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[caption id="attachment_3222" align="alignleft" width="243"] Rodney and Family[/caption] “Children in father-absent homes are almost four times more likely to be poor. In 2011, 12 percent of children in married-couple families were living in poverty, compared to 44 percent of children in mother-only families.” “Children of single-parent homes are more than twice as likely to commit suicide.” “71% of high...

Autumn’s lengthening days have brought some changes to the Kinloch Price Boys Ranch and its residents. School continues, thriving under a partnership with Valley Center Public Schools. Kristie Hartzler, who taught last school year, has returned this year. She’s joined in the classroom by a para-educator, due to the number and needs of the students. “This allows...

Our last video introduced you to the Coaches Challenge. Make sure you watch it to get all the info. Have you joined a team? Still need to? GO do it as soon as possible. Now, let's talk strategy. You've been challenged to ask five people you know to consider being a mentor. Here's a tool to help you do...

Kinloch Price Boys Ranch residents and staff went to Chicago for a week long mission and service trip in June. Emma Wingert, sophomore at John Brown University, worked as an intern with the mentoring team over the summer. She was an asset in being able to reach out to the girls on the waiting list. The garden...

The Youth Horizons Mentoring team has been holding monthly game and movie nights since the beginning of the year. The fun evenings have provided an opportunity for matches to connect, potential mentors to get involved with the program, and kids on the Waiting List to spend time with caring adults. Christian is a 10-year-old boy on...