Falcon Ridge Ranch accepts young women who exhibit emotional and/or behavioral problems that prevent them from functioning adequately in their home or community.

Referrals to our program can be initiated by parents, educational consultants, psychiatrists, or other mental health professionals.  Young women are accepted only after a thorough evaluation is performed to assess their needs and determine the most appropriate level of care. Falcon Ridge Ranch does not restrict admission based on race, religion, cultural background.

Admissions Criteria

  • Female adolescents 12-18 years of age
  • History of emotional problems such as low self-esteem, ineffective coping skills, lack of anger management, depression, bi-polar, poor impulse control, or self-destructive behaviors
  • Disorders including attention deficit, attachment, and anxiety
  • Drug/alcohol abuse and/or addiction
  • History of educational problems such as poor academic performance, behavioral issues, mild learning disabilities, un-motivated students, or Aspergers disorder
  • History of abuse, adoption, divorce, and trauma
  • History of failed attempts in less restrictive treatment

Exclusionary Criteria

  • History of extreme violence
  • Active psychosis
  • Severe learning disabilities
  • Severe food allergies requiring specialized dietary program
  • Physical or communicative disorders that prohibit full participation in the program

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Adminssion Office

Call Today: (866) 452-8775

Admissions Coordinator

My daughter was a year behind in school and had a learning disability. Everyone at Falcon Ridge helped her develop her inner-strength. Before long, she became successful, and was caught-up in her classes. She is now on the honor roll and loves school. Thank you Falcon RidgeTom P. - Falcon Ridge Parent
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