Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch, a nonprofit organization, is trusted locally and nationally as a leader in the field of mental health care for children and their families.

Each day, YBGR’s employees work with close to 600 youth throughout Montana who struggle with controlling emotions and behaviors. YBGR has impacted more than 10,000 youth and their families since 1957 through Residential Services in Billings, Community Based Services throughout Montana, and the Yellowstone Academy in Billings.

News & Events

August 16-18, 2018 – Billings, Montana – Eagala Skillsets Intensive Training

    Billings, Montana – Eagala Skillsets Intensive Training Thursday, August 16, 2018 – Saturday, August 18, 2018  The Eagala Model Skillsets Intensive training involves classroom and interactive, hands-on experiences to deepen, refine and build upon the knowledge and experience gained in the Fundamentals of Eagala Model Practice training.  Prerequisites:  Currently Eagala Certified Completed at Read More…

The Yellowstone Conference: Lighting The Way-Systems & Solutions

Join Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch for our annual Montana youth centered conference with professional panel discussions on systems and solutions for Montana’s youth. Thursday August 2, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Franklin & Merle Robbie Chapel, located on YBGR’s main campus at 1732 S. 72nd St. W, Billings, MT 59106 Lunch will be provided 9:00 a.m. – 9:30 Read More…

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Testimonials

“Admitting our son to Yellowstone was the hardest thing we’ve ever done. Our son being at Yellowstone allowed us to heal, and our son to receive the intensive therapy, structure and safety he needed.”

“I feel like my life is mine, and Yellowstone gave it back to me.”

“We are so grateful that we found YBGR and that our son has made such significant improvements in his behavior. We’re excited to have him come home!”

“You have no idea how many times a day we think of you and thank God for you and all the staff at Yellowstone. Our son is a real joy to us now, and we know that the work you did with him is largely responsible.”

“I would encourage any parent to reach out to YBGR.”

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