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Renewal Ranch, a faith-based addiction recovery program in Conway, announced a new donation of $2.1 million from the Arkansas Opioid Recovery Partnership on Monday. The organization said that this is the largest funding amount in its history, noting that the money is going to be used to help fund the ranch’s newest building endeavor and ministry services.

Residents, families and supporters of Renewal Ranch came together to celebrate the addiction recovery program’s ninth annual Rally for Recovery on July 13. Dinner was served by Phase 1 residents, followed by a round table talk with Phase 2 Supervisor and Renewal Ranch graduate Alvin "Chuckie" Linker.

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Renewal Ranch graduate and current Conway Police Department Officer Joshua Kear, sat down with AY About You Magazine to recall how Renewal Ranch saved him from alcoholism and brought him to a place where he is "intently cognizant of his own health and sobriety."


Renewal Ranch was awarded grant funding by the Arkansas Opioid Recovery Partnership (ARORP) to distribute Naloxone (NARCAN) kits across Faulkner and Perry counties. Over the next year, Renewal Ranch will distribute more than 500 free kits of naloxone across Faulkner and Perry counties. 

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Local golfers and their teams stepped up to the tee as they played to raise money for Renewal Ranch during the 5th annual Kyle Allison Golf Classic, presented by Centennial Bank, on April 24. Click the link below to read more about the events and winnings of the day.


Renewal Ranch recently awarded two Education Endowment Scholarships totaling $5,000 to graduates of its one-year program. Graduates Chase Moser and Chase Chism were each awarded $2,500 to be paid toward their tuition for the fall 2022 semester at Central Baptist College in Conway. Read the article by clicking the link below.


SWAT Team Member, a graduate of Renewal Ranch, is featured in 501 Life Magazine. Pictured at the right are Tom Nelson, Community Bank President at BancorpSouth-Conway (from left); James A. Loy, Executive Director of Renewal Ranch; Elizabeth Jewell, Senior Affordable Housing Analyst of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas; and, David House, Chair of Renewal Ranch Board of Directors. Read the article by clicking the link below.


Photo by Donna Evans Photography

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