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.
Curran Seeley is governed by a Board of Trustees who help determine the strategic direction of the agency.
Our Board Members:
• PAUL CLEMENTI, PRESIDENT
• PAUL KAMSTRA, VICE PRESIDENT
• DAN LAND, TREASURER
• STEVE DUERR
• LOU HOCHHEISER, MD
• BILL KLYN
• PENNY MOHAN
• TORI MCGOUGH
• CALLIE PEET
Established in 1988 by Pete Curran, then office manager for Southwestern Wyoming Alcohol Rehab Association in Jackson, WY, and Mike Seeley, a Jackson Hole businessman, Curran Seeley was the first agency dedicated to serving those with substance use issues in the community. Through their tireless efforts and compassion for making a difference in the community, Curran Seeley became a full service outpatient treatment facility. The two directors since, Ed Wigg and Trudy Funk, have continued these traditions and broadened the scope of services to include providing prevention and treatment services to the entire region.
Our services are person-centered, based on “Best Practices” and have been recognized by members of Wyoming’s State Legislature. As a regional provider of client-centered substance abuse treatment and prevention services, we are committed to providing quality education and recovery to all those directly or indirectly effected by drug and alcohol use. Curran Seeley adheres to Privacy Practices as outlined in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and Federal regulations (45 CFR Parts 160 and 164) and the Public Health Services Act (42 CFR Part 2) dealing with confidentiality of alcohol and drug abuse records. To see a copy of our Notice of Privacy Practices, please click here.
Contact Curran Seeley by calling 307-733-3908 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.