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From staff reports
McCrossan Boys Ranch is adding 32-bed residential unit to its northwest Sioux Falls campus.
The 10,000-square-foot building will modernize its space for at-risk kids and provide single rooms for boys who live there.
“Some of our residential cottages are now 50 years old,” said Brian Roegiers, executive director. “We are excited to add a more modern and energy-efficient facility that will greatly benefit our programs and the youth we serve.”
McCrossan is licensed to serve up to 77 boys on campus. During a typical year, 200 to 250 are served.
The new cottage is being named after Arie Huyser, an Iowa farmer who completely funded it through a donation.
McCrossan also wrapped up construction on a new administration building and renovation of its current administrative space, adding offices, therapy rooms and conference rooms. Staff now are consolidated in one building for better efficiency and collaboration.
McCrossan Boys Ranch was started 62 years ago and serves boys age 9 through 20 who face challenges, including personal conflict and family issues.
McCrossan Boys Ranch is adding a 32-bed residential unit to its northwest Sioux Falls campus.