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Ranch for Kids

Last Update:4/6/2017
Contact:William Sutley
Title:Executive Director
Address:144 Gateway Ave
P.O. Box 116
Rexford, MT 59930
Toll Free:
The Ranch for Kids serves as a bridge of hope and healing for hurting families.

Based in the serene backdrop of Northwestern Montana, our program offers an effective, compassionate treatment program for children of all ages challenged by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and Reactive Attachment Disorder. At The Ranch for Kids, our approach is simple and effective: We work to help kids build new habits and healthier behaviors so they can live successfully in a family and society.

The Ranch for Kids program is based on Christian principles and the values of caring, simplicity, consistency and accountability. These principles, paired with our proven methods, help kids with FASD and RAD learn to build relationship in a safe environment and take responsibility for the choices they make.
Program Description
What are the ages of the children you serve? The ranch serves children up to age 18.

What kind of children does the Ranch benefit?
  • Those who need respite care and/or behaviour modification.
  • Those children needing a referral for new adoptive placements.
  • Children who need help transitioning into adult life or vocational school.
When do you take applications? Applications are processed year round.

Contacting our admission line in no way obligates you to anything.  Our admission process has several steps to ensure your child is a good fit into our program. So feel free to ask questions and get to know us!
Please contact the admissions line.
Adoption/Foster Care
At-Risk Youth
Behavior Health/Therapy
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Mental Health
Counties Serviced
7172 Graham Road, Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN 46250 E-Mail:

As a matter of policy, About Special Kids does not specifically endorse any of the resources contained on our website or in our information packets. Resources are supplied for information purposes only and ASK recommends that families explore all options for assistance before making an informed choice.