About Us

Chris Haughee, Church Relations

Chris Haughee has over 25 years of experience in children’s and youth ministry. Chris serves as a liaison with Intermountain’s supporting churches and faith communities. He is the author of three devotional books, including Hope for Healing, which was about his time as chaplain at Intermountain Residential from 2021 to 2020. His curriculum Bruised Reeds and Smoldering Wicks was the first to integrate ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) and Trauma-Informed ministry guidelines in a Bible Study for Churches [check out the link on the Resource page].

Intermountain employee since: 2012

Rev. Sami Pack-Toner, chaplain

Sami Pack-Toner is an ordained elder in the United Methodist Church. She is a Montana native and has been the Residential Chaplain at Intermountain since 2021. Sami and her husband Shane live in Marysville with their four animals. They enjoy skiing and being outdoors as much as possible.

Intermountain employee since: 2021

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.”