OUR MISSION

To strengthen children, their families, and the community through a Christ-centered residential children’s home.

“As a parent you are not alone. At Heritage Ranch, you will meet and become part of a strong parent support group that advocates for their child’s well-being” – Stephanie

Often times, parents feel like they have run out of options when it comes to coping with a time of severe crisis in their home. Heritage Ranch supports these families by providing a residential program for boys, ages 10 to 18. The boys we serve are often struggling with impulse control, depression, anger, stealing, lying, academic deficits, runaway behavior, and a myriad of other crises. We support them by providing a structured home environment staffed by a husband and wife couple; individual and group counseling, educational support, life skills training, and a biblical foundation. Additionally, our program engages the family by providing family counseling, parental coaching, and the opportunity for the boys to return home every other weekend to practice implementing the skills they are learning at the Ranch. Our primary goal is family reunification and equipping the family with the skills they need for long-term success.

If you feel like Heritage Ranch would be a good fit for your family or a family you know please call our office at (225) 658-1800 to learn more about the admissions process. Heritage Ranch serves families within an 80 mile radius of our campus in Zachary, LA and the admissions process typically takes between 3-4 weeks.

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If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Tara King at the office at 225-658-1800 or tara@hrbr.org

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Heritage Ranch is providing residential care, educational support, and counseling to youth and families in crisis. Every gift makes a huge impact on our program. Please consider clicking on the GIVE button on our home page menu to make a gift today.

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