As we overcome the challenges brought on by COVID-19, we, at Janice Faye's Ranch, want to ensure you that we have the at-risk girls participating in the program, their families and the volunteers' best interest at heart. Girls in high-risk situations have probably had their risk factors heightened due to this situation so we realize the program is needed now more than ever. At the Ranch, we teach participants that resiliency is the courage to bounce back amidst adversity and setbacks. It's an opportunity to practice what we preach and invite Jesus into the midst of brokenness.
At the early age of 44, my mom went to be with Jesus after a car accident. One of my sisters was also in the accident and was hospitalized and immobile for six weeks. At that moment, our family's lives forever changed. I was 23 years old and my daughter was three. My sisters and our dad had to learn fast how to cope and live life here on earth without her. Many of you may have had similar or different trauma experiences. Trauma can affect how we deal with relationships. People dealing with trauma are in survival mode yet sometimes that which caused the trauma can also heal it. At the Ranch, at-risk girls are offered hope and healing because we believe hope is for everyone and that includes you. Won't you join us?
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