Ryther’s tree-shaded, 10-acre campus was purchased by the Ryther League in 1954 and has since provided a nurturing and therapeutic environment for the children and teens who receive treatment here, as well as the hundreds of families who visit our outpatient offices and programs daily.
The three cottages offer a home-like setting where children have their own rooms and share family-style meals with staff and peers. Also with a K-8 school and covered play area arranged around a large green grassy field, our campus is uniquely suited for experiential activities like playing catch with a therapy dog, climbing our challenge wall, playing basketball with a therapist, hiking our nature trail or planting seeds in our gardens. Ryther also has a professional Experiential Challenge Course for clients as well as for corporate team building. Visiting families can stay overnight in our Family Center to get lots of time shadowing staff in the cottages or participating in family therapy.