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About Curran Seeley Foundation

Curran-Seeley is a private, non-profit organization providing comprehensive alcohol and drug counseling, treatment and prevention services to Wyoming residents of Teton County and surrounding communities, who may be suffering from substance abuse problems and their effects. These services are offered in a confidential, caring and cost-effective manner at offices located in the town of Jackson.

The Curran-Seeley Foundation has been awarded a three-year CARF-Accreditation for our Assessment and Referral Program, our Intensive Outpatient Program and our Outpatient Program. This means that we adhere to the highest standards of quality and person-centered programming.


If you do not change direction, you may end up where you are heading. Lao Tzu

Current Events

Alumni Club Bowling Alumni Club and current clients are invited for bowling on Sunday, January 15th from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. $10/per person, families are invited. RSVP to Jordan at 413-8119, email, or let your counselor know if you’re interested so you can be added to the reservation! read more
Annual Report Curran Seeley would like to share some of our accomplishments for Fiscal Year 2016, which ended on June 30, 2016. Please click here - ANNUAL REPORT - to see how we did over the last year. read more
SMART Recovery SMART Recovery is now being held at the Curran Seeley offices on Wednesdays at 6:00 PM. read more

Alumni Corner

We, as the Alumni Council of Curran Seeley, are dedicated to providing support, knowledge, and advocacy to the Curran Seeley community of employees and clients. We recognize the critical role that Curran Seeley provides in its comprehensive treatment of substance use disorders and are committed to volunteering our time and efforts to support Curran Seeley’s mission of health and well-being in our neighborhoods. read more


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Our Programs


The Curran-Seeley Foundation provides three separate intensive outpatient treatment programs: Adult Men, Adult Women, and Adolescents. Each client in an Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program helps to create a person-centered treatment plan with their individual counselor to set goals and objectives for their treatment. Group sessions are held every day, Monday through Friday. more


Curran-Seeley provides a coed outpatient program for those abusing substances but have not received a diagnosis of dependency.
  • Adult Outpatient Program meets 2 times per week for 3 hours, for a minimum of 48 hours.


The Foundation believes that long-term sobriety support leads to long-term recovery. Our Aftercare programs are weekly sessions in early morning, afternoon, or evening groups. Coed groups or separate groups for men, women or adolescents are available. Curran-Seeley IOPT (Intense Outpatient Treatment) graduates receive Aftercare Services FREE, for life. more


  • The Insight Program is an eight-week (16 hours) “Best Practices” educational course for youth, meeting once weekly for two hours (ages 13 to 19).

State-Certified DUI Class

STATE CERTIFIED DUI CLASS Our 8 hour State-Certified DUI Education program is offered on the third Saturday of each month. Based on the Prime for Life Curriculum, this class is accepted for the DUI Education standards required by the State of Wyoming. If you are being asked to complete this class by an organization outside of Wyoming, you should obtain approval from that organization prior to taking the class. Please call 307-733-3908 to reserve your spot. more


Interventions are usually called upon as last hope measures for someone that has a chronic, abusive relationship with an addictive substance such as drugs or alcohol. If this addiction is allowed to continue, the chances of the individual dying or facing irreversible problems is almost inevitable. Making the decision to get help for a loved one is accompanied with the fear that the individual will be angry or feel betrayed. But one must stop and think what is more important, helping someone you love or standing by watching them fade away. more


The Men's Violence Prevention is a 26-session program for men having trouble with, or convicted of, family violence, domestic abuse, or power and control issues. Sessions are held once a week with a varied curriculum. Abstinence from the use of all alcohol and drugs while in this program is mandatory. Education as to the part alcohol and drug abuse plays in domestic violence is included in the curriculum. more


The Anger Management group meets once a week for 10 weeks. This program’s primary goal is to prevent anger from manifesting itself into negative consequences in a person’s daily life. Individuals are helped to learn to cope in healthy ways with anger, stress and frustrations by developing better assertiveness and conflict resolution skills. more


  • Individual counseling with a professional, experienced substance abuse therapist are available upon request.
  • Sliding scale fee applies to individual counseling sessions.


Long-term support group meeting once a week, utilizes a cognitive-behavioral approach for those needing more intensive, ongoing therapy. Individualized to meet each person's needs. more