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  • 01:00

    Wyoming Kinship Advocacy and Guardianship Pro Se Packets

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    *Presented by Alice Carter, Wyoming Kinship Advocacy

  • PODCAST: 2015 Wyoming football preview

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    Our final preview for the upcoming season is the Wyoming Cowboys. They are coming off of Craig Bohl's first season where there were ups and downs throughout the season on their way to a 4-8 season.


    This year they have a new quarterback but the strength of this team will be its running attack with Brian Hill and Shaun Wick totting the ball. The defense has some playmakers in Eddie Yarbrough. The team is in the tough Mountain Division so landing in a bowl game will take a lot of work for the Cowboys, but they have a shot.

  • 02:02

    The Blitz with Bryan and TB: Recap of Utah State/Preview of Wyoming

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    Tonight on the Blitz with Bryan and TB, we are back and we recap the disaster from Logan, Utah from last Friday and try to get down to figure out what really happened. We will also be joined by Wyoming beat writer Robert Gagliardi who comes on the program to give us an overview on who really are the Wyoming Cowboys. We will also be joined by Ryan Holmgren, from the Casper Star-Tribune who will come on LIVE and tell us what to expect on Saturday night. All the latest from the world of the Mountain West and more as we are LIVE!  

  • 01:02

    2014 Wyoming football preview

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    Jeremy and Chris are back to finish up the team previews with the Wyoming Cowboys. Despite the early optimism in the show it may not look like Wyoming will be in for a banner yet. Both of the guys do like what new head coach Craig Bohl will bring to Laramie, Wyoming, and that a turnaround is on the horizon, but it may not be this year.


    Wyoming returns a lot of their defense and one noticeable trait is that the defense gave up big plays and also mad either share of big plays. The Cowboys defense needs to shore that up and make better decisions instead of going after the big play.


    The offense will transform from a spread attack from former head coach Dave Christensen, and will be a more traditional set with an emphasis on the running game.


    Also, don't forget that you can support our show by heading over to Audible.com to get a free 30-day free trial of audiobooks that can be played on pretty much every mobile device.

  • 01:00

    2013 Child Welfare Law Update: A review of court decisions and 2013 Wyoming statutes

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    2013 Child Welfare Law Update


    Jill Kucera, Senior Assistant Attorney General, will present a session entitled “2013 Child Welfare Law Update:  A review of the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision on ICWA, Wyoming Supreme Court decisions and 2013 statutes that affect Wyoming children and their families."


    Tune in to hear what has occurred recently with respect to child welfare law in the State of Wyoming.   


     

  • 00:54

    CJP Training Series - 2014 Wyoming Child Welfare Law Update

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    Jill Kucera, J.D., Senior Assistant Wyoming Attorney General will present a session entitled "2014 Child Welfare Law Update".  This episode will include a review of recent Wyoming Supreme Court decisions and 2014 statutes that affect Wyoming children and their families. 

  • 00:54

    CJP Training Series - Reunification as a Permanency Option

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    Reunification as a Permanency Option in Wyoming Child Welfare Cases


    Lisa K. Finkey, J.D., a Wyoming attorney who represents children and families in abuse and neglect cases, will provide information on reunification as a permanency option in Wyoming child welfare cases.  Listeners will learn about the benefits and barriers to reunification, as well as methods that can be used to engage families and professionals in reunification. Ms. Finkey will explain that removal from the home is meant to be a temporary solution to safety concerns. Within child welfare cases, the first permanency option should always be reunification with the home of origin. The focus of a child welfare case should be reunification until ordered otherwise by the court. Ms. Finkey will provide information about why professional should advocate for reunification.  

  • 00:22

    2012 Child Welfare Wyoming Supreme Court Decisions and Laws

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    Jill E. Kucera, Senior Assistant Attorney General, will review recent Supreme Court decisions and laws passed or amended in the 2012 Legislative Session that affect child welfare in the State of Wyoming. 

  • 00:58

    CJP Training Series-How IV-B and Medicaid Overlap with WY's Juvenile Court

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    How IV-B and Medicaid Overlap with Wyoming's Child Welfare and Juvenile Court Systems


    Jan Stall, Eligibility and Operations Administrator, Wyoming Department of Health, Division of Healthcare Financing;  Lisa Brockman, RN, Division of Healthcare Financing-Medicaid, Wyoming Department of Health; Tammy Cooley, Project Director, Magellan Healthcare; and Veronica Pedersen, MSW, CPM, Community Liaison, Magellan Healthcare will present an overview of Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Plan (CHIP). They will address service delivery changes, transition, options for application submission and processing times as they relate to Medicaid and CHIP in Wyoming.  They will address the Affordable Care Act (ACA) changes concerning income eligibility for the Family Care Program and the program for former foster care youth.  They will also discuss Wyoming's Children’s Mental Health Waiver and the services provided pursuant to this waiver and how High Fidelity Wraparound services work when the child has serious emotional and behavioral issues. The representatives from Magellan Healthcare will discuss the services offered by Magellan, a managed care company, and how to access their services in Wyoming.  The presentation will include information about how these services intersect and support families involved in Wyoming's child welfare and juvenile court systems. 

  • 00:45

    CJP Training Series -Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act

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    An Overview of the Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act of 2014 and Subsequent Changes to Wyoming Policy and Practice.


    Presenters will provide an overview of the Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act of 2014, with a focus on IV-E requirements for identifying, reporting and determining services for victims of sex and labor trafficking. Listeners will learn about changes to Wyoming Department of Family Services (DFS) policies and procedures (as a result of the new federal legislation).  The presentation will provide specific information about Wyoming DFS Policy 2.9 (Human Trafficking) and describe new tools being implemented to help identify and provide services to Wyoming victims.  

  • 02:00

    Carol Walker: Dire Situation for Wild Horses in Wyoming

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    ALERT!  BLM to obliterate Wyoming wild horses!


    Wild Horse Freedom Federation warns of the impending eradication of Wyoming's wild horses. 


    Our guest is CAROL WALKER, Director of Field Documentation, Wild Horse Freedom Federation, talking about the DIRE SITUATION for Wyoming wild horses: the BLM's decimation and ZEROING OUT of wild horses next month in Wyoming.