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Forensic Nursing Program

ivinson crisis line
(307) 742-0285

Seven days a week

24 hours a day

forensic nursing main line
(307) 755-4406

Monday – Friday Except holidays

8:00am – 5:00pm

Our mission is to serve victims of crime by provid­ing imme­di­ate, compas­sion­ate, cultur­ally sensi­tive, and compre­hen­sive medical/​forensic eval­u­a­tion and treat­ment within the para­me­ters estab­lished by the Wyoming State Board of Nurs­ing, the Inter­na­tional Asso­ci­a­tion of Foren­sic Nurses, and Ivin­son Memo­r­ial Hospital.

if you have been the victim of a crime

  • Get to a safe place then call 911 or go to your near­est emer­gency room.
  • DO NOT shower, bathe, or change your clothing.
  • DO NOT eat, drink, smoke, brush teeth, or use the bath­room if possible. 
  • DO NOT clean your home or the area where the assault occurred. 
  • DO NOT avoid seek­ing medical care because of cost. All patients are seen regard­less of their abil­ity to pay.
  • DO call a friend or family member or one of the crisis lines below. (These lines are staffed 24 hours a day and can assist you with appro­pri­ate emer­gency and crisis information.)
    • IMH Crisis Line — (307) 7420285
      RAINN — 1 (800) 6564673
      Text GO’ to 741741
  • DO bring a change of cloth­ing with you to the emer­gency room.
  • Even if days have passed since your assault, it is still impor­tant to have a thor­ough medical exam­i­na­tion and receive treatment.

Treat­ment at Ivin­son Memo­r­ial Hospi­tal shall be provided based on the hospital’s abil­ity and capac­ity to care for the patient’s health care needs. In compli­ance with all federal, state and local laws, there shall be no discrim­i­na­tion in services based on the patient’s age, sex, race, color, creed, national origin, sexual orien­ta­tion, or disabil­ity. Medical treat­ment will be made with­out regard to the patient’s abil­ity to pay for service.

more info

For more complete infor­ma­tion, please read through our infor­ma­tional brochure. This brochure outlines what will happen at the hospi­tal, how you can get help and what your next steps are.