Our members use NMTC to help with projects that significantly impact their communities. Wyoming is very rural and sometimes the small communities have a hard time funding their projects. Tools like this can make it a little bit easier.
NMTCs help to stimulate development in an otherwise challenging economy and community.
Recent estimates indicate that the unemployment rate in Wyoming could reach 16% by July. We already see a high number of uninsured patients who cannot afford care. If the number increases we have to offset those losses from somewhere.
[The NMTC is a] key funding tool for larger projects.
If not for the NMTC, Goshen County would not have been able to recruit a new Cobblestone Hotel to Torrington.
The project helps support local businessses and the downtown area ofa small town.
Located on the Wind River Reservation, this project is the development of a medical clinic and childcare clinic in a rural medically underserved area that will enhance existing and provide new essential services for tribal members.
New healthcare and childcare facilities expand access to care on underserved Wyoming reservation.
Historically, downtown Casper was a thriving commercial center in Wyoming’s largest city (pop. 49,000), which was the commercial center of the state. Following the oil industry downturn in the 1980â€™s, Casper lost many downtown businesses. Nothing symbolized this more than the long-shuttered Casper Fire Station, a historic structure dating from the early 20th Century that […]
Richard Brannan, Chief Executive Office, Wind River Family & Community Health Care, Riverton, Wyoming
The NMTC means access to investment capital that is needed to develop financially viable projects in poor communities and helps to stimulate local economies.
[The NMTC improves] access to capital for the development of essential health, human and social service facilities in rural communities.