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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 are suffering from substance use issues and their effects. Services are offered in a confidential, caring and cost-effective manner at our 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.


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Our Mission Statement
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.

Objectives of the Curran Seeley Alumni Council
It is the objective of the founding members of the Council to remain engaged in involvement with the Curran Seeley community, by way of event planning and participation, meeting attendance, philanthropy, and substance abuse education. As a council, we hope that our collective experiences and stories of success in recovery will aid in our efforts to support the Curran Seeley mission. Any Curran Seeley Alumni who wish to participate in various activities or planning of events will be part of a C/S Alumni Club. Our goal is to develop a group of individuals that will meet regularly to share their stories, their strength and hope; and their ideas for the development of an additional support group for people struggling with substance abuse disorders.

Members will agree to:

- attend Curran Seeley Alumni Council meetings
- provide input, feedback, and fundraising ideas to the Curran Seeley staff
- be a contact (by phone, email or in person) for any recovering addict
- volunteer their time to aid in any Curran Seeley fundraising event or awareness events
- have a strong desire for recovery and a plan to live a life of recovery

Curran Seeley Alumni Council

Current Events

COVID-19 Statement

June 10, 2022 NOTICE - MASKS NOW REQUIRED As many of you know, our community has moved back into the red or high risk level due to the uptick in Covid cases. If you are sick, please stay home and test. Please be vigilant in mask wearing in the office around others and in common areas and remind others when you notice them without a mask. Due to the increase, JHCCC/CS are following Public Health recommendations including the following: Wearing masks in indoor and public settings Testing for COVID Stay home when sick (even mild symptoms) Ventilation and air sanitizers/purifiers read more

Online Recovery Forums and Meetings

Online Meetings | SMART Recovery | Dharma Online - Meetings | Local wage loss relief funds

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“Spend a Dollar on Drug Treatment, and Save More on Crime Reduction”

Carolyn Janssen
The burden of substance abuse disorders can fall heavily on the families and friends of those who battle addictions. But society also pays a great deal through increased crime. Treatment programs can reduce those costs. Austin Frakt, THE NEW HEALTH CARE (As printed in The New York Times, April 25, 2017) 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

SUBSTANCE ABUSE CAN AFFECT ANYONE.

ANY Age, ANY Education, ANY Income, ANY Profession, ANY Race or Religion.