We have been partnered with Baptist Children’s Homes of North Carolina since 2009. They provide programs and services for children of all ages, teen mothers, single mothers and their children, developmentally disabled adults as well as frail and aging adults.
It is their goal to share hope and change lives by providing the highest quality of Christian services to children, adults, and families in a caring culture of measurable excellence.
From their Website:
We provide programs and services for children of all ages, teen mothers, single mothers and their children, developmentally disabled adults as well as frail and aging adults.
We offer a variety of programs and services to meet the needs of children, families and adults. Learn more at ‘HOW WE HELP’.
• Residential Care
• Emergency Care
• Transitional Living
• Teen Mother and Baby Residential Care
• Residential Wilderness Camping
• Family Care for Single Mothers and their children
• Family Foster Care
• Developmental Disabilities Ministry (DDM)
• Weekday Education
• North Carolina Baptist Aging Ministry (NCBAM)
The children who live at Baptist Children’s Homes are not strangers. They come to us from your community. They attend schools in your area. You pass them in the store. They are your neighbors. And they need your help.
FAMILY CRISIS. . . Sometimes children come to Baptist Children’s Homes due to family challenges. We have the privilege of working with children and their families to help them overcome the specific issues that threaten to tear the family apart.
ABUSE. . .Children also come because the adults in their lives have let them down. Precious boys and girls suffer abuse, neglect, and abandonment often at the hands of the adults they have trusted to love and care for them.
Do you know a child or family who needs help? Is there a family living in your neighborhood or attending your church desperate to overcome the challenges threatening to tear them apart? A referral to Baptist Children’s Homes is not difficult or risky and it can be made by anyone. Children and families are referred by themselves, departments of social services, pastors, educators, juvenile services, concerned friends, and family members. It can be as simple as a phone call or email.
To refer a child or family by phone, 1-800-476-3669. You may also send an email to [email protected] or visit our webpage at www.bchfamily.org/referral
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