A new survey released by the Wyoming Council for Women's Issues indicates growing concerns for Women in Wyoming. The survey was released Friday morning during a press conference.
Representatives from the WCWI say the highest concerns were in areas of child care cost, domestic violence and health care.
832 women age 18 and older participated in the survey conducted by the Wyoming Survey and Analysis Center.
"In part the survey was an attempt to find out what else we could be doing and so the statements about women not knowing where to go for help. Whether it's domestic violence. Whether it's health care issues. Whether it's child care issues or elder care issues. It's become clear to me that we all need to do a better job of getting that information out to the public."
If you'd like to see the full results, head to the Wyoming Council for Women's Issues website at wyomingwomenscouncil.org.