Touchstone Ranch Recovery Center is located in the beautiful, rolling hill country of West Central Texas just outside of Dallas/Fort Worth. The ranch environment allows our clients the opportunity to recover from substance use disorder and experience the serenity of a natural ranch setting. Clients will participate in equine therapy; incorporating horses for growth and learning as an experiential modality. Participants learn about themselves and others by participating in activities with the horses and then processing their thoughts, beliefs, behaviors, and patterns. The natural, country atmosphere promotes spiritual growth. The residents receive a thorough education on the disease of chemical dependence, relapse recovery dynamics, concrete relapse prevention planning, and the importance of working a 12 step program. Family members are invited and encouraged to attend our dynamic 3 day experiential Family Program which is truly life-changing.
Touchstone Ranch Recovery Center is a residential treatment program for adults with substance use disorders, or co-occurring substance use and mental disorders. In addition, our program offers safe, compassionate medical detoxification.
One of the 100 Best Towns in America
In 1993, Stephenville was listed as one of “The 100 best small towns in America” in a book compiled by Norman Crampton and published by Prentice Hall. As the Cowboy Capital of the world, it is not uncommon to see a world champion cowboy or musical celebrity around the town.
Touchstone Ranch Recovery Center is located 10 miles south of Stephenville, Texas, off of S US HWY 281, and is situated 70 miles southwest of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Transportation is easily arranged through our staff.
Located in the beautiful, rolling hill country, Touchstone Ranch Recovery Center provides a serene, safe environment for clients to recover in West Central Texas.
Tarleton State University is located in the heart of Stephenville for those clients who desire to pursue higher education while in our Supportive Residential Program. The college is part of the Texas A&M University System.