White Horse Ranch LLC located at 1601 Wilkie Road in Mooreland, Oklahoma provides local drug and alcohol treatment programs for those struggling with substance abuse. White Horse Ranch LLC provides help for those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Other addiction treatment options include Counseling that help those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction to get the effective treatment that they need.
For those that are seeking affordable drug rehab in Mooreland, Oklahoma, then entering addiction treatment at White Horse Ranch LLC is the right choice. White Horse Ranch LLC generally accepts struggling addicts of most age groups, i.e. 18+ to enroll in their available addiction rehabilitation programs.
White Horse Ranch LLC also takes commonly accepted insurances, i.e. Medicaid, Medicare, Most Insurances, and certain types of payment such as: American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Mastercard, Medicaid, Medicare, Visa. White Horse Ranch LLC can be contacted through their website at www.whitehorseranch.org.
I was sent here when i was in the 7th grade so i was like 15. I only stayed for 2 weeks and man i wanted to stay but i didnt qualify. My mom practically had to drag me out. I was fixing to get my own horse and everything. I enjoyed my time there and still have great memories. And still have pictures from that time.
white horse ranch was the best thing that evr happend to me. when i went there i was 12 yrs and i was a manipulative liar i stole i sent nude pictures and i was running away almost very day. i was VERY angry. i went in and i fought the program, but that did not stop anyone from giving up on me! they all believed me and to this day i am still clean and sobber. i am 13yrs now and i spent 7 months there. but it was worth it. everyone there is loving , kind, and they all believe, white horse ranch is my second home they are my family, and there all rooting for me. the horses are amazing. they show us love and campionionship they show us how we act with that being said i totally recomend white horse ranch for your child uits the best! :) i hope this helped. just remember, theres always hope in the willing
I want to start off by saying that I am employed by the Ranch and have been for 8 years. We have an amazing program, although we are not a fit for every girl referred to our program. We only accept girls who are ready and willing to work treatment, or at least willing to yield and work the program. When girls come in, our goal is to help her deal with deep root issues. When we start diving into these root deep issues, that's when they usually want to run from their problems. Often, girls come in willing at first, then start disturbing the calm therapeutic milieu. A calm therapeutic setting is very important to the healing process of ALL of our clients. If a girl is not being verbally redirected or otherwise calmed, we will call her a ride and she will not complete our program. Everyone has their own opinions and are definitely entitled to them about our services; however, many of these reviews are from entitled previous clients who did not get their way of exactly what they wanted and how they wanted it. So that in itself is very unfortunate, as it might keep a parent or potential client from wanting to participate/place in our program at White Horse. We are the only facility dedicated to girls in the State of Oklahoma with Equine Therapy and we pride ourselves in that because teenage girls are the most DIFFICULT population With which to work. We are Licensed, Certified, and Accrediated by CARF, DHS, and the ODMHSAS. WHR has a Board Certified Psychiatrist whom the girls see once a week. Our girls also see a Pediatrician that does a physical evaluation once the girl is in our program, to oversee any health concerns throughout her stay at WHR. We have a policy of informed consent in relationship to any medications given. As many would say, I am biased to our program, as I am employed here. With that being said parent referrals are always available to speak with reguarding our program. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org requesting info and I will get it to you as requested.
This is an amzazing place! I went there in 2011. I didnt graduate but it was still amazing. Yeah you have to work hard. Thats part of the growing experience. This other girl that reveiwed this place obviously doesnt get the point of hard work to succeed! Tammie smith is the director yeah shes a tough woman but look how far she has come and how hard she has worked to help young girls. I think if you have a troubled girl that needs help, taking care of a horse, group, and private counciling from this place is the best.