Echoing Hope Ranch, established in 2009, formed from the experiences and concern of families striving to ensure happy, productive lives for their now-adolescent and adult loved ones. EHR’s mission is growth, discovery, and lifelong learning in safe and respectful homes and communities for adults and teens with autism and other developmental disabilities. 

Echoing Hope Ranch offers a variety of services and programs for individuals and families such as Community-Based Services (Habilitation and Respite), Day Programs, Employment Services, and Residential Services for adults with autism. Echoing Hope Ranch instills hope that together we will be able to change the lives of countless numbers of people affected by autism by sharing their ideas and methods. 

Based on their goal of collaboration and advocating for adults with autism and other disabilities, they joined the community at the CF Campus as a co-working tenant. While they spend most days on the Ranch in Hereford, Arizona, having an office at CF Campus to perform administrative and outreach work allows Echoing Hope Ranch to, “meet and learn about other nonprofits in Southern Arizona,” says Patty Barritt, office manager.