Mystery Dinner Fundraiser

It’s the James D. Murder High Reunion Class of ‘88

  You’ve come a long way in 30 years, and so have your classmates. It's time to reunite with old friends (and enemies) to see what everyone has become!

 Unfortunately for one of you…it is a murderer who is destined to strike! 


Get ready for a night of mystery and mayhem intertwined with rivlaries from the past that spill over to the present. At Murder High, it’s not only what you were, but what you’ve become. And let’s hope it’s a survivor. You’ll have but one night to figure it out and bring a killer to justice.




Enjoy reading our Newsletter

Who We Are

Our Mission

WYSAIL develops leaders within the developmental disabilities population. In order to learn new skills and teach others to stand up for their rights, choices, and ideas in a productive way. Despite their developmental disabilities. All Advocacy workshop groups will  understand communication skills to address their own personal issues.

Our Goals

 WYSAIL is an organization dedicated to teaching advocacy skills to individuals with developmental disabilities and guiding them to speak up for themselves to make known their needs and desires. The program consists of a  eight to 10 week class that teaches  skills on how to appropriately demonstrate 

wants and needs, whether to a provider of a company they are with, their guardians and family members or legislation.   

WYSAIL's Advisory Board

The Wyoming State Advocates in Leadership Advisory Board is a dedicated group of people which are focused on providing input to our Disability Leadership Board and  staff, about changes in the developmental disability world.

The Advisory Board, Disability Leadership Board and Staff develop the programs that WYSAIL teaches.

Workshops and Events

Contact Wyoming State Advocates in Leadership

to register for the 8 week workshops starting in the Spring of 2018.

Wyoming State Advocates in Leadership will also be starting up monthly meetings to help with development of new skills and keep our disability network active.

Office# 307-514-5700 or Cell# 307-286-8637

No upcoming events.

Sharing our struggles and success

This is two Leaders of the Wyoming State Advocates in Leadership with Developmental disabilities sharing their stories about how effective the Medicaid Waiver has improved their quality of life.

They are worried that the changes that might happen in the waiver system, would hinder their ability to live independently, in the future.

Share your story with us.

Help Our Cause

Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.

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