Check out the latest events hosted by YBGR!
2019 Yellowstone Conference
The 2019 Yellowstone Conference: Communities in Crisis is focused one identifying and deciphering current crises that Montana communities are facing with professional panel discussions on:
- Rural Montana
- Montana Cities
- Indigenous Communities
- Collaborating for Community Outcomes
Montana communities face an array of challenges including domestic violence, homelessness, drug use, sex trafficking, incarcerated parents, limited education, access to metal health providers, and a flood of children entering the foster care system. These challenges directly contribute to the generational cycle of abuse, and the trauma that families endure, and in turn create communities in crisis. Panelists for Rural Montana, Montana Cities, Indigenous Communities, and Collaborating for Community Outcomes will address these issues, provide education, feedback, and resources for Montana families and community members.
Date: Thursday September 19th, 2019
Place: The Franklin Robbie Chapel, located on YBGR’s main campus at 1732 South 72nd Street West, Billings, MT 59106
Cost of attendance: $25.00, includes lunch and refreshments
CEUs and OPI credits are available upon request
Foster Care Awareness 5k Saturday May 4th, 2019
YBGR will be holding it’s first ever 5K to benefit out Therapeutic Foster Care program!
Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch’s Therapeutic Foster Care (TFC) program provides much needed homes for youth in the Montana foster care system by placing them with loving and safe therapeutic foster parents. YBGR provides continuous support and training to all of our foster parents, youth, and families. All proceeds from the TFC Awareness 5K will go to support YBGR’s TFC program.
Saturday May 4th, 2019
9:30am at the Lindley Center, 1102 E Curtiss, Bozeman, MT
Cost $22.50 and includes T-shirt
Registration open now through April 26th
There will be Raﬄe and Prizes!!!!
For 5K information or to learn more about YBGR’s Therapuetic Foster Care program contact Kristin at (406) 222-6490 or firstname.lastname@example.org