Helping One Child at a Time

Jim Crawford is the program supervisor of the Stay Together program for the High Sky Children’s Ranch.

SAN ANGELO – High Sky Children’s Ranch is helping abused children and teaching about family integrity by using programs to help and educate. Jim Crawford, the program supervisor said “The stay together program which is our High Sky Children’s Ranch prevention and intervention program is available to all families with youths 17 and under. All Services are free.” This program is helping youths under 17 years old who are experiencing family conflicts and delinquent behaviors. The Stay Together Program serves 7 counties out of the San Angelo office, which includes: Coke, Concho, Irion, Reagan, Runnels, Sterling, and Tom Green. The number of children helped within the program, last year 2016-2017 was 296. 

They use in-home visits, workshops, a 24-hour crisis intervention, a short-term emergency center, and Universal Child Abuse Prevention Services.  “I would get the information from them, their contact information, name, and phone number, and I would give the referral to one of the staff [one of the consultants], and then we would contact the family.” Crawford Said.  The children in need of help receive services for a three-month period of time.

For more information visit highsky.org

To Contact High Sky Children’s Ranch: 325-947-7233