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Youth Horizons / Residential

It's been an exciting time at Kinloch Price Boys Ranch, we recently reopened up house 4 and are now able to house 28 residents at our facility. We have currently hired 6 new staff and are waiting for the okay from the Fire Marshall to open up our independent living apartments to serve some of our...

Greetings, Each month I feel the need to express my appreciation for the support you continue to give. We continue to work hard in the spirit of collaboration and fellowship at Youth Horizons. We do not take for granted your kindness, but with every act of kindness shown to Youth Horizons, we consider it a blessing...

                                          Joshua M. was a former resident of our Kinloch Price Boys Ranch. Joshua left our program and pursued college and then the Military. He graduated boot camp in June of this year. He kept in touch by writing letters to Earnest and the young men at the ranch. Here is an excerpt from his letters: “I’m...

Recently I have been sending you examples of correspondence from some of the young men who have lived in our residential program.  I share these with you because I think that it helps you to know how to pray along with us for the kids that we are serving. I find it hard to dismiss boys...

Thanks to Gear Up, the boys at the Kinloch Price Boys Ranch heard Wil Haygood speak at Wichita State University last month. Haygood, author of “The Butler – a Witness to History” which was made into a film in 2013, is a former Upward Bound student. The boys appreciated the time with the author. The majority of...

“True progress quietly and persistently moves along without notice.” St. Francis of Assisi Some seasons—more so than others – pass by with easily recognizable milestones. At those times, it’s easy to track progress and growth against the backdrop of changing surroundings. Other seasons are much different. The mountain you are trying to reach seems perpetually out of reach...