improving family life,

​knowledge, and understanding!

Great Plains Youth & Family Services, Inc.


April 2016

National Child Abuse Prevention Month

Look under our "Child Abuse Prevention Month" tab to find out how you can get involved!

Thursday, April 21

2016 Hobart Chamber of Commerce

Annual Membership Banquet

6:00 p.m.

Stanley Building

Tickets are $15/person

Call Lori, Chamber Director, at 580.726.2553 to purchase tickets

Friday, April 29

Hobart Legislative Luncheon

11:00 a.m.

Cocina de mi Pueblo

Friday, April 29​

Kiowa County Children's Fun Fair

5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

​Fair Exhibit Building

Sunday, May 22

GPYFS Free Foster Care Open House

2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

901 S. Broadway, Hobart




Employment Opportunities:

  • Seeking qualified families to provide host home services to youth
  • Average length of stay is 3 to 30 days
  • $35/day per child
  • Homes must be in Beckham, Greer, Kiowa & Washita Counties
  • Certified & Trained by Great Plains Youth & Family Services, Inc.

We Make A Difference Because We CARE!

  • Individual & Group Counseling
  • Emergency Host Homes
  • Positive Life Styles - First Time Offender Program
  • Growing in Family Training - A Right Start Program
  • Great Plains Child Care Resource & Referral
  • Anger Management Classes
  • Healthy Living Program
  • Foster & Respite Care Program

Services We Provide:

Focus on problem prevention, early intervention, reaching out to children & families regardless of age, race, gender, or socioeconomic status.


Call the office for more information!



A non-profit organization, established in 1978 to provide youth & family related programs in Western Oklahoma .  Services are funded through state & federal contracts & grants, contributions from individuals, local government & service organizations. 



Provide, assist & facilitate a community-based, structured process of counseling, socialization, recreation & education assistance to youth & their families who are in need of support adjusting to current life situations. 


is more important

than your family!