The Robert E. Herman Charitable Trust granted $43,000 to Dakota Family Services to be used for Virtual Behavioral Health Care and Education.
Dakota Family Services is an outpatient mental health clinic, founded by Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch. Its compassionate, practiced experts provide outpatient behavioral health care for children, adolescents, and adults in a collaborative, multi-disciplinary setting. Comprehensive psychological and psychiatric services are available for all ages and include assessment, evaluation, individual therapy, family therapy, medication management, and psychological testing.
Funds from the Robert E. Herman Charitable Trust grant will be used to expand our telehealth services, as well as continue to engage our communities in events such as Community Chats and a training partnership with teachers and staff in West Fargo Public Schools.
Dakota Family Services is a group of compassionate, practiced experts providing outpatient care—in a collaborative, multi-disciplinary setting—for children, adolescents, and adults with behavioral health issues. Dakota Family Services was founded by Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch and has clinics in Fargo, Bismarck, and Minot, North Dakota.
The mission of the Robert E. Herman Charitable Trust is to improve the lives of children, create opportunities for students, and enhance end of life care for the residents of North Dakota. Robert E. Herman’s core belief is generosity and his encouragement for leadership in family and business will continue through the Robert E. Herman Charitable Trust for many years to come.