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At Reclaiming Hope, our vision is to make holistic mental health support and high-quality, state-of-the-art therapies available to everyone. We understand how it feels to be ready and desperate for change, but unable to find or afford the therapeutic care needed for lasting healing. We aim to support those who are ready to begin their healing journey and the organizations that provide outstanding care.


Raising resources for transformational mental health care

Reclaiming Hope’s mission is to raise awareness and funds for partner organizations providing high quality mental health care and support services.  


In partnership with our generous donors there are two primary ways we will seek to fulfill this mission: 


  1. We will provide grants to and help grow awareness for board approved organizations that support individuals and families journeying through crisis, trauma, and the healing process. 

  2. We will provide scholarships for individuals and families who need assistance covering the cost of therapy at board approved organizations.


Our organization was founded by families that have experienced firsthand the struggles of being ready and desperate for quality care, but without the resources or access to the care they needed. Reclaiming Hope is dedicated to easing that burden and journeying alongside those in pursuit of healing. Our faith in a redeeming, caring, and loving God inspires us to believe that healing is possible and reclaiming hope can happen together. 

A unique part of our story comes from our inspiration. Every member that helped establish this organization is connected to a special place called The Sanctuary. The Moyes Family moved to Pinedale, Wyoming in 2020 with a dream called "The Sanctuary.” The purpose of The Sanctuary is to provide a state of the art residential trauma therapy center. Our dream is to provide evidence based clinical approaches by state licensed clinicians, with cutting edge experiential modalities in a beautiful setting that cultivates healing for generations to come. Specifically, The Sanctuary will serve up to 32 girls ages 17 and under. This dream is becoming a reality as they are presently in the process of bringing The Sanctuary to fruition. The Moyes' have acquired a beautiful plot of land for The Sanctuary, just 30 minutes north of Pinedale, right next to the Bridger Teton National Forest. They are in their

founding days as they are currently pouring their energy into developing plans for the lodge, establishing organizational policies, and cultivating essential partnerships. Here at RH we know this is a very big dream, and we are thrilled to watch it come to life as one of their partners over these next few years as it shifts from its humble beginning to a fully operational residential treatment center.

The families that established Reclaiming Hope did so inspired by their belief and passion for the mission of The Sanctuary. One blessing of our non-profit status is that we are both required and honored to diversify our giving to our partners beyond The Sanctuary. Currently all of the purposeful partnerships that we support provide services that positively impact and meet needs in Sublette County, Wyoming, the home of The Sanctuary. We are aware that therapeutic treatment and holistic mental health support is a growing need worldwide, and as we continue our work with Reclaiming Hope we want our beginning days to support both the Sanctuary and the partners in our region that are connected to our mission. Our prayer and dream is that this is only the beginning of elevating hope through access to care and support, and that our work will grow beyond what we could ask for or imagine.



Chad Ramage


Chad’s heart has always been to assist people to find healing; physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual.  This passion led Chad into full-time ministry for the past twenty-seven years to the present.  Chad and his wife found a deep calling to help teens and their families find hope and healing in a broken world.  Early on in their ministry, they adopted a life mission that simply stated, “helping to make the ugly beautiful”.  Their heart's passion is to help others to see how beautiful they are in God’s eyes no matter their brokenness inside.  Pastor Chad currently presides in Porterville, CA with his wife and two boys. Chad is the Family Life and Discipleship pastor at the Porterville Church of the Nazarene.


Ralene Clower


For over 20 years Ralene has worked in the regulatory field; there are several laws from the state, federal, and tribal level that her agency has to review, understand, and ensure implementation when necessary. Her most recent work has been with the Tule River Tribe Gaming Commission. Alongside her professional life, she has also served on various boards and committees for organizations that make lasting impact and change on her local community. She is proud to now serve on Reclaiming Hope’s board knowing with confidence that our efforts will change the lives of individuals and families in great need. Ralene currently resides in Porterville, California with her husband and three daughters.

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Bryn Ritchie


Bryn served as an executive pastor at a large church for over 15 years.  He both ministered to hurting people directly, and led teams of staff whose mission was to walk alongside people on their healing journey.  He is passionate about helping the vulnerable and excited about the opportunity to do so as a board member for Reclaiming Hope. Bryn lives in Gilbert, Arizona with his wife Jessica and their four children.  He works as a Senior Business Consultant for Excellerate, LLC.


Beth Denney


Beth has worked in higher education for over 14 years, with the majority of that time mentoring and working alongside young adults as they navigate the uneven terrain of becoming who they are created to be in their world. Grounded in a deep sense of care and curiosity, Beth is passionate about cultivating environments where young people can engage in authentic dialogue with peers and mentors regarding their reflections, questions, and doubts on this unique time of life. This is the good and necessary work of “becoming”, and Beth is here for all of it. Beth lives in San Diego, CA with her husband, Justin, and their loyal steed (aka corgi/lab), Mr. Gus. She serves as the Director of Residential Life at Point Loma Nazarene University.


Amy Elliott

Community Relations Director

Amy is a small business owner in Pinedale, Wyoming.  Her background is full-time church ministry, where she served for 25 years before moving to Wyoming for a new adventure.  Her favorite aspect of ministry has been focused on serving women of all ages, seeing them experience the saving and healing work the Lord delights to accomplish.  Her role as Community Relations Director allows her to be boots on the ground for Reclaiming Hope, looking for ways it can practically bless its neighbors.  She is excited about the opportunities to deepen the connections we have with our Purposeful Partners, and to witness the many ways the Lord will bring about healing in ripple effects for years to come as we continue to grow.


Kayleigh Hofer

Executive Director

Kayleigh leads the organizational efforts for all things Reclaiming Hope. Prior to this venture, Kayleigh served for twelve years in higher education, where her work focused on student success and development. During that time, she had a front row view to the unique challenges facing young adults, and this opened her eyes to the gap between the need for quality therapy and individuals’ ability to cover the cost. She is passionate about RH’s capacity to narrow this gap, especially for the most vulnerable. Kayleigh currently lives in Pinedale, Wyoming with her husband and three boys. Together they are small business owners, operating the Jackalope Motor Lodge; a roadside motel striving to offer a legendary stay.

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Amber Bass

Outreach Director

Amber has a passion for both psychology and the Bible. She has served in church ministry in various ways since she was in middle school: most recently as a Worship & Student Pastor. She also has several years of experience in the field of psychology as an intervention specialist and school-based mental health counselor. She is continuing her education at the University of Wyoming, and pursuing licensure as an LPC. Amber works to spread the story and mission of Reclaiming Hope through our social media platforms and making connections across Wyoming and the United States with facilities, programs, and professionals in the mental health field.


Everyone has VALUE

Everyone deserves ACCESS

Everyone has PURPOSE

Everyone needs HOPE


We create a bridge by partnering with other purposeful organizations and providing HOPE together.

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(307) 264-0277 


PO Box 135

Pinedale, WY 82941

Reclaiming Hope is classified by the IRS as 501(c)(3) public charity organization.  Your tax-deductible donation will directly support individuals & families in need of high quality therapeutic care and board-approved organizations that provide high quality therapeutic care. Thank you for your support!

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