We are a nonprofit organization focused on providing respite care for children to families in crisis regardless of financial situations or insurance coverage.
While our goal is to reconcile a child back with their family after they meet program goals, we also have long term options available.
Are you passionate about what we're doing? Let us know! We are always looking for partners, volunteers and employees that share our vision.
Opening target date January 2020.
Capital Campaign Gala
April 26, 2019:
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.
We will have a year-round individual paced academic accredited school using the School of Tomorrow curriculum Pre-12. While this curriculum is Accelerated Christian Education, this design has proven successful for children with special learning disabilities. The year round model gives us time to work through root causes of crises and trauma in therapies and working to instill a love of learning through many hands-on activities and field trips while working academically at the child's level.
Providing several forms of therapy including equine and animal therapy, massage therapy, chiropractic care and a sensory facility.
We will be working with CSU and UNC programs. Offering Financial Freedom classes as well as job programs including: forestry, basic service industry, culinary and an automotive program.
We offer on-site daycare for success of staff and young teen mothers to overcome childcare issues for employment staffed for special needs children as well.
Our facility will have an "Old West" themed fairway housing donations and programs in 500+ square feet buildings including: a music room, library, craft center, painting, and woodworking etc. Looking to incorporate volunteers who are skilled in these areas working with clients.
We aspire to offer a respite care facility for those who are medically challenged and fragile, a short term guardian reprieve, and those with special needs for ages 0-99. We also offer short and long-term stays. This facility will have a sensory room design for those with Autism.
A Housemother will oversee the home with teens attending school on campus, therapy and vocational programs that will help them move towards independent living as they learn to balance being a young parent. Our onsite childcare facility will help in their need.
3000 Sq. Ft. homes with house parents for 8-10 children. There will be 5 homes built in Phase 1 and 5 additional homes planned for Phase 2.
For partial independent living for disabled adults. A case manager will be working with them towards independence and employing them in the community or our ranch according to their gifting.
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