A glimpse into a weekly grocery trip

A glimpse into a weekly grocery trip

Posted by on Apr 29, 2018 in Our blog |

cheyenneHave you ever been to a big family meal, looked at the table, and thought ‘good thing this was potluck – imagine having to buy (and cook) all that food?!’ Well, our house parents not only imagine it – they do it every week! Feeding ten youth (with ravenous appetites!) is no small feat. We asked one of our housemothers to give us a peek into her weekly shopping list, and she delivered!

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Family involvement is key

Family involvement is key

Posted by on Apr 19, 2018 in Our blog |

cheyenneAt Ranch Ehrlo, we’re well-known for the work we do with our country’s most vulnerable. But what you may not know is how we don’t do any of that alone – in fact, our clients and their families play a big role in their own treatment, programming, and even the spaces they gather in!

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Bullying

Bullying

Posted by on Apr 10, 2018 in Our blog |

Kate

Kate Langen

April 11, 2018 marks the International Day of Pink, a day created to bring awareness to and end all forms of bullying. While many anti-bullying initiatives focus on helping victims, at Ranch Ehrlo, we also focus on addressing the reasons behind bullying. Kate Langen, director of clinical services explains how we can uncover the reason behind these behaviours.

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