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Since 1977, TYFS has helped thousands of children.

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A child who self-harms?

Van Vleck House opened in 1977 to provide prevention, early intervention and treatment programs for Teton County youth. In 1986, Van Vleck House added the Group Home and Crisis Shelter to meet expanded community need for intervention and treatment services.

A violent child?

Red Top Meadows is a 14-bed residential treatment and therapeutic wilderness program established in 1980 to serve adolescent males. RTM is a logical step when the child is not able to function in their home and school environments.

A child in trouble with the law?

Court Diversion Services provide a variety of interventions from assessments for the placement of juveniles detained by law enforcement to diversion from the Circuit Court for first-time offenders, to probation services for youth involved with the Circuit Court.

A child
struggling socially?

Jackson Hole Leadership Program is a summer program for Teton County children ages 10-14. The program teaches outdoor and problem-solving skills, as well as building positive peer relationships and effective communication.

An abused child?

The Hirschfield Center for Children seeks to help children avoid behavioral, emotional and mental health problems by strengthening families and working to prevent child abuse and neglect.

our mission

To help children and families find their way to fulfilling and constructive lives.

Van Vleck House

Van Vleck House opened in 1977 to provide prevention, early intervention and treatment programs for Teton County youth. In 1986, Van Vleck House added the Group Home and Crisis Shelter to meet expanded community need for intervention and treatment services.

Hirschfield Center

The Hirschfield Center for Children seeks to help children avoid behavioral, emotional and mental health problems by strengthening families and working to prevent child abuse and neglect.

Red Top Meadows

Red Top Meadows is a 14-bed residential treatment and therapeutic wilderness program established in 1980 to serve adolescent males. The facility is located on 20 acres bordering the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

TYFS functions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year.

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Teton Youth and Family Services Raises a Record $64,000 at 20th Annual Golf Benefit

92 Golfers enjoyed 18 sunny holes of golf at Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis, raising funds for youth and families in need of prevention, crisis and residential services. JACKSON, WY. On June 22nd Teton Youth and Family Services hosted its 20th annual golf fundraiser at the Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis Course raising $64,000 to […]

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