Four Winds Ranch Recovery Center is a creative, affordable, residential care
option developed specifically for adolescent females.
One of our main goals is to support the individual through the beginning
stages of recovery while also assisting with the development of initial
educational and vocational choices and decisions. The chemically dependent young
person will usually have academic problems and often a poor work ethic. For this
reason, many young recovering people need the support of a structured, long-term
Four Winds Ranch Recovery Center's mission is to provide the highest
level of professional care in the area of alcohol and other drug
dependence including co-occurring disorders to adolescent females ages
14 to 18. Our primary goal and objective is to provide a comprehensive,
holistic, and individualized treatment program designed to maximize the
recovery potential for each young woman who suffers from the disease of
addiction and the life damaging behaviors that accompany the disease.
Our hope for each young woman is to achieve recovery as evidenced by
abstinence from mood altering substances, increased self-awareness,
serenity, spirituality, and a sense of self-worth.
Facility and organizational documents are available upon request.
Our Key Principles
It is our belief that a recovering individual must abstain from all
mood altering chemicals, even those that were not a problem in the past.
New life coping skills
Recovery involves abstinence, "working a program," and learning to live a successful and productive life.
The recovering individual will need assistance in the internalization of focus and structure.
In today's world, education is an important base for success. High
school and college degrees open a wide range of job opportunity.
Integration of information
It's very important for the young person in recovery to be able to use
the information gained in treatment and the 12-Step program. This is a
specific skill development.
it is important for the recovering young person to take responsibility
for personal action. We present the young person with challenges that
allow development of responsibility.
There was a time in the life of each recovering person that he or she
did not know anyone who used. Then there was a time that he or she knew
no one who did not use. To insure recovery, the individual must make
responsible decisions about the people, places, and things in their
It is our belief that our work in recovery should be kept simple and
basic. However, many recovering individuals have issues related to past
trauma that often interfere with ongoing recovery efforts. We have
specially trained staff who can address these issues while remaining
focused on overall recovery.