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Mending the Ties that Bind at the Ranch Campus

When Katie first came to the Ranch Campus, she had no intention of ever returning home. Adopted as a teenager, she feared that her parents loved their biological kids more and the resulting conflicts had…

Amanda Learns She’s not Alone

Betrayed by her family, Amanda once believed she had only herself to rely on. But she left Hays Shelter home knowing that her IYR “family” will always be here to support her into adulthood. …

Reaching for the Sky with the National Guard and Reserve

Healing doesn’t happen in a vacuum; it takes the support and collaboration of a caring community to make promising futures possible for kids and families. That’s why community partnerships…

A Young Cowboy Finds His Calling at the Ranch Campus

When Koda came to the Ranch Campus at 16, he was so full of fight that the staff seriously considered discharging him early, for the safety of the other residents. “I had a whole bunch of anger problems,”…

Ribbons & royalty: at-risk girls taste the thrill of success at the county fair

At last year’s Minidoka County Fair, Ranch Campus kids really brought home the 4-H ribbons, earning 5 “District Blues” in the horse division, 15 other blue ribbons and 41 red ribbons,…

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