10 Acre Ranch – Where Men Get Real Recovery
For over 25 years we have been showing men a new way of life. Thousands of men who had lost all hope arrived at 10 Acre and were given the tools of recovery they needed to get sober and stay that way.
Our serene and remote location allows our clinical staff to work closely with the men who come here for treatment. Upon arrival, our clinicians will carefully assess the man’s substance abuse, family, and medical history. With this information, we will create a treatment schedule that addresses his unique background.
After he has completed detox, he will be given clean quarters, excellent food, and plenty of guidance about how to live life sober and really thrive. Many in our staff have had their lives touched by addiction and it makes the environment extremely supportive as we firmly believe that our sobriety is contingent upon helping the newcomer to achieve his.
10 Acre Ranch is well known in the recovery community as the center where many men who felt truly hopeless discovered a new way of life that is more rewarding than they ever imagined possible. Call us today to get a confidential assessment from one of our intake coordinators and have all of your questions answered.
Paying for Treatment:
Almost one year ago, our son, who was near death due to his alcoholism, was admitted into your program. We are so thankful that he made a decision to seek help before it became too late. We are equally thankful for your programs and staff who, in our opinion, actually saved the life of a great young man. Needless to say, our son, too is a very thankful person for having had the opportunity to receive the services of your 10 Acre Ranch.
What a ride! How can I put into words from my heart to all of you at 10 Acre Ranch my appreciation for the effort and unconditional love you have so freely given me.
I am writing to say thanks to all the staff and people who I met at the ranch. I went through treatment in July and August. I am clean and sober today, 1 yr and 11 days. Thank you for starting the best place I could choose to get help. I still use what I learned out there. Your friend in recovery.