The Richard Roehm Memorial Ranch (RRMR), a subdivision of Orange County Deaf Advocacy Center (OCDAC), A 501 (c) (3) Non-profit public agency.
A self-sustaining residential and training program by and for those with deafness, blindness, and / or autism run and managed by the Orange County Deaf Advocacy Center.
Named after our late founder Richard P. Roehm, the Richard Roehm Memorial Ranch (RRMR) will provide the next level of services necessary in the sensory impaired community (including those with auditory and visual impairments, as well as sensory processing disorder often found in those with autism).
Too often, people with sensory disabilities are turned away from programs that might help them; or worse, there are no programs that can meet their needs. There is a true need for programs and services aimed at the sensory impaired population. Programs like this are called "Independent Living" training programs.
The programs include cooking, housekeeping, garden growing, handyman, feeding and caring of livestock, arts & crafts and training in many more skills.
This project involves a capital campaign to purchase a ranch and/or farm land in the peaceful mountainside, and to provide temporary/long term housing (also known as Group Homes) and extensive rehabilitation training for clients in a therapeutic environment. If you wish to contribute to the Memorial Fund for the RRMR, please let me know, or go to our Go Fund Me site at: https://www.gofundme.com/signranch today.
Your help is greatly appreciated!