About Us

Chris Haughee, Chaplain


  • Bachelor of Arts in English Education with a Comparative Religious Studies minor, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA
  • Master of Divinity, Multnomah Biblical Seminary, Portland, OR
  • Doctoral Candidate, Multnomah Biblical Seminary, scheduled completion May 2017

Chris Haughee has 20 years of experience in children’s and youth ministry. Chris oversees the spiritual development and cultural nurture of the children in the residential program. Chapel services are offered twice a week for two different age groups. Chris also serves as a liaison with Intermountain’s supporting churches and faith communities.

Intermountain employee since: 2012

Janet Tatz, Jewish Educator


  • Bachelor of Science in both Elementary and Special Education with an emphasis in working with the developmentally disabled. Boston University, Boston, MA.
  • Master’s of Education with emphasis in both adapted physical education and therapeutic recreation.  University of Idaho, Moscow, Id.

In addition to Janet’s forty plus years of working in a variety of settings serving both children and adults with special needs, she brings to Intermountain  over 25 years of  teaching, leading worship services, organizing community events and educating  Montana’s statewide Jewish community.  Janet has prepared Jewish youth for bar and bat mitzvah, taught Jewish pre-school as well as served on a number of interfaith committees and organizations.

At Intermountain, Janet individualizes her Jewish education classes to meet the needs of the students she is working with.  Most sessions are one-to-one, but some opportunities for small group and/or  Jewish community participation are also provided.

Intermountain employee since: 2009


I hope this web site serves as a point of connection for those ministries and children and youth workers that share a passion with Intermountain that EVERY CHILD is a gift from God. I hope that on this site you will find regular encouragement through the blog posts, assistance with communicating God’s love in interesting and creative ways through the resource page, and that those hoping to share the mission and message of Intermountain with others will find this a helpful place to download articles, bulletin inserts, and stories that capture the heart of our work in “restoring hope to children.”