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NC Baptist Children’s Homes News

Serving all 100 counties of North Carolina through 19 statewide locations.
WHO ARE THE CHILDREN?

The children who live at Baptist Children’s Homes (BCH) are not strangers. They come to us from your community. They attend schools in your area. They are often your neighbors. In addition to offering care for these precious children, BCH also provides group homes for developmentally disabled adults, services for aging adults and an orphanage in Xela,Guatemala that cares for impoverished children.

 WHY DO CHILDREN COME?

Family Crisis.  Sometimes children come to BCH because of challenges within their family. 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. Far too often, boys and girls suffer abuse, neglect and abandonment at the hands of the adults they have trusted to love and care for them.

 HOW ARE CHILDREN REFERRED?

Do you know a child or family who need help overcoming the challenges they face? 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. A referral can be as simple as a phone call or email.

To refer a child or family, call 1-800-476-3669. You may also send an email to referral@bchfamily.org or visit our webpage at www.bchfamily.org/referral

1. Hayesville:  Home for boys & girls

2. Franklin:  Home for boys and home for Family Care

3. Clyde:  Homes for boys & girls (Transitional Living available)

4. Craig Cottage near Ridgecrest:  Vacation home for residents

5. Lenoir:  Home for teenage mothers (or expecting teens) and their babies

6. Thomasville:  Homes for boys, girls & Family Care  (Transitional Living available)

7. Broadway:  Homes for Family Care

8. Cameron:  Residential wilderness camp aiding boys and their families

9. Aberdeen:  Residential wilderness camp aiding girls and their families

10. Marston: Home for Family Care

11. Pembroke:  Homes for boys, girls & Family Care

12. Kinston:  Homes for boys, girls & Family Care (Transitional Living available)

13. Ahoskie:  Home for Family Care

14. McNeill Cottage at Indian Beach:  Vacation home for residents

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Doors open at 9am

 

Featuring Silent Auction, Fashion Show & Brunch

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2017 Hope In Style

​When: Saturday, August 26th from 9am to Noon

Where:  Greensboro Country Club; 410 Sunset Drive | Greensboro

Schedule of events:

9:00 am – Silent Auction Opens

10:00 am – Children’s Fashion Show & Brunch

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