Boys and Girls Home and Family Services, Inc. offers prgrams for
inpatient care, outpatient care, education and Siouxland Family Center
Clients served range from...
• students who could benefit from alternative education programming
• troubled teens who could benefit from our treatment program
• children and adult victims of abuse or domestic violence working to reclaim their dignity, self-esteem and confidence
• adolescents learning more appropriate ways to manage their anger and emotions
• children and adults who suffer from emotional, mental health and/or psychiatric issues
• parents wanting to improve their parenting skills
• those seeking an Intensive Outpatient Program
For more detailed information on the programming and associated services, please click on the Admission Info button above, or click here.
Please Hear My Story in My Own Words...
Click here to hear from Steven, Josh, Ann, Ali, Charley and David.
The stories share their journey. What brought them to Boys and Girls Home and how their lives have changed.
For Registration Informaiton Contact: Jitters 712-255-9211 / Aaron BGHFS 712-293-4844
National Children’s Mental Health
May 7, 2015
3 – 9 is National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week and is geared toward
raising awareness to the issues and causes integral to the children's mental
health across the country. We ask that
you partner with us and help honor National Children’s Mental Health Awareness
wearing green on Thursday, May 7, 2015.
is with our combined efforts that growth, renewal and the promoting of positive
mental health will impact the well-being of our children. Our voices will bring about change.
Together, We Change Lives!
know the history of the green ribbon as a symbol for children's mental health?
In the 1800’s, the color green was used to brand people who were labeled “insane”. The children’s mental health community decided to continue using the color green, but with a completely different focus. Green signifies new life, new growth, and new beginnings. Therefore, green ribbons are worn to raise public awareness to better the lives of children and youth with serious emotional disorders. Please show your support of these children and their families.