Located in Fayette County on a tranquil 22-acre ranch setting, The Ranch of Opportunity offers a peaceful and healthy environment for teenage girls to live, learn, heal and grow during a six to eight month residential treatment program.
Girls are referred by their legal guardian, which may include their parents, Children’s Services agencies, or Juvenile Courts. Because of the unique nature of the Trauma Informed Care program, a national best practice philosophy of care, we have worked with over 40 referral sources throughout the state of Ohio and beyond.
Funding for the Ranch comes from several sources. The county of residence is responsible for paying the room and board portion of the program; educational funding is provided by the girl’s home school district; and medicaid reimbursement covers the medical and clinical services that are provided. We also seek and receive individual and corporate donations to support and enhance the comprehensive programs we provide.
Payment for services
The Ranch of Opportunity is a Title IV-E eligible facility. Room and board expenses are typically funded through a Children’s Services Board, Juvenile Court or Family and Children First Council. In these instances, clinical services are funded by Medicaid. Post Adoption Special Services Subsidy (PASSS) Funds and Private Insurance are also accepted.