Pathfinder's Ranch

Pathfinder’s Ranch

Pathfinders Ranch is a residential treatment center in Driftwood, Texas. We serve boys who are currently unable to live in a family setting due to traumatic events in their lives. Often the negative experiences they have endured lead to their inability to manage their behaviors effectively. We provide a structured setting where the boys can participate in skill building programs, change negative behaviors and set their feet on a path to rebuilding their lives.

Treatment
The treatment team consists of therapists who specialize in working with at risk and abused children. We provide a number of effective treatment modalities to address the diverse and unique issues our residents must deal with in their daily lives.
These include:
· Weekly individual psychotherapy
· Weekly group therapies (substance abuse, anger management and sexual issues)
· Family therapy at our facility or through video conferencing
· Scheduled visits for psychiatric services

 

Programs
The Pathfinder Ranch administration treatment team and residents participate in a full schedule of activities and programs to engage the body and stimulate the mind. Our programs help our residents achieve skills, experience and expertise in a variety of areas while allowing them to experience a childhood they never had.
These Include:

· Bachelor Skills Course
· Boy Scouts of America
· Music Program
· 4-H Program
· Culinary Arts Program
· Horse Program
· Organic Gardening
· Skill Shop
· Creative Arts
· Community-Based Role Model Mentoring
· Chapel Services
· Community Outreach
· Social Activities and Outings


University of Texas Charter School
We provide an individualized education for our students at our on-site schools. We maintain small classroom sizes, one-on-one instruction when necessary, and tutoring to ensure our students reach their maximum potential. We strive to instill an intrinsic motivation for the children to learn and fully prepare them to reintegrate into a public school setting.
· TEA certified and highly qualified teachers in each on site school of 10.
· Self-paced curriculum and computer-based instruction (CBI) for credit recovery and learning gaps.
· Special education counselors, inclusion teachers and transition coordinators available for all students
· Electives include strategic reading and math

Availability and admissions

For placements, please forward the child’s common application and most recent psychological evaluation to: richard.urbina@burkecenterforyouth.org.
Our treatment team will review the information to determine whether the child would receive maximum benefit from our program and services. Responses to referrals may take 48 hours. If we do not have availability, acceptance will be based on a first come, first serve basis.

Pathfinders Ranch is unable to accept private pay insurance at this time.