Climb Wyoming’s Teton Area program was established in 2004, and serves moms in Teton, Sublette and Lincoln counties. The program has trained women in office and health­care careers.

Contact Information

255 East Simpson | PO Box 9494
Jackson, WY 83002
Phone: (307) 733-4088
Email: teton@climbwyoming.org

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Staff

Amy Boillot

Contract Mental Health Provider

Having spent a decade supporting single moms in the Teton Area Climb program, Amy is inspired most by the profound changes that the women make in their lives. Her role is to facilitate those changes through individual and group counseling. Nothing is more rewarding to Amy than seeing the moms courageously show up authentically and face their barriers. When not at Climb, Amy is counseling children, adolescents and families in her private practice.

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Christy Thomas

Assistant Program Director

Christy has her master's degree in social work from Boise State University and 12+ years working to help families with children increase their well-being, skills and stability. Christy recently moved to the area and is soaking in the amazing, natural beauty of the Tetons. She enjoys hiking, local music, watching football, and going on winter adventures with her family! In her role with Climb, she helps manage the Teton Area program and serves as an advocate to connect participants to local resources.       

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Lauren Conrad

Program Director

Lauren joins Climb Wyoming after working with Habitat for Humanity in Jackson, most recently as assistant executive director. She has also served on the board of the Latino Resource Center.

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Results

On average, Climb graduates more than double their monthly income, reduce or remove their need for government assistance, and are still in jobs over two years after completing the program.

$2,492

Is the average monthly income after the Climb program. The average before was $1,038.

74%

of participants are employed in higher paying jobs two years after Climb program completion. 46% are employed before participating.

32%

of participants are on food stamps two years after Climb program completion, whereas 52% percent were on food stamps before starting the program.

13%

of participants are on public healthcare two years after Climb program completion, compared to 32% of participants on public healthcare before participating.

Employer Partners

Aspen Physical Therapy
Emerg-A-Care – Jackson Hole
Global Ties Wyoming
Jackson Whole Family Health
LR Computer Services
Lucky’s Market
Premier Green Cleaning Services
St. John’s Living Center
St. John’s Medical Center
Teton County School District #1
The Senior Center of Jackson Hole
Wind River Dental

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