The Ranch for Kids announced June 6 the dismissal from their program of two male teenagers. The teens, both age 15, snuck out of the Ranch for Kids facility at approximately 12 a.m. on Sunday, June 6. After evading staff and local authorities,
“…A series of tantrums led to hospitalization and pharmaceutical treatment, which led to a rift between McClure and her family, and soon she was on her way to the Ranch for Kids Project near Eureka. This time, she encountered hearty
The Ranch for Kids has been awarded re-licensure from the State of Montana Board of Private Alternative Adolescent Residential & Outdoor Programs. The re-licensure process has been long but has allowed us to build new relationships with the
In this video interview, Wayne Stinson reveals how the Ranch for Kids has helped his family find new hope with their adopted daughter Julia. He credits RFK with saving her life…
By Marita Tolentino-Combs From Lincoln Electric Magazine; March 2007 A respite stop off the bumpy road of life for troubled adopted East European children lies nestled on the slopes of the Whitefish Mountain Range several miles north of Eureka.