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Looking for help for your young teen boy who struggles with serious behavior issues, or needs to disconnect from troublesome friends or online distractions? Consider the short-term program available at Oasis Boys Ranch’s off-the-grid, rustic boys ranch in northwest Wyoming.

Here at the Oasis Boys Ranch ranch for boys, a young boy can live through the challenges and tranquility of God’s Creation, and reset his life values and priorities to become the man God created him to be. In the quiet moments, he’ll discover God’s purpose for his life.

Oasis Boys Ranch’s short-term ranch and wilderness program offers a rustic back-to-basics lifestyle. The ranch for troubled boys helps each boy build character, learn responsibility, and improve his thinking.

The boys ranch and wilderness camp actively pushes the boundaries of each boy’s knowledge and skills. At our ranch for troubled boys, he’ll also learn about ranch management, and embrace the “simple” way of life in off-the-grid base-camp log cabins, and makeshift mountain campsites.

A unique alternative to traditional wilderness and “teen boot camps”, The Oasis Ranch for troubled boys uses natural adventures to heal troubled and wounded young men. During the short-term program, the trained, experienced wilderness and ranch staff provide crucial resources and transforming experiences for each boy that show a better way to live back home.

Because wilderness learning takes them out of their familiar comfort zone, each young boy encounters challenges to what he knows about himself. That’s when our dedicated staff provides him with the knowledge and tools he needs to overcome obstacles in the wilderness, and within himself.

With experiential learning and support from our mentors, your son can heal and improve his emotional, mental, and physical health at Oasis Boys Ranch’s short-term program.

During our 60 to 90-day short-term program, your son will be involved in situations and provided the knowledge to overcome obstacles within himself and back home. And as the healing power of the great outdoors unlocks memories of trauma and brokenness, our team encourages each troubled boy to see who he can become—the man God created him to be!

Don’t commit to a ranch for troubled boys until you’ve considered the benefits of the short-term boys ranch and wilderness learning program at Oasis Boys Ranch. Call today at (307)899-1690 to discern if Oasis Boys Ranch in rural northwest WY is the best choice for your son.

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We believe that the ranch and wilderness activities your son experiences here will educate his mind, strengthen his body, and elevate his spirit in short order before he returns. Please give us a call today! (307)899-1690.

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