COVID-19 Resources

Our state and community has stepped up to help one another and we’ve gathered those resources below to help you find the information you need.

Statewide Guidance & Resources
View orders and declarations issued by the Wyoming Governor’s Office or Wyoming State Health Officer at covid19.wyo.gov.

Additional Local Resources
Sheridan Memorial Hospital has created a list of resources available for a variety of topics, including financial, pharmacy, infant & child, transportation, grocery delivery, food resources/assistance, local counseling resources, and more.


Unemployment Benefits

Unemployment benefits are available to Wyoming residents who have been negatively impacted by COVID-19. Eligible individuals include those who are quarantined by a medical professional or a government agency.

Before applying for unemployment, you should review the Unemployment Insurance Handbook and gather the necessary materials outlined in the Unemployment Insurance checklist.

Instructions on how to file for unemployment and an overview of the CARES Act programs are available through the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services. Please also review the Frequently Asked Questions for Unemployment Insurance during COVID-19.

Anyone can file a claim online, any day of the week at WYUI.wyo.gov.

  • If you need a password or PIN reset, send an email to dwscspui.benefits@wyo.gov. Include your name, the last four digits of your social security number, and your phone number.

You can also file a claim by phone at 888-674-7699 (toll-free). For claims by phone:

  • Claimant’s last name begins with A-M: file claims on Monday, Wednesday or before noon on Friday
  • Claimant’s last name begins with N-Z: file claims on Tuesday, Thursday or after noon on Friday.

Workers’ Compensation Information

If you believe COVID-19 was contracted at work, you may be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits, which could include medical and indemnity (wage replacement) benefits. A claims analyst will determine if the illness qualifies for coverage. If the claim is denied, there is a process to object and request a hearing.

Instructions on how to file for workers’ compensation are available through the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services. The information on the Wyoming Report of Injury form will be required. If possible, the worker and employer should work together when completing the form. Please also review the Frequently Asked Questions for Worker’s Compensation during COVID-19.

If you have questions about workers’ compensation, please contact (307) 777-5476 or email DWS-AskMeWC@wyo.gov.