YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES INC

We help kids

aka YFS   |   Rapid City, SD   |  www.youthandfamilyservices.org

Mission

To support children and their families in being capable, caring, and contributing members of the community.

Ruling year info

1966

Chief Executive Officer

Mr. John Julius

Chief Program Officer

Mr. David Miller

Main address

PO Box 2813

Rapid City, SD 57709-2813 USA

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EIN

46-6017085

NTEE code info

Youth Development Programs (O50)

Children's and Youth Services (P30)

Mental Health Treatment (F30)

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Communication

Programs and results

What we aim to solve

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

Youth & Family Services (YFS) serves more than 14,000 children and their families in western South Dakota every year. YFS works to address the multiple challenges that many of these children and their families face, including poverty; food and/or housing insecurity; chaotic lifestyles; neglect; physical, emotional, and sexual abuse; substance abuse in the home; unhealthy relationships; violence; racial and/or gender discrimination; and/or cultural disorientation. YFS is also working to address the need for quality, affordable childcare for working families; quality early childhood education; safe, enriching, and developmentally appropriate out-of-school time programs for elementary and middle school youth; and access to medical, dental, and behavioral healthcare services for children and their families. Children who don't have their basic needs met may underachieve in school, lack resiliency to face the challenges of life, and lose hope for a future of opportunity and happiness.

Our programs

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

What are the organization's current programs, how do they measure success, and who do the programs serve?

YFS Girls Incorporated of Rapid City

Girls Incorporated (Girls Inc.) of Rapid City was founded in 1965. YFS Girls Inc. serves girls, ages 6-17, by providing fun, educational, and recreational activities to girls after school and each weekday during the summer months. The program's goal is to build the girls' capacity for responsible and confident adulthood, economic independence, and personal fulfillment. Girls Inc. programs highlight community action, sports, health, careers, and life planning. These programs also celebrate members' cultures and heritages and encourage the girls to develop self-reliance and life skills. YFS Girls Inc.’s center-based and age appropriate activities are implemented in a challenging and creative environment.

Population(s) Served
Women and girls
Children and youth

YFS’ Child Development Center provides quality care, a highly qualified staff, and a nurturing environment for children, ages 4 weeks through fourth grade. YFS Child Development Center accepts families who receive Child Care Assistance benefits through the South Dakota Department of Child Care Services. Discounted rates are available for families with more than one child enrolled and families who meet income guidelines. The incorporation of YFS Head Start programming allows the YFS Child Development Center to offer year-round, high quality services such as developmental screenings, family services assistance, counseling for children and families, parent trainings, and nutrition and health education for families of children, ages 4 weeks to 5 years. Transportation is provided daily from designated schools for children in kindergarten through fourth grade. Care is also provided on early dismissal and non-school days. Daily activities include homework help, teaching kitchen, gym activities, computer lab, sports, outdoor fun, arts and crafts.

Population(s) Served
Infants and toddlers

YFS Counseling Center’s licensed therapists provide assessment, intervention, and mental health services on a sliding fee scale. The YFS Counseling Center also operates the Youth Trauma Center, as well as providing Anger Management and Love & Logic parenting classes in the community. More than 1,200 clients per year benefit from the Counseling Center’s financially subsidized programs. The Youth Trauma Center was established in 2012 to provide trauma-focused treatment to children and their families who have experienced traumatic events and trauma-informed training to other mental health providers in the community. The Center screens children and family members for traumatic stress, completes trauma assessments, provides trauma-focused treatment to children and family members, and refers children and families to other mental health professionals. The Center staff provides training, information, and resources to mental health professionals, staff of youth-serving organizations, and community members. With supplemental funding to serve tribal communities in western South Dakota, the Youth Trauma Center began providing trauma-focused equine therapy to help youth heal from stress and trauma. YFS therapists also provide bi-monthly counseling services to students at Crazy Horse School in Wanblee, a community on the Pine Ridge Reservation. Maureen Murray, YFS' Director of Mental Health and Prevention Services, is also serving on the National Child Traumatic Stress Network Steering Committee and was recently appointed to the Steering Committee of Connecting With Our Youth (CWOY), a program through the Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board to reduce suicide.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth
Families

YFS’ Nutrition Services provided or oversaw the provision of 778,255 meals and snacks to children during our last fiscal year. The YFS Family Child Care Nutrition Program partnered with 90 family child care providers in 21 western South Dakota counties to oversee the provision of 415,088 meals and snacks between July 2019 and June 2020 and now serves providers in 29 counties. This program helps caregivers serve nutritious meals to children, ages 12 and younger. Nutrition staff members visit the homes and centers of the child care providers to offer technical support with menu planning, nutrition education, and program management. In September 2019, we hosted our 3rd annual Harvest Festival at YFS’ Fullerton Farm in Box Elder, which provides fresh produce to YFS' commercial kitchens. Last year, YFS’ Nutrition Services staff members monitored and accommodated the special diet and food allergy needs of 82 children and provided 12 trainings to YFS staff members, family child care providers, early education professionals, and Head Start educators.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth

YFS Rapid City Head Start is a comprehensive program enhancing physical, social, emotional and intellectual development for low income families with children ages 0-5 through classroom activities and home visits.

YFS Home-Based Five Head Start is a parent-focused early childhood education program offering home visits and at-home activities for low-income families with children ages 0-5 in seven western South Dakota counties (Custer, Fall River, Haakon, Jackson, Lawrence, Meade, and Pennington).

YFS Prenatal to Five Head Start provides effective educational experiences that support critical early learning outcomes for infants, toddlers and preschoolers. Comprehensive educational programming is designed to support skill development, behaviors, and knowledge that promote early childhood development and school readiness. Education strategies focus on all areas of development, including approaches to learning; creative arts expression; English language development; language development; literacy knowledge and skills; logic and reasoning; mathematics knowledge and skills; physical development and health; science knowledge and skills; social and emotional development; and social studies knowledge and skills.

Population(s) Served
Infants and toddlers
Families

Western Prevention Resource Center assists students, parents, educators, community groups, social service and mental health agencies, chemical dependency service providers and law enforcement personnel in developing and implementing prevention programs in western South Dakota. WPRC supports drug, alcohol, tobacco, and violence prevention activities reaching more than 12,000 people annually in 24 counties. We are currently placing strong emphasis on meth and alcohol abuse prevention in response to critical community needs. The Oyate Okolakiciye Prevention Coalition at Western Prevention Resource Center works to prevent and reduce the prevalence of substance use and abuse by providing life skills and education that encourage American Indian youth, young adults, and their families in the Rapid City area to lead healthy and productive lives. The coalition provides educational classes, trainings, and activities in the Rapid City area that address issues related to substance abuse, how substance use effects brain development, Life Skills, and education about Lakota culture. The coalition partners with Indian Education at Rapid City Area Schools to mail congratulation letters along with educational and prevention materials to Native American high school graduates in Rapid City.

Population(s) Served
Adolescents
Substance abusers

YFS’ Family Support and Advocacy Services offers relationship education and intensive case management for about 250 adults and relationship education, mentoring, and individualized academic support for about 825 youth each year through the Boys’ Health Advocacy Program, Health Connections for girls, Stronger Family Program, Stronger Youth Program, Fatherhood First, Intensive Family Services Program, and Youth VIP Connect. Health Connections for girls and the Boys’ Health Advocacy Program were recipients of the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Promising Practices Award for Promoting Adolescents’ Strengths in 2012.

The Boys’ Health Advocacy Program delivers services to about 125 boys each year. This program offers extensive and intensive health advocacy services to boys, ages 5-18, who are at risk of developing physical, mental, or social health problems. Boys are referred to the program by school counselors, teachers, parents, and health and social service agencies. The Wise Guys reproductive health and healthy relationships program also reaches about 150 adolescents each year. This course is conducted at the Juvenile Services Center, the Arise Center of Lutheran Social Services, and with clients enrolled in the YFS Boys’ Health Advocacy Program.

YFS Girls Inc.’s Health Connections is an innovative, referral-based program that works to meet the physical, mental, and social health needs of at-risk girls, ages 5-18, by connecting them with medical, dental, optical, and mental health service providers in the community. Health Connections advocates mentor and support the girls, transport them to and from appointments, work closely with their family and school to ensure their success, instill the importance of responsibility and self-esteem, and assist the girls in learning and developing patterns of behavior that will enhance their health. Numerous providers and agencies collaborate with YFS to meet the health needs of about 65 girls each year.

Last year, Health Connections and the Boys’ Health Program referred a total of 87 boys and girls to mental health therapists, connected 82 to oral health professionals, and helped 30 children secure optical care.

YFS’ Stronger Family Program (now Stronger Family Program for adults and Stronger Youth Program for high school aged students) served 823 unduplicated youth and adults in the last year through relationship education, case management and referral, and supplemental curriculum classes. Last year, our Youth Educators delivered a series of evidenced-based relationship education classes to youth at five area high schools, WellFully (residential behavioral health center for adolescents), and the Western South Dakota Juvenile Services Center (juvenile detention center for six counties).

YFS Fatherhood First helps parents embrace the vital role fathers play in their children’s lives. Fathers and their children participate in individualized home visits or group events designed to promote life skills, enhance child development, and strengthen the bond between a father and his child. Each year, Fatherhood First provides quality programming to about 75 fathers or male role models through father/child activity socials, Love and Logic parenting classes, and a weekly advocacy and support group for intimate partner violence offenders. YFS’ Fatherhood First staff, in partnership with YFS’ Stronger Family Program, also provided relationship education services to area schools.

Intensive Family Services Program serves about 30 previously unserved youth and their families. This program is designed to help increase the number of families who develop the skills necessary to maintain a safe, nurturing, and stable family environment in order to prevent the out-of-home placement of children for behavioral issues.

Youth VIP (Voices in Prevention) Connect strengthens comprehensive, coordinated community-based efforts to expand prevention, intervention, treatment, and response strategies to address the needs of youth, ages 11-24, impacted by sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and sex trafficking. Beginning services in 2020, the YFS Community & Youth Engagement Coordinator directs referrals from partnering organizations of youth victims to appropriate trauma-informed counseling or services through the YFS Counseling/ Youth Trauma Center.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth
Adults

Early adolescents from our community began attending YFS’ enhanced Middle School Program beginning in the fall of 2020. The Middle School Program offers experiential program options and social-emotional learning for middle school age youth in the summer and after school.

Students may choose from tracks offered for a few weeks or a month, such as robotics, an entrepreneurial coffee shop, outdoor adventures, visual arts, performing arts, culinary arts, filmmaking, sports, physical fitness, horticulture, nutrition, technology, and/or video game design. The tracks are designed to be engaging and challenging and contribute to the overarching focus of the program to build social emotional competencies. Youth may choose tracks that align with their passion and learn to create expertise and skill in a field of interest to them. Students in the program will also participate in field trips, team building, and community service.

Middle school youth with identified needs will have access to our award-winning Health Advocacy Programs (consisting of the Boys' Advocacy Program and the Health Connections Program for girls) which provides access to health care and intensive health-focused case management services for girls and boys, ages 5-18.

Population(s) Served
Adolescents

Where we work

Goals & Strategy

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

Learn about the organization's key goals, strategies, capabilities, and progress.

Charting impact

Four powerful questions that require reflection about what really matters - results.

The mission of Youth & Family Services (YFS) is to support children and their families in being capable, caring, and contributing members of the community. Its vision is that children in western South Dakota will develop healthy bodies, inquiring minds, wholesome relationships, compassionate hearts, creative spirits, the conviction to stand up for themselves and others, and the courage to build a better society.

Overall goals for YFS programs are as follows:

• Girls Incorporated: To build girls’ capacity for responsible and confident adulthood, economic independence, and personal fulfillment and to inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold.

• Child Development Center: To provide and promote high quality, affordable child care for infants, toddlers, preschool, and school-age children.

• Counseling Center: To help young people and families recognize the value, need, and comfort in functioning more effectively; to support these individuals in developing a sense of worth, identity, and purpose; and to provide them with the skills and understanding necessary to function in a more meaningful way though counseling, crisis intervention, prevention, and education.

• Nutrition Services: To promote good nutrition for children by providing healthy meals and snacks and nutrition education.

• Prenatal to Five Head Start: To enhance children’s physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development; to support parents, both mothers and fathers, in fulfilling their parental roles; and to help parents move toward economic independence.

• Western Prevention Resource Center: To provide research, training, and technical assistance in response to substance abuse and violence issues affecting the lives of young people and their families.

• Family Support and Advocacy Services: To increase access to medical, dental, and behavioral healthcare for children and their families through a health-focused case management model; to support high school age youth and adults in building happier, healthier lives and relationships through experiential relationship education, mentoring, and coaching and to strengthen their path toward economic stability, mobility, and employability; to empower children to lead happy, productive lives through healthy interactions with their fathers or other positive male role-models; to provide intensive, coordinated, individualized services for children and their families to increase family functioning and improve individual family members’ overall health and well-being; and to strengthen comprehensive community-based efforts to expand prevention, intervention, treatment, and response strategies to address the needs of youth impacted by sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and sex trafficking.

• Middle School Program: To provide developmentally appropriate, evidence-based programming, mentoring, and support focused on the unique needs of middle school students as they transition through early adolescence.

To meet the needs of underserved children and families in western South Dakota, Youth & Family Services (YFS) provides evidence-based, developmentally appropriate education, prevention, and recreation programs; access to healthcare services; case management; mentoring; trauma-informed counseling services and treatment; healthy relationships education and support; healthy meals; training and technical assistance; and other supportive services through the following YFS programs:

• Girls Inc. serves girls, ages 6-17, and provides age-appropriate prevention, education, and recreation programming designed to build girls' capacity for responsible confident adulthood, economic independence, and personal fulfillment.

• The YFS Child Development Center provides year-round licensed, affordable, quality childcare for children, ages four weeks through 4th grade. Approximately 79% of its families qualify for low-income subsidies; 59% come from single-parent households.

• Licensed therapists at the YFS Counseling Center and Youth Trauma Center provide trauma-informed assessment, intervention, and counseling services (both in person and via telehealth) to clients of all ages on a sliding fee scale.

• YFS Nutrition Services provides/oversees daily meals and snacks for children in YFS programs, free summer breakfasts and lunches for area children, Family Child Care provider support in 29 counties, and nutrition education.

• Rapid City Head Start and Home-Based Head Start serve low-income children and families in seven counties in western South Dakota. Head Start promotes the school readiness of children from birth to age five from low-income families by enhancing their cognitive, social, and emotional development and emphasizes the role of parents as their child's first and most important teacher.

• The Western Prevention Resource Center implements and supports substance abuse and violence prevention activities for youth and adults in 22 counties in western South Dakota.

• Family Support and Advocacy Services carries out health-focused case management, education, mentoring services; education strategies and activities that support healthy marriages and relationships; hands-on programming for fathers/male role models; provides an integrated system of community providers and resources that address the child's and family's needs; and delivers trauma-informed policies, practices, and procedures to respond to youth victims, and provides training on sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and sex trafficking.

• The Middle School Program implements out-of-school programming designed to promote academic learning and career exploration by connecting students to their world. The program works to advance the social-emotional skills of early adolescents.

Youth & Family Services has been serving children and families in western South Dakota for over 50 years. In 1965, a grassroots group in Rapid City, SD, incorporated the Girls Club of Rapid City, an affiliate of the national Girls Club organization, to serve the needs of girls in the community. The organization soon began to respond to increasing needs in the community with food programs, crisis intervention, childcare services, counseling services, and prevention programs for children and their families. By 1991, it became apparent that a new name was needed to more clearly depict the wide variety of programs and services that the organization provided to youth and their families. In April 1991, Girls Club of Rapid City officially changed its name to Youth & Family Services, Inc. (YFS). Over the last 55 years, YFS has grown to be one of the largest, most comprehensive human services agencies in the region and is widely recognized as a leader in providing services for children and families in Rapid City and western South Dakota.

YFS partners with area schools; Indian Health Service; Community Health Center of the Black Hills and other area healthcare providers (physicians, dentists, optometrists, ophthalmologists, and mental health providers); South Dakota Departments of Social Services, Health, Labor and Regulation, and Education; South Dakota Mines; Western Dakota Tech; Rapid City's Grade-Level Reading; Collective Impact Initiatives; Systems of Care Collaborative; Rapid City Police Department; Pennington County Sheriff's Department; Western South Dakota Juvenile Services Center; Juvenile and Young Adult Diversion Programs of the County State’s Attorney’s Office; Rapid City Recreation Department; and other youth-serving organizations.

The following sample from letters of support show the depth and breadth of community support: “As the only federally qualified health center within a 150-mile radius of Rapid city, we are the primary care safety net for the economically underserved in the region. Every day we serve adults and children that could benefit from improving their relationships as part of the many psychosocial issues they must face to improve their health and well-being. YFS is uniquely qualified to provide such services. They have an excellent reputation throughout the Black Hills region.” (Tim Trithart, CEO, Community Health Center of the Black Hills) “The Department of Labor and Regulation has had the opportunity to work with Youth & Family Services, Inc. (YFS), for many years, and we have had staff serve on the board in the past. YFS provides several successful programs that help families in our community, especially “disadvantaged” families.” (Kara Palmer, Assistant Manager, SD Department of Labor and Regulation) “YFS is well-known in the Rapid City community as an agency that provides excellent prevention services, in addition to out-of-school programs and intensive case management services.” (W. Burke Eilers, CEO, WellFully)

In 2017, RTI International selected youth programming in YFS’ Stronger Family Program to partner on the Responding to Intimate Partner Violence in Relationships research project. This past year, the program concluded the adult portion of the project. YFS is the only site in the nation to conduct both youth and adult research for this project. The study will demonstrate how professionals can better assist youth and adults in identifying unhealthy relationships and refer them to support services.
In 2019-2020, YFS programs served over 14,000 children and their families in western South Dakota. The majority of children receiving direct services were from low-income, single-parent households and about half were a racial/ethnic minority.
Girls Inc. delivers research-based, educational and recreational programs. This past year 841 girls, ages 6-17, engaged in programs that inspired them to be strong, smart, and bold.
Child Development Center provides quality care for children. This past year, 421 children engaged in educational and recreational activities designed to foster their overall development. Of those children, 110 were infants and toddlers, 199 attended preschool, and 112 participated in the school-age program.
Counseling Center served over 600 youth and adults in the last year through assessment, counseling, psychosocial groups, and equine therapy. Youth Trauma Center screened 678 children and family members for traumatic stress, completed 181 trauma assessments, and provided 358 children and 20 parents with trauma related treatment; 33 children were referred to other providers.
Nutrition Services provided or oversaw the provision of 778,255 meals and snacks to children during our last fiscal year. Family Child Care Nutrition Program partnered with 90 family child care providers to oversee the provision of 415,088 meals and snacks.
Prenatal to Five Head Start offers family-focused preschool activities which provide social competency and school readiness. Programming is offered in seven counties and 829 children and their families participated last year.
Last year, Western Prevention Resource Center provided substance abuse and leadership training to more than 300 youth, delivered prevention education to more than 10,000 youth, and promoted healthy living to more than 850 American Indian youth and their families.
Family Support and Advocacy Services assisted 850 youth and 280 adults last year in strengthening wellness through evidence-based relationship training, intensive case management, and prevention of sexual violence.
Middle School Program began with the new fiscal year and expects to serve up to 200 early adolescents in the next calendar year.
From March through June of 2020, YFS responded to the needs of our children and families due to the coronavirus pandemic. On average, 1,101 children received services each week. More than 24,219 individual contacts were made with families to help identify needs and connect them with resources.

How we listen

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

Seeking feedback from people served makes programs more responsive and effective. Here’s how this organization is listening.

done We shared information about our current feedback practices.
  • Who are the people you serve with your mission?

    YFS serves children and their families (primarily low-income) in Rapid City and western South Dakota. In our direct service programs, about 49% self-identify as an ethnic or racial minority; most are American Indians.

  • How is your organization collecting feedback from the people you serve?

    Electronic surveys (by email, tablet, etc.), Paper surveys, Focus groups or interviews (by phone or in person), Case management notes, Constituent (client or resident, etc.) advisory committees,

  • How is your organization using feedback from the people you serve?

    To identify and remedy poor client service experiences, To identify bright spots and enhance positive service experiences, To make fundamental changes to our programs and/or operations, To inform the development of new programs/projects, To identify where we are less inclusive or equitable across demographic groups, To strengthen relationships with the people we serve, To understand people's needs and how we can help them achieve their goals,

  • What significant change resulted from feedback?

    Our Child Development Center frequently adjusts the hours of service in response to parent feedback regarding their childcare needs.

  • With whom is the organization sharing feedback?

    The people we serve, Our staff, Our board, Our funders, Our community partners,

  • Which of the following feedback practices does your organization routinely carry out?

    We aim to collect feedback from as many people we serve as possible,

  • What challenges does the organization face when collecting feedback?

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YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES INC

Board of directors
as of 11/29/2022
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Dr. Dale Berkebile

Retired Surgeon

Term: 2021 - 2023

Stan Adelstein

President, Northwestern Engineering Co.

Charles Arbeiter

Arbeiter & Baduik Financial Services

Pam Fritz

Retired High School Advisor and Teacher

Jeff Fullerton

President, 1st Western Federal Savings Bank

Pat Goetzinger

Attorney and Partner, Gunderson, Palmer, Goodsell, Nelson & Ashmore LLP

Mary Helland

KW Real Estate

John Hey

Mechanical Engineer, John W. Hey & Co. (Engineering)

Roger Johnsen

Retired Owner, Stanley J. Johnsen Concrete

Gary Larson

Former President, Western Dakota Insurors; Partner, Rocky Mountain Chocolates

Kathy Letner

Civic Leader and Community Volunteer; Retired - Western Stationers

Kyle Blada

Retired - LAMAR Advertising

Greg Schweiss

VP of Risk Management, Pete Lien & Sons

Willis Sutliff

Retired Pediatrician

Scott Barbour

Owner, Northwest Pipe Fittings, Inc.

Dale Berkebile

Retired Surgeon

Angie Dietrich

Civic Leader/Community Volunteer

April Hix

Office Assistant, Tucker, Kudrna, Holec, & Young Eye Care Centre

Tonya Johnson

Co-Owner, Ross Johnson Design

JC Joyce

Manager, Scheels Sporting Goods

Lloyd LaCroix

MG Oil Company

Judee Oldham

Retired, Community Volunteer

Karen Raben

Retired, Civic Leader/Community Volunteer

John Way

Branch President/BankWest

Malcom Chapman

Owner, The Chapman Group, Business Consultants

Ron Reed

Retired Educator

Jarrett Apa

Financial Advisor, BMS Financial Advisors

Sarah Bockelmann

Director Strategic Initiatives, Black Hills Corp.

Cathy Carpenter-Snyder

Area Director, World Wide Technology

Melinda Cherry

Head Start Policy Council Rep

Ami Larson

Civic Leader, Community Volunteer, Mom

Ann Reiling

Retired Educator

Organizational demographics

SOURCE: Self-reported; last updated 11/29/2022

Who works and leads organizations that serve our diverse communities? GuideStar partnered on this section with CHANGE Philanthropy and Equity in the Center.

Leadership

The organization's leader identifies as:

Race & ethnicity
White/Caucasian/European
Gender identity
Male, Not transgender (cisgender)
Sexual orientation
Heterosexual or Straight
Disability status
Person without a disability

The organization's co-leader identifies as:

Race & ethnicity
White/Caucasian/European
Gender identity
Male, Not transgender (cisgender)
Sexual orientation
Heterosexual or Straight
Disability status
Person without a disability

Race & ethnicity

No data

Gender identity

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