Remuda Ranch is marketed as a residential treatment program focusing on various eating disorders. It is located near Wickenburg in Arizona.
The target group is teenage girls and women .
The average stay is 60 days minimum 
The program has two campuses:
They also run a long-term aftercare program called "Remuda Life". This facility is located an hours drive from the Arizona campus .
The Virginia campus closed 2011 
The program use a level system.
- Beginners start on Red level. The teenagers are only allowed to sit while waiting for therapy. They are transported as even walking is considered a privilege .
- The next level is Yellow. The teenagers are allowed to walk to activities and in general there is more freedom 
- The final level is Green. All activities are allowed, even riding horses .
The facility was involved in the production of the documentary "America the Beautiful" 
In the late 1990's the faith based therapy system came under criticism . The facility was later sold to new owners and the points the criticism targeted are maybe changed.
At Tyra Banks TV-show showed how a woman was escorted to the Arizona facility 
- Info: Homepage of the facility
- Info: Dying to be Thin, by John Dickerson, Times Publications
- Info: Collection of articles about Remuda Ranch by the Rick A. Ross Institute
- Forum: Remuda ranch Arizona, a thread on the Fornits Home for Wayward Web Fora
- Forum: NATSAP = ?, a thread on the Fornits Home for Wayward Web Fora
- Forum: "Some" Licensed Schools and Programs, a thread on the Fornits Home for Wayward Web Fora
- Forum: Recovering from An Eating Disorder, a thread based on the Tyra Bank TV-show
- Datasheet at NATSAP
- The Arizona facility on Google maps
- The Virginia facility on Google maps
- The Remuda Life facility on Google maps
- Milford treatment facility to close, Fredericksburg, March 16, 2011
- Remuda Ranch, Wickenburg, AZ, a thread on the Facebook group "Eating Disorder Treatment Center Feedback"
- Do they tube feed you at remuda ranch?, Wiki Answers
- Homepage of the movie
- Therapist's Conduct Draws Fire - Sex-Attack Victim Backed By Board, By Jodie Snyder, The Arizona Republic/March 18, 1996,(Re-print from The Rick A. Ross Institute)
- Diet/Health TV: Tyra enters an eating disorder clinic, Calorielab