Youth Dynamics launches fundraising campaign

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Youth Dynamics CEO Dr. Dennis Sulser speaks during a Friday press conference announcing the organization’s fundraising campaign.

Courtesy photo Billings Gazette

Youth Dynamics on Friday announced a $3 million fundraising initiative to expand its programs and facilities to serve more Montana children facing behavioral health challenges. Already, $2.1 million has been raised.

From the campaign, $2 million is earmarked for the residential campus in Boulder, adding a group home with 10 new private rooms and making repairs. This work will improve the overall quality of the facilities and shorten the substantial wait list for residential care.

Additional money raised will fund 15 new case manager positions across the state. With this expansion, Youth Dynamics will be poised to serve an additional 375 children and families.

Youth Dynamics is Montana’s largest non-profit provider of comprehensive children’s mental and behavioral health services across the state, caring for over 2,700 children and teens annually through nearly 7,000 individual services. Founded in 1981, the agency provides direct services to children and families in 47 of Montana’s 56

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