Classes concerning mental health, money management, education and more are being offered by Rapid City’s Youth and Family Services (YFS). These classes are open to anyone in the community and are geared to help families communicate and find a common ground, reports KOTA News.
Classes are primarily geared toward teens and adults, but staff are adaptable to working with families with young children. Staff are able to provide instruction in a home setting or at the YFS office, depending on the convenience level for the family. Two hour classes are provided once a week, while the YFS office is open five days per week.
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