Carbon County Community Action Committee

Tripartite Board

Phone: 307-328-2668
P.O. Box 6
Rawlins, WY 82301

9 Member Board / 4 Year Terms / Elected (low income only) Members representing elected officials, low-income and community

Community Resource Directory

The Carbon County United Way sponsors the Carbon County Community Resource Interagency Directory listing various agencies providing a wide variety of services in Carbon County.

View the Community Resource Directory (PDF)


Cindy Baldwin08/2019
Gwynn Bartlett (County Clerk)08/2019
Tink Day08/2019
Patty Bentsen (County Treasurer)08/2020
Theresa Pacheco08/2020
Jenn Rothenberger08/2020
Louis Espinoza, Sr. (Rawlins Council)08/2022
Leigh Nation08/2022

Community Needs Assessment

The completion of a needs assessment is required by the State of Wyoming, Wyoming Department of Health, Community Services Programs, and is a pre-requisite to a local entity receiving Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) funds. 


The goal of the Carbon County Community Survey of Services and Needs was to provide input to the Carbon County Community Action Committee in preparing the Community Action Plan. The Carbon County Community Action Committee (Tripartite Board) consists of nine members with three members being elected officials, three elected low-income representatives and three community at large members. The Plan determines the need for Community Service Block Grant Funds and assists the Board in determining the best uses for those funds. It was the intent of the assessment to answer the following questions:

  • What is the extent of poverty in the county?
  • What factors support the creation of poverty?
  • What factors exacerbate the impacts of poverty?
  • What services and resources are currently available to offset the creation or impacts of poverty?
  • What are the priorities for meeting needs?
  • What are the barriers to services? (i.e, knowledge, getting to the resources, childcare)

Community Needs Assessment Documents

You can download or print the Community Needs Assessment by selecting the appropriate link (this is a somewhat large document and may take a little while to load in your viewer). View the following documents:

Community Action Plan

Review the Community Action Plan (PDF)