She's Crying Out for Help

Who Will Help Her?

196,564 incidents of family violence in Texas, 2016.

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Restoration Ranch TX is a faith-based long-term ranch facility for women in crisis or personal transition.
The program has three stages, which comprise of 12-15 months of holistic care built around Christian principles

**Restoration Ranch TX seeks to provide for female students regardless of ability to pay. Restoration Ranch TX does not discriminate or hold a bias against people of a certain age, race, religion, socio-economic, or educational background.

Current Campaigns

Helping Women in Crisis
Build the Foundation

Build the Foundation

How can you help? Restoration Ranch TX is embarking on an adventure to begin our building campaign for a new location that will allow for safety, stability and first-class ranch setting for women in crisis on 50 + acres in the hills of Central Texas.

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Sponsor a Resident

Sponsor a Resident

Sponsor a Restoration Ranch, TX resident.  Your donation, whether it is a one-time amount or a monthly donation, helps a resident by providing food, housing and so many other things a resident may need during their residency.

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The Need

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Travis County Offenders having drug problems

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Nothing can compare to the job I now hold in women’s ministry. I am so blessed God put me in such a position. I have grown stronger in my walk with Him and deeper in my understanding of just who God is.

Emily

My newfound relationship and trust in God have completely turned my life around. It’s because of programs like this one, that I was able to finally heal from my past and look forward to my future.

Christine

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Texas Blue Bonnets
Why Central Texas Needs Restoration Ranch, TX

Family violence, drug addiction, incarceration, and sex trafficking are prevalent in the Austin, TX area (Travis County and Williamson County) as reported by Travis County, TX  and Williamson County, TX websites.  The combined areas report a population of around 1.7 million people as of 2019 with a combined poverty rate of 20.87%. Travis and Williamson County faces significant community challenges…

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Human Sex Trafficking Almost Claimed My Daughter

by Scott Jenkins (used by permission) When you hear the words “human trafficking,” what comes to mind? Do you understand how terrible it is, but still think to yourself “that’s not something really impacting me personally”? Maybe it is, and you don’t know it because we are not talking about it enough. What I am about to tell you is…

Women in Prison
American Women in Prison

By Diana Heinz Women’s issues abound in today’s society. Working and raising children alone, dating in a cyber world, the glass ceiling, equal pay for equal work, women’s rights, and humanitarian issues, are only a few of the leading topics, in the discussions about things that are important to women today (DuBois & Dumenil, 2005). What seems to be forgotten,…

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Our Leadership

our team

We are blessed to have Leadership at Restoration Ranch, TX comprised of a team who not only contribute to the business and structure of the organization but who truly have a heart for women in crisis.

Jenifer Wakefield

Founder & Executive Director

Fred Erickson

Chairman, Board of Directors

Helen Edwards

Board Member

Pam Williams Rush

Board Member

Kelly McDaniel

Board Member

Bill Bebee

Board Member

Dr. Danny Forshee

Board Member

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