One22 was established in 2016 as the result of a merger of three long-time legacy organizations, each with more than a decade of service to the most vulnerable segments of the Teton area’s residents: the Community Resource Center, Latino Resource Center, and El Puente.
By joining the expertise and resources of three grass-roots organizations, we are able to enhance the efficiency of our operations in order to help our clients in a more complete way.
Today, experienced staff members work towards a community that is healthy, diverse, empowered and whole by providing the services, resources and information our neighbors need to manage hardship and move forward.
Our services include emergency aid and resources in times of crisis, financial guidance and empowerment, language assistance for essential health and safety, and community-building education and programs.
How We Work
One22 does not discriminate on the basis of national origin, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, disability, economic status, marital status, religious affiliation, citizenship, or HIV status.
One22 is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation (EIN #74-3104462) which relies on individual private contributions for more than half of its operating budget. Additional funding is provided from the Town of Jackson and Teton County.
The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole provides funding to support the infrastructure of this merger.
About Our Name
We seek to improve the lives of individuals and families and of our county on the whole.
We chose to focus on Teton County (22) because that’s where the majority of our clients live or work or both, though our work expands into the entire region.
The concept of One symbolizes our dedication to improving the quality of life for each one of our clients, as well as to support a culture of community where access, opportunity and equity are available to all members.
How Can We Help You?
If you or someone you know needs help, or for more information on how you can join our effort, please contact One22 at 307-739-4500.