CLIMB Wyoming Wins National Acclaim
The U.S Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Office of Family Assistance and the Promising Pathways Initiative, named CLIMB Wyoming as one of the nation’s ten best programs helping to move people out of poverty.
CLIMB was identified for its innovative approach as a high-performing organization in this field. This national recognition is a result of CLIMB’s consistent outcomes, evidence-based model design, sophisticated data collection and ability to utilize data to drive and improve program decisions.
Since 1986, CLIMB Wyoming has trained and placed low-income single mothers in careers that successfully support their families. The organization, founded in Cheyenne by Ray Fleming Dinneen, has helped more than 1,300 families across the state into long-term economic security and self-sufficiency.