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Showcasing Sport Venture

Showcasing Sport Venture

Ehrlo Baseball Rookie League will soon be highlighted at a major gala in Toronto. On May 19th, Gloria Patrick, Sport Venture manager, and volunteer coach Phyllis Littletent will be taking part in the Jays Care Curve Ball Gala at Rogers Centre in Toronto. Jays Care Foundation, the charitable arm of the Toronto Blue Jays, believes that an opportunity gap exists in underserved communities across…

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CARE connects us all

CARE connects us all

An amazing part of Ranch Ehrlo is that everyone is invested in the mission - to provide quality preventative and restorative services to, and advocacy for, vulnerable individuals and families through highly engaged and professional employees. One way we ensure that everyone stays connected, from caregivers to IT support, is to have all employees take CARE training. We are guided by the CARE…

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5th annual powwow

5th annual powwow

Our 5th annual powwow will take place August 25th on the Pilot Butte campus. Save the date on your calendars now! Our powwow is a place to join in celebration through dancing, singing, visiting, renewing old friendships, and making new ones while honour the culture of our Indigenous clientele, staff, and community partners. Once again, our powwow will be competitive style – cash prizes…

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Ranch Ehrlo is unique in the services provided to families

Ranch Ehrlo is unique in the services provided to families

Ranch Ehrlo’s family programs are gaining more interest across North America and people want to find out more about how the programs help keep families together. Patti Petrucka, director of family treatment for Ranch Ehrlo, has been invited to speak at the Nogdawindamin Family and Community Services Family Treatment Conference at the North Shore Tribal Council in northern Ontario in May.…

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Quilting through COVID

Quilting through COVID

Some lucky families now have a handmade gift that keeps on giving through chilly nights and can be passed down from generation to generation. Karen and Allan recently donated 11 quilts to the Ranch Ehrlo Society’s Family Treatment Program (FTP). Karen explained they are “quilting through Covid.” She explained, “We have a big table in the basement and three sewing…

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Looking back on the family-based treatment home

Looking back on the family-based treatment home

In January of 2020, Ranch Ehrlo Society embarked on a pilot project designed to meet a specific need in our family programs.  Foster care services have been part of the Ranch’s continuum of service for over 10 years. We know that all children are different, and some have complex needs that are best met within a family setting. We developed our unique Treatment Foster Care Services…

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Make A Mark with Ranch Ehrlo and the Regina Public Library

Make A Mark with Ranch Ehrlo and the Regina Public Library

Ranch Ehrlo Society in partnership with the Regina Public Library presents Make A Mark art exhibit created through the Ranch’s Paper Crane expressive art services. The themes of the exhibit are the seven sacred teachings and animal symbolism in Indigenous art. The art pieces featured in the exhibit were created by youth at the Schaller Education Centre, Ranch Ehrlo participants at various…

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Jillings House renovation

Jillings House renovation

A home in Regina has been adapted and renovated to best meet the need of participants in our Supported Living Program (SLP). Participants in the program are often long-term Ranch Ehrlo residents – some have been here for decades. So, when we’re looking at how to help them best achieve success, moving them to a space that best suits their needs, is a great move forward. “In…

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Experiencing success at Echo Lake

Experiencing success at Echo Lake

This past week the snow was deep, but the smiles were big at Ranch Ehrlo Society’s southern 1st Annual Fishing Derby at Echo Lake, part of programs south Winterfest. Every year Ranch Ehrlo breaks the winter blues by hosting Winterfest. The last two years were modified to adhere to the pandemic restrictions. Activities are all outdoors and allow everyone with every skill level to…

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Ranch Ehrlo assists in a national effort

Ranch Ehrlo assists in a national effort

Ranch Ehrlo clinical team members are providing their expertise to an international effort to create effective standardized trauma-informed care for children and youth. The Canadian Consortium on Child and Youth Trauma has members from across Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom. The consortium’s mission is to create a standardized approach to child and youth trauma care…

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Ranch Ehrlo’s Corman Park will fulfill an urgent need

Ranch Ehrlo’s Corman Park will fulfill an urgent need

Ranch Ehrlo Society will soon be able to offer emergency receiving services closer to home for youth from central and northern Saskatchewan. Corman Parl leadership charrette The board of directors has approved the construction of an Emergency Receiving Program home on the Corman Park campus outside of Saskatoon. The facility should be operational by June 2023. “There is an…

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11 years and still going strong

11 years and still going strong

For the 11th consecutive year, we’ve been recognized as one of Saskatchewan’s top employers. This special designation recognizes the Saskatchewan employers that lead their industries in offering exceptional places to work. Continuing to be faced with challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic, our staff persevered to help the most vulnerable children, youth, families, and individuals in…

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Sharing CARE during winter months

Sharing CARE during winter months

Sharing inspirational stories of CARE helped a group of foster parents recently get through the dark days of winter. Ranch Ehrlo’s Treatment Foster Care (TFC) service is an elite foster care program in partnership with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Social Services to assist children who are in need of care in a family setting. Foster parents use the CARE model of treatment, which is based…

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Reunited a family of 10

Reunited a family of 10

Ranch Ehrlo Society is helping to bring together a family of 10 in its Family Treatment Program (FTP). The family is headed by Alanna and Trenton who have spent the past several months working on themselves and their family to reunite with their eight children, ranging in age from 11 to three. FTP priority is preserving families by providing a myriad of treatments that are created for each…

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Winter fun and bonding

Winter fun and bonding

Out of the box thinking helped the participants and staff at Jewison House not only learn winter survival skills but also enabled a youth to spend time with his family. The Ranch provides meaningful programming to all its participants while ensuring activities adhere to the CARE model. We are guided by this model and the six principles, which are aimed at improving services for children and…

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