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Idaho Youth Ranch
Last updated on August 25, 2015

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The Idaho Youth Ranch provides troubled children and families a bridge to a valued, responsible and productive future. We are a catalyst for change.

Description:
Every child is born full of promise, and every child deserves a promising future.

The Idaho Youth Ranch has been helping good kids on a dangerous path find promising futures for more than 60 years, with youth programs and services through the state.

We offer emergency shelter, residential care, substance abuse treatment, job readiness training, alternative education, adoption services, family counseling, and more for at-risk kids and their struggling parents and families.

No matter what a child is up against, the Idaho Youth Ranch can help.

Every kid who comes to us faces their own unique challenges and issues. So we adapt our services to meet their needs, instead of the other way around. The Idaho Youth Ranch approach is to intervene early, when our help can do the most good; treat the whole child, not just one symptom; and finish the job by sticking with each kid as long as they need us.

Our work would not be possible without generous donations from people like you.

Thanks to our donors and our statewide network of 29 thrift stores, we can help kids and families effectively and immediately even if they can’t afford the entire cost of care.

Whenever you make a cash donation, shop at one of our stores, or donate items we can sell, you become part of our promise to Idaho’s kids. Thank you!


History:
The original site of the Idaho Youth Ranch began in 1953. Still operating today, the Ranch is a residential program with unique ranch-like experiences for kids. For 60 years, the Idaho Youth Ranch has helped children and families. To provide the best possible care and service, the Idaho Youth Ranch bases its work on the following strongly held values: personal accountability and responsibility, honesty and integrity, respect for human worth, dignity and potential, building on strengths, relationships as a key to change, persistence and perseverance and optimizing resources.

Contact people:

 Leslie Morthland, Volunteer Coordinator, (208) 377-2613, (email)
Stacey Moody, Business Contributions Representative, (208) 954-3573, (email)


Office fax number: (208) 377-2819

Address:

 5465 W Irving Street
Boise, ID 83706
(See a map)

Web Site: http://www.youthranch.org
Last updated on August 25, 2015

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