One22 works towards a community that is healthy, diverse, empowered and whole.
We believe that our community works better together.
We seek to expand access and opportunity to anyone in need. Our work includes emergency aid and resources in times of crisis, financial guidance and empowerment, language assistance for essential health and safety, and community-building programs that supply information and inspiration with accuracy and empathy.
Emergency Assistance & Client Advocacy
We provide temporary aid to eligible households and individuals who are facing severe financial difficulties due to unexpected circumstances.
Language Access & Interpretation Services
Our trained and certified interpreters are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to accompany patients in private practice, clinic and hospital settings.
We help immigrants acquire the skills necessary to adjust to life in Teton County by promoting independence, education and employment.
Community Outreach & Education
Our emerging Education Programs focus on efforts to help people manage hardship, gain access to services, and participate more fully in the community.
Community Youth Needs Analysis.
One22 completed a needs analysis of at-risk and in-need middle and high school aged students in Teton County. The project, which was funded by the Laura Jane Musser Fund and prepared with the help of more than two dozen contributing organizations, paints a stark picture of the challenges facing underserved youth in our community.
Help a neighbor in need.
One Individual, One Family, One Community. We are Stronger as One.
Our goal is to provide a forum to share information about community members in need to help garner support and spread the word. If you have a link to a GoFundMe or Meal Train page, or are seeking community support in general, we invite you to put a listing on our site.