Millington (Boy's Ranch)
What age boys live at the Boys Ranch?
Boys must be going into the 6th grade and can stay until graduation from high school and/or college.
Is the Boys Ranch a working ranch?
Yes, presently the Boys Ranch has one of West Tennessee's largest herd of registered Polled Hereford cattle. Along with the cattle, the boys care for horses, chickens, rabbits, llamas and sheep.
Where do the children attend school?
The boys attend local schools.
What is the therapy approach for the boys?
Therapy includes a mixture of work and animal therapy, a structured environment, daily chores and the daily influence of Christian house parents and staff that complement active participation in local Baptist churches.
What does it cost to have a boy cared for at the Boys Ranch?
TBCH does not charge a fee but does accept modest financial contributions from a child's family or guardian.
TBCH does not accept state or federal funds. Our current budget is funded from contributions from individuals, churches, income from endowments, investment income, bequests from estates and income from beneficial trusts.
How can I contact this location?
Rev. Troy Styers, Campus Director
9224 Quito Road, Millington, TN 38053
Phone: (901) 872-0839
Fax: (901) 872-0729
Directions to the Double “B” Boys Ranch:
I-40: Take Exit 24, following signs toward Highway 385/Millington (This exits at the same place as Exit 25, so watch signs carefully). Highway 385 (Paul Barrett Parkway) to Highway 51. Exit off to the right, heading north on Highway 51. Proceed on Highway 51 to Wilkinsville Road and turn left. Proceed to 4-way stop and turn left on West Union Road. Proceed to 4-way stop, turn right on Quito Road. The entrance to the Ranch is on the right, approximately one mile, directly across from Kerr Road.