Keep Your Patrons Safe with AgriStress Helpline

Jul 18, 2022

Poster with rancher or farmer in cowboy hat sitting with head in his hand, text that reads IT'S OK TO ASK FOR HELP, and information on accessing the helpline

The Wyoming Department of Agriculture has been working on projects that address stress and suicide prevention for agricultural producers. They have a new AgriStress Helpline with a toll-free number at (833) 897-2474 for Wyoming residents to get help on a variety of ag-related issues.

The department is asking libraries to help spread the word about this resource in every community. They have printed postcards, business cards, and posters available with the AgriStress number for Wyoming. You can request pre-printed posters and other  materials from Lucy Pauley at and/or download the poster as a PDF or JPG. You may also reach Lucy at (307) 777-8788.

Additional agricultural stress resources are available on the department’s website.

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