We believe that chemical dependence is a serious disease and that abstinence from alcohol and drugs is just the beginning.

Healthy and continuous sobriety requires real change and a transformation in attitude and outlook on life. At Hickory Wind Ranch we care for and nurture our residents as they develop the necessary skills to build a rich, full and balanced sober life. We help them find the courage to change those beliefs and behaviors that no longer fit the person they want to be.


We believe that lasting, emotional sobriety cannot be achieved alone.

At Hickory Wind Ranch you will find a family of individuals committed to a “we” program of recovery and who work together to create a treatment plan and sober living environment conducive to growth, support and accountability. We encourage our alumni to return year after year to celebrate sobriety milestones and to support residents new in their sober journeys. At Hickory Wind Ranch we offer a lifelong extended recovery family and a place where pride and dignity are restored.


We believe that reflection brings clarity and that recovery provides an opportunity for individuals to embrace their own uniqueness through honest self-examination and an inventory and accounting of one’s soul, both liabilities and assets.

At Hickory Wind Ranch, we judge no one. Through compassion and empathy, we open our hearts to each individual’s pain, struggles and disappointments. We share in their spiritual journey to explore and find their infinite potential. In doing so, we encourage each resident to be proactive and accountable for their recovery and to address their challenges by tapping into their inner strengths and resources.


Our mission is devoted to creating a unique and nurturing atmosphere that allows recovering addicts the right to self forgive, be forgiven and realize that “recovery” means a beautiful, humbling journey of self love in sobriety.

We at Hickory Wind Ranch Recovery Community are devoted to each person realizing their gifts to be given and received; clients, staff and the treatment community, alike.