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Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch offers Mental Health Treatment services in Minot, ND

Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch is categorized as a Mental Health treatment facility, but may provide additional health care support.

For detailed questions about the health care provider at Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch , you may contact their Minot offices via phone at 701-852-3628.

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Gender Accepted

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Jean Baue

2017-11-15 20:24:17 via Google

Thirteen years ago our son, in his mid-teens went to DBR and spent 8-9 months there. The ranch, at that time, used a clearly defined system of rewards and consequences. If they followed the rules, they earned points; if they broke the roles, they lost points. The boys were assigned chores such as kitchen duty, shoveling snow, house-keeping. They went to school. The classrooms had 8-10students in them by grade level, there the curriculum was no-nonsense, solid subjects. They played organized games of softball, frisbee, and other sports. There was ample time for active teens to burn off all the energy typical of the age-group. At the time, 13 years ago, the people of Minot seemed untouched by the cynicism of the rest of the US. They were polite, affable, open, and friendly. My son, now in his early 30s, talks about his time there fondly. He lives on his own, works, hangs out with his friends, and doesn’t get into trouble. I hope DBR hasn’t changed.

Marlon Montenegro

2017-08-20 22:08:51 via Google

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