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John L.

A Look Inside John’s Graduation from Eagle Ranch Graduation is a special time at Eagle Ranch. Greater than any personal or academic achievement the graduate may have experienced, the most significant accomplishment for a boy or girl is going home. Upon graduation, a child returns home to their family, with the tools, resources and information ...

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Scott Sims

Children and Families

Scott Sims graduated Eagle Ranch in 2007.  Today, he is a successful, up-and-coming shift manager at a local restaurant. He is happily married, has a beautiful nine-month-old baby girl, regularly attends church, and is grateful for the life he has. However, Scott’s life was not always so bright. Adopted by his grandparents when he was two-yea...

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Codi Schutz

Staff

Assistant Counselor, Peace Home Inside Look: Interview with Assistant Counselor Codi Schutz When did you start working at Eagle Ranch? “I got to Eagle Ranch in May 2015, but in college I majored in International Studies. I would have never guessed I would be here, but when I got here, I could tell it was God. This is exactly where I am sup...

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Austin’s Story

Children and Families

My name is Austin and my experience has been great. The houseparents are really nice and the assistant counselors are really easy to build a relationship with and are really nice too. I have learned to handle my consequences better and also learn to take my anger out in better ways. They also have taught me how to be more assertive in communica...

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Christian’s Story

Children and Families

For the almost eight months that I have been at Eagle Ranch, I have been living in the Love Home. My houseparents are Doug and Teresa Smith, and my assistant counselor is Taylor Collins. The experience that I had when I came into the home was a good one. I was greeted by my housemom, Mrs. Teresa, who showed me my room. I realized I would be shar...

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Marcus’ Story

Children and Families

Life here on the Ranch is pretty good. The children at the Ranch are here for things they have done in their lives. The staff members don’t see us as bad people; they see us as great children who are struggling. The environment in the home is very accepting. The houseparents love and care about everyone, and to them, we are family. In the scho...

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