New River Ranch
New River Ranch opened in January 1988. The Ranch was a former Show Horse Ranch, and was donated by Joe and Sandi Lewis. The Ranch exists to provide residential group home care and behavioral health services to children between the ages of 10 and 18 (at of time of admittance). New River Ranch provides a structured environment in which the whole person is treated through discipline, recreation, education, social and character development and spiritual guidance. Psychological, Equine Assisted Therapy and and counseling services are provided. A full array of activities are available, including fishing ponds.
New River Youth Ranch is making a difference in today’s youth, one child at a time. It is located in the mountains of West Virginia and is licensed to care for troubled and neglected young people in a loving and caring environment.
For more information, visit the
New River Ranch website, OR write to New River Youth Ranch, PO Box 178, Fayetteville, WV 25840-0178 OR call 304.574.1058.
Heart of Florida Youth Ranch
Heart of Florida Youth Ranch is a licensed, faith-based child care facility that exists to provide residential group care for dependent, neglected, abused and/or troubled children, adolescents, and youth.
The program seeks to integrate a healthy balance of counseling, a planned group living program, and specialized services for residents who are unable to live in their own home and who, because of their age, problems, or stage of development, can benefit by such a program.
Short-term and long-term care and counseling is provided for children 0 to 18 years of age. School age children are accepted when private or foster care placement is needed. Younger children are also accepted when private or foster care is needed as well as to keep siblings together or in order to keep them with their teenage mother. Youth often enter independent living when they become 18 years old.
To contact the Ranch write to Heart of Florida Youth Ranch, PO Box 336, Citra, FL 32113-0336 OR call 352-595-7100.
North Carolina Children's Home
The Church of God Children’s Home of North Carolina is a private, not-for-profit, Christian agency that provides a positive and safe living environment for hurting, abused, dependent neglected and at-risk children placed privately and by the North Carolina Department of Social Services.
The Home is committed to meeting the needs of hurting children by offering hope and healing to enable them to mature in all areas of their lives, breaking the cycle of pain, and helping them to become productive citizens.
For more information,
visit their website, OR write to Church of God Children’s Home of North Carolina, 3485 Orphanage Circle, Concord, NC 28027-3006; Phone: 704.788.1164; Fax: 704.788.3722; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
South Carolina Home for Children
The South Carolina Church of God Home For Children is committed to providing a wholesome, well-balanced life for every child in its care, and a family structured program that teaches biblical values, morals, and love.
In 2006, the home celebrated 50 years of child care ministry. In June 1969, the home moved to its present location on Highway #417, in Mauldin, South Carolina, which consists of a 25 acre campus: Administrative offices, 3 homes for the children (capacity-40), library, gym, food and clothing stockrooms, superintendent’s home, relief parents home, and an off-house for house parents on their days off.
The Church of God Home is fully licensed by the South Carolina Department of Social Services, and adheres to all interstate placement regulations. No child is denied care and services based on race, religion, ethnic origin, or inability to pay for the services.
To learn more about the home visit their website, OR write to South Carolina Home for Children, PO Box 430, Mauldin, SC 29662-0430, 864.967.8987 office.