The primary mission of Laramie County Senior Services is to create an environment that encourages inner fulfillment, physical enhancement and social belonging while providing a well-balanced meal for the senior population of Laramie County.
What We Do
Laramie County Senior Services, a program of Cheyenne Housing Authority has been serving the needs of the elderly in Cheyenne since its inception in 1972, with services expanding county wide in 1974.Our programs focus on several areas of service:
- Title IIIC Support
- Title IIIB
- Family Caregiver
- Title IIIE
- Health Promotion
These programs provide services funded under the Older Americans Act and serves individuals sixty years of age and older. Programs are specifically targeted to minority and low-income elderly.
Cheyenne Housing Authority is governed by a five-member policy making board of Cheyenne citizens appointed by the Mayor and ratified by the Cheyenne City Council. It is their responsibility to administer all senior programs undertaken by Laramie County Senior Services. In addition to the Board of Commissioners an Advisory Council comprised of dedicated community members provide advice and assistance in administering the senior programs.
Laramie County Senior Services originated out of a need to assist the elderly of our community and focus on caring for the whole person. This was accomplished by obtaining and administering Nutrition and Supportive Service Programs under the Older Americans Act.
In Just One Lifetime
Quarterly Newsletter – July, August and September 2018
Please click the link below to view the current Quarterly Newsletter in PDF format. In the newsletter you will find the following:
- Center Hours
- Events, activities, classes
- Crafts, fitness, trips, recipes
- Cards, games and puzzles
- Monthly Menus
Senior Activity Center: 2101 Thomes Avenue, Cheyenne WY 82001
Get Driving Directions Here
Hours of Operation
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Senior Services Main Line: 307-635-2435