Our Mission

Hope Ranch is dedicated to empowering women who have been exploited and abused to rise above their circumstances.

Our Message

Through the power of Jesus Christ, survivors can become whole in mind, body, and soul.

Our Methods

Hope Ranch for Women currently offers faith-based equine-assisted learning, mentoring and a residential home so that women can be free and healed from the physical, mental, and spiritual effects of exploitation. We want survivors to experience God’s love and grace in tangible ways, live in the fullness of who God created them to be, and fully integrate and thrive within their community.

Our Home: Hope Ranch for Women is a home surrounded by safety, security, and love.
Our Mentors: Mentors invite survivors into their homes for meals, model healthy relationships, and provide unrelenting support.
Equine Learning: Horses aid us in opening the door for self-awareness, trust, learning, and spiritual growth.
Our Home: Hope Ranch for Women is a home surrounded by safety, security, and love.
Our Mentors: Mentors invite survivors into their homes for meals, model healthy relationships, and provide unrelenting support.
Equine Learning: Horses aid us in opening the door for self-awareness, trust, learning, and spiritual growth.

Our Model

Today we are working to tackle the restoration of women who have been exploited, abused, and subjugated by human trafficking. We operate within a model which has been in place for 35 years, used internationally, and is regarded as the most effective model for development of whole people. This model is delivered along eight dimensions of a person’s life.

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Join us August 17th for an evening with keynote speaker Susan Pompeo, addressing the issue of human trafficking from a global perspective from the eyes of the wife of the former Secretary of State.