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The Children's Home Charity Profile
The Children’s Home, Inc. has cared for children, families, and individuals in need for nearly 100 years. With campuses in Winston Salem and Franklin, The Home has served Western North Carolina by being the place “Where Children and Families Matter Most.”
In recent years, The Children’s Home has undergone significant changes, including becoming licensed by the State of North Carolina as a Mental Health Residential Treatment Center. The Home is also licensed as a Mental Health Day Treatment Program and a Child Placing Agency for Family Foster Care and Therapeutic Foster Care. Most recently, The Home officially became a licensed Adoption Agency, specializing in foster-to-adopt placements.
The Children’s Home is accredited by the Council on Accreditation and by the United Methodist Association’s Educational Assessment Guidelines Leading toward Excellence (EAGLE) program.
The Children's Home Volunteer Information
Volunteers at The Children's Home provide diverse services through a variety of roles. There are two categories of volunteers: those who serve within the community, and those more directly linked with on-campus programs.
Community-based volunteers play an important and unique role in The Children's Home program. These volunteers provide services to youth and their families in two ways:
They help in such areas as parenting, tutoring, household budgets, and transportation; They become important role models and mentors for youth and families.
Cottage teams and other staff utilize the time and talents of volunteers in many essential areas of campus life. In addition to working directly with youth, volunteers can provide support in a variety of other roles as well.
The Children's Home Donation Information
The Children's Home has provided care to children and families of western North Carolina for nearly 98 years. Now more than ever, The Children's Home needs your support. Each contribution brings with it the possibility of a better future for each of the children we serve.
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