Being a Houseparent at a Children’s Home Can Provide Family Mission Opportunities Closer to Home Eagle Ranch provides a unique mission opportunity for couples looking to stay close to home and work with troubled youth as houseparents. Houseparents serve as surrogate parents and provide a model for healthy parenting and relationships to at risk youth.
Arianne Hernandez is an introverted teenager. She used to have trouble communicating with her family, and she had a tendency to isolate herself.
Former Publisher of Gwinnett Magazine Joins Eagle Ranch Chestnut Mountain, Ga. – Eagle Ranch, one of Georgia’s largest homes for children in crisis, welcomes a new Director of Development. Kelly Greer will help lead the Ranch’s community outreach and fundraising efforts. Greer joins the Ranch after serving 16 years as the publisher of Gwinnett Magazine.
Eagle Ranch Founder and Executive Director Eddie Staub was featured in an article in U.S. News and World Report.
Public Invited to Tour Facilities, Learn about Opportunities. Campus Features New Barn and Covered Riding Ring to be Used for Equine Therapy. Chestnut Mountain, Ga. – Eagle Ranch, a Christian home for girls and boys in crisis, is hosting its annual Open House from 2-5 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 20. The Ranch staff will provide…
Top Children’s Program Provides Opportunities for Families to Get Needed Help During Critical Year