“Right from the start, these moms showed a desire to make a difference in someone’s life who may not have much life left. Being a CNA is a career that is led with the heart.
“Climb pushed me to believe in myself. Without that push, I would have given up. Now I have confidence and know what I’m capable of.”
— DeZarae, Program Participant
They were put to the test on a daily basis during the training. After dedicating themselves to the clinical and life skills they learned along the way, they are now the backbone of medical teams in clinics, hospitals, and home health, assisted living, and long-term care facilities.
They are so valuable to the healthcare community here in Cheyenne and also to the families that are leaning on them for support in caring for their loved ones.”
-Misty Savage, Program DirectorRead the full program report