The holiday season is a time to gather with friends, family, and loved ones to celebrate the festive season with eggnog, carols, and Christmas movies. But as our world becomes more connected we’ve begun to pick up different traditions – learning about them on social media, adopting them from other cultures, and keeping them alive within our own families.Read More
The holidays are coming. While they bring with them lots of joy and excitement, for people like me who are kitchen challenged, they also bring in a lot of fear; fear of cooking for company.Read More
A mother brings heart into the home; she gives support, offers comfort, and provides care. Many youth who come to Ranch Ehrlo have lived without knowing the power of a mother’s love or miss it as they travel away from their homes for treatment.
For this reason, among many others, Ranch Ehrlo Society has put emphasis on the importance of having a mother figure in its homes. House mothers are hired to fill a need that they naturally provide. They are the rock of the ‘family’ and the foundation of the home.Read More
Working at Ranch Ehrlo is unlike any other job. You may be trained in one discipline or another, have degrees decorating your walls, and accomplishments tucked under belt but if you’re not committed whole-heartily it won’t work out.
“I don’t care how much education a person has, if they don’t have the heart, they can’t do the job,” said one program manager.Read More
When the Ranch was founded in 1966 it started as a single residential unit for six troubled boys in Pilot Butte. Today, we operate residential, clinical, community, and educational programs across the province.
It’s hard to visualize the growth but we hope this chart can help.Read More