Survey of bisexual and gay men in Wyoming geared to help improve healthcare resources

GREYBULL – Waller Hall Research of Greybull is conducting a statewide men’s health study with the Casper-Natrona County Health Department, and with support from Wyoming Equality. The study is being conducted through an online survey for gay, bisexual, and pansexual men, and transgender people who are residents of Wyoming and age 18 and above. 

 “This study is part of an effort to improve health resources for gay, bisexual, and pansexual men in the state, and transgender people,” said Jeff Henne, CEO of Waller Hall Research. “A ground-breaking survey, this is among the first of its kind for the state of Wyoming.” 

Those who identify with this demographic can help improve healthcare resources in Wyoming by participating in the online survey at this weblink:

“You can make a difference in our rural state by helping decision-makers understand our unique needs,” says Garret Poste, grant facilitator for the Casper-Natrona County Health Department in Casper. “So be among the first in Wyoming to help improve and understand healthcare resources for bi and gay men in the state.”

The survey is expected to run through the month of September 2021.