Who is Good Shepherd Ranch?

We help the next generation choose a better path.

We are a group home for boys age 6 to 18 years old who have experienced abuse or neglect.  We step in to offer them much needed stability and safety.

 Located in north Georgia, we provide a serene and loving homelike environment for our youth.  We believe that every child deserves a chance at a better tomorrow.

How you can help our boys and get involved:

Latest Posts

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Basement Addition – 2015

We are in the process of raising funds to better serve our boys. Our goal is $10,000 so that we can have a tutor room and a family visitation room. These spaces will also be used for individual and group counseling sessions. Click here to be a part and make a $27 difference!


Camp 2015 Update

Our boys had a great time last week at camp in Hudson, FL.  Two of our boys accepted Christ as their personal savior.  They all felt loved and accepted and fully enjoyed their experience.  For some of them, it was their 1st time out of the sate.   Thanks for praying and giving.  A special […]

Foster Care Summer Fun


We have a lot planned for our boys this summer and need your help.  As school ends, our boys will have time on their hands and we want that time to be purposeful and constructive.  We are in need of $1,500 to secure passes and provide life changing activities for our boys.    

Normal Kids + unfortunate circumstances


Brian's Story

He is 12 years old and came to us last year.  His father is in jail for abusing his mother which Brian unfortunately saw first hand.  His mother is trying to get stable but struggles with her own drug use.  Brian has struggled with stability and feeling safe.  He is a part of our family environment where he can feel safe and secure.


Dwayne's Story

He is 16 years old and has been with us for 4 months.  His father is dead from gang violence and his mother is a prostitute addicted to drugs.  Dwayne has struggled with love and acceptance.  We are here to impact his life and help him choose a better path.


Pictures and stories represent typical boys in our care.