Phone call from family. An initial assessment (Student Profile) is done to determine, in general, if the proposed resident meets the entrance criteria.
Upon receiving a completed Student Profile, it is reviewed here to determine if the needs of the prospective resident match-up well with what we have to offer as a program.
This review evaluates the presented needs from an educational, behavioral, emotional, and social, aspect.
As a follow-up to reviewing the Student Profile, a telephone interview is conducted, where clarification and further discussion takes place in order to explore, in greater detail, the circumstances and events leading up to requesting placement. It is at the conclusion of this interview that a decision is made as to whether the family will be accepted into the program. If it is apparent that the needs and our program are not a good match-up, a referral will be made to help find a program that better addresses the needs of the family.
New Horizons Boys Ranch is not equipped to take students with tendencies toward suicide, or who have a history of arson, violent behavior, or perpetrating sexual abuse.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact Rosie Harrell – Admissions Director or Tom Harrell, Program Director. Because of the nature of our program, we do not arrange tours or visits until we have progressed through the above stated process.
An incomplete application package will delay the process. Please be sure to include all requested information.
Once accepted the Enrollment Agreement / Financial Policy may be completed and submitted to our office.
New Horizons Boys Ranch is able to provide its services at a cost lower than most programs of this type.
The following explains our enrollment, financial, and insurance policies:
Enrollment and Financial Arrangements:
All insurance coverage is the responsibility of parents. Some insurance plans will cover the counseling portion of treatment. Check with your carrier as to your coverage.
Resident clothing needs are provided by their family.
All residents travel expenses to and from the Ranch must be covered by the family.
Payment is due and payable at the first of each month and becomes delinquent if not received by the 20th.
Accounts that are delinquent for more than 60 days will be grounds for releasing your son/daughter from the program. If financial difficulties occur please communicate this to our Billing Department at 406-889-5995.
Please contact our admissions office at 406-889-5995 for tuition information.
After we have talked on the phone and our program appears to be a good fit for your son, download and thoroughly complete the following forms (PDF format – click to open or right click to download):
(Click the link below for a DOC or PDF that opens in a different screen)
"My 14 year old son, Tyler, had been free falling for a mere 5 months into deep rebellion after getting into a bad crowd and there was nothing that I, or anyone else my son loved and used to listen to, could do to help him. My husband, Tyler and"
"We tried counselors and medication but nothing seemed to be helping. Through the grace of God we found New Horizon Youth Ranch. Right from the first phone call we had a connection. Within the first few months we saw a remarkable change in attitude and behavior. We feel New Horizon’s"
"Praise the Lord for this program!!! I was BLOWN AWAY by Trevor this past weekend! He was polite, respectful, patient, loving, etc. I could see a real improvement in his attitude and behavior! The most INCREDIBLE part, though, was his obvious knowledge of and love for the Lord! Thank you"
"This letter is to express our gratitude for the investment you made in our son’s life over the past year. He has grown tremendously towards being a good young man and you all certainly helped put his life back on course. He really misses you guys and I’m sure he"
"Kathy and I wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you for the good work your are doing with Michael. We love our son very much and want him to have the best help available. We feel that has been accomplished by having him under your care and supervision."
"It is nothing short of a miracle that we found this wonderful place to help our child through this difficult season of life. New Horizons manages to weave the “work”–the chores, behavior modification, counseling, and schoolwork–with an abundance of nurture and fun. Our family is blown away by our child’s"
"I wanted to drop you a quick note of encouragement and to acknowledge the facility, staff and superior care for the kids in your program. It is apparent from the time you walk onto the campus that it is a special place with extra special people working there for the right"
"I wanted you to know how much I love and appreciate you. Through the power of Jesus, you saved my life. Thank you for helping me with my many problems. You taught me how to master them. I also wanted to thank you for helping me and my mom build"
"While here at New Horizons I have learned alot of things. I’ve learned how to handle my anger, what lying leads to and rebellion. Of all the things I have learned, I have learned about God. Before I came here I knew nothing about God and I am happy I"
"I am very thankful that my parents sent me to New Horizons Boys Ranch. I would have never learned to deal with my problems. I also learned to make the right choice to lead others in the right direction. When I go home I will tell people about Jesus and"
"When I first arrived at New Horizons, I had so much anger inside me. I even looked dark and angry. Since then I have worked through alot of things and during my time there I learned that work for God is not a competition. Everything was a competition to me"
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