Beartooth Men’s Rehab & Ranch is more than a superb addiction recovery 4- 8 month program that annually has a success rate of 80% of its residents, we also help young men (18-30 years old) coming out of rehab continue their recovery in a safe and healthy environment.
We also help residents with a variety of mental health and behavioral health issues such as chronic depression, bipolar disorder, video gaming addictions, pornography and sexual addictions, as well as criminal behaviors who need continued support after rehab. As a 50,000-acre “working” cattle ranch, Beartooth Men’s Rehab offers young men exposure to a variety of vocation/technical trades skills such as carpentry, welding, heavy equipment operations, mechanics, horsemanship/horse training, and animal husbandry.
Unlike many other residential recovery programs, Beartooth Men’s Rehab Ranch offers a powerful outdoor ranch experience that enables the young man to reconnect with nature, to develop a positive mindset and values, while he continues healing his body, mind and spirit.
Our strength lies in using nature as an instructive tool to teach valuable life and job skills and in providing a transitional living program that will bring out the young man’s talents and natural gifts. A young man discovers a lot about himself when he successfully drives hundreds of cattle on a 3-day cattle drive!
At Beartooth Men’s Rehab Ranch we aspire to equip each young man with the skills he needs to be the true man that God has created him to be by transforming him mentally, physically, and spiritually through a “real-life therapy” environment.
We will support the young man as he heals from his wounds and form him in the forge that is the heart of Christ. Through this process, the young man will re-form his moral consciousness, be taught virtue, work on mending family relationships, and ultimately, become the best version of himself.
“I heard about the powerful challenge of Beartooth Ranch through my parents and friends. By the time I was 19 years old, I had been convicted of three felonies and was sent to prison. I ended up being locked up for about 7-10 years total. It seemed as though every time I got out I was quickly revoked. Alone one morning in my bedroom, I lifted my hands to God and asked him to help me. I was serious about change and ten days later I was a student in the program.”