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Our Story

Wildflower Mountain Ranch was founded in 2021 when founders Bridget and Jeff Kilgrow decided that the services available for children with mental illness and behavior challenges were not delivering the level of services they wanted; not only for their own adopted children but for the many adoptive and otherwise struggling youth. In their commitment by applying their experience and wisdom to make better programs available, they believe that people can become empowered by their own abilities and gain the confidence to fulfill their potential. They gathered a board of directors with personal understanding and beliefs in changing the community of residential treatment for girls.

"Good women can be wild too."


Meet Our Staff

Pure Professionalism

Our dedicated team of experienced professionals are always on the ball, utilizing their unique skills and passion to move the work of our Women Empowerment Non-Profit Organization forward. We’re always pushing ourselves to stay ahead of the curve and striving to perfect our programs. Meet some of our incredible leaders below.

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Bridget & Jeff Kilgrow

Founders & Directors

Bridget Kilgrow completed her B.S. degree in Communications at Colorado State University. She worked as a certified crisis counselor on a sexual-assault response team in LA County conducting forensic interviews with victimized children. In her real estate career, she has experienced being a top sales agent, and now has a successful new construction and development business, focused on making housing affordable and possible.
Jeff Kilgrow has over thirty years of construction knowledge and experience. He is now an executive consultant at Moore Foundations in Los Angeles California. Bridget and Jeff are adoptive parents and know the joys and pains of raising children with severe mental health disabilities. Together they realize that being parents is the most important role that they will ever have in this life and are committed to applying their experience and wisdom in making better programs available for youth with mental illness.

Bre & Quinn Kilgrow

Administrative Assistant

Bre Kilgrow has been servicing in Utah’s healthcare system for the past 11 years. Starting out as a Behavioral Technician (BT CNA) at Intermountain Healthcare ICU, she then furthered her education to help treat her patients with Mental Illness by earning her Emergency Medical Technician and Massage Therapy licenses. Bre now specializes in trauma releases, somatic emotional releases (SER), athletics, and injury rehabilitation.
Together, Bre and Quinn Kilgrow currently work as project and property managers for Mountain Pacific Group, building homes for low-income housing. They both earned their Real Estate License in 2019 and have been helping people with their futures. Before marriage, Bre and Quinn both grew up with family members plagued by mental illness, expanding their knowledge and experience with crisis management.  With having backgrounds in healthcare, Mental illness, and entrepreneurship, Bre and Quinn look forward to helping society blossom.

Veronica Kasprzak

Clinical Director

Veronica earned her Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Argosy University. She is an independently licensed therapist in three states, including Utah. She has been an active member in the adoption and counseling field, working with adults and youth with a specialty in grief, trauma, and behavior challenges.  She is an adoptive mother who has experienced first hand the challenges that youth can struggle with and has a personal investment in healing. She is trained and certified in Dialectical behavioral Therapy (DBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT), and multiple other modalities.

Mikaela Moreno

Equine Support

Mikaela is a skilled equestrian with over 10+ years of experience in equine health, various
methods of horse training, and equine trade. Through the years she has successfully completed training for over 30 horses. As a former horsemanship competitor, Mikaela has provided coaching to many novice competitors in western discipline. She has provided lessons for over 80 people, teaching them how to safely ride, care for, and maintain their horse. As a vet technician, she aided in various equine medical procedures, under the supervision of licensed veterinarian. Her experience has aided her in providing consultation for clientele of a wide variety of experience levels and has set her apart as a
highly skilled equestrian.

We’re proud to be a group of movers and shakers.

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