Remembrance Ranch is a 12-month transformation experience for teenagers and their families in high risk situations.
We are a faith-based, non-denominational, therapeutic program for teenagers struggling at home and/or at school. Our team includes licensed social workers, case managers, and experienced mentors.
- To assist teens and their families to have a reconciled relationship with God, family and community through Jesus Christ.
- To mobilize local networks of churches, schools and community organizations to help each teen and family find needed resources and relationships.
-To use the natural setting and our therapeutic approach to focus on life-changing decisions.
- We are a non-denominational Christian organization that embraces a belief in Christ and a devotion to God, family and country.
- Our community stewardship distinguishes itself by a bold spirit of leadership, innovation, creative partnerships, a desire for collaborative partnership, and collaborative solutions to community challenges as they relate to at-risk teens and their families.
Referrals for the 2019-20 program year are accepted January 1 - February 28. This referral form should be completed by a parent, guardian, church pastor, or school contact, who is referring a young boy or girl (age 11-13) currently in 5th, 6th, or 7th grade, in need of early intervention.
The teenager you are referring is beginning to have difficulty managing their anger and emotions, struggling to transition into a place of personal responsibility, and lacking respect for others. Characteristics may include, but is not limited to, emotional or behavioral problems, truancy, low academic performance, showing a lack of interest for academics, and expressing a disconnection from the school environment.