Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch
When he visited the Montana State Industrial School and saw young juvenile delinquent boys housed with adult criminals, Franklin Robbie, a Montana pastor, was determined to create a better option. In June 1957, the first boy was welcomed at Yellowstone Boys Ranch. Today, the beautiful 400-acre campus in Billings, Mont., offers numerous services to emotionally disturbed youth and their families. A psychiatric residential treatment center, therapeutic foster care, accredited school, and full continuum of community-based services help youth and families become successful.