Established in 1952, Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch (DBGR) has grown to become the largest Lutheran Social Service Agency in North Dakota. DBGR has served more than 27,000 at-risk children and their families from 36 states in its six programs in North Dakota. Each day, DBGR serves 124 youth ages 10-18 in residential care, shelter care and at the horse program in Minot; the residential program in Bismarck; and at the residential programs and Safe Home in Fargo. It also serves children in grades 1-12 in a day treatment program offered through school. For more information about Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch, visit the website or contact Gene Kaseman at 701-839-7888.