Residential Treatment for Boys
Since 1964, Ranch Hope has been providing behavioral healthcare services to adolescent boys at its Alloway Campus in rural Salem County, New Jersey. For referral information through PerformCare, click here.
Residential Treatment for Girls
In 1996, Ranch Hope continued a ministry which began as Nikos Academy and is located just outside Williamstown, New Jersey in Monroe Township. Now known as Victory House, this program is home to 12 teenage girls. For referral information through PerformCare, click here.
Omega Program for Children with Diabetes
Opened in December 2009, the Omega program provides services to youth with both behavioral healthcare and Type 1 or Type 2 diabetic healthcare needs. For referral information through PerformCare the click here.
Special Educational Programs
Education is a focal point of treatment throughout all residential services. Ranch Hope provides a variety of high quality academic options for children through Strang School, a private, special education school for boys & girls; and, the Virtual Academy Alternative School option for non-classified youth.
Virtual Academy Programming
Ranch Hope's newest Alternative School component for non-classified youth. Located on the Alloway Campus, the Virtual Academy can serve up to (12) students.
Alternative Youth Shelter
Since 2004, the Shelter of HOPE has provided a safe environment for girls and boys in crisis.
Outreach Ministry / Summer Day Camps
Summer Day Camps are offered for children from ages 6 to 12. Activities offer opportunities for physical challenges and spiritual challenge growth.
Additional Camp Programs