The primary goals of Hope Remains Youth Ranch are to re-educate our youth, their families and individuals. To instill good moral values, to provide guidance, and to help those that we serve to structure a life worth living.
Through the Hope Remains Youth Ranch program, we want those that we serve to gain a new sense of confidence, responsibility, accountability, sensitivity to others, and discipline in their conduct.
How does the Hope Remains Youth Ranch program accomplish it’s goals?
When we think of a ranch, we often envision animals like horses, dogs, chickens, and so forth. We might also think of grassy pastureland and a garden. Hope Remains Youth Ranch is such a ranch. Those that we serve on the ranch learn how to work with animals as well as perform various farm chores. These chores can range from fence-building and bush-hogging to constructing buildings and caring properly for the animals.
Additionally, Christian counseling, Bible studies, and educational classes (in life skills, character education, and job skills) are offered as well. This instruction ensures that the youth and their families and individuals receive the training needed to make a better life for themselves and become model citizens for their communities.