Who We Serve

The Ranch For Kids Project, Inc., is a not for profit corporation registered in the State of Montana. We are adoptive parents, adoptees, and adults whose lives have been impacted by adoption.

 

Our mission is to provide Christian respite care for "at risk" adoptees who are having trouble adjusting to their new homes in America. We further provide referral and networking services to adoption agencies and child welfare organizations across the U.S.A. We assist parents and agencies in finding services for those adoptees whose adoptions are disrupting. We do not provide any adoption services at this location.

 

We strive to be a bridge of hope and healing between families and children as they transition into lives free of pain, trauma, and abandonment.  We work with children who have suffered prenatal exposure to alcohol, (fetal alcohol spectrum disorders) reactive attachment disorder, trauma, abuse, neglect and post institutionalization with the resulting behavior problems.

 

With specializing in children who have been internationally adopted by American Citizens but take children from all adoption related backgrounds and circumstances and provide respite care for any adopted child, domestic or international.

 

We will provide services and referral resources for children of any age but the average age of the population we serve is 12-18 years old.

 

We serve both male and female students. We do reserve the right to keep a student who entered our program at a younger age to stay on with us contingent upon good behavior and a satisfactory arrangement between staff, parents, and child.

 

Our average daily census is 11-25 students. We have a maximum capacity of 25.