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High Sky Children's Ranch New Therapy Center

The Frank Cremer, Jr. Therapy Center is one of several new buildings at High Sky Children's Ranch. There are so many ways that children are able to heal through art, play, and expressing their feelings on their own time and in their own way. This new therapy center utilizes many different forms of therapy including sand tray therapy, mneme art therapy, and art bonding therapy. The new facility also will be home to a sensory garden with wind chimes, and aromatic plants like lavender and sage.  High Sky Children's Ranch is dedicated to healing abused children and promoting family wholeness
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High Sky Children’s Ranch, Inc. opened its doors in 1963 under the direction of a concerned citizen, Joan Nobles, as a home for girls who had no place to go. In 1985, High Sky began accepting both boys and girls, enabling sibling groups to stay together. High Sky was re-licensed yet again in 1987 as a treatment facility to work with more traumatized, higher-level of care children and later as a Therapeutic Foster Care. The programs provide a structure with life skills as well as therapeutic services.

For more information on programs and services or how to get involved visit High Sky Children's Ranch.

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