Our multi-faceted approach is centered around applying spiritual principles through the 12 steps. We integrate these spiritual principles with taking care of the mind and body. Finally, we build community and character through physical work in an outdoor environment.
We share our property with Ranch House Recovery, our residential facility. We also offer volunteer opportunities to the greater recovery community. Our unique approach treats the whole person, and sets them up with the life skills they need to stay sober.
Below are just a few of the unique therapies that set us apart.
Releasing all mental, physical, and spiritual impurities to embrace sobriety.
As we begin to feel completely clean, we feel free, and become focused on the freedom of staying clean and sober.
Animals release us from addiction’s isolation and safely allow us to reconnect.
By taking a moral responsibility to care for homeless, abused, neglected, and abandoned animals, our residents learn to be responsible, and to love and care again.
A sense of accomplishment, our place in the community, and the satisfaction of hard work.
Our farm is a loving, caring, and fun environment. Young people addicted to drugs and alcohol fear that a sober life means never having fun again. Connecting through work and having fun together expels those fears.
Re-connecting to the world by making a genuine contribution.
Caring for the bees, making a quality product, and selling our product to customers supports self-esteem, life skills, and community connection.
Fitness & Wellness
Exercise helps the body and brain heal faster and reduces anxiety and stress.
Exercise elevates mood, creates a positive relationship with our healthy body, and eventually becomes a good habit that we don’t want to break.
Communities that provide support and responsibility to help us recover from compulsive, damaging behaviors.
Participating in a program that emphasizes personal responsibility helps us work to maintain healthy relationships and sobriety. The 12-steps reinforce sobriety by allowing us to be who we are, but also help us find support in community.