Services: Foster Care, Residential Care, Counseling, Teen Maternity or Teen Mother/Baby Program, Educational and Church Workshops, Vocational and Technical Training, Transitional Living Program and Independent Living Program.
Date of Incorporation: 1949
Date Services Began: 1949
COA Accredited 2021
Services: Children’s Homes, Inc. cares for more than 100 children daily in 10 family-style homes in Paragould, Ark., as well as in foster homes in Arkansas and Missouri. Our services include residential education, foster care, kinship care, adoption and post-adoption services. Our programs include a nationally-recognized on-campus academy for learning, equine therapy, 4-H, wilderness therapy, transitional living and parent/guardian training. Children’s Homes, Inc. also owns and operates The Ridge Retreat and Adventure Center, Crowley’s Ridge Youth Camp, the William and Vacle Olive Ranch and the Emmett Smith Memorial Farm.
Date of Incorporation: 1955
Date Services Began: 1955
Executive Director (Spouse): Randy Schow (Janice) (email@example.com)
Assistant Director: Nick Mears
Director of Education: Janice Schow
Office Manager: Darla Geiger
Services: Residential Care for up to 24 children ages 10-18, Individual, Group, and Family Counseling, Cross Fit Program, working farm environment, and on grounds Transitional Schooling to prepare the students to be mainstreamed back to public schools or private Christian School.
Executive Director (Spouse): Jerry Callens, LCSW (Debbie) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ministry Assistant: Donna Brooker (email@example.com)
Caseworkers: Jerry Callens, Kimberly Tang, and Jasmine Pierce
Services: Florida licensed “domestic” Child Placement Agency since 1978. CFS provides birth parent counseling (24/7), maternity services to pregnant women, facilitates adoptive family selection and child placement including relative adoptions. CFS specializes in “newborn” adoptions and works with prospective adoptive families from every state. In addition, the agency provides home studies and post-placement services for Florida families as well as for independent adoptions.
Date of Incorporation: 1978
Date Services Began: 1978
Services: Residential Group Homes on campus to serve children between the ages of 6-18. Single Parents Opting for Christ Program: Parents find themselves alone for many reasons, and faced with struggles which include financial hardship, abuse, domestic violence, abandonment, divorce, or non-involved parent. The mission of this program is to provide single parent families an opportunity to achieve wholeness and stability through a combination of Christian parenting education, counseling, financial management, life coaching, Biblical teaching, and mentoring so families become healthier in all areas of development and economically self-supporting. Other services offered on our campus include: a Christian School for grades K-12, which is full accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, and the National Christian School Association.
Date of Incorporation: 1945
Date Services Began: 1945
Founder, CEO/President: Alan C. Dimmitt, MPA (Alan@LibertyYouthRanch.org) Ext. 201
Director of Finance/Business: Angela J. Dimmitt, CPA
Services: Situated in southwest Florida on a 156 acre beautiful campus (in between Naples and Fort Myers) a residential and educational children’s home for boys and girls (ages 4 through 18) in crisis and in need of hope and healing.
Date of Incorporation: 2003
Date Services Began: 2009
Administrator (Spouse): Nathan Samuel, M.S. (Kimberly) (Nathans@childplace.org)
Director of Services (Spouse): Brian Davis, M.Div. (Jennifer)
Treatment Services Director (Spouse): Melissa Wilson MSW, LCSW (Kyle)
Program Supervisor Clinical Services (Spouse): Melissa Wilson, MSW, LCSW (Kyle)
Clinical Services Psychiatrist (Spouse): Dr. Mashiur Khan, MD (Christina)
Program Supervisor Foster Care & Adoption Services: Jen Fister, MSW (Brian)
In-Home/Community Based Services: Sarah Ash, MSW
DD/ID Campus – Program Director – Dr. Chandra Coles, PsyD
Services:Adoption, Counseling, Foster Care, In-Home and Residential Treatment – Childplace has a 22 acre campus that has 6 cottages for kids that are staffed with 24-hour Resident Youth Workers. Children who are designated CHINS, status offenders, or delinquents needing a residential program to treat a wide-spectrum of emotional, behavioral or academic issues are best served. A second campus was opened in 2016 for boys with developmental/intellectual delays. In the community, we also have licensed foster families. Childplace is also licensed in Indiana and Kentucky as a licensed Child-Placing agency as well as a fully functioning Counseling Center with a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist.
Date of Incorporation: 1966
Date Services Began: 1967
Executive Director: Dr. Irene Gordon (Interim)
Director of Program Services: Vacant
Director of Operations: Vacant
Education Supervisor: Vickie Terhune (Interim Principal)
Services: Residential Treatment in Christian ministry setting for up to 56 children, cared for in seven living units, each with husband/wife houseparent families. Residents attend on-grounds private school, approved by Indiana and Illinois Department of Education for grades 7-12. Individual, group, and family therapy. Independent living services provided through school curriculum.
Date of Incorporation: 1946
Date Services Began: 1956
Executive Director (Spouse): Artrell Harris (Pam) firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Placement (Spouse): Susan K. Timmons (David)
Associated with Christian Family Services of the Midwest, Kansas City, Missouri.
Date of Incorporation: 1981
Date Services Began: 1982
Services: Residential home for girls ages 6 – 18 focused on functional family living in a Christian home setting in 3 on-campus cottages. The primary goal is aimed at the reunification of our girls with their families. Private on-campus school provides residents an alternative school setting with a licensed teacher.
Date of Incorporation: 1946
Date Services Began: 1943
Services: Residential Care, Single Parent Family Ministry, Young Adult Transitional Living, Foster Care, Adoption, Counseling. The mission of Potter Children’s Home is to be a tool in the hands of supporting churches of Christ and individual Christians to deliver God’s justice and mercy to children and families in need.
Date of Incorporation: 1914
Date Services Began: 1914
Services: A residential care home providing a family living environment with Christian husband and wife/houseparents with their family. Serving children ages 6-20 on campus. Providing foster-care support program and hospitality home in Flora, MS to help sustain foster parents and childcare advocates.
Date of Incorporation: 1963
Date Services Began: 1964
Executive Director (Spouse): Jon O’Keefe (Marci) (email@example.com)
Office Manager: Angie Strickland
Therapist: Sheila Beaty
Services: Residential group care for up to 30 children of all ages in three cottages staffed by full time Christian houseparents. Children are provided with independent living skills, tutored to promote educational goals, counseled to gain mental stability, and taught a love for the Lord. Children are referred through private placement, child protective services, and referrals from churches and the community. Christian counseling is offered to the children, their families, and the community.
Director: Pat Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org), his spouse is Mary Lousie Campus Life Director: Sharon Roberson, spouse is Hoyt Development Director: Alicia O’Rear, spouse is Riley
Services: We provide long term residential care to school age children who have been displaced because of neglect, abuse, sickness, poverty, alcohol/drug abuse, parent imprisonment and anything else that would keep them from living at home with their families. We strive to reunite families when possible. Our program is based on Christian teachings, love, stability and guidance.
Date of Incorporation: 1970
Date Services Began: 1970
Executive Director (Spouse): Rod Self (Liz)
Director of Adoptions (Spouse): Patricia Miller (Les)
Director of Public Relations (Spouse): Allen Mann (Resa)
Director of Residential Services (Spouse): Gary Cox (Diane)
Director of Business Operations (Spouse): Aaron Goodman (Lana)
Director of Single Parent Services (Spouse): Bill Marshall (Judy)
Services: Residential Homes, Adoptive Homes, Single Parent Homes.
Date of Incorporation: 1963
Date Services Began: 1954
Services: Hope Harbor is a short-term residential care facility specializing in trauma informed care and focusing on family reconciliation and reunification. Services include an accredited academy, professional counseling, parent training classes, and foster-care services.
Date of Incorporation: 1947
Date Services Began: 1947
Services: Maternity and Adoption Services, and Foster Care. Adoption services include domestic and international for children of all ages, and an Independent Living Program for former female foster youth.
Date of Incorporation: 2000
Date Services Began: 2000
Services: Licensed family-style living care on a 1,500-acre ranch; individual, family, and group counseling; parent coaching and training; professional training for youth workers; transitional living program
Services: Adoptions, Maternity Care, Foster Care, In Home Care, Home Study Preparation, Emergency Domestic Violence Shelter, Court Advocacy Assistance, and Counseling and Related Services in 9 locations in middle Tennessee.
Date of Incorporation: 1966
Date Services Began: 1967
Services: Residential Treatment and Cre, Special Education Services, On-Campus School, Counseling, Social Services, Foster Care, In-home Services, and A & D Treatment Program. Date of Incorporation: 1979 (East Tennessee Christian Services)
Date Services Began: 1979 COA Accredited: October, 2006
Satellite office – North Central
P. O. Box 125
CHAPMANSBORO, TENNESSEE 37035
Arms of Hope is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charity focused on changing the lives of children and families in crisis by providing a loving Christian environment in which they can grow and develop. AOH is located on three campuses, one in Medina, Texas founded in 1958, another in Quinlan, Texas founded in 1924, and one in Duncanville, Texas founded in 2011. AOH has two primary programs, Residential Group Care and Together.
The Residential Group Care Program provides a warm, loving, family-like, Christian environment where children can grow up safe and secure and develop to their full potential. The Together Program focuses on keeping families with no husband or father figure together by providing basic necessities of life in a safe and nurturing atmosphere while helping single mothers obtain an education and vocational training. Both of these programs have helped change countless lives over the past eighty-seven years.
21300 State Hwy 16N
Medina, Texas 78055
Services: Christian Homes & Family Services’ vision is a Christian home for every child. The ministry changes lives and builds Christian families by providing free residential and community maternity care for young women with unplanned pregnancies and simultaneously recruits, screens and prepares Christian couples to adopt. The ministry also recruits, screens and trains Christian couples to provide safe and loving, private home foster care for children who have been abused, abandoned, or neglected and are in temporary custody of the State of Texas. Adopting and fostering couples must be committed to the Lord, committed to their marriage, and committed to their children knowing the love of Jesus, and His plan for their life. To promote adoption as an alternative to abortion, Christian Homes provide free Adoption Option training to pregnancy resource center staffs and others who have contact with birth mothers. Christian Homes also provides post-adoption services. Birth mother and adoption services are offered nation-wide. Foster care is limited to east Texas and west central Texas.
President/CEO (Spouse): Glenn Newberry, M.Ed., LPC, LPC-S (Cheryl) (email@example.com)
Chief Operating Officer (Spouse): David Asbill, M.Ed., LPC-S (Tammy)
Vice President of Children’s Services (Spouse): Harriet Frazier, BS (Ken)
Vice President of Development (Spouse): Lacy Barton (J.J.)
Foster Family Recruitment Specialist (Spouse): Jaclyn Marlatt, BAS (Tom)
Services: 24 hour Residential Group Care, Foster Family Care, Therapeutic Foster Family Care, Services to At-Risk Youth, Family Preservation, Family Counseling, After-Care with children in college and/or trade school.
(From 1960 to 1972, Foster’s Home was under the oversight of Boles Children’s Home in Quinlan, TX.)
Date of Incorporation: 1972
Date Services Began: 1960
Director of Adoption Services (Spouse): Tony Parnell, ACSW, LMSW-ACP (Shelley)
Asst. Director of Adoption Services: JoAnn Phillips, M. Ed.
Services: Residential and Out-Patient Care for expectant mothers, arrangements for medical services, counseling, schooling, outpatient services for those who choose to live at home, adoption and post-adoption services.
Date of Incorporation: 1960
Date Services Began: Maternity Care 1960; Child Placing 1968