is a leading advocacy and service organization for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries in Wyoming.

 

Visionary Gary Hudson founded CES in 1975. He wanted to establish a premier service provider for people with disabilities in Wyoming. His goal was to help individuals make their own life choices while being valued, respected, and contributing members of their community.

 

CES still follows Gary’s mission of being dedicated to empowering people with disabilities to maximize independence and to lead satisfying productive lives in the community. 

 

Natural supports will enrich their lives on a daily basis where they live, learn, work, and play.

 

Services are provided in Riverton, Lander, and Jackson, Wyoming where our dedicated staff provides training to adults so they can live and work in their communities. CES offers a variety of services to develop and enhance skills through two divisions – Dignity and Rocky Mountain ReEntry Services (RMRS) – for children and adults.

 

Dignity works to help people with developmental disabilities gain the most independence possible in their community.

 

RMRS provides services in the community that meet the individual needs of people who have a brain injury.

 

Incorporated in Wyoming, CES helps people become independent, working, contributing members of their communities. CES is a member of the Wyoming Community Service Providers Association (WCSP).

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