Looking for help for your young teen boy in Gallup, New Mexico who struggles with unhealthy behavior issues, or needs a break from troublesome friends or online distractions? Consider the short-term program available at Rocky Mountain Frontier’s off-the-grid, rustic boys ranch in northwest Wyoming.
Here at the Rocky Mountain Frontier ranch for boys, a young boy can encounter the challenges and tranquility of God’s Creation, and amend his life values and priorities to become the man God created him to be in Gallup, New Mexico.
Wilderness learning at Rocky Mountain Frontier’s short-term program offers a rustic ranch lifestyle and back to basics adventure for troubled boys that helps them build character and accept support for useful self-improvement.
The Frontier Christian wilderness camp actively checks the extent of each boy’s knowledge and skills. At our ranch for troubled boys, he’ll also practice 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 bootcamps”, The Frontier ranch for troubled boys uses natural adventures to heal troubled and wounded young men. During the short-termed program, the trained, experienced wilderness and ranch staff provide the crucial resources, and mind-altering experiences for each boy that unveils a better way to live back home in Gallup, New Mexico.
Because our wilderness program is so different than normal life in Gallup, New Mexico, each young boy encounters challenges to what he knows about himself. That’s when our dedicated staff provide 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 Rocky Mountain Frontier’s short-term program.
During our 60 to 90 day short-term program, your son will be introduced to situations and provided the knowledge to overcome obstacles within himself and back home in Gallup, New Mexico. 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 decide on a ranch for troubled boys in Gallup, New Mexico until you’ve considered the benefits of the short-term boys ranch and wilderness learning program at Rocky Mountain Frontier. Call today at (307)899-1690 to find out if Rocky Mountain Frontier in hilly northwest WY is the right program for your son.
More about Ranch for troubled boys from Gallup, New Mexico:
Gallup is a city in McKinley County, New Mexico, United States. The population was 21,678 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of McKinley County.GR
Gallup was founded in 1881 as a railhead for the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. The city was named after David Gallup, a paymaster for the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. It is the most populous city between Albuquerque, New Mexico and Flagstaff, Arizona.
Gallup is sometimes called the “Indian Capital of the World”, for its location in the heart of Native American lands, and the presence of Navajo, Zuni, Hopi and other tribes. One-third of the city’s population has Native American roots. Gallup’s nickname references the huge impact of the Native American cultures found in and around Gallup. However, the city is criticized in the novel Ceremony, authored by the Native American writer Leslie Marmon Silko, for the city’s slums.
Route 66 runs through Gallup, and the town’s name is mentioned in the lyrics to the song, “Route 66”. In 2003, the U.S. and New Mexico Departments of Transportation renumbered US Highway 666, the city’s other major highway, as Route 491, since the number “666” is associated with Satan and Devil worship, and thus it was considered offensive to some people. Some local Navajo felt that the renumbering would prevent the route from being “cursed.”Citation needed
It has close proximity to Native American reservations, and historic lack of economic development in addition to many mine closures in the last century. As a result of these mine closures, Gallup has a large socioeconomic poor population.
The historic El Rancho Hotel & Motel has hosted a numerous array of movie stars including John Wayne, Ronald Reagan, Humphrey Bogart, Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn, Joan Crawford, Kirk Douglas, Doris Day, Gregory Peck and Burt Lancaster. The rugged terrain surrounding Gallup was popular with Hollywood filmmakers during the 1940s and 1950s for the on-location shooting of Westerns. Actors and film crews would stay at the hotel during filming. Films made in Gallup included Billy the Kid (1930), Pursued (1947), The Sea of Grass (1947), Four Faces West (1948), Only the Valiant (1951), Ace in the Hole (1951), Escape from Fort Bravo (1953), A Distant Trumpet (1964) and The Hallelujah Trail (1965).
Gallup was the setting as the center of activity in a 2006 Sci Fi Channel mini-series The Lost Room, starring Peter Krause. Akon filmed a music video in Gallup in 2005. In 1994, parts of the movie Natural Born Killers were filmed in the city.
The city has long opposed racial discrimination against its African-American residents, the majority of whom lived on the city’s West side in the 1940s before the US Civil rights movement took place.Citation needed During World War II, the city fought successfully to prevent 800 Japanese American residents from being placed in wartime internment. A Palestinian community of about 600 persons can be found; they first arrived from Palestine in the 1970s, and are found in the Southwestern arts and jewelry industries.Citation needed
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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 to Gallup, New Mexico. Please give us a call today! (307)899-1690.