New Day was incorporated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency in 1992 and was licensed by the State of MT as a group home for eight Native American youth diagnosed as seriously emotionally disturbed (SED) in 1994. In 2002, with the assistance of Administration for Native Americas (ANA), New Day, Inc. was successful in developing and licensing the first program specially designed to serve Native American youth with both Chemical Dependency and Mental Health diagnosis, known as the Four Dances Outdoor Adventure Program. This program has continued to grow, and New Day, Inc. now offers Level I and Level II Chemical Dependency counseling for youth with dual diagnoses through our co-occurring program. As a follow-up to Four Dances, New Day received ANA funding to establish a Therapeutic Foster Care program, which achieved self-sufficiency and continues on. Today we are proud to have ten licensed foster homes in Billings and the surrounding areas. New Day established a school in 1997 to serve our group home youth. We were accredited by Northwest Accreditation Commission and brought on our school administrator in 2009. Our school, known as the Mental Health Day Treatment Program, is now utilized as a resource by public schools for behaviorally challenged youth. New Day, Inc. has made tremendous strides over the past 20 years, and continues to work to provide these much needed services for youth and their families.