Mercer Family Resource Center, helping youth since 1971…
Mercer Family Resource Center is STILL dedicated to preventing juvenile repeat offenses and helping teens . . .
Positive Action in Natrona County
Substance abuse, suicide, and bullying are just a few of the issues that our youth face in today’s world and . . .
Helping Children Reach Their Goals
Children need love, encouragement, and happiness in order to accomplish their goals. Raising kids who enjoy . . .
Spanish Make Parenting A Pleasure
The Mercer Family Resource Center is offering Spanish Make Parenting a Pleasure! This is a parenting curriculum . . .
Do YOU have a preventable disease?
Are you always looking for a quick fix to problems? You need to lose weight so you try every diet, you are feeling . . .
Night Life 2012
On March thirty first, the Natrona County Suicide Prevention Task Force, SPAT, and YEC hosted the Second Annual . . .
Hot Off the Press: NCPC Strategic Plan 2012
The Natrona County Prevention Coalition held its annual Strategic Planning Session on November 1st, 2012. Members . . .
Bearing the Wyoming Winter
Here are some suggestions from Strengthening Families Program Curriculum to combat cabin fever. Living in Wyoming . . .
Changing Your Attitude Could Change Your Life
Have you heard the saying “Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference?” This is something that we have . . .
The Mercer Family Resource Center- The NEW Mercer House
The Mercer staff our proud to announce that we are now open at our new location, 535 W. Yellowstone. There are . . .
Welcome to Mercer Family Resource Center, a United Way Agency
Mercer Family Resource Center has been serving Natrona County since 1971 with the mission to be a family resource center providing family and youth programming, counseling, and referral services that build stronger and healthier youth and families in Natrona County. We serve the community by providing services in four arenas: family/parenting education; early intervention for alcohol use and life skills; community connections, such as mentoring and case management; and environmental strategies for policy change and social norming. We serve over 1800 families each year, in addition to the thousands of county residents we reach with our education campaigns.