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Additional Treatment Resources & Low Income Options

If you have a limited or fixed income, we have prepared a list of lower cost programs (generally $1,200 or less per month). Please contact these programs directly, as we cannot contact them for you or on your behalf.

DISCLAIMER: We have no formal affiliation with any programs listed below. We offer them as helpful suggestions for programs offering quality, low-cost services. We recommend that you do your research and vet them thoroughly before making a decision.

Bethany Christian Services

Christian ministry for pregnant women, age 18+ providing a free residential program for adoption minded women. Bethany supports vulnerable kids and families in the U.S. and around the world, because everyone deserves to be safe, loved, and connected.

Cal Farley's Boys Ranch

Christian residential care for boys and girls who do not have a home or no longer live with their parents. Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch is a residential community open to at-risk children ages 5-18. Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch offers hope and a future for struggling families. Boys Ranch is an entire community built to surround children from across the nation with nurturing support and structure.

Flying H Youth Ranch

The Flying H Youth Ranch is a Christian residential program for troubled teenage high school boys, ages 14-17 years old. Tuition based on a sliding scale. Founded in 1962, the Ranch has served over 2,000 boys and families, emphasizing concern for helping the entire family and encouraging faith in Jesus Christ and the Bible.

French Camp Academy

French Camp Academy, a Christ-centered home and school, exists to serve young people and families for the glory of God. Offering low cost or scholarship to low-income families able to demonstrate financial need. Though their backgrounds are diverse, their students are empowered to thrive emotionally, come alive spiritually, stretch academically, grow physically and mature socially.

Happy Hill Farm

Happy Hill Farm and North Central Texas Academy (NCTA) are here to help children reach their God-given potential. It all begins with a world-class, college-preparatory education at NCTA. Through our unique working farm/campus; spiritual development; and sports, music, and art programs, these precious boys and girls develop strong character and a Christian worldview.

Hill Country Youth Ranch

Hill Country Youth Ranch is a non-profit charitable corporation licensed by the Texas Department of Family/Protective Services to provide long-term therapeutic care for children at all levels of trauma and need. The prospective residents must have a clear desire to change his lifestyle. Two additional campuses: Big Springs Ranch for Children & Enhanced Horizons.

Job Corps

Job Corps is the largest free residential education and job training program for young adults ages 16–24.

Mercy Multiplied

Mercy Multiplied is a nonprofit Christian organization that equips people to live free and stay free through Jesus Christ. Residential program for girls under 18 in Tennessee. National programs for over 18 as well.

Mountain States Children's Home

For boys or girls ages 2-17, though the program houses mostly teens. Sliding scale tuition based on family income, Christian counseling and academics are part of the program. They help families and children who have experienced emotional trauma and behavioral issues, providing a deeper level of care to help children grow and succeed educationally, physically, spiritually and emotionally.

National Guard Youth Challenge

Youth Challenge is an alternative program which offers youth, who have dropped out of school or are not progressing, the opportunity to change their future. Participants looking for a way to succeed outside of a traditional school setting while working to obtain their high school diploma or equivalency. Must be 16-18 years old, a US citizen, and free from use of illegal drugs or substances.

National House of Hope

House of hope is a national system of non-denominational, non-profit treatment organizations with homes dedicated to helping troubled teens between the ages of 13-17. House of Hope provides residential care where teenagers are nourished, protected, healed, and reconciled with their families. Their program offers counseling, academic assistance, and prayer.

Project Patch

Project Patch is a licensed and accredited residential therapy program for boys and girls ages 12-17, run by run by the Seventh Day Adventists denomination. Project Patch provides certified counselors to provide group and individual therapy, accredited academics, and residential care. Sliding scale tuition based on financial need.

Texas Boys Ranch

The residential campus of Texas Boys Ranch is a working ranch of over 400 acres which houses boys and girls in small-group homes. Program enrolls 24 youth, ages 12-17, sliding scale fee based on income. Counseling services, equine assisted psychotherapy, educational support and tutoring, and many recreational activities offered.